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Old 10-06-2006, 06:26 AM   #1
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Will a Haltech Interceptor work with the OEM ECU?

I have a '01 E46 325i with ASA SK1 Infinitas SC kit installed.

I have tried fitting the Stage 2 Pully with dyno tuning with my exisiting piggyback, the Apexi SAFC II.

All is well with the SAFC II with the Stage 1 but with the smaller pully (Stage 2) i am getting knocking. So i am now after a piggyback with igniction timing.

Has anyone tried to mate the Haltech to the OEM ECU?

Haltech isn't chep so i do not wish to buy and try, to find out later that it won't work.

Any advice would be great!
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Old 10-08-2006, 10:40 PM   #2
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I think your best bet with the Infinitas kit is to ditch all your piggyback engine management and go with a tuned OEM ECU.
Technik can help you with that; just ask about their ASA supercharger tuned ECU and the car should be running perfectly.
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