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    Haltech GT-R Runs 11.1 @ 124mph in Stock Trim w/Haltech ECU


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    he could have already reached a ten if he had not missed the start...
    So while it is impressive what Haltech did from a technical point of view, one has to realise that all your warranty goes down the drain. Would it be really worth it to most people?
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    is it really still 'stock trim' with a different ecu..
    Quote Originally Posted by henk4 View Post
    he could have already reached a ten if he had not missed the start...
    So while it is impressive what Haltech did from a technical point of view, one has to realise that all your warranty goes down the drain. Would it be really worth it to most people?
    indeed, how much better than stock is it to be worth a loss of warranty?
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    Quote Originally Posted by henk4 View Post
    he could have already reached a ten if he had not missed the start...
    I don't think the RT was taken into account.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockefella View Post
    I don't think the RT was taken into account.
    RT???

    edit: Probably reaction time, but I am not familiar with drag acronyms...
    Last edited by henk4; 08-01-2008 at 01:22 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by henk4 View Post
    RT???

    edit: Probably reaction time, but I am not familiar with drag acronyms...
    Yes, reaction time.. sorry.
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    Is it really all stock? apart from the ecu of course, anyone has any ideia of the HP of the thing? and how about tyres? stock to?

    11.1 is very fast for a 'normal' road car.
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    yes stock in a sense, the fuel maps, ignition and boost have been altered but its a unopened engine with stock ancillaries turbo, exh etc.
    fancy what gains could be had with a decent ECU

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    are we gonna get this for every single tuner? bigger turbo compant runs 9's in GTR.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coolieman1220 View Post
    are we gonna get this for every single tuner? bigger turbo compant runs 9's in GTR.
    and then somebody will get access to the ZR1's ECU and the story continues...
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    Certainly not a new phenonemon tuners have been round for years.
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