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Old 10-11-2008, 10:28 PM   #1  
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whats difference between the 2 mega squirts i have the first one the aluminum box

i see the white/red mega is it better or the same thing plz give your input

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the white/red is the MS PNP. it comes ready to plug directly into your factory harness. Both can be made to run the car completely. MSPNP is only available for 90-97 Miatas.

MSPNP is not OBDII compliant where as a custom built MS made to run in parallel with your stock ECU can be OBDII compliant.

new MSPNP = $700+
you can build a custom MS with all the bells and whistles for $300ish
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