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Old 11-16-2009, 02:49 PM   #1
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Miata Link programmable ecu. This came off of my supercharged 1.8L 1995 miata. This is plug and play at the harness for 94 and 95 motors and can be wired to 96 and 97. The car ran perfectly with this set up when it was removed. I pulled the Link only because I got a free AEM EMS and upped the boost on my whipple to over 19 psi. The current program is calibrated for 500cc/min injectors. This would make a perfect upgrade to anyone running a boosted application with piggybacks. This auction is for the complete set-up including a brand new serial link to laptop cable that I just paid $150 for last year. It also includes the air intake sensor (AIT), Link's stand alone manifold pressure sensor (MAP), complete manual, hand held programmer and link ECU with case. This ECU is programmed to handle up to 18.7 psi! Try that with your piggyback voodoo, AFM, rising rate FMU, etc. The only down side to this ecu is that the output interface for the handheld programmer on the board needs to be re-soildered, this does not affect its function. Leave it as is and it will start up and run perfectly, or resoilder the I/O and have a fully programmable ECU with a hand held interface (makes a laptop optional and also doubles as a digital dash) for less than the cost of the sensors! Lots of good information is available on Flyin' Miata's web site

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What will i need to make this work with a 93?
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Old 11-16-2009, 03:55 PM   #3
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This kit was designed for the 1.8L BP motors. It would probably require a bit of a rewire to get the pins to match at the ecu for a 1.6. Plus I'm guessing a 1.8L throttle body for the idle air controller.
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So you are saying the solder is broken on the board itself where the ribbon cable connects? PM sent.
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Old 11-16-2009, 08:57 PM   #5
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So you are saying the solder is broken on the board itself where the ribbon cable connects? PM sent.
Exactly. I consulted all the Link Guru's and that's what I was told was most likely causing the ecu to not be able to download or upload new files. I'm told that this is a known issue with the Link ECUs. You'd just have to resoilder the pins I'm told to put in a different tune or use the hand held. But it runs great the way it is now. The tune that is in it now would be perfect for almost any car, as it's a very safe tune, as long as you have the 550cc injectors with the stock fuel pressure.
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Old 11-16-2009, 09:01 PM   #6
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Also, I have a 100% positive feedback on both ebay and LS1tech.com where I've had the same accounts for more than 6 years. I recently bought a set of hoosiers, team dynamics wheels, and a radiator shroud from 'CSpence' here on miataturbo.net. He'd probably vouch for me. Check out his cool stuff here.

https://www.miataturbo.net/forum/t33438/
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So, did you use 500 or 550 injectors? and reply to your PM, thanks!
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The injectors used were RC 550cc/min with a stock fuel pressure regulator.

Saturated Injector SL4-0550

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Old 11-17-2009, 10:21 PM   #9
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I also just posted these ultra-low custom sliding seat mounts that I made for sale:

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Do you know if the link will fit a 01 Miata with VVti??
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Do you know if the link will fit a 01 Miata with VVti??
It wont
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Sale pending, thanks!
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Do you know if the link will fit a 01 Miata with VVti??
The guys are right. This is plug and play at the harness for 94 and 95 motors and can be wired to 96 and 97. No cash in hand yet, and the ebay auction still has the buy it now option. I'm going to get a picture of the questionable connector for zoomin later today and I'll post it here.
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Maybe I wasn't very clear in my question ...I don't care about the harness ...I am asking if the link itself will fit a 2001 Miata or if there are differences in the link piggybacks depending on the years..
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Maybe I wasn't very clear in my question ...I don't care about the harness ...I am asking if the link itself will fit a 2001 Miata or if there are differences in the link piggybacks depending on the years..
The link is not a piggyback. It's a complete new ECU board. You take apart the old ECU and then re-use just the case. This sale if for a link already installed in a stock case. The 95 that this came out of had the ecu mounted behind the passenger seat, just like every other NA and NB. So in that regard, it should "fit" every miata. Re use your stock ecu mounting bracket, or some double sided velcro and you're good to go.

But if your goal is to actually control vvti this is not for you.
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ok then...not for me, it is...

thanx again
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Here's some pics of the questionable connector

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payment sent, I just hope the problem is as small as you said, thanks!
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Thanks! I'll have it in the mail tomarrow!
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