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Old 08-08-2009, 12:55 PM   #1
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Mods, I know, it's not a miata, but there are some real megasquirt guru's around here. Thanks in advance for any help I may receive. So, disclaimer out of the way, here goes.

I've got an ms1 /w v3.57 board and a bip373 coil driver from diyautotune. Diyautotune has a great writeup on how to install a megasquirt on your 240. However, they do it using the older style distributor with the coil and power transistor separate from the actual dizzy. What I'm trying to figure out is how to do it using the dizzy that I have. Jim Wolf has some diagrams on modifying this dizzy so that you can use an MSD ignition system. I think that this is very close to the modifications that will need to be done to use the bosch coil driver. I think I'm close here but i need some clarification. Does anyone know exactly how the wiring will go? Where should I put pins 24 and 36?

Here is diyautotune's diagram.

Jim Wolf's take on things.

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