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    Default Setting up Haltech?

    Does anyone have any experience in instaling a Haltech computer in a BX 16V (Mi16) ? Is the instalation something that most folk can do and then take it to the local dyno guy ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Dunham
    Does anyone have any experience in instaling a Haltech computer in a BX 16V (Mi16) ? Is the instalation something that most folk can do and then take it to the local dyno guy ?

    Chris.
    It's easy if you're handy with a soldering iron and a heat shrink gun. If you can join wires it's easy. The BX and Mi16 ECU looms are almost identical to the Haltech loom so it's relatively straight forward.

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    Peter,

    Can handle the wire joining thing no problem there. How much time/money did you outlay in getting it set up once installed? I'm guessing you would take it to a dyno for the fine tuning?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Dunham
    Peter,

    Can handle the wire joining thing no problem there. How much time/money did you outlay in getting it set up once installed? I'm guessing you would take it to a dyno for the fine tuning?

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    Once installed, just lots of driving to refine the maps. You're welcome to a copy. You'd be wise to confirm the top end on a dyno though.

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