Both excited and nervous about working with a completely different system. I know its a piece of cake for many here, but I've never touched MS before. Hopefully its not going to be a nightmare like the adaptronic was when we first got them due to them being SO new and no one else having them.
Seriously man,for me sitting here in Africa,youre build is a inspiration and I LOVE the way it looks under the hood,and glad to see it holdin together at that pressure,think you will have something reliable
I would really like to ask you a few qeustions on how to and what to choose in the future for my build,since you look like a mr.Heffner with miatas
AWESOME BUILD,AND IT LOOKS SWEETER THAN KATE BECKINSALE!
/\ THAT, is an excellent proposal. I will absolutely take you up on that when the time comes. Thank you sir
Also minor update:
Developed a small water pump leak (as described in another thread) and had to pull the pump again Re-did everything this time with a thin layer of sealant on the gaskets and all is well again.
This DIYPNP is great. So far I've spent less than an hour of actually fiddling with it and already my startup and warmup are on par with the Adaptronic. With a little more fine tuning they'll be perfect.
Everything else about it is great too: easy to use, tons and tons of threads and documentation that is easily found and accessible making my life easy
So far I am 100% satisfied with this ecu and doubt I'll be switching to anything else.
The Adaptronic was good. This unit is GREAT.