Drag racing with Haltech's Elite ECU

Drag racing with Haltech's Elite ECU



Scott goes back to Castle Hill Performance to have a closer look at their turbo LS1 Holden Commodore and explains how the Elite 2500 helps the car get its best time down the quarter mile.

Check out our full feature on this car here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mYywWWFQU2Y




















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