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Eunos pilgrim here

Postby WILLCEE51 » Sun May 16, 2021 10:30 pm

hi .pilgrim to MX5 Miata ,Eunos but not to vehicles, have built perhaps 40 from shells road cars,rally, hillclimb, race.. over a long lifetime, this mk1 Eunos 93 may end up being my last build , so take pity on me..No.. tell me I'm bl**dy mad at my age.. anyhow despite myself i have managed to pick up from deepest Somerset all the way to Coleraine, North Coast of N.Ireland, a well used,170, 000miles ex Jap import,damp but almost rust free Eunos 1.6 auto followed next Tuesday DV a Mazda 1.8vvt mill and 5sp box complete. Ready i hope for the transplant.. I might have new rings and bearings and a head skim done just to make sure..its needs some care new carpets new paint new susp... ANY advice on stand alone ECU'S invited.. cheers will
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Re: Eunos pilgrim here

Postby Mazda Mender » Mon May 17, 2021 5:59 am

It use to be the Megasquirts that were popular , then moved to the ME221, I think we have progressed since then to a new number ME? , My project next year is a Mk 1 with a VVT implant but I will be using the OE loom and ECU etc as I am heading for a MK 1 that's using all standard equipment but upgraded, Thomas as just implated a VVT into a MK 1 and I am sure he will jump in with what he used .
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Re: Eunos pilgrim here

Postby Lumphammer » Wed Jun 02, 2021 9:11 am

Hi Will,

Sorry only just seen your post - welcome!

I've not jet got my car on the road, I've used an ME442 and to date I'm quite pleased with it. My criticisms are that the mechanical design has some minor points that could be better - the mechanical anchorage on the USB port is poor to the point of being virtually non-existent. And the placement of the auxillary connector (to add things the original vehicles loom doesn't support) is annoying. To me this has been vastly outweighed by the support I've experienced - it's a UK company based in Bath and you can just phone them up and they'll guide you through what you want to do. When it came to getting my car running they used several remote desktop connections to the laptop combined with a phone call - it was a superb experience and very unusual that you get the designers of a product offering a direct service like that.

My limited experience is that tuners are highly opinionated about ECUs, I've already decided that I'll be getting my car to Bath to have it mapped by Motorsport Electronics but this will likely cost me time and money but it's a choice I've made because there are no local tuners for ME stuff.

Kind regards,

Tom

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