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Author: Subject: MNR 0049 finally on the road
RogerL

posted on 26/10/15 at 05:45 AM Reply With Quote
MNR 0049 finally on the road

First trip in the mountains.
Ford Zetec 2 L Suzuki throttle bodies Haltech ECU Still tuning map
Gets better with every drive. Have California registration. We can get a smog exemption, 500 per year for state of Ca

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_vf0blWfV0

This is 40 miles south of San Francisco, Ca USA
Now enjoying the fun after fabrication in the garage many nights.

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HowardB

posted on 26/10/15 at 08:22 AM Reply With Quote
Congratulations

Enjoy the weather,.





Howard

Fisher Fury was 2000 Zetec - now a 1600 (it Lives again and goes zoom)

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CosKev3

posted on 26/10/15 at 11:42 AM Reply With Quote
Must be nice to have relaxed road policing to allow you to drive around without front wheels covered and no bonnet fitted!!
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coozer

posted on 26/10/15 at 04:18 PM Reply With Quote
Looks good, where have you hidden the handbrake??





1972 V8 Jago

1980 Z750

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SJ

posted on 26/10/15 at 04:32 PM Reply With Quote
It's not much fun when it isn't raining and cold though. I guess we can't all live in the UK.
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Cobra289

posted on 5/5/20 at 07:44 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by RogerL
First trip in the mountains.
Ford Zetec 2 L Suzuki throttle bodies Haltech ECU Still tuning map
Gets better with every drive. Have California registration. We can get a smog exemption, 500 per year for state of Ca

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_vf0blWfV0

This is 40 miles south of San Francisco, Ca USA
Now enjoying the fun after fabrication in the garage many nights.


I am evaluating the Haltech Elite 750 but I cant find a "Base Map" for the Zetec.
Can you help me?

Thanks in advance.
Carlos (The Netherlands)





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'Improvement' means that you recognize previous mistakes!

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RogerL

posted on 9/5/20 at 09:16 PM Reply With Quote
Haltech Zetec map

I have the Haltech Elite 550.
I had to make my own map.
You can use a generic ford engine map and modify it.
Usually you have to get it tuned on a dyno to set timing.
You can get pretty close on fuel with the AF meter.

I will send you my Haltech map. by e-mail

I upgraded to Jenvey throttle bodies.

Good luck enjoy Roger

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