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Old 08-06-2007, 11:39 AM   #1
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Default MSPNP MM9495 is available -- $50 off thru Thursday...

Rather than do a group buy I just figured I'd give the first buyers $50 off directly through the website-- the special will expire Thursday night at midnight.

http://www.diyautotune.com/catalog/m...nny-p-166.html
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how about for us 90-93 guys lil love over here?
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Old 08-06-2007, 12:46 PM   #3
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how about for us 90-93 guys lil love over here?
MiataRoadster did the group buy for the discount on those when they launched. He is just giving us 94-95 guys the love he already gave you.
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Old 08-06-2007, 12:52 PM   #4
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I dug around... and I found a little more love to give though

Check the site...
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I dug around... and I found a little more love to give though

Check the site...
I don't even need one, but just a kudos to you guys for hooking us all up both in terms of products and knowledge base support!
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Old 08-06-2007, 01:01 PM   #6
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arggh now i have to buy it. do you carry the lc-1 wideband? If i order it today when can you get it to me in chicago?
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Now just show the love for a little longer like for another 2 weeks, for the people less loved at their jobs!!
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arggh now i have to buy it. do you carry the lc-1 wideband? If i order it today when can you get it to me in chicago?

We are a licensed distributor for Innovate products... all stocked. Plenty of LC-1's in stock with and without gauges. Order by 2pm EST and it still ships today, use Express and it will probably be there tomorrow, Wednesday at the latest. Priority is usually 3-4 days. You'd still have it by the weekend.
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Now just show the love for a little longer like for another 2 weeks, for the people less loved at their jobs!!
I'm not a proponent of debt at all (hate it)... but if it's coming in two weeks and you can make the Visa payment then, you could take a short term Visa loan
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Jerry's doing the inaugural discounting factory-direct this time around.

MiataRoadster is celebrating the release of the 94-95 PNP MegaSquirt in the form of a 5% discount on entire orders of *any* parts totalling over $1000 (before shipping) through 8/31/07.

We are a full-line Miata parts shop and the first (and only, so far, that we've seen) Miata vendor jumping on the MegaSquirt tuning juggernaut bandwagon, so if you need any racing parts, OEM maintenance parts, JDM imports, or even Moss cupholders, we can hook you up.

Check out our MSPNP page at http://miataroadster.com/mspnp.html as well as the rest of our site, email us with a list of parts you're after, and we'll get right back to you with a package deal quote.

We look forward to helping you "Stay Tuned!"

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Jerry, before i order just to double check,

Innovate LC-1 Digital Wideband Controller with Sensor
MSPNP IAT Sensor Kit - Steel Bung
MegaSquirtPNP MM9093 for the 1990-93 Mazda Miata, manual tranny

Thats what i need right? To remove the AFM and tune
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yes it is what you need, with that you will be as fast as the rest of us
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Old 08-06-2007, 01:38 PM   #13
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Hey Loki, not to step on Jerry's toes or anything, but if you have a little extra coin, get the Innovate XD gauge with the LC. It's a bit on the expensive side, but also gives a clear, real time readout of the LC output, and any error conditions that may occur. It also has a calibration button on it, making recal easy. I do not regret getting mine, and I'm the cheapest bastard on this board.

You'll want the AIT sensor, with the correct bung. Get the mild steel if you have steel pipes, and the aluminum if you have aluminum pipes. I got the mild steel, which MIG'd just fine to my "aluminum" JIM-B throttle pipe.

PS, I had to pay more plus sales tax. So you suck.
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Unless im reading that wrong isnt that an extra $200? I have the money i just dont know if its worth it... but i guess if something gets screwed up i would like to know.
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Loki-- your list looks right assuming your using steel IC pipes.

As for the gauge.. I really like having one myself, and the XD-16 is the most expensive, but as Ben said it's the only true digital gauge that Innovate offers (the DB gauges use an analog signal, and translate that to a digital readout) meaning it's the only one that can provide error codes and allow for re-cal from the gauge panel. It is $200 for the gauge so it's a bit pricey and I can't make the call for you-- As Ben stated he's as cheap as they come () and you saw his comments... so you can make the call. You can always add the XD-16 later too though it's a few bucks extra that way.
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Unless im reading that wrong isnt that an extra $200? I have the money i just dont know if its worth it... but i guess if something gets screwed up i would like to know.
Yeah it's every bit as expensive as the LC, which sucks, but there have been a couple of times where I found the gauge INVALUABLE. I can think of two such times easily: When I was dealing sensor overheats, and the time my LC-1 decided to recalibrate while driving. However because I was alerted to what was happening, I was able to make it home w/o incident or damage. It also will tell you when the sensor is heating up. I believe if you have any analog gauge, the analog gauge will read full rich during warm up. Which isn't very helpful when you're trying to tweak your cold start fueling.

Also what is neat, though in a tech-geek kind of way, you can make any of the gauge's LED outer markers light up any color. I believe the default wb gauge markers are green when rich, fading to white around stoich, then fading to red as it gets lean. The color changes are gradual, meaning you can know ballpark AFR from the color. I took it a step further and made my WOT boost targets (11.8-12.0:1) blue. So if I got full throttle, I don't have to actually watch the gauge, just have to see blue in the corner of my eye. And if it's not blue, get out of it. That made tuning my FMU real easy, without having to keep the laptop in the car.

<edit> also, if you were planning on getting a narrowband gauge, take $50 off the price of the xd to make the comparison fair

<double edit> the xd has a light sensor on it. gets brighter in sunlight and dim at night. so it doesn't blind you at night. It's wonderful. I HATED my previous $50 nb at night. It would blind the crap out of me, so I ended up taping an index card over it. No joke.

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+1 on adding the gauge. I originally bought just the LC-1 and bought a used XD off ebay.
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that last bit sold me... on my way do diy.
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I wish i had a XD but i don't wanna pay the $$ so i will just leave it alone it is very nice though
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Since us 1.6 guys did such a good job on taking this thread sideways from its intended topic, if you have questions related to the 94-95 MSPNP, please take them HERE
where we will do our best to keep that thread on topic.

We'll keep this one open too, for everyone to enjoy.

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