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Old 01-02-2008, 06:54 PM   #1
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Its been a long time since I messed with my 97 MP62 miata and I really need to get the fuel issue sorted, my current setup is an old BRP mix and match of a powercard/Fuel Pump/Bipes/o2 clamp/ and 5th injector controller. I would really Like to remove this mess and put in an EMB.

First question. Will the EMB handle the 5th injector? I know the stock injectors just can't flow enough fuel and it would be a lot less cost to start with to just use the 5th injector that is already in place.

Second question. How hard is it to reconfigure a Used EMB that was setup for use on another type of car? Am I better off just buying a new one?

Thanks for the help,

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Old 01-02-2008, 09:51 PM   #2
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yes, emb will control up to 2 additional injectors.

no, you don't have to buy new. just change the map back to zeros, and set your rotary dials and jumpers.. you'd have to set them on a new unit anyway..

You'll need the support tool, if you're buying new or used, to access the maps.
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Old 01-03-2008, 07:56 AM   #3
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just get a set of used Supra green top 305 Injectors.
All time on Ebay for arround 50$.

You could sell your tan top injectors for the same price...

No need to fiddle anymore with a 5th injector and uneven fuel distribution
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On my 96 I use 305's and a 5th injector. You'll have no problems.

Also you'll still need to use the O2 clamp.
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Old 01-04-2008, 12:28 PM   #5
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Thanks for the help
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Old 01-07-2008, 08:31 AM   #6
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Used is fine. That's where I got mine. <G>

Pick up a GM 2-bar map sensor... it will help you out considerably. Unless you were running one with the Bipes (I don't remember now).....

Keep the O2 clamp... you'll still need it. (and I should have had one, when you got yours, made big difference).

Your call if you want to invest in the Autotune as well. It helps with the map logic quite considerably. <G>

Dave,
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if your tricky like me you can switch your O2 clamp/autotune relay directly from your emanage with out the need for a pressure switch..this way you can adjust the rpm and boost value that it switches in at by just changing the software Map values....
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if your tricky like me you can switch your O2 clamp/autotune relay directly from your emanage with out the need for a pressure switch..this way you can adjust the rpm and boost value that it switches in at by just changing the software Map values....
Unfortunately I'm not tricky like you Could you explain how you did it or point me to a previous thread that explains it. I'm running EMB on my 94 and I've got the pressure switch for my clamp mounted in the cab... i can hear it everytime it clicks over and it's pretty annoying.
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i would..... but as this site will no longer allow me to post attatchments, i'm keeping this information to myself. (unless someone wants to pay my "subscription" fees for a year.
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i would..... but as this site will no longer allow me to post attatchments, i'm keeping this information to myself. (unless someone wants to pay my "subscription" fees for a year.
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I find it amusing that as a long time contributor, i am asked to pay so i can share my info with others....Ill keep my knowledge to myself. I have more to offer this site than i take from it. Im only still here because i like to help the newbs out. if that makes me a douchebag then

i have donated to other sites because its voluntary...having priviliges that i USED TO HAVE before the revamp REVOKED ***** me off. sure if you want to restrict Newbs access and privlidges then go for it....If you want to restrict MY access then be prepared to miss out on my SUBSTANTIAL KNOWLEDGE IN THIS AREA.
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I find it amusing that as a long time contributor, i am asked to pay so i can share my info with others....Ill keep my knowledge to myself. I have more to offer this site than i take from it. Im only still here because i like to help the newbs out. if that makes me a douchebag then

i have donated to other sites because its voluntary...having priviliges that i USED TO HAVE before the revamp REVOKED ***** me off. sure if you want to restrict Newbs access and privlidges then go for it....If you want to restrict MY access then be prepared to miss out on my SUBSTANTIAL KNOWLEDGE IN THIS AREA.
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I'm all for stickin' it to the man, but there's only one problem... I'm not the man. I'm just an enthusiast looking for a little help and knowledge.
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