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Old 09-12-2010, 02:02 PM   #41
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MS is good
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I just want the standalone that will let me start my car up with out fail as long as i dont cut any corners with the install. This is my DD im using and i want to make sure its ready reliable. If its more reliable to go piggy back then thats where ill be.
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I just want the standalone that will let me start my car up with out fail as long as i dont cut any corners with the install. This is my DD im using and i want to make sure its ready reliable. If its more reliable to go piggy back then thats where ill be.
its all in the tune.
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Old 09-12-2010, 06:04 PM   #44
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You can get a megasquirt and start with the base map then go from there. I would actually suggest squirting your car before anything else. It saved me money to buy it with the turbo kit, so i did. Anywho. If you get a DIY pnp and load up the basemap your golden. It will start every time. I was running 6-7 psi on stock injectors.
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indeed it will be the safest to install MS before the turbo and get it running good and then install the kit once you get used to the MS.
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indeed it will be the safest to install MS before the turbo and get it running good and then install the kit once you get used to the MS.
This is what I did and it's a great idea, take your time and do it right.
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installing injectors will also be good at that point or at least after installing MS.
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Do one thing at once. If you do one thing at a time, there is only one thing to screw up at a time.
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Im pretty comfortable with soldering and hardware from my pc and rc car hobbies So ill probably pick up a mega squirt v3 board over the upcoming holidays to get things ready.

Before i jump injectors i can keep them stock till i HAVE to upgrade them correct?
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Short answer, yes.
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Im pretty comfortable with soldering and hardware from my pc and rc car hobbies So ill probably pick up a mega squirt v3 board over the upcoming holidays to get things ready.

Before i jump injectors i can keep them stock till i HAVE to upgrade them correct?
they should be good to about 8psi. ~180-200whp or so.
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