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Old 10-20-2014, 02:10 PM   #41
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And I second the fantastic idea of a version 2 that extrudes tiny robotic legs and crawls up in there itself and nestles itself in your car's loins like a parasite,
Make it automatically reinstall my injectors, MAF and stock ECU every 2 years and I'm in.
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How about an ECU bracket that installs in the passenger airbag compartment, for those of us that have deleted the airbags?
Yes, please! (...and a Boomslang w/ 3ft of wires to boot...)

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And so would making a 99+ bracket to mount MS in OEM location considering you can just copy the oem orientation and run a plate or piece of metal or anything you want connecting the two mounts and with like 2-4 holes in the plate to mount the MS.
HORRORS, NO!! The only way I could figure out how to remove the top bolt of the OEM ECU location was after I had removed the dash! I could feel the f**ker, but just couldn't get a wrench on it.
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Also working on adapters for Reverent ECUs to fit our brackets.


I've got a Rev MS3 waiting to go into my '91. This bracket will help me keep things neat and tidy.

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Old 10-20-2014, 03:56 PM   #44
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Yeah if your doing them for rev built units I'm sold! I ended up making my own metal bracket and it works well but it's in sucha tricky position it's a PITA to connect the serial cable to on/off.
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Yeah if your doing them for rev built units I'm sold! I ended up making my own metal bracket and it works well but it's in sucha tricky position it's a PITA to connect the serial cable to on/off.
Just to note here, you have the older-style Enhanced MS2, which is using the MS3x enclosure.
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Old 10-31-2014, 01:15 PM   #46
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Any updates on adapter brackets to fit MS Labs MS3?
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Old 10-31-2014, 06:22 PM   #47
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The adapters for Reverent ECUs are designed and in the queue for production, we should have pieces to test fit beginning of this coming week.

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that's awesome. I have a Rev MS2 (not sure which generation). I'm hoping you've got something that will work for me. Worst case I pop a couple of holes in the case and screw it all together, right?
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Worst case I pop a couple of holes in the case and screw it all together, right?
Or just use a bunch of zip-ties to the bracket
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That's exciting news. Do you have a rough price range in mind for the Rev brackets? Recent (few month old) MS3 in my case, if it makes a difference.
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That's exciting news. Do you have a rough price range in mind for the Rev brackets? Recent (few month old) MS3 in my case, if it makes a difference.
I'm thinking if you buy the bracket from Good-Win Racing and need the reverent adapters, email us and we'll ship you a set for the cost of shipping + $5 or so, but don't quote me on that quite yet...

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Yes, please! (...and a Boomslang w/ 3ft of wires to boot...)



HORRORS, NO!! The only way I could figure out how to remove the top bolt of the OEM ECU location was after I had removed the dash! I could feel the f**ker, but just couldn't get a wrench on it.
I just did this last week, and it was one of the easiest things ever. took literally 25 seconds per nut. maybe get proper tools?
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I'm thinking if you buy the bracket from Good-Win Racing and need the reverent adapters, email us and we'll ship you a set for the cost of shipping + $5 or so, but don't quote me on that quite yet...

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Ah ok, so these are still only for 90-93, then?

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I just did this last week, and it was one of the easiest things ever. took literally 25 seconds per nut. maybe get proper tools?
The top nut was definitely the hard one for me too. Plain 10mm box wrench did it for me in the end, but it was a huge pain, and it took forever to figure out I had to pry the plastic wiring loom anchor off the end of the stud first.
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Ah ok, so these are still only for 90-93, then?
The 90-93 bracket is available now. I'm planning to design the 99+ bracket late November.

The adapter brackets for Reverent ECUs are almost finished. Those adapters secure those ECUs (which do not normally have any mounting tabs on them) to Singular Motorsports ECU brackets - whether it's the 90-93 or 99+ bracket the adapters will work for both. You buy the bracket appropriate to your year, and if you have a Rev ECU contact us directly for the adapters. It wouldn't make sense to design a whole new bracket just for those ECUs.

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Any updates on the Reverant compatible bracket? I'd love to get one for my 1990.
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Not pressing, but i'd be super interested in an airbag mount for an NA8.

And/or a bracket for factory location.
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My MSLabs MS3-B is out of the NB at the moment. A fancy new bracket would certainly motivate me to reinstall it
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Hey guys, sorry for the delays! It's been equal parts due to the holidays as well as having a C7 Stingray come in for some product development with a tight deadline

Reverent ECU:
I've made up the Reverent ECU adapter tabs that should allow MSLabs ECUs to fit Singular Motorsports ECU brackets. It turned out that our local guy with a Rev ECU had one of the old-style behemoth units *note: there is no hope for those to fit our brackets, sorry to those who have that model* so we just need to confirm the tabs do indeed work. Anyone who is up for purchasing a bracket through Good-Win Racing, I can mail the tabs direct to you if you'll confirm fitment for us

99+ bracket
Working on the design for this one, but having to work that around the C7 stuff and a few other higher priorities, so I don't want to make any hard guarantees on when they will be released yet.

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Bracket is on it's way from Goodwin!

So are the brackets for a Rev PNP MS3 unit (I don't consider the original units PNP, since they use a patch harness).

Should be tested by the 9th or 10th I hope, if Oregonmon is back in town, might not be until the 13th/14th.

This is all assuming both pieces arrive by then in this cluster **** of a shipping month.
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I'll bite once curly confirms everything works with the Rev PNP MS3.
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