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Old 12-03-2014, 04:05 PM
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For those of us not initimiately familiar with the Reverant ECU lineup, can anyone tell me if my Enhanced MS2 will work with these tabs?

Unfortunately I don't have any pics of the case handy and it's cold enough here I'm not looking forward to taking it out right now.
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Serial number?
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The “into to megasquirt thread” mentions that the MS3 basic has 5 inputs with built in pull up resistors - and I was just wondering why it would have so many, while the MS3Pro PnP has just 2 (with no pull ups?)
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Serial number?
S/N: 10382
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Great, your ECU is identical to the newer Basic MS3s, so it should fit.
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The “into to megasquirt thread” mentions that the MS3 basic has 5 inputs with built in pull up resistors - and I was just wondering why it would have so many, while the MS3Pro PnP has just 2 (with no pull ups?)
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Bracket should be here on Saturday, however I'm working Saturday and Sunday all day. So hopefully Mondayish I'll be able to test fit the MS3 on Oregonmon's build.

RYAN (ThePass)! Is there a tracking number for the Rev brackets?
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I dropped your Rev brackets off at Good-Win Racing just before your order shipped, so they are in the same box

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So how well did the new adapter brackets fit the Rev ECU? Any pics?
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Any brackets for the NA8 anytime soon Ryan?
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NA8 has all the studs and holes for the NA6 location, if you snag a kick panel and mounting bracket from a junkyard.

Brackets fit good with small modifications, I'll let Ryan figure out if he wants to release the photos or wait for another part revision.
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A couple small tweaks to be made as I was working off of dimensions as opposed to having a unit in my hands.

Should have things sorted out and updated versions made by end of this coming week.

Here is one of the two adapter brackets that fits to the reverent ECU. The box doesn't have any mounting provisions, so these tabs attach to two of the case bolts on each end and then align to a set of holes that are on the ECU bracket itself.
This pic shows a small screw in the center of the case which the bracket needs a small notch in to clear and sit flush. The new version will clear this:



The other thing to note is the Reverent ECUs are big - larger than any of the other common units. The bracket is designed to maximize space under the kick panel, but with the height of these ECUs to fit them you need to do a little clearancing of the three downward-protruding dimples in the kick panel. Two minutes with a hammer and work table while the panel is out of the car will sort this:



Here is Curly's Rev box mounted with adapters to our bracket (like I said, it's big). Yes, it does sit flat on the bracket - the perspective of the pic is just a little funky:



Will get to work on the tweaks and let you guys know as soon as it's ironed out.

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Huh, didn't realize how decieving that last picture was. It is indeed between the two bends.

Also, if you bash the kick panel on the floor it'll bend the upper mount. Place it on a couple 2x4s with the mount hanging off. And wear ear protection. I'm still a little deaf.
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I've already stripped out one of those screws on my ECU
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What about slipping a thin sheet of foam padding between the ECU and the protective metal cover?
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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.

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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.

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By "Reverent Enhanced ECUs" are you talking about the entire line of ECUs, including the MS3 Basic or is this literally only for the "Enhanced" versions of the MS2/MS3? Its not like I can't drill holes in my MS3 Basic to make it fit, but I'd like to avoid that if possible.

Good to see a mounting solution none the less. This is the only thing left that I WANT to spend money on, rather than NEED to spend money on. Keep up the good work!
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I too would like clarification on which Reverent models will fit. I have one that looks like this:



Will that fit with the Reverent-specific tabs?
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Yes. Previous built ms3s were in a standard DIYautotune box (which has mounting tabs) and his ms2e were also in a standard ms3 box afaik.
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Yeah, what Midpack said. I couldn't scare up the picture fast enough, but that's the same one I have. Both ECU and question
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Excellent. Ordered mine and if it takes anything else to make the MS2E fit I'll post the modifications.

As soon as I can get the car out of the snow and into the garage.
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