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    Emanage ultimate advice needed

    I recently purchased a emanage ultimate for my na t project I was wondering if anyone knew someone who would be able to wire it up or if anyone knew if anyone has got a plug and play harness the want to sell, I just feel uneasy about splicing into the original ecu.

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    you can get a wiring specialties patch harness and splice into those wires. saves your factory loom. Thats what i did. Mine will be up for sale maybe next month when i plug the Link in.

    heres the link to the patch harness - https://www.wiringspecialties.com/2jzseecupaha.html

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    Thanks for that I will get one of them ,

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    I have the above that needs to 2 sides soldering together if interested, 50
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    I might be interested in this I have pm’d you is it pre vvti.

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    Can anyone tell me if this would fit it’s made by Boomslang. https://www.suprastore.com/suecuwihaexf.html

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    thats for the twin turbo mate i'd have a go at wiring it yourself its not that bad when you get into it! failing that i'm sure there are people that can do it.. try asking on the supra NA/T facebook pages too

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    Just wire it straight to the loom, takes 30 minutes. Have some instructions that I found years ago when I wired one in last, check it out here

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    thanks for the link above, is there anyone that can do it on here I will of course pay its just when I see a load of wires I kind of go dyslexic also will it need wiring to the auto box.

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    the 3 connectors for the gte and ge non vvti manuals are the same design so the above suprastore link will work but will probably have some extra cables in there for coils etc that might need to be cut to suit. See this link or pictures below - http://www.supraforums.com.au/forum/...ing-connector/



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    Thanks for that sunny, I did see this on an Australian supra forum and thought that they were virtually identical , I have heard of people putting in the tt auto ecu unit is that really possible i can’t see it working myself but there is a video on YouTube of someone called Meghani motorsports who has done it supposedly.

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    should work - hers the link to the full write up on how to set it up https://www.clublexus.com/forums/sc-...t-ecu-mod.html

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