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Old 10-08-2012, 06:59 PM   #21
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Band aids doesn't mean you're engine is gonna blow up silly noob. It just doesn't give you as much tuneablility (is that a word) as a standalone ECU.
Which causes your engine to blow up, since your engine needs the correct amount of fuel.
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Dude... it still delivers the proper amount of fuel. If it didn't they wouldn't sell it. Its a RRFPR, it has one job, that job is to raise the amount of fuel sent to the injectors when the car hits boost. Is it the best way to get fuel? No. Am I using my fuel to the most efficient form? No. Can I get more boost? No. Will it give me the right amount of fuel? Yes. Will it do its job? Yes. Will it give me the power goals I want at this time? Yes. Please, don't **** on peoples ideas/threads. If he wants to keep the set-up, or I want it don't blast it. especially when you claim to be a noob but you have 300 something posts. Obviously you have learned next to nothing. Someone explained to me why MS would be better and cost about the same. (If you put some work into it) What you linked was worthless information about MS. So please, don't bring that up. If you can't get it that this set up is cheap, reliable boost then you are an idiot. For 800 bucks~ you can increase the power of the Miata by 50% and not blow something up.
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Old 10-08-2012, 08:06 PM   #23
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Someone explained to me why MS would be better and cost about the same. (If you put some work into it)
Yeah, lots of work. Plug it in, connect to laptop, drive.
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If it was that simple, everyone would do it. You're an idiot.
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Old 10-09-2012, 11:38 AM   #25
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If I were you I wouldnt keep the powercard with a turbo. Hold off on putting the turbo on and get a MS. Sell the kit as a whole and then get the standalone. All that the powercard does is dump fuel. Ask me how I know.

Flippyheadlights is a good person to sell the kit to. He is easy to call up and more than willing to work with you. GLWS
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Old 10-09-2012, 12:03 PM   #26
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i understand, but im a college student and this is my only car...cant afford to have it sitting in a garage till i buy mega squirt so id rather use the "bandaids" for a month to get my finances in order before going megasquirt. as of right now, without the fuel and such, flippyheadlights ill take 650 +ship. and maybe we can work something out on once i get MS to grab the extras. lots of people interested in this
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Old 10-09-2012, 12:32 PM   #27
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Dude I'm in the same boat, this is why I'll be using the same set up. It needs to be plug and play. Sure its limited, but it works for the time being.

That seems fair for the supercharger. Take it all off, take the blower apart, if it looks good we will talk cash. I'm ready when you are hombre.

Thanks Mighty for the compliment. Hope everything has worked out on your end.
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No problem. Im not saying to have your car down. What I am saying is run the car naturally aspirated for a week or two until you can get everything ordered. Dont forget that a turbo isnt just a bolt on application like the supercharger. You have to have all of your lines ran and alot of other then in order to run it.

And flippy if this doesnt work out for you I will be in contact with you in about a week.
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Orly? Good news there. But Mighty is right on all accounts. Turbos produce more power then a supercharger, but with that comes a bit more attention. Hence why I'm going with a supercharger while the Miata is still my DD.
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bump for just taking this whole thing off today :]
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Old 10-31-2012, 08:47 PM   #31
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I want it!
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Old 11-01-2012, 08:48 PM   #32
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payment has been made by flippyheadlights, and the item will be sent shortly. :]
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