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Old 09-25-2009, 11:41 AM   #41
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@FoundSoul: I have just ordert the DIYPNP for my turboed 91 Miata. I hobe, i will make it, because my fingers are all thumbs.

Ive also ordert an IAT Sensor ....

Now ich will work against the rule: "Never change a running system!". In my car operates the Emanage Ultimate since two years.

The MS things are absolutly new for me. I hope, i can handle the DIYPNP ....

Is there a good instruction manuel for the solder work included?

Best Regards from Austria ....

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Old 09-25-2009, 11:51 AM   #42
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We have an instruction manual online:

DIYPNP MegaSquirt by DIYAutoTune.com

And if anything's not clear from the manual, send us an email and we'll see if we can explain it better. Nur bitte frage uns nicht, zu auf Deutch es uberzetsen. Mein Deutch ist nicht gut genug.
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Old 09-25-2009, 12:50 PM   #43
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We have an instruction manual online:

DIYPNP MegaSquirt by DIYAutoTune.com

And if anything's not clear from the manual, send us an email and we'll see if we can explain it better. Nur bitte frage uns nicht, zu auf Deutch es uberzetsen. Mein Deutch ist nicht gut genug.

Thank you for the link. I have also seen this instruktion, but i cant find a connection instruction for my 91 Miata. I mean a instruction, where or on which terminal pad and connector i have to solder the cable. Pictures would be very helpful.

And OK, "ich werde nicht in deutsch fragen". I hope my englisch is easy to understand.
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Old 09-25-2009, 04:45 PM   #44
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We can put together a jumper guide for the '90-'93 like the one we have for '94-'95. Right now we're working on a '96-'97 jumper guide and preparing a '99 test car, but let me know if you'd like me to write up a similar doc for the earlier ones.
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Thank you for the link. I have also seen this instruktion, but i cant find a connection instruction for my 91 Miata. I mean a instruction, where or on which terminal pad and connector i have to solder the cable. Pictures would be very helpful.

And OK, "ich werde nicht in deutsch fragen". I hope my englisch is easy to understand.
Sein englisch ist nicht schlect.
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Old 09-29-2009, 03:53 AM   #46
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@boileralum -

= ?

Now we still don't know who the Stig is - but we now that Jeremy Clarkson in reality is Robert Smith...
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We should make that happen Matt-- just as soon as you guys wrap up the 96/97 and the 99/00 guides that you're already working on in your spare time .

Then we need to wrap up the S5 RX7 guide, and that MX6 that's sitting out there.... lots to do, lots to do.
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= ?

Now we still don't know who the Stig is - but we now that Jeremy Clarkson in reality is Robert Smith...
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Old 09-30-2009, 01:52 AM   #49
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Will it be possible to set up one of the analog inputs for load sensing duties?
What i mean is, make it react to a sensing low load (lights, a/c, power steering, etc) which would raise idle speed to compensate for loads.

I know the MS1 doesn't do it (what i currently have) and closed loop catches it within a second or so.

I will be getting a new ecu (another miata) and am considering the diypnp as it is easier to breakout the input/output circuits.
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No, the MS-II code does not do that yet, although it is on the developer's todo list.

I wrote some code for the MS-I that will do it... send me a PM if you want it.
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Old 10-01-2009, 04:42 PM   #51
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diyautotune has a 10% off coupon code on there website for the diypnp. It wasn't there yesterday while I was researching. Might be a good time to buy.
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Old 10-06-2009, 02:36 PM   #52
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We've just released a sequential upgrade for the DIYPNP - after wrapping up thorough testing on a Miata. It allows you to control 4 separate injector channels, and the upgrade module is only $38 with installation hardware.

DIYPNP Sequential Upgrade Kit DIYAutoTune.com
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Old 10-06-2009, 06:15 PM   #53
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Great job Matt..... really need some money!
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I'm going to place my order tomorrow.
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We've just released a sequential upgrade for the DIYPNP - after wrapping up thorough testing on a Miata. It allows you to control 4 separate injector channels, and the upgrade module is only $38 with installation hardware.

DIYPNP Sequential Upgrade Kit DIYAutoTune.com
AAArghhh. Just 2 or 3 days after I ordered my DIYPNP...
Could have included it with this package. Damn.

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Excellent news!

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AAArghhh. Just 2 or 3 days after I ordered my DIYPNP...
Could have included it with this package. Damn.

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Never hurts to ask, who knows, maybe it didn't leave yet.
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We're way too fast for that . I can check though...

Let's see Sven... looks like you ordered on the 2nd, and it shipped on the 2nd. On it's way to Germany now. Under the circumstances, if you want to hit our sales dept up and ask to have a module shipped using Air Letter Mail instead of Express we'll do that on something small like this and it will get their fairly quick and cheap. Just without tracking.
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Jerry, ss there any chance you may offer the 2001+ NB connector version sometime soon or should I just order and upgrade my harness and DIYPNP to Autosport connectors (now I wonder where have you heard that before?)

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Old 10-08-2009, 05:32 AM   #60
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@FoundSoul: Shhhh ....... .Yesterday ihave got my DIYPNP package here in Austria. I also want such a (DIYPNP Sequential Upgrade Kit) please ... is there a posibility, like a cheap Air Letter Mail .....
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