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Old 10-14-2006, 04:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Thought I would toss this out for those who want to try thier hand at tuning, It's Megasquirt and it can be used standalone or piggy back.

It,s good for those who want better control over the fuel and great for high boost applications

* *MegaSquirt - Electronic Fuel Injection Computer by Bowling & Grippo * *
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There are tons of other choices as well, but megasquirts probably one of the better ones
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what else is out there that is just as good if not better then megasquirt?
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You have the apexi line "Safc 1 and 2 and neo" also the Emangement. I love the apexi Safc
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sorry to dig up old threads, but.......

megasquirt is a diy (you assemble, you tune, you repair and upgrade) standalone that controls fuel and timing on 12x12 maps, as well as addons, such as:
boost control
traction control
launch control
knock sense
wideband 02 support
datalogging
etc, etc

i'm currently running it on my 85 supra. i went from 192cc injectors to 720cc injectors, N/A to a Garrett T61/T4 at 14psi, AFM to MAP sensor (removed the restrictive flapper afm)

it's great for lifting restrictions on injector size, airflow, and ignition types limited by factory engine management

leaves GReddy emanage and apex-i safc in the dust
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