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Old 11-25-2015, 01:05 PM   #121
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Update on these, seems like nearly every one of these brackets that gets ordered is for a Reverent ECU and so needs the adapter dabs as well. As a result we ran out of stock on those tabs so a couple guys have been in a holding pattern waiting for us to finish more tabs.

Those are being finished this week so existing orders that need the Reverent tabs should ship beginning of next week, and future orders needing the tabs will be back to shipping immediately.
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Old 11-25-2015, 01:51 PM   #122
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Update on these, seems like nearly every one of these brackets that gets ordered is for a Reverent ECU and so needs the adapter dabs as well. As a result we ran out of stock on those tabs so a couple guys have been in a holding pattern waiting for us to finish more tabs.

Those are being finished this week so existing orders that need the Reverent tabs should ship beginning of next week, and future orders needing the tabs will be back to shipping immediately.
Cool thanks, I made my own brackets with .5" angle aluminium but I'll use your brackets when I'll get them!
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Old 01-15-2016, 02:40 PM   #123
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Less (projected) demand. The more complicated the solution needs to be, the more demand there will be for a well-designed solution that takes the guesswork out of the process for the customer and makes it a bolt-on affair. Of the three ECU locations, the 99+ is the worst/most difficult to mount an aftermarket unit, followed by the 90-93. The 94-97 location is much easier for a DIYer to mount an ECU in, by just screwing it into the rear bulkhead. I'm not saying that's a good way to do it, but because it can be done that way easily, less guys will opt to spend money on a dedicated bracket.

94 R package owner here. I've got a REV Basic MS3 I received around November of last year. Currently, the ECU is just stuffed behind the passenger seat, with the seat holding it in place.


I know you mentioned a low projected sales volume, but I'm interested. Keep the price below $150, and I'll send you the cash today. I want to keep it in the OEM location, and while I could fab up a bracket, I'd prefer to buy a nice, pretty, production style one.


EDIT: I also fear water/snow for a foot-well mounted ECU. Plus all my wires are already cut to length and will likely not reach the footwell.
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Old 01-15-2016, 04:12 PM   #124
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It's really pretty easy. I fabbed mine up in under an hour. What's the point of it being pretty if it's covered by carpet?
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Old 01-15-2016, 05:36 PM   #125
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I like things that look nice and work well. I can absolutely make one myself. I can cut, drill, weld, mount one. I'd prefer to buy a nice bracket.
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Thanks for your input Scott. Will probably get around to it just to complete the line-up and cover all years NA/NB.
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Hey there.... another 94-97 owner in for a bracket that would fit an MSPNP. Like the previous poster, I am perfectly capable of welding/fabbing/etc but would prefer a nice pretty piece.

No way I'm pounding sheet metal screws into my car.

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Old 10-18-2016, 09:52 AM   #128
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Finally some updates!

Reverent ECUs:

We've worked everything out for the Reverent Enhanced ECUs. Now when you order one of the ECU brackets through Good-Win Racing, just put a note during checkout that you need the tabs to fit the Reverent ECU and we'll throw them in the same box. No extra cost.

1999-2005 ECU Bracket:

It's here!
Built to fit your aftermarket ECU in the factory location under the dash of the NB miatas. Accommodates all the same ECUs as the 90-93 version; AEM, Megasquirt, MS3 Pro, Adaptronic.

Singular Motorsports Miata ECU Bracket for '99+ for Miata 1999-2005

Here it is, finished in our new "Chrome" powdercoat which is now standard;



1990-1993 Bracket Updates:

The early-model brackets also come standard in our new powdercoat now:

Singular Motorsports Miata ECU Bracket for Miata 1990-1993



PRICE Updates:

So we've added more features to the brackets... price needs to go up right? Nope!

We've been working to streamline the production process for these and keep our costs under our target. This has allowed us to DROP the price to $59 for both ECU models! The new pricing is live on Good-Win Racing.

-Ryan

I have a 2005 RHD Miata will this bracket fit?
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Old 10-21-2016, 04:54 PM   #129
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I ordered one of these for my Rev. MS3 basic going into a 00 model. I've had my ecu for awhile and I guess it was an early larger unit and it wouldn't fit as is. I made a cutout on one end for my pin connector and a few tiny zip ties on the other end to tie the adapter to the mount and it works. With those mods it fit well and is a much better solution than just stuffing the ecu under the dash with huge zip ties around the steering column. Even though it wasn't a direct fit, I am really satisfied with the set-up. It is a well made product I would buy again.
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