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Old 02-15-2013, 05:23 PM   #1
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Default Introducing the MS3-Pro Module!



The MS3-Pro Module puts the MS3-Pro circuitry on a board where we've replaced the AMPSEAL connectors with 0.100" pin headers. What's it for? Well, we will be using these as the core for MS3-Pro based MSPNPs, but we're also making them available to the public - why should we have all the fun? You could just solder a harness to one and call it an ECU, but this offers quite a few other possibilities. Here's some things you can use it for:
  • Design your own plug and play PCBs to adapt it to OEM wiring harnesses

  • Stuff it in a stock ECU case and solder it to the connector to comply with SCCA Street Touring rules or other class racing that allow any retuning device that fits in the OEM ECU case
  • Put it in your own case to make a private label ECU
  • Create a new PCB that adds extra features, like high current coil drivers or CAN based extensions

The MS3-Pro Module is approximately 5.5" x 3.5" - much easier to incorporate into your projects than trying to use a V3.57 main board, MS3 daughter card, MS3X, and all the other associated parts. And we offer volume discounts if you're making a production run.

See this link for more details about the MS3-Pro Module.
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Nice!

If I hadn't got a Rev ECU this would be mega tempting. Fitting to the OEM ECU case is a great idea!
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You can still get a MS3 pro and wire it up with a BOB.
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No-where as neat a solution though.
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I know, but this would work best with a motherboard to mount to it, like the MS2 module.

If you wanted to figure something out yourself you can by all means.
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Had the weardest dream last night. I dreamt of a square motherboard that has provisions for a miata specific connector on each side (to cover all years). This motherboard can be installed either way inside the oem case and has room in the middle for the NB alternator circuit and 1 or 2 map sensors. Weird huh.
Think I need more sleep .
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Maybe, but you know you could always purchase some units form us and build your own motherboard.
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