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Old 08-17-2007, 11:57 PM   #1
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If I am going to turbo my miata. would you choos emanage blue or megasquirt? Keeping in mind running less than 10 pounds of boost. Cost is an issue and ive never tuned or installed a/m ecus before.
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Megasquirt, hands down.
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MS it will give you LARGE headroom, and the most adjust ability of anything out there. Yes... Chad, i am following you through the threads.
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thankyou very much for both of your inputs ill go with the ms.
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Bang for the buck, megasquirt, no doubt about it. However, you do need to keep in mind that you have a steep learning curve with the standalone. You will need to tweak and tune the thing.

The emanage on the other hand is based on the stock ECU. Your only making adjustments to it. It's not as powerful, however for people that really don't like the complications of tuning all the parameters of a standalone, the emanage will work great.
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time factor is the point.
We are running mostly EMUs over here and are happy.
As far I see, the MS offers more nice options.
It depends on how much time you want to spend with your
engine management.
ask your girl ;-)

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