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    #31
    I just saw the gear drive output and flange so figured it was not for a car.

    So long as it's only a gyro and not a plane, I'm OK with it

    Dale, I wouldn't put any aftermarket ECU on a flying thing! We all know how we all feel about different manufacturers DIL sockets are used in plenty of vibrating applications. It's just a pin and a spring socket, the same fundamental spring principle that AMP, deutsch and Amphenol all use on the came PCB.
    Jason Broadhurst

    Someone once asked me if they could use my mower. I said "sure, so long as it doesn't leave my yard"

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      #32
      Originally posted by dnegative View Post
      Haltech don't give two fucks about Adaptronic, my brother's one is fucked with software issues and Haltech took 6 weeks to even look at it.
      Where was it posted?
      Jason Broadhurst

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        #33
        Originally posted by Jason Broadhurst View Post
        I just saw the gear drive output and flange so figured it was not for a car.

        So long as it's only a gyro and not a plane, I'm OK with it

        Dale, I wouldn't put any aftermarket ECU on a flying thing! We all know how we all feel about different manufacturers DIL sockets are used in plenty of vibrating applications. It's just a pin and a spring socket, the same fundamental spring principle that AMP, deutsch and Amphenol all use on the came PCB.
        My Spitronics Mercury 2 is chassis filled with resin, all good.

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          #34
          Jason, nothing wrong with flying things, when someone else is doing them..


          I wont comment any more on the reliability of the hardware...Ö..
          im a cunt
          and apparently i dont know shit...

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            #35
            Originally posted by 10sec rx7 View Post
            Jason, nothing wrong with flying things, when someone else is doing them..
            Leave it to the expendable ones.. Bill and Muz
            Jason Broadhurst

            Someone once asked me if they could use my mower. I said "sure, so long as it doesn't leave my yard"

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              #36
              Originally posted by 10sec rx7 View Post
              adaptronic is still its own company, taking 6 weeks has nothing to do with haltech..
              Why did they ask for it to be sent to 17 Durian Place?
              I'll get Foamy to chime in, Haltronic or whoever runs the show have fucked him around massively and the support has been non existent since things changed hands. The money he has burnt paying workshops to fuck around with the thing because of software issues is a poor reflection of the product. Could of bought a Motec from the start and been ahead.

              His wont do triggering for a 4E-FTE properly, first workshop spent ages tying to work it out thinking it was a harness or sensor issue, nope, Adaptonic took it back, 'fixed it' with a special firmware that had it listed as some other engine in the trigger option. Car went to a different workshop later for a re-tune, old mate plugged it, got told the firmware was old and to update, did that and it fucked it again. That was 6 weeks ago, workshop is a Haltech dealer and its been a total fuckup.

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                #37
                adaptronic moved into the same building, all the support staff etc are all the same.. they are probably just snowed under with all the issues..
                im a cunt
                and apparently i dont know shit...

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                  #38
                  Oh, and they want to bill him to fix it again.

                  Shit service, paint it which ever way you want.

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                    #39
                    I donít really care I have no dog in the fight.. I am surprise that they are still around TBH
                    im a cunt
                    and apparently i dont know shit...

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                      #40
                      Is it a 6 week wait to get a Haltech looked at if your a nobody off the street?

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                        #41
                        Under a week to get it back normally
                        im a cunt
                        and apparently i dont know shit...

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                          #42
                          Originally posted by Guido View Post
                          How do you go finding adequate liability insurance if working on aircraft?
                          dont need any .. they are experimental/homebuilt aircraft.
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                            #43
                            That's a more realistic timeframe;
                            Oh well, first thing the tuner is going to do when he gets the ECU back is to see if it works and then try a firmware upgrade - Been invoiced saying they have fixed it so a prompted firmware update shouldn't be an issue.

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                              #44
                              You can't have it both ways. You can't buy out a company then pretend you don't have anything to do with their operation or how they go about dealing with customers. Unless you just give zero fucks about it and plan on running it into the ground (in which case yes Haltech you are doing a fantastic job!). I already know Haltech were the ones dealing with it anyway so it's a moot point.

                              The issue was raised with Haltech, zero fucks were given. Life goes on, people spend their money elsewhere big deal.

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                                #45
                                Originally posted by Gammaboy View Post
                                No lockwiring. WNB.

                                As for DT and DTM, it comes down to size - DTM are "mini"
                                DT - #16 pins (15 amp)
                                DTM - #20 pins (7.5 amp)
                                DTP is bigger - 25 amp pins (#12).

                                Are you back at Grahams?
                                all the nuts you can see on the manifold and turbo etc are conelocks , so no no lockwiring.

                                So i should be fine using the dtm then ? (its just the injectors , coils and isc through these sockets ,and the other sensors etc , the fuel pump will be through a different socket)

                                No not back at Graemes- he subcontracts work to me , stuff their guys cant handle. Still running my own business..
                                If you see behind the engine thats an old lj50 3cylinder 2 stroke im restoring for a customer (its done up like a willy's jeep)
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