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Old 07-07-2012, 08:20 AM   #481
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Hmm so it looks like some people are getting 90* adapters that point towards the drivers side and some are getting ones that point towards the passengers side so I guess either must work.

Rav: How much clearance is there behind the brake pedal bar/upright and the cable?
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Old 07-07-2012, 10:48 AM   #482
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Hmm so it looks like some people are getting 90* adapters that point towards the drivers side and some are getting ones that point towards the passengers side so I guess either must work.

Rav: How much clearance is there behind the brake pedal bar/upright and the cable?
There are a couple of inches behind the brake pedal upright, probably 3-4". The brake pedal doesn't go all the way down so you still have a good 2-3" of space behind the upright with the pedal fully depressed.
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Old 07-07-2012, 07:11 PM   #483
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Old 07-07-2012, 11:16 PM   #484
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Here's another source for the 90 degree DB9 adapter: CostCaptain: StarTech.com Right Angle DB9 to DB9 Serial Cable Adapter Type 2 - Serial adapter - DB-9 (M) - DB-9 (

Ordered mine earlier, should be here in a few days.
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Here's another source for the 90 degree DB9 adapter: CostCaptain: StarTech.com Right Angle DB9 to DB9 Serial Cable Adapter Type 2 - Serial adapter - DB-9 (M) - DB-9 (

Ordered mine earlier, should be here in a few days.
Ugh, I wish I had found this one. $7 with free shipping is better than $20 shipped. Good find.
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Old 07-09-2012, 06:53 PM   #486
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Not hard to find something once you know what to look for. I paid $4 extra for USPS mail to make sure I got it before the end of the world.
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Old 07-11-2012, 12:32 PM   #487
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Would this maybe be something that Reverant picks up in bulk and sends out with the MS's he sells to people with NB's?
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I'd say that's up to him, but for anyone mounting their MS in the stock location and wanting to leave the serial cable connected it's a must.
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For those who have it installed already, at what temperature does your CEL start to blink?

Mine blinks at 200F and I very much need to move it higher. Is there a quick and easy way to do that without changing anything related to the current tune? This is on a 2000 car with stock coolant sensor.
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For those who have it installed already, at what temperature does your CEL start to blink?

Mine blinks at 200F and I very much need to move it higher. Is there a quick and easy way to do that without changing anything related to the current tune? This is on a 2000 car with stock coolant sensor.
I have a 2000 with a stock coolant sensor as well as an after market coolant gauge. The gauge has read up to 220*F.this week and the CEL hasn't blinked on me yet.
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Hmmm... Where would this signal be set?
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Mike, I've replied to your email.
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Hi Reverant - Please pm me if I am able to get in on the group by. Cheers
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This group buy is over - I am accepting individual orders right now.
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Hi Rev -

Thanks again for the three ecu's. I need instructions on wiring up the VVT and GM IAT sensor to your harness. Thx

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MS2, VVT controller, adapter harness for 01-05:

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Just replied. Thx

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PM sent regarding a DIYPNP unassembled kit. Maybe we can get another group buy going for these units if there's enough interest? Seems every used MS2 I find in the classifieds get sold within hours of posting...
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PM sent regarding a DIYPNP unassembled kit. Maybe we can get another group buy going for these units if there's enough interest? Seems every used MS2 I find in the classifieds get sold within hours of posting...
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PM sent regarding a DIYPNP unassembled kit. Maybe we can get another group buy going for these units if there's enough interest? Seems every used MS2 I find in the classifieds get sold within hours of posting...
I have one for sale, but my post count doesn't allow me to post here. I have it on a more track focused forum.
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