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MrWOT
01-31-2010, 06:31 PM
http://www.ms3efi.com/product.html


Features:

(Based on full featured MS3+MS3X+V3.57)
Speed-density, alpha-n or MAF for fuelling calculations
16x16 fuel tables in 0.1% steps with true interpolation and movable rows/columns
16x16 spark tables in 0.1 degree steps with true interpolation and movable rows/columns
Wall-wetting transient fuel control for better driveability
On board datalogging to SDcard (max 333Hz sample rate)
Tuning by serial or built-in USB-serial port.
8 channels sequential fuel (hi-z injectors or max one low-z per channel)
2 additional fuel channels (hi-z or low-z)
8 channels sequential spark (logic level output)
6 channels relay drive
4 'spare' analogue inputs
Two wideband oxygen sensor input (external controller required)
GM-style stepper idle control
2 and 3 wire PWM idle control
Closed loop idle control
Closed loop mixture control - ideally with wideband
Closed loop boost control
Two stage nitrous control
2 step type launch control
CAN communications to interconnect other Megasquirt products e.g. transmission controller
Table switching, mainly for dual fuel use.
Staged injection
Individual cylinder injector trim
Injector phase timing
Individual cylinder spark trim
Support for numerous OEM trigger wheel patterns.

That has EVERYTHING I want in an EMS, finally :)

lburner
01-31-2010, 06:51 PM
im behind you 100%.....

shit when you fig... out how to use the dam thing i need some help.. i been to 10+ tuners in 30 miles of my house and they all say (Mega what) its just funny how ppl say they been tuning for 15 - 20 years but wont fuck with anything they dont know about.. if your a good tuner then you should be able to work with anything but thats what happens when you live in gay ass delaware

MrWOT
01-31-2010, 07:23 PM
Bah, in typical MS fashion it says it is available their listed suppliers, none of the websites has it up yet.

Shadowlife25
01-31-2010, 09:28 PM
It is interesting though.

joe's gt
02-01-2010, 10:24 AM
Me want!

88st165
02-01-2010, 01:19 PM
Is the ms3 able to work off the stock toyota distributor? I know it would not with previous versions.

Freshnicity
02-01-2010, 02:27 PM
Dopppppe

Out of my league though. Think ill stick with the MS PNP to start things off

KoreanJoey
02-02-2010, 03:46 AM
Is the ms3 able to work off the stock toyota distributor? I know it would not with previous versions.

Sure it could, you'd just have to cut some of the teeth off.

OR just run EDIS, or run 1zz,2zz or 3mz COP. Built in igniter.

Celiblue
02-05-2010, 01:19 AM
how much does it run for?