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Old 07-06-2014, 02:44 PM   #1
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Default NB Link Piggyback ECU - OBDII Emissions Legal

After 2 years of boosted fun I've finally gone to a Rev Built MS3. Up for sale is my FM Link Piggy Back ECU. It's run the car fantastically for the last 3 years, including passing OBDII emissions several times.

This will fit any NB2 car (2001 and up) and includes control for fuel and timing once in boost. I have everything you need including the extra fuel rail, lines (setup to plug right into stock locations with stock clips), injectors (Rx7 Red Top?), special intake manifold (to hold the extra 4 injectors), wiring harness, O2 clamp and ECU / keypad. (**This will also fit a 1999/2000 but you'll need a different intake manifold. Pretty sure FM still has the 1999 manifold I sent as an exchange for the 2002 one I needed)

I've run this setup for over 2 years and many track days with great success. I've run it with 6-14 PSI of boost (though 10 seems to be the real sweet spot). The timing and fuel are fully adjustable and includes a very conservative Flyin' Miata factory tune. There are not a whole lot of these NB piggy back setups around and it's the only fully integrated Fuel & Timing ECU that I'm aware of that is also OBDII emissions legal.

It's definitely not a MegaSquirt, but for no hassle, emissions friendly boost, it can't be beat.

I guess I'll start with an asking price of $450 (+ shipping from Atlanta) and see where things go. I paid more for the setup originally without the fuel rail or keypad.







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Old 07-07-2014, 01:01 PM   #2
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This looks unique, Do you have any pics of this all assembled under the hood? Did you run a strut bar and did it clear?
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Old 07-07-2014, 02:20 PM   #3
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It is fairly unique. It's an FM kit that's out of production.

It may fit with a strut bar, but it'll be close over the fuel rail. My car does not have a bar.

Here's a picture under the hood. The fuel rail replaced the stock line that runs under the lower intake manifold.



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Whoa the fuel rail is out there, yea I don't think this will work for me. The strut bar and catch can will definitely hit. Looks amazing though glws.
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Are you willing to part with the keypad to the ecu?
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Are you willing to part with the kaypad? Maybe we can work a deal on the whole thing..
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was the case redone?
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Sorry, not willing to part with the keypad since the '99 and up ECU doesn't support the serial link.

I actually built the keypad from scratch since I couldn't find an affordable one. I have some details on building a Link Keypad in the Link ECU section of MT.net. It wasn't terribly hard and I'm no electronics guru.
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