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Re: HELP NEEDED - EFI ECU options for turbo A15
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correction - 'not' the simplest
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Posted on: 5/10 23:04
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Re: GO THE TURBO DATTO !!!
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Sorry - saw the name and jump to a conclusion
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Posted on: 5/10 23:01
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GO THE TURBO DATTO !!!
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Posted on: 5/8 0:59
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Re: HELP NEEDED - EFI ECU options for turbo A15
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+1 for what DD said ( Microsquirt/megasquirt )

Your TUNER will tell you which one he likes to use. Keep him happy
If your tuner is familiar with Microsquirt ( SIMPLEST and CHEAPEST )
then I can recommend it - has been working on mine fine for years
If your on a budget then your probably going to run a 'simple as possible'
system so the more expensive ecu's will have a huge amount of options that your
not ever going to use.

I/we ( acknowledge the tuner ) didn't use half the options(wires) available on the
microsquirt)
Just my 2 cents
dp

Posted on: 5/7 22:08
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Re: Your thoughts on electronic dizzys?
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I have them on all my N/A motors and never had a problem.
No noticable power increase but simple to wire up ( just need an extra +ve 12v to them )
I bought the ones with compatable coils for an extra few bucks
dp

Posted on: 5/2 23:12
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Re: Kermit the beat up Sedan
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Now then, its time to get one with the Coupe and stop wasting your conciderable efforts with models that have too many doors
( "sound off stockwhip cracking" )

dp

Posted on: 4/28 7:48
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Re: FS5W63A-front cover removal
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I can sympathise with you. Yep mine was an absolute B...CH to get off.
Ended up making a tool get under a few edges at once and went very slowly
dp

Posted on: 4/28 7:43
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Re: SSS ute for sale
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Pretty fair price. If it 'as is' in the photos and no bad hidden rudt issues

Posted on: 3/23 23:51
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Re: Selling 1200 wagon
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If you do decide to separate can I have first dibs on the H89 with roller rockers
- You know I'll follow through Nick having bought from you before

cheers dp

Posted on: 3/8 4:22
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Re: Coupes Unite!
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They're multiplying

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Posted on: 3/8 4:15
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