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Old 01-24-2014, 03:47 AM   #1
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I haven't seen any write ups for it and I've read in a couple places it doesn't (old posts). If it does, can you link me? Is it the same as the nitrous circuit?

I'll be using the Jbperf board for sequential if that makes any difference.

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It can use an on/off output for this, but not continuously variable.
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Curious, why was the dedicated WI code removed from MS2E? (Yet MS1 and MS3 have it). How is it controlled without the code?

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Curious, why was the dedicated WI code removed from MS2E? (Yet MS1 and MS3 have it). How is it controlled without the code?
It wasn't removed; it was never there. There has not been a suitable high speed valve on the market, and the processor has only so many outputs of various types and so much memory for code. Without a suitable valve, what's the point of having the code?

Supposedly CoolingMist had a HSV. I tried contacting them about partnering up a few years back. They blew me off.
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It wasn't removed; it was never there. There has not been a suitable high speed valve on the market, and the processor has only so many outputs of various types and so much memory for code. Without a suitable valve, what's the point of having the code?

Supposedly CoolingMist had a HSV. I tried contacting them about partnering up a few years back. They blew me off.
Aquamist have always had one. It changed from the large paperclip sized one a few years ago - which was referenced in the MS1 WI docs.

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If you contact them they'll even build it to your frequency specs - so will match whatever limitations MS has.
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