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post #1 of 10 Old 03-26-2010, 12:04 PM Thread Starter
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Cool torbo timer

thinking bout puttin a turbo timer in. can a use any one? like hks apexi etc?


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You could use an HKS or APEXi, but you'd have to do the wiring manually as they don't sell plug in kits for these trucks. Shouldn't be too hard. I wired in my HKS to my Eagle Talon without the adapter kit.
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What are the costs on these timers?

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Depends on which ones you get. But they can range anywhere from $200-500 depending on options. The HKS i have in my Talon displays rpm (with shift point warnings), speed, voltage, o2 sensor readings, and can even do basic VSS based 0-100km/h and 0-200km/h functions along with 1/4 mile estimates.
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just wait a few mins for the turbo too cool down it doesnt take tht long and dont waste ur money just my .02

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ya but turbo timers arent to expensive and alot of the time i dont have time to wait


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Well i just c it as i could spend my money on other stuff i dont mind waiting for a min if tht my turbo doesnt take tht long to cool down but hey its wutevr

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It all depends on how long you use the timer. On my Talon I use the auto function on my HKS that monitors the engine's rpms over the last couple of minutes worth of driving to determine how long it should idle for. It can range anywhere from 30 seconds to 2 minutes depending on how hard I was driving. I like to be able to lock the vehicle and go do my business while it handles the cooling.
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