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Mega-squirt standalone ECU's

Old 22-Apr-2007, 09:45 PM
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Mega-squirt standalone ECU's

Just curious...

I know ppl on here mostly use crome or hondata when it comes to tuning your hondas... but has anyone here tried using Megasquirt???

We are using it on our 87 mr2 autocross car, complete standalone system and it's been working great. Over the past month we've been dialing in our toyota with a 13.5psi supercharger pulley kit and custom EDIS ignition system (all installed by my two friends and I).

I have seen one person on the net use a megasquirt stand alone ecu on a b16a2 with itb's and other mild mods (head work etc...) with great success. (for those of you who seem to go ape-sh*t when ever someone mentions itb's...forget I said it )

So just curious if anyone here has used megasquirt on a honda or any other car and would care to comment on what they think of it.


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Old 24-Apr-2007, 10:01 PM
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Ok ok....one person at a time!!!...lol.

I guess nobody has heard of mega-squirt.....or nobody likes me...









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