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its very good, but why spenc the money on that when you can get the AEM standalone, or hondata
 

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RudeLude said:
dont they do the same thing, for about the same price? haltech just looks simpler and easier to use.
It is much harder to use than the Hondata and AEM. They are plug and play, the Haltec isn't.
 

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thats true what dr.drew says. My uncle is trying to get haltec to work on his ecu for his supra. He can't figure it out yet.
 

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You would need Hondata stage 4b, ROM emulator and a PROM programmer all of which is avalible from a Hondata dealer. And of course you will need a laptop to run the software. Check it out at www.Hondata.com The thing is, you only need 2b and to take it somewhere for tuning. It is considerably cheaper to go the second route.
 
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