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Old 05-08-2007, 08:29 PM   #1
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Default Group buy: DIYAutoTune MegaSquirt PNP for 1.6 Miata



We're pleased to announce our new partnership with the leading MegaSquirt experts, DIYAutoTune.

To celebrate becoming the very first Miata-oriented MegaSquirt vendor in the world, we're running a group buy on 20 MSPNP units for 1990-1993 Miatas at $50 off the $700 retail price.

Visit our website for details on the group buy:

http://miataroadster.com/mspnp.html

Thanks in advance for the opportunity to help you tune your Miata!
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I know this technically should be in the GB section, but I moved it to the main For Sale section so it would see better traffic. Left a redirect, and I'll sticky it for a couple of days. Good luck Bill!

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Is there a handy comparison between the MS and the Link ECU?
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yeah, the MS is better and cheaper.
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We've made an XLS comparison matrix that you can download here:

http://miataroadster.com/brands/mega...ison_70511.xls

Please let us know if you have any further questions!

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Good comparison, nice that you guys didn't screw it in your favour. Can the MSPNP do boost control?

How much additionally would it be to support:
-Knock sensor
-Boost control
-MegaView

Is the launch control basicially a 2 stage rev limiter activated by the clutch (or other button)?

This is really cool, had I not bought a link already I would have been all over this. Great job!
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We included an input for the KnockSenseMS box available at www.viatrack.ca -- $58 shipped, plus $25 for a used sensor if you need it.

MegaView will work with the MSPNP just as well as any MS1 Extra ECU-- we have the MegaView available in DIY kit form for $135.

Boost control is not supported at this time.

Launch control is supported-- and can use the stock clutch switch or you can wire in a button if you prefer (which IMO works better than the stock switch). We did make it super easy to use the stock switch though...


As for skewing things-- I really don't see any reason to skew results/comparisons/etc-- The way I see it is I've been a performance parts consumer all my life, and now as of the last 3 years I'm a manufacturer... it always ticked me off when I was promised results on a part that didn't deliver... I just don't see the point as I never trusted that company again. Anything I report on my products is going to be just as honest and straightforward as I know how to be. If I'm not that way then you're going to know it when you put the part on your car, and that ruins our reputation and smears my word-- and I can't have that... I want the product to speak for itself.
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hmm, the MegaSquirt PNP makes me want to get another Miata.
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Hmm perhaps his prices went up. My knocksensems was $98 with the sensor, including standard shipping. Took appx 1 week to receive.
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Last call!

The $50 off group buy closes at the end of the day on Friday, 5/18/07.

See our "New and Hot" listing: http://www.miata.net/products/hot/

See details on our site: http://miataroadster.com/mspnp.html
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sounds like this one is done.
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