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 Post subject: Best ECU option...
PostPosted: Wed May 18, 2011 12:19 pm 
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Need a standalone for my car and looking to see if anyone can assemble me a megasquirt that would work well for my application and about how much it would be... engine is fully built with heavily worked head from Jess -- wiseco 75mm custom forged 9:1 pistons, .5mm oversized stainless valves, equal length stainless manifold from jess, stock 1g DSM 14b turbo, 450cc injectors, custom billet fuel rail, aeromotive adjustable boost reference FPR, 255lph fuel pump. Only thing im missing right now is cams as my stock ones got tore up and i am still looking for replacements.

Any help would be great since right now im stock ecu/maf with fuel pressure turned down and apexi SAFC tuned into 11.0:1 afr under 10psi boost...i like the megasquirt price being down below $500 but has anyone had good success with it on our cars and how hard is wiring, or does someone have an adapter kit yet?

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 Post subject: Re: Best ECU option...
PostPosted: Sun May 29, 2011 10:04 pm 
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Don't mean to thread jack here, but a wideband can be used without an aftermarket engine management?

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 Post subject: Re: Best ECU option...
PostPosted: Sun May 29, 2011 10:28 pm 
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steve05 wrote:
Need a standalone for my car and looking to see if anyone can assemble me a megasquirt that would work well for my application and about how much it would be...


i can assemble one for you, test it, and load the code but you'll have to wire it and tune the damned thing. i couldn't do it much cheaper than diyautotune.com though. they sell assembled units.

it'd take me a weekend if i got another one that was a monsoon. i'm plenty busy on my own megasquirt project. :D

mightbegiant wrote:
Don't mean to thread jack here, but a wideband can be used without an aftermarket engine management?


if that's a question and not a statement, yes, you can use a good wideband afr gauge and it will emulate a narrow band response and output that to a stock ecu. the meter will still display the afr in wideband mode while the stock ecu just thinks it's hooked up to very stable narrow band o2 sensor.

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 Post subject: Re: Best ECU option...
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die! you spammer hack job!

i hope that your legs grow together after your wife gives you the clap! :twisted:

:!: don't click on the links in the post above. :!:

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 Post subject: Re: Best ECU option...
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Look at their post time and registration date to get an idea of what time zone they actually are spamming from.
I've noticed the spammers you spot all have registered (supposedly) a certain time before they post.
There is an 18 hour difference between their registration 'date/time' and their post date/time.
Considering this to be one and the same time, you can zero in on their Country of Origin.

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 Post subject: Re: Best ECU option...
PostPosted: Thu Sep 15, 2011 9:48 pm 
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i don't give a jolly roger where they come from......

i hate spammers with a pulsating purple passion and i wish they would die. :twisted:

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 Post subject: Re: Best ECU option...
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Spam be gone :lol:

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suprf1y wrote:
Spam be gone :lol:

You could delete the posts discussing the spam too.

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After telling people to flag the spam, and not to reply to it numerous times, you eventually just give up and delete the spam.

Thanks for your help though :P

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 Post subject: Re: Best ECU option...
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if i had the spammer hammer, i'd crush them. :twisted:

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