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I'm selling my Zeitronix Ethanol Content Analyzer. I only hooked it to make sure it worked, then took it out of the car because I bought a EMS that doesnt need it.

It still has the protective cover on the screen.
I bought it a couple months ago from MAP (http://www.maperformance.com/zeitron...lyzer-eca.html)

It allows you to get a standard 0-5V signal from a GM ethanol content sensor to output into you EMS.

Also lets you see the actual percentage of ethanol in your tank. Skip taking samples at the pump and know real time how much ethanol you are running.

It has red digits. And wiring instructions. More info here http://www.zeitronix...s/ECA/ECA.shtml. I'm active mostly on my350z and have good itrader, etc over there.

150$ obo

 

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Hi Rich
 

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Any pics of it mounted on the car?

I'm selling my Zeitronix Ethanol Content Analyzer. I only hooked it to make sure it worked, then took it out of the car because I bought a EMS that doesnt need it.

It still has the protective cover on the screen.
I bought it a couple months ago from MAP (http://www.maperformance.com/zeitron...lyzer-eca.html)

It allows you to get a standard 0-5V signal from a GM ethanol content sensor to output into you EMS.

Also lets you see the actual percentage of ethanol in your tank. Skip taking samples at the pump and know real time how much ethanol you are running.

It has red digits. And wiring instructions. More info here http://www.zeitronix...s/ECA/ECA.shtml. I'm active mostly on my350z and have good itrader, etc over there.

150$ obo

 

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never even mounted it. I was goin to use it with my haltech, but went with Proefi before I ever ran E85.
 

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You have any links for what sensor is needed or where to buy it? Thanks!
 

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&--#60;p&--#62;[quote name='CrazyMPG' timestamp='1335162517' post='886476'] You have any links for what sensor is needed or where to buy it? Thanks! [/quote]

Compatible with standard OEM sensors used in most flex fuel vehicles (GM part number 12568450 or 12570260)
 
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