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Old 02-19-2015, 09:20 PM
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I've made up the Reverent ECU adapter tabs that should allow MSLabs ECUs to fit Singular Motorsports ECU brackets. It turned out that our local guy with a Rev ECU had one of the old-style behemoth units *note: there is no hope for those to fit our brackets, sorry to those who have that model*
The Reverent ECUs that do not fit are the larger, older style units.
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Just to check, it will fit this style rev built ms2e?

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Originally Posted by Mazduh View Post
Just to check, it will fit this style rev built ms2e?
I think that's the old style. This is mine from 2013

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Well now I'm sad..
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Bracket is nicely made and that chrome powdercoat is awesome. Don't mind the zipties, couldn't find any bolts small enough. It's all sitting in the drivers seat right now, it's too cold to be working in the garage.



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Originally Posted by midpack View Post
Bracket is nicely made and that chrome powdercoat is awesome. Don't mind the zipties, couldn't find any bolts small enough. It's all sitting in the drivers seat right now, it's too cold to be working in the garage.
I am super stoked to see these in the wild. I might be a bit biased...but I love the chrome powdercoat.
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Originally Posted by Rokomis View Post
I am super stoked to see these in the wild. I might be a bit biased...but I love the chrome powdercoat.
So that's your doing? It looks awesome, even better in person than the pictures. I can't decide if hood louvers would look good or ricey in it. You guys should powdercoat a set and post some pictures! Preferably on a TiGrey.
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So that's your doing? It looks awesome, even better in person than the pictures. I can't decide if hood louvers would look good or ricey in it. You guys should powdercoat a set and post some pictures! Preferably on a TiGrey.
Joint decision, but I'm glad we found that particular color. Most of the products (everything but the louvers at this point) are powdercoated now. Pre-bent & powdercoated black louvers are available locally at Pann Auto in San Diego.
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I tried to leave a review on the louvers a while back, my only suggestion was to offer them pre-bent, sanded, and powdercoated. That would take a lot of time out of it. It took a lot longer than I thought to do those steps, but I spray-painted them. I will eventually get them powdercoated for durability.

Midpack - the louvers don't look ricey at all. They do grab a little attention. The louvers make my car look way meaner than it should. This past week I got my car aligned at TX Track Works. All Miata guys proceeded to ask what hood I had, where I got the louvers, etc.

As far as effectiveness, it's fun watching water droplets shoot vertically on the highway when its raining outside. They move a LOT of air.

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I'm not worried about the louvers themselves being ricey. Already have a set waiting to be installed anyway. Function > form. I was thinking chome powdercoated lovuvers might be a little shiny for my tastes. Anyway this is enough about louvers. Buy yourselves an ecu bracket.
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The brackets, they are sweet:



I have only one complaint.

Sean. Ryan.

Out of multiple orders, I have received ONE STICKAR. You can see it, prominently displayed in the above picture.

Vendor fail! Multiple stickers must be enclosed with every order, or we might start to think you are secretly somehow part of IB and the whole MT.net subscriber sticker fail!

Layeth the stickerth upon me, my brotherth!
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$13 shipping + $5 sales tax =

I better get a sticker
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$13 shipping + $5 sales tax =

I better get a sticker
Ditto. Just ordered.
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Now, if only the weather would cooperate so I can drag the car out of the snow and into the garage. BTW, I guess stickers must've run out.... nada!

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Originally Posted by Mobius View Post
I have only one complaint.

Sean. Ryan.

Out of multiple orders, I have received ONE STICKAR. You can see it, prominently displayed in the above picture.

Vendor fail! Multiple stickers must be enclosed with every order, or we might start to think you are secretly somehow part of IB and the whole MT.net subscriber sticker fail!

Layeth the stickerth upon me, my brotherth!
We are creating a sticker monopoly. The 1% of sticker owners.
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Hood Louver group buy puts me in the 1%
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OK you sticker lovers,

Up to now, I've been making every decal myself. We use decals for our logos on most of the parts as well, so I've had my hands full just cranking out enough to go on products, let alone extras to throw in the boxes.

I apologize for this and we hear your cries!

Looking into getting decals made from here on out, and once we have something lined up we'll make them available to anyone on MT.net who may be feeling there is a deficiency in their decal quota.

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I'm taking my sticker business to Stolzfahren Graphics.
They've got quick turn-around times.

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OK you sticker lovers,

Up to now, I've been making every decal myself. We use decals for our logos on most of the parts as well, so I've had my hands full just cranking out enough to go on products, let alone extras to throw in the boxes.

I apologize for this and we hear your cries!

Looking into getting decals made from here on out, and once we have something lined up we'll make them available to anyone on MT.net who may be feeling there is a deficiency in their decal quota.

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Ha, by then I'll have bought everything I need. I see your game.
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Despite the lack of decals these are selling faster than we are making them. Good problem to have. We're increasing batch size.

Thanks you guys!

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