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Haltech Update: Intro

Some of y'all know that my '87 Mazda RX-7 Turbo II has been an unfinished "project car" for about 14 years. Now I'm finally to the point where I can start making progress on finishing it. Most of that progress is going to be focused around the engine management system that I chose, a Haltech Elite 1500. So I'm going to start doing little updates as I make progress. Probably only my car friends will be interested and I am open to opinions and ideas. First one is today: here's the Haltech (with un-terminated harness) on a board. It's powered from a 12v power supply and the laptop isn't hooked up in this pic. I'm using this setup to test as many of the inputs and outputs as I can before I start building the harness into the car. So far I've tested the DBW throttle body and pedal, air and coolant temperature sensors and the Haltech wideband (over CAN bus).

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