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Old 10-23-2006, 09:43 PM   #1
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Old 10-23-2006, 09:47 PM   #2
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i saw it. I'm thinking about going that route since I'm a retard, but I sure can use a computer.
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Old 10-23-2006, 09:54 PM   #3
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I may go MS before going turbo. That might save some time later, as the eventual plan is to MS it anyway. I could be playing around with NA tuning while accumulating turbo bits. Hmmm...I might like that...
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i saw it. I'm thinking about going that route since I'm a retard, but I sure can use a computer.
Exactly my thinking and am SOOOOOO glad I did it this way.
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sucks i'm already setup with my emanage. I would love a sweet megasquirt setup. big injectors, no afm, ebc, and so much more
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how is megasquirt tuned?
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Old 10-23-2006, 11:00 PM   #7
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There were many times when I wished I hadnt gone MS, but now that kingof is offering this, it has taken 90% of the headaches out of MS on Miata. For someone just starting a setup, its really a no brainer.
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Old 10-24-2006, 08:23 AM   #8
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So kingofl337, how do we avoid epay and deal direct with you?

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So when are you doing your '99? Is it a future project to offer this for NBs?

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So kingofl337, how do we avoid epay and deal direct with you?

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good question
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Old 10-24-2006, 03:07 PM   #12
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Well, I need to see what it goes for. I'm trying to see what a fair price of a complete unit is worth. I figure ebay would be a good form of market research. If it sells for 450.00 I don't plan on offering it as a complete unit like this again. If it does 550.00 or better I'll probably start offering a complete kit. At 450.00 I barely cover my expenses for the MS, AIT sensor,
tubing, and wire.

If it does end up at 450.00 I'll probably just keep with you buy everything send me your MS and ECU and for 120.00/140.00 I'll do the mods.

99's are coming soon I just need some free time. I really don't like adding the 90-97 CAS. I'm going to get some help from a EE and see if we can make a
conditioning circuit so I can fire off the stock sensors.
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So this is a full standalone unit that can control everything? I'm not big on MS, I just know a friend of mine suggested I look into it..
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nice...let us know how the ebay sale goes and what you price them at...this is really cool.
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interested.....
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If it uses the stock ECU to handle idle, do large injectors, say 550+ cause a problem with the control?

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The MS will handle pretty much anyinjectors as long as they are high imp or your run resistors. The stock wiring has trouble with low-z injectors without resistors.

The reason you usually have trouble with a piggy back is they can't adjust the quanity of fuel at idle. It doesn't have anything to do with the ilde control valve.

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Old 10-25-2006, 10:59 AM   #19
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I thought it was the stock injector drivers on the ECU that required high imp injectors. The hydra is plug and play, can run low z injectors and uses the stock wiring for injectors doesn't it? I haven't read the installation instructions for the hydra to be honest.

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Please excuse my stupidititty, but to get this straight in my feable mind, this takes the place of an FMU, bipes, o2 clamp, and afm?

Also, do I also need a map sensor or is this built in?

Will it work with stock 1.6 injectors or should I not bother and go right to the 1.8s? (I only plan to run 8or 9 psi when I get my intercooler going)
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