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Old 11-13-2014, 01:10 PM   #1
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Haltech ECU Options For Third Gens and More!!!!!

Now available for $2000.00 installed and tuned!








Supported Models*:
•Camaro V8, 5L & 5.7L 1986-1989 (Injection Type TBI & TPI)
•Firebird V8, 5L & 5.7L 1986-1989 (Injection Type TBI & TPI)
•Corvette V8, 5L & 5.7L 1986-1989 (Injection Type TBI & TPI)
•S10 Pickup 2.5L 1987-1993 (Injection Type TBI & TPI)
•Chevy Truck 4.3L, 5.7L, 5.0, 7.4L 1987-1992 (Injection Type TBI & TPI)
•Chevy Van 4.3L, 5.7L, 5.0, 7.4L 1987-1992 (Injection Type TBI & TPI)



Features:
•Direct plug and play replacement of the OEM ECU, no rewiring necessary
•Uses the cars factory sensors
•Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7 compatible software
•Real time programming, instant hesitation free adjustment while engine is running
•Fully user definable 32 x 32 mapping
•Tuning via Volumetric Efficiency (VE), Injection time or Lambda Correction (MAF)
•Selectable onboard internal MAP sensor rated to 150kPa (up to 1.5 Bar or 22psi boost)
•Wideband “auto tuning” using user definable target AFR table
•USB and CAN Communication Port

Factory Outputs:
•Fuel Injectors
•EST Output
•Fuel Pump
•AC Clutch Relay
•Idle Control
•Torque Converter Clutch
•Thermo Fan
•Check Engine Light

Factory Inputs:
•MAP sensor
•Throttle Position Sensor
•Air Temperature sensor
•Oxygen sensor
•Coolant Temperature sensor
•Vehicle Speed Sensor
•4th Gear / Transmission over-temp
•A/C Request
•Park / Neutral Switch

Expansion I/O*: *Optional auxiliary harness available Haltech Part # HT040003
•4 x Analogue Voltage inputs
•4 x Digital Pulsed Outputs

Miscellaneous:
•Data Logging: 448Kb of onboard data logging, Storage for approx 40 minutes at10 logs per seconds, 6 channels of data, Max 20 channels logging capability
•Tune can be password protected in software
•Rugged anodized aluminum casing

Power Requirements:
•Source: 8.6 to 16.5 Volts DC
•Consumption: 530mA @ 12Volts DC

Physical Specifications:
•Length: 154mm (174mm with MAP nipple)
•Width: 158mm
•Height: 42mm

Weight:
•680g (1.5 lb)

Platinum Sport GM Kit Includes:
•Sport GM ECU
•USB Cable
•Programming Software CD
•Quick Start Guide
•Instruction Manual (on CD)
•Haltech Sticker

*Memorandum on Haltech Sport GM Applications:
The Haltech platinum sport GM has many applications on early GM fuel injected vehicles from 1985 through until the mid 1990's. The sport GM carries the same connector as GM's popular 1227165 ECU (there are a number of other GM ECU's that also carry this connector including but not limited to, 1227303, 1227747, 1227752, 1227170, 1228746, 16198259, 16198445, 16087373, 16198259). There may be many further applications of the Sport GM ECU that are not listed above so this list is not to be considered as comprehensive it is merely a guide for reference.

Sport GM should plug directly into all of these vehicles and work correctly, it is worth noting that the Haltech Sport GM ECU does not require the cold start injector, canister purge solenoid, EGR valve, SES light, AC pressure switch nor the Mass Airflow Meter to operate. Elimination of these standard GM components makes for a cleaner installation however it may also conflict with local vehicle emissions legislation that require some or all of these parts to be installed. For installation onto hot rod and individually constructed vehicles replacement wiring harnesses with these wires already removed are available from various vendors such as www.fuelinjectionconnection.com.

The Haltech Sport GM ECU is not capable of controlling electronically programmed transmissions such as the 4L60E or the 4L80E, it is however capable of controlling the torque converter lockup on transmissions such as the 700R (later name the 4L60, do not confuse this with the previously mentioned 4L60E, the E at the end designates that the transmission has an electronically controlled shift points – the Haltech Sport GM is not designed to control these electronically controlled transmissions). Transmissions such as the THM400 (Turbo 400) and all manual transmissions require no electronics and are therefore also compatible with the Haltech Sport GM.


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Old 11-14-2014, 06:35 AM   #2
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Sounds like an awesome set up.
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Old 11-14-2014, 07:54 AM   #3
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Sweet!

Now we can see some high HP TPI builds without any sort of tuning compromises. Although the factory TPI is useless - would be perfect for a MiniRam or other intake.
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Old 11-14-2014, 02:18 PM   #4
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I could of used that on the convertible....about 6 months too late
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where was this when I had my tpi???????????
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Old 11-15-2014, 09:49 PM   #6
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where was this when I had my tpi???????????
While this is a new offering, there was always an aftermarket option for TPI cars - DFI had a system in the 90's that worked extremely well and some really fast cars ran it like nobody's business.

Of course today, TPI is even more beaten down than the 4th gens with LT1 motors in the aftermarket - this is a good thing!
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