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Hentai's 1992 Mazda Miata (15th) 
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Make: Mazda
Model: Miata \ MX5
Engine: B6-ZE
Capacity: 96ci \ 1.6l
Power Adders: turbocharger T3 60 trim
Hardware: Jaguar A3

Videos will be up shortly.

Startup of the vehicle running FreeEMS\Jaguar
http://youtu.be/ZsdH882TuxU

Idling and some rev action with flat 10 table
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2DRq3ZD2 ... e=youtu.be

This has been sponsored by DeuceEFI, Fred, FreeEMS, as well as many others down the road that have helped.

<masterkorp> also its a very long tradition to do a burnout
I don't care for burnouts so instead I shall get a video of me doing a long pull or something of that nature


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Sun Nov 18, 2012 12:21 am
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Congrats, man! :-) Onwards and upwards!

From skype: starts almost instantly :-) Just wait till the decoder is fine tuned and the engine tuned :-)

Fred.

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Congrats!!!

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Way to go!

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Cool, Another engine running on a Jaguar PCB and FreeEMS :-)

Congratulations, Hentai !!

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Mon Nov 19, 2012 1:40 am
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The car will be now weened off the megasquirt. Now to cover wiring and enclose the jaguar and remove the megasquirt.
To make flashing the ecu easy I may run some wiring out to the ecu case and have a 2 pin connector that connects to a switch on the dash somewhere that can be flipped on and off to enable easy flashing.

I haven't tested yet, didn't have time, went to a local drag event to help support the alcohol drag car owner but I am planing to test stock igintion pieces to figure out if they work as well, I bet they will.


Mon Nov 19, 2012 5:44 am
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Love your work and I absolutely epicly lol'd at this

Hentai wrote:
I shall get a video of me doing a long pull


LOL :-)


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Hentai wrote:
To make flashing the ecu easy I may run some wiring out to the ecu case and have a 2 pin connector that connects to a switch on the dash somewhere that can be flipped on and off to enable easy flashing.

Make it a momentary switch (unless you want to use it like an immobiliser too) and also externalise the CEL LED for feedback. Don't try to use the one in your dash just yet, though. Just make it separate.

LOL @ Dan.

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