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Old 11-07-2009, 04:54 PM   #1
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Is there a way to get a LOW BUDED DIYPNP soon?

I mean without the High Ign Bipīs and all other nessesary parts, but with Sequential Inj.

A DIYPNP Configurator would be great.

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That is a really progressive Idea,One problem I see is if the customer doesnt really know what they are doing It could lead to a lot returns.
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Old 11-07-2009, 05:40 PM   #3
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That is a really progressive Idea,One problem I see is if the customer doesnt really know what they are doing It could lead to a lot returns.
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That's why we are only planning to offer a couple items separately from the main kit - BIP373s (fairly big ticket parts), the sequential board (which was designed after the DIYPNP), and a couple future expansion modules.
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Would that mean you could upgrade the 90-93 PnP to support these upgrades?

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That's why we are only planning to offer a couple items separately from the main kit - BIP373s (fairly big ticket parts), the sequential board (which was designed after the DIYPNP), and a couple future expansion modules.
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A DIYPNP on a '90-'93 could have those added if you want... wouldn't exactly be plug and play except on '93 California cars, of course.
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