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HAltech fuel management system 1983 L28ET

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I answered your question in your other thread: 

FYI, it's easy to find answers to your questions, as they have been asked and answered hundreds of times the the past.  In a Google search type in the following.

 

1983 280zx crank sensor site:hybridz.org

 

The key is following your search terms with "site:hybridz.org" to restrict the search to Hybridz.org.

 

Good luck and happy searching!

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Haltech Elite 750. One of Health's entry level ECU's, but it is purpose built for 6 cylinder engine. Comes with 6 logic coil drivers and 6 High or Low Z injectors drivers. The Low Z injector drivers are true Peak and Hold drivers. Not the cheaper, slower and less accurate PWM Current limiting drivers found on some popular " Build it yourself " ECU's. 

 

For a single Ignition coil you will need an external power amplifier. 0v to 5v logic level. The Nissan PRW-2 module is a perfect match.  You can find them used for about $10 on E-bay. The Nissan OEM PRW-2 modules are powerful and last forever. Used original Nissan Modules are preferred over Chinea manufactured  crappola.  Like OEM GM LS-2 coils over aftermarket clones. 

 

 

 

 

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Link G4+ Storm is also a good alternative. But the Elite 750 is a very nice ECU.  I've tuned both... which is one reason I'm getting away from tuning a different " Build it yourself " brand. The difference in quality of a " REAL " ECU  is amazing. Haltech and Link just work properly out of the box. Period. 

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Elite 1000 only has 4 Ignition Drivers and 4 Injection drivers. I would go with the Elite 750. It is purpose built for 6 cylinder engine and will do everything you need. 

 

Go to the Haltech Group on FB. Look up Claudio Taverus Peynado  . He used to work for Haltech and has his own shop now. He is a Haltech distributor.

 

 https://www.facebook.com/groups/haltechtuningandtips/

 

https://www.haltech.com/product-overviews/

 

 

 

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You can compare the different Haltech ECU's here: 

 

https://www.haltech.com/product-overviews/

 

They also have Videos and a comparison chart.  The Elite 1000 has a few more advanced I/O features than the Elite 750, but not as many Inj drivers and coil drivers.  The 750 is also cheaper than the 1000 .  There is a trade-off between more features or more drivers. There are comparison Charts at Haltech. You may not need the Launch control, Traction Control or Knock control. ( Since the L28 has no knock sensors ) 

 

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Getting my own Haltech E11 dialed in. Very powerful ECU ( Full Seq Fuel on a V12 and wasted spark with V12 ) ,  but old school. No VE Calculation. Uses Raw Injection Time... which took a bit of head scratching to work out. 

 

But it's all just Mathematical calculations in the end.  Kinda like using DOS... but it works just fine. Think it's an Ozzie thing ( Haltech is Australian based ) as even the latest Hatech's still use Raw Injection Time... plus VE Calculation and Mass Airflow calculation methods of course. Nice to have choice. 

 

Dialed it in by driving the same 100 Mile Loop over and over. Data Logging the whole way. First 200 miles I used a Co-driver, and just worked the Tuning software in Real Time as we drove. After 200 miles, the  Tune was good enough that I could just go Solo and DataLog. After 500 miles of Data Logging , Tune was good enough that I was pulling Cruise AFR at 15.0 to 15.5 ( Getting 30+ MPG ) and 12.5 to 13.5 at WOT ( Normally aspirated ). I've since been playing with fiddly little stuff such as Hot Start enrichment and Cruise AE tip-in values.  Hot and Cold starts are now instant. Way better than stock Nissan ECU ( 75 280Z NA with engine Mods ) . 

 

 Hoping to get on a private Race Teams Dyno soon.   Dyna-Pak Hub dyno soon.  Waiting on a couple of Ford GT's so a Tuner friend can Tune those and then I'll pop the 280Z on the Hub Dyno at the end of the day. Hub Dyno's are so cool. 

 

 

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