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Haltech Ps 2000 Vs Pro Plug In


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Hi Guys, Just looking for some feedback on this. Is the PS2000 with the patch loom kit worth the extra cost over the Pro Plug In? I`m not 100% clear on the differences between the 2. All I see is a different number of I/O, different on board map sensor, and some features such as nitrous switching.

How do these differences translate to the real world for an R32, Rb26, drag and autocross application?

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Hi Guys, Just looking for some feedback on this. Is the PS2000 with the patch loom kit worth the extra cost over the Pro Plug In? I`m not 100% clear on the differences between the 2. All I see is a different number of I/O, different on board map sensor, and some features such as nitrous switching.

How do these differences translate to the real world for an R32, Rb26, drag and autocross application?

Unless you really want to get into wiring (like I did) get a plug in (has additional outputs/inputs from a separate plug).

Solid ecu, you won't look back.

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have pro plug in.

awesome ecu.

has alot of expansion features.

I believe better for the car then the ps2000.

but, if swappin it to another car later, ps2000 is probably a little easier on that front.

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The new plug in comes with an extra input via the auxiliary plug, dpi, which is required for flex fuel. Good thing.

There are a few extra avi and outputs via the aux loom without resorting to the I/O expansion box. So basically if your happy to use mostly the standard sensors with a few after thought I/O then plug in will be fine, so afr, run larger map sensor( over 2.5 bar), log external knock box, boost control through the haltech etc. all this is possible throught the plug in, if you are going to step up further with more logging then go the 2000

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Dont buy a haltech! Look at the failure rates/issues on here lately. . Be crazy to buy 1! I can show you a viseo that will also change your mind ;)

Really? In interested to know more, I own one and it seems great, a mate has the ps2000, that seems like a good thing also.

If you were choosing your ecu, talk to who will tune the car for you, they will have a preference.

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wouldn't happen to be a cetain1/2 jz in a BMW ur referring too?? haha

Dont buy a haltech! Look at the failure rates/issues on here lately. . Be crazy to buy 1! I can show you a viseo that will also change your mind ;)

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Dont buy a haltech! Look at the failure rates/issues on here lately. . Be crazy to buy 1! I can show you a viseo that will also change your mind ;)

Haltech are a big company with 28 people employed doing nothing but improving their existing products and coming up with new ones. If there is an issue with their ECU's, they will help get it sorted.

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