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Old 12-28-2014, 10:55 AM   #1
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Default FS: MegaSquirtPNP G2 MM9697 for the 96-97 Mazda Miata, manual trans

I am selling a MegaSquirtPNP G2 MM9697 for the 96-97 Mazda Miata, manual trans located in St. Louis, Mo. Comes with GM IAT, and serial to usb adapter. I am looking for $600 OBO shipped to the lower 48. I will consider trades, I am mainly looking for a powercard or other tuning solution that will allow me to pass OBD2 readiness tests.
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Not to derail the thread, but there should be ways to pass emissions testing with a MS installed.

For instance I just looked over MO's emissions exemptions:
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Vehicles driven less than 12,000 miles between required inspections every 2 years. You must complete a Mileage-Based Exemption Request (Form MO 780-1972) and submit it to the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) before registering your vehicle.
Now imagine if your gauge cluster failed.. and you had to replace it.. but then you fixed the original one.. and put it back in.

You could also consider Historic tags (not sure how old a car has to be for that in MO.)
Or building a harness that would allow you to run both ECUs
Or just swap in the stock parts every 2 years. (stock ecu, run wideband in narrowband emulation mode, make sure you have a catalytic converter, stock injectors, disconnect the wastegate so you dont build boost)
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Shoot me an email. Definitely interested. [email protected]
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Now imagine if your gauge cluster failed.. and you had to replace it.. but then you fixed the original one.. and put it back in.
just unhook the speedo cable behind gauges. its 12 philips head screws to undo hood gauges and the plastic bs around the wheel

youll still have rpms just no mph

yay for simple
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Sale pending. I will create a new thread if anything falls through.
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