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The Motec unit costs about $3500 (US), pricey for sure. But it has about 30min on board data logging. 4 digital and 2 analog inputs. We used it for traction control, and launch control, and using Motorolla data modems we had telemetry. Being blunt the Motec is a pain in the ass to get intially configured, each sensor has to be configured. MAP, throttle, temperature, etc. BUT, you can use any type/make of sensor you want, you don't have to buy specific sensors calibrated to Haltec or Electromotive units. Once calibrated the Motec is rock solid, our previous Haltech F9 unit would not compensate for for weather and altitude changes very well. I always seemed to be "retuning" the Haltechs. If you are going to keep your F3, or Race it like Rick does his turbo GXSR, then the Motec is a good investment. With it's flexibility: from on board flash memory to sensor calibration to being able to trim fuel and ignition maps for individual cylinders. ABNZX9@aol.com wrote: > How was the Motec unit to set up?What about the cost?The Motec seems to be > quite a bit higher in cost then the Electromotive or the Haltech ECUs. > What throttle bodies did you use?