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Unread 09-23-2008, 08:09 AM   #21
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I was referring to the cost of the kit, wiring, relay box, and O2 sensor setup.

The ECU itself is $247 in kit form.
1990 Toyota Supra Turbo, White/Maroon Leather, 5-speed, Targa
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Quite the heated debate we have going on here.

Personally, I like the MS. I managed to shave .3 seconds off my ET on the strip and add roughly 200kms to the tank (highway) with nothing more than tuning, so it must work at least a little. The only real issue I have ever had was tuning the cold start, by which I mean below 0c, and getting the ISCV to work properly.

As for the tables, the MSII will use the 4 nearest cells to figure out the amount of fuel it should be using. But hey, maybe they all do that.

Now I'm not trying to say the MS is better or worse than other systems. Just that I got what I needed for a good price and it seems to do the job quite well. I also enjoyed building it and learned quite a bit about how EFI works in the process.

Supraless at the moment.

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1989 Toyota MR2 Smallport 4AGE running MegaSquirt EFI.
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