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Old 04-22-2015, 07:41 AM
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So I just picked up an adjustable powercard pro and a timing card that came with the MP62 kit for a '95. Kinda did a shoot with the hip move as from what I understood, I could potentially adapt the adjustability to make it work on my '94 M45, albeit maybe not perfect.

So the question is, are these interchangeable, and if not what are the differences between the powercards from a MP62 and M45. Could I adapt the MP62 powercard for M45 use, or should I abandon all hope.

Other option is to run a JR BTC with a msd and bipes rpm controller (just have to figure out how to wire the bipes to it...)

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both have lights and buttons...
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The other option is to run a proper ecu.
But to answer the question: there is no difference.
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The other option is to run a proper ecu.
But to answer the question: there is no difference.
Which.... should speak volumes.
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I was waiting for this debate to start. Plan is to run powercards, get frustrated, convince bank account I need a MS, and go that route next season
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Originally Posted by jkspeed View Post
I was waiting for this debate to start. Plan is to run powercards, get frustrated, convince bank account I need a MS, and go that route next season
Realism is best ism.
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I have the Track Dog Racing cards and they're....fine.

As far as I know they're the same as the ones you've got.

I'm pretty happy with what I was able to set up with them, but am sure I could do better w/ megasquirt. No standalone means I can still work an NYS OBD2 emissions inspection, so I've kept them.

I have a copy of the manuals if you need them, I had a hard time tracking them down.
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Yea if you could post them up or pm me them that'd be great. The more info the better, I only have tidbits so far.
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I have the Track Dog Racing cards and they're....fine.

As far as I know they're the same as the ones you've got.

I'm pretty happy with what I was able to set up with them, but am sure I could do better w/ megasquirt. No standalone means I can still work an NYS OBD2 emissions inspection, so I've kept them.

I have a copy of the manuals if you need them, I had a hard time tracking them down.
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