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Selling my Haltech Sprint 500 Stand alone ecu. Has been tuned to run a NA8 1.8L engine with Maruha F cams, maxim work header, and Intake. Tuning was done by Ocean of Chikara Motorsports. Used less than a year, and car has run butter smooth. Switching to Freedom ecu for its VVT and itb capabilties. Im selling EVERYTHING that came with the computer (all the packageing, still in original box). comes with ECU, IAT sensor, wiring loom, tuning cd, usb cable, instuction booklet etc. Lots of knowledge on these computers out there, very easy to tune, can run na, super chargers, and mild boost turbos. wired for 1.8L cars but can get wiring diagram for Haltech to make it run 1.6.

Retails for 1000$, have over 2000$ of dyno time on it (no need for basemap if your running a similer setup).

asking 900$ shipped anywhere in 48 states













 

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honestly. there is no way that the tune on this would be optimum for any other engine. Even an engine that is similiar to yours would certainly not find this tune optimum. Would it work? perhaps, but would it be 100% optimum? NO. Certainly not optimum enough to justify the extra cost over a brand new one.
Im sorry but you cannot try to pass on the expenses that you incurred while tuning that ecu.
 

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its got a good base map for a fairly stock engine, this ecu comes blank when you buy it, so thats alot of work the tuner doesnt have to do. obviously its not going to be optimum, i never said that. im open to offers on price
 
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