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Need info on TEC 3 engine management syst !

Old 11-18-2001, 07:29 PM
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I just heard about this system and was wondering if you guys had any info on it?



I hear that you can just type in the air fuel ratio that you want and it will tune itself?
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Old 11-19-2001, 12:35 PM
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I know that the TEC II has something in the WinTec software that has you type in your engine parameters to get a base map, but it doesn't do it for rotaries.



The TEC II does have a mode where you can type in A/F ratios at all of the various load/rpm points and the ECU will adjust the duty cycles, etc. according to the O2 sensor readings. It's usually not a good idea to run the car in that mode unless you trust your O2 sensor. :sigh:



To me the best feauture of the TEC 3 is the remote coils. The TEC II has the coils built into the ECU. So you have to mount the whole thing under the hood, unless you want 10 ft. spark plug wires.
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Old 11-19-2001, 12:39 PM
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If you download the Wintec 2 software I can send you a map to play with. You can see how that mode works. I was told by somebody who used to work at Electromotive that the main differences between the TEC 2 and TEC 3 will be the remote coils and more aux outputs. Try http://www.electromotive-inc.com/wintec.htm for the software.
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Old 11-19-2001, 08:41 PM
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I downloaded the wintec,can you email me a mapt to play with ?



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So,is this somehting better than haltec.Why did you go with Wolf?
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Old 11-19-2001, 09:09 PM
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Quote from T88 Cwestin RX7, posted on Nov. 19 2001,21:41
I downloaded the wintec,can you email me a mapt to play with ?



[email protected]



So,is this somehting better than haltec.Why did you go with Wolf?


I'll send it on over. I'll tell you why I switched in the e-mail.
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i think he didn't use it cause he tried it on my gtu and my gtu was too powerful for it
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Quote from vosko, posted on Nov. 19 2001,23:04
i think he didn't use it cause he tried it on my gtu and my gtu was too powerful for it


Ah, the magical GTU.
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I have alot of questions for you that I am going to send in a email but this program seems cool,once I finally got it working



One thing,what is kPa? tell me all about it
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Old 11-20-2001, 09:49 AM
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Quote from T88 Cwestin RX7, posted on Nov. 19 2001,23:53
One thing,what is kPa? tell me all about it


That's one of the first questions I had. kPa stands for kilo pascals. 100 kPa=1bar. Check out http://www.megaconverter.com/Mega2/index.html for unit conversion questions.
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