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  1. -yes ill go with this option, save some wiring in the bay, cheers mate, let me know
  2. Hey guys, new to the link ECU, (finally sold my haltech gear and changed to link after multiple rocker arms fails) in the process of installing, I was told i could use all my haltech MAP, IAT, WIDEBAND, RACEPACK DASH etc.. with this ECU (s15 link plug in). i also have the eflex sensor, oil temp sensor, and was hoping to install oil pressue as well It seems the MAP sensor needs to be into An volt 3, can this be wired into the header pin old AFM wiring? or it seems to be needed to get the expansion harness, or is all is needed is to run a boost line off the manifold to the fitting inside? it was written as "wired" in point 4.1.1 (1) of manual, obviously this would be the easiest way if i just need to plug a vac line in. im guessing i would need the expansion cable loom as well, I assigned the following for it. EX.3- DI6- eflex (haltech say it needs a DPI? should this work ok) EX4- DI7- spare EX5-An V5- WB ch1 An input to ECU or is it easier to try convert the CAN haltech to the CAN link? EX6-An V6- oil pressure? cant find wiring diagram for these EX7-An temp3- IAT EX8- An temp4- Oil temp not sure if i could adapt the link CAN to plug into my CAN BUS from haltech and run the Wideband/Racepac dash all togeather as haltech do? any one tried or is it worth just using the EX5 for the CH input for the wideband. asnd sell my dash and get a link ECU one (dash isn't too important at this stage.). or have any tips thanks Dean
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