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Posted: Tue Jun 05, 2007 11:56 pm 
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Hi All
I've been looking at the MS II (mega squirt two) kits from the states. I'm thinking of buying some and putting them together since they are a really powerful yet economical ECU.

Just want to see if people (preferably in WA) would be interested in buying the MegaSquirts II (in a falcon ECU case, ready to be plugged in).

If theres enough interest it'll be good because you'll have access to affordable aftermarket ecus and i'll be able to afford to make them avaliable.

How much would everyone be willing to pay?

 

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Posted: Wed Jun 06, 2007 10:04 pm 
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approximate price?

 

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Posted: Wed Jun 06, 2007 10:12 pm 
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i'm guessing around the $800 mark. Have not had a close look at costs involved, it appears that it'll be worth doing it at around that cost. However, other places are charging $1000, these folks have more experiance, they are probably charging more because of that and they are better equipted to provide better customer service. I'll do my best to offer after-sales support. When it comes to tuning the MSII the customer will have to get their hands on a laptop and play with the code theirselves. I know theres a lot of open software on the internet which can help explain how to do it and give you a head start. I would'nt say that tuning yourself is a bad thing, the versatility that the customer can program for theirselves is a selling point of the MSII and no paying a tuner hundreds of dollars to thrash your car is a good things also :P

 

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lukey 2.5" sports exhaust
Chopper 19"x245 mags
pioneer deck, 6"x1.5" Splits (F) and 6" 3-way speakers (R)
Precision response 4x 100w amp and 1000w mono 10" sub
Got so much more to go!
tint, breaks and spoiler next!

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