it doesnt come with any hand held "thingy" the stage 4 has the capability to burn and write base plots and roms. other then that, you can get youself into a stage 2 hondata for around 500. stage 4 around 1,200BoostinGSR said:what fuel management do u guys use?
i heard hondata is great, but it's a standalone which is pretty expensive. how hard is it to maintain and adjust this system?
Cool your jets, little man. If you read my post, it starts out with "if" so it is correct. If you have a Harriba or other five wire type o2 sensor, that's great, they are very accurate. Most of the people on here don't. So, start calling names when I post something incorrect, not when you get your ego dinged because you didn't correctly read my post.nerve69 said:first of all it does not tie into my stock o2 sensor. my stock o2 sensor is sitting on top of my tool box in my garage. my haltech has a wide-band o2 sensor which is extremly accurate
I would rate the Haltech E6 as just slightly better than the DFI gen 7 (hard call, maybe equal) and equal to the Electomotive TEC II in terms of performance. The TEC II comes with coils, which is cool, but the Haltech will work with almost any aftermarket ignition (MSD, etc) which is also cool. So, it really depends on which of the finer points of their design is better suited to what you want to do. Motec is best, but $.oneupster said:I havnt heard a lot about the AEM or Haltech. I would like to know more so if anyone knows, please post!!!!