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Old 04-06-2013, 09:51 PM   #1
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Default na8 oil pan 85 shipped

1.8 oil pan - 85 shipped
oil pan was tapped for an oil return line, but it was in a stupid place. it's plugged and does not leak. the oil return location is basically useless.



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I'm interested in the megasquirt. Can you confirm its for a 95.

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yes it is.
i'm not exactly sure how to confirm 100% but lemme take it apart and take some pics of the board.
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It's wired for 94-95 harness yes. I moved around a few of the inputs/outputs when I had it- you might have to double check those to make sure they make sense for your setup.
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aaron, can you elaborate cause i don't really remember what you did.
there was one wire that had to be moved for ac...
and then something for boost control.
was there anything else?
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I will try to dig it up in sent email or something... I can't remember if I physically wrote it down anywhere...
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Think I just did the standard outputs/inputs per what DIYautotune does in their guides.

WLED- coolant fans
ALED- VICS , one of the wires out of the DB15 (because philly had a 99 motor)
PA0- boost control, out of the DB15
Third wire out of the DB15 for wideband signal input
Should be good to go and wired up for A/C etc as well
Can't confirm, but FLEX is probably wired to clutch switch for launch control/flatfoot shifting
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thanks aaron
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How many miles on the wideband?
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i actually don't know.
i got it used and never installed it.
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I picked up a DDM radio surround last week from Fowler and I can't say enough great things about it... really surprised yours isn't gone yet. They very rarely come up for sale used!

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thanks!
i thought it would be sold quickly as well.
is the price fair?
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diypnp sold
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thanks!
i thought it would be sold quickly as well.
is the price fair?
I definitely think it's fair! New they are $80 and DDM want's $15 to ship them.... Which is why I held off so long on buying a new one! $100 for it seemed like too much IMO
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ok cool. thanks!
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Would you be able to get some more pics of the radio surround? Is it stainless or gloss black? Is it marked up on the top left? What are the holes in the middle for? Can it be flipped for the gauges on the top and radio on the bottom?

Sorry about all the dumb questions but the DDM Works is pretty sparse.
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upon further review, it actually says rspeed on the side of it. so i guess it's not a ddmworks per se.

there are some very minor scratches which can barely be seen.

no you cannot flip it.



scratches which you can't even see



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