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Old 04-08-2018, 03:47 PM
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The MSPNP1 on the Silver car gave up the ghost after 10 years of loyal service. Ordered a MSPNP Pro to replace it, but the invoice said "Backordered." Just wondering what kind of wait time I'm in for?
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I ordered an MS2 for 99-00 and an MS3 for 00-05 and a month later I emailed 949 to find that DIY dont even have the components in stock. This is a pretty big deal for me because the ecu's are for customers cars.

So make that a x2.

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I can't say for sure, but on average I would say 2-3 days for them to get a pro unit built and shipped. At least for the good number I have ordered that have been "backordered".
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The issue is that DIY dont have the parts for the boards. So we don;t know until DIY answer us or one of our vendors.

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Originally Posted by nitrodann View Post
The issue is that DIY dont have the parts for the boards. So we don;t know until DIY answer us or one of our vendors.

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Have you emailed and talked to DIY yet?
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Originally Posted by nitrodann View Post
The issue is that DIY dont have the parts for the boards. So we don;t know until DIY answer us or one of our vendors.

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Maniaclachy reckoned it's because of Trump's trade war with China (where all the parts come from these days) :P
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I have only spoken with 949, I am not DIYs customer.

949 says the ECUs are with them now, or will be today/tomorrow.

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Sorry about the delays - we've had a bit of a spike in orders. Right now backordered ECUs have been on a 2-4 week lead time. We're installing some new equipment and hope to get caught up soon - although just how soon is going to depend on just how much time we're able to shave off production with the new equipment.
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Thank you Matt.
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Originally Posted by Lokiel View Post
Maniaclachy reckoned it's because of Trump's trade war with China (where all the parts come from these days) :P
Uh, no. It is because of huge worldwide demand for electronics. Every sub-industry has been getting tighter and tighter for months now.
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Originally Posted by DNMakinson View Post
Uh, no. It is because of huge worldwide demand for electronics. Every sub-industry has been getting tighter and tighter for months now.
I think you missed the "tongue in cheek" suffix (we call this "sarcasm" in the rest of the world, it's not meant to be taken literally).
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No worries. Americans are touchy these days . . . .
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Continuing internet social skill deficit. Engineer, and all that. Now I see that ":P" that was the big hint.
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