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    Re: Microsquirt (less expensive/super compact/less feature version of megasquirt)

    MS2 Is also available in kit form. If you have the skills to build it I would recommend going that route. I paid just under $300 for my megasquirt.

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    Re: Microsquirt (less expensive/super compact/less feature version of megasquirt)

    Fully welded and balanced.






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    Re: Microsquirt (less expensive/super compact/less feature version of megasquirt)

    Now do you plan to cut a dowel pin in it or something to "key" it to the crank? Is the play that is in the bolt holes enough to throw your timing off?

    I'd actually like to try and do this to eliminate the factory pickup at some point. Seems to float around too much.
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    Re: Microsquirt (less expensive/super compact/less feature version of megasquirt)

    Quote Originally Posted by wheming View Post
    Now do you plan to cut a dowel pin in it or something to "key" it to the crank? Is the play that is in the bolt holes enough to throw your timing off?

    I'd actually like to try and do this to eliminate the factory pickup at some point. Seems to float around too much.
    Yes, play in hole can throw off a few degree of timing, but there is no need to key it, I can check ignition timing with a timing gun and then adjust base timing within Tuner Studio (Megasquirt/Microsquirt tuning software)

    You may want to buy a 36-1 wheel ring while I have them for sale.

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    Re: Microsquirt (less expensive/super compact/less feature version of megasquirt)

    Thanks Harry.
    I think i should, at least I'll have one for the future.
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    Re: Microsquirt (less expensive/super compact/less feature version of megasquirt)

    Megalog Viewer is awesome.


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    Re: Microsquirt (less expensive/super compact/less feature version of megasquirt)

    Quote Originally Posted by tryingbe View Post
    Megalog Viewer is awesome.

    Yes it is. I used that and tunerstudio on buddies megasquirt cars.

    5.0 mustang and a 97 eclipse with the Chrysler 2.0 that he turbocharged.

    Makes it real nice to tune.

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    Re: Microsquirt (less expensive/super compact/less feature version of megasquirt)

    I'll third that MegaLogViewer is great. I've been having fits trying to get the SD card logging to work on my MS3X. I think/hope i have it figured out now.
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    Re: Microsquirt (less expensive/super compact/less feature version of megasquirt)

    I haven't exactly found an answer searching the Web about Microsquirt or Megasquirt.

    I saw in your first post you list "o2 sensor (AEM Uego with 5v output)".

    Do they allow for the use of a wideband o2 sensor directly or do they require an aftermarket controller and only use the controller's output signal?

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    Re: Microsquirt (less expensive/super compact/less feature version of megasquirt)

    Quote Originally Posted by Dan H View Post
    I haven't exactly found an answer searching the Web about Microsquirt or Megasquirt.

    I saw in your first post you list "o2 sensor (AEM Uego with 5v output)".

    Do they allow for the use of a wideband o2 sensor directly or do they require an aftermarket controller and only use the controller's output signal?
    As far as I know, all MS require a separate wideband controller, same as require a knock controller for a knock sensor.

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    Re: Microsquirt (less expensive/super compact/less feature version of megasquirt)

    Quote Originally Posted by tryingbe View Post
    As far as I know, all MS require a separate wideband controller, same as require a knock controller for a knock sensor.
    i suppose the diyautotune knock board for the MS3 technically is a separate knock controller though its integrated into the MS3 and controlled by the software.

    but yes, you need a separate wideband.

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