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Old 09-14-2006, 03:16 PM   #1
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i want to remove the maf on my car short of spending 1000 on a standalone can i do this with a e-managa ultimate or would the corksport map ecu work better?
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In theory, it can be done with the Ultimate, but I've only heard of one fella actually going through with it. Seems like the Megasquirt would be the best option, as it'd allow removal of the AFM plus provide full control of fueling and injection, among other things.

And it's cheaper.
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my only problem is i am kinda affraid of the MS i would have no idea what im doing
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there is a message board and p have done it b4 on miatas so your not alone atleast.
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standalone. worth every penny.
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^+1 It's really not that much more money in the long run.
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seriously.

say you run an emanage. add the wiring harness, the support tool, the communication cable, the AFPR, the fuel pump, the injectors, O2 clamp, the fittings, the added hardware and you're between 600 to 850. you can get a link with an air temp sensor, injectors, and keypad, maybe a knock sensor for $1000 and you have literally an incredibly more flexible, solid, safer management in place. not to mention the product support.

i have nothing against the emanange and i'm really pleased with the gains it makes, wish it was available when i had my greddy kit, but it's still a bunch of band-aids in comparison.
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If you live in the Northeast, kingofl337 is looking for someone to test a PNP MS Ecu on a 94-97.

https://www.miataturbo.net/forums/sh...4529#post44529

look at his signature.
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