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    One Datsun always Datsun. 1969 SRL 311 Roadster fully restored. New owner 1973 240Z in restoration.

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  1. Haltech has a separate PDM module or the new Nexus unit is all in one. Really designed for race applications, running different fuels, NOS and boost. Purchased the Elite 750 good fit for a straight 6. Internal MAP sensor, wide band O2 is a separate module. The PDM would be nice for my in-tank fuel pump and injectors but overkill for the amps drawn on my application. Will just replace relays and fuses when they burn.
  2. Understood, my original post to the thread seemed pretty dam relevant to the topic (73 240z relays), folks that aren't reading and just responding take responses off topic and down a rabbit trail.
  3. Hi Zed, Will go through the bylaws on the site. Previously members suggested, search the site, info is here. Was not aware once you found the specific info responding to the thread was not an option? With a new thread started on each search of the site, the redundancy could be overwhelming. Thanks for the info on grounding. All ECU grounds are star grounded to the head.
  4. Hi Dutch, Yes, in the process of converting an NA L28 to a modern EFI system and the old girl is fighting me. No the car is not very special yet :). As many have previously done, adding a ECU (Haltech) and trying to not disrupted the existing harness as much as possible. Only four connection points to the old harness, tach, coil (delete wires), ignition wire and fuel pump. Engine starts, runs with the above wiring completed. What I'm fighting is component or components (relays, terminal) creating RFI noise, not good for the ECU connection. The Haltech CAN display in the d
  5. Hi All, Hope all is well. Have a few relay related questions. 1973 240Z late production. First - My passenger side kick panel relay pic is below. Based on the diagrams in this post, the bottom relay is the Air Conditioner relay. I've removed the AC from the car and all switches. What would cause this idle relay to warm up when the engine is running? Second - Would any of the other three relay create noise? tracking down noise near my ECU, pausing. Third - I disconnected the relay on my firewall next to my grounding plate. I can't locate any info on this relay on this sit
  6. Thank for the info. Will replace. Sorry thought I viewed screens on your ITB's in a previous post.
  7. Hi Duffy, Build looks awesome, great job. Working out ALL kinks on my EFI conversion is where I live right now. Our builds are similar but different. Did you experience any noise or magnetic issues messing with the Haltech 750 ECU connection? Running a single HEI coil, sequential fire distributor. All ignition components are resistor style (plugs and plugs wires) and continuity testing proved within spec. Engine starts and runs perfectly but the ECU will disconnect from the PC after a min or so, engine continues to run fine. I can reconnect while the engine is running, s
  8. Hi Zed, Thanks for the info. Yes, new external regulator install 2019, before the ECU went in, engine was running fine and the same battery was installed, wasn't burning through batteries. Maybe over thinking the reading and 15, not an issue? The voltage does changes when running a will drop into the low 14 to high 13 but will also reach 15 number. I'll check out the VR adjustment and take a look at the wiring at the alternator. Thank you
  9. Hi Zed Head, From the ECU. The Haltech ECU provides a battery voltage non-run and running engine. Metered the battery with engine not running and voltage displayed from the ECU was very accurate, 12.38 volts not running (Optima Red top). When the engine is running the ECU is showing the voltage moving to 14.70 - 15.1 (red screen at 15+) warning for potential battery damage, ECU provide engine warning signals California car, outside air temp is 85-90 degrees when starting.
  10. Hi Steve, Thanks, Haltech CS has been less than helpful. More for the experienced ECU installer and tuner. If they size you up as inexperienced, you're directed to the tech site and on-line support video's. That's ok, my goal is to fully understand the system, wiring and subtle nuances with the L series engine. Better scenario when you find yourself on the side of the road :).
  11. Hello All, Need some help with Haltech Elite 750 ECU install, engine starts and runs well with all the new EFI ignition mods. Two problems have come up that may be related, not sure? First - Has anyone experienced the Haltech ECU disconnecting from the PC after engine start or ignition? Also installed a Haltech CAN gauge in the dash at 200 RPM the gauge freezes and reboots with disconnect of the ECU to PC. So I must have electrical noise at start up? Running NGK R plugs (resistor style), Taylor sprio pro wires (made for ECU applications). Could it be the new HEI coi
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    New / used 123+ Tune distributor for an L24, L28. Less than one year on the engine. Is factory reset for use and the proper oil pump key. Tune functions from your phone and does not impact the functions of your stock tachometer. Can only speak for the 240Z tachometer, no issues, functioned perfectly. Paid over $600.00 delivered, see invoice. $475.00 USPS shipping included to lower 48 only. Converting my engine to EFI, no longer need the distributor.

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  13. View Advert Barely used 123+ tune blue tooth distributor L24, L28 New / used 123+ Tune distributor for an L24, L28. Less than one year on the engine. Is factory reset for use and the proper oil pump key. Tune functions from your phone and does not impact the functions of your stock tachometer. Can only speak for the 240Z tachometer, no issues, functioned perfectly. Paid over $600.00 delivered, see invoice. $475.00 USPS shipping included to lower 48 only. Converting my engine to EFI, no longer need the distributor.
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