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Tyson is talking about the SDS system which is a fairly affordable fully-programmable engine management system, which has it's own programming box so doesn't require a laptop. Of course it doesn't have all the bells and whistles of a motec or autronic. It is designed to use GM sensors (such as the MAP sensor), but doesn't use any of the GM logic.

I'm talking about megasquirt which is a not-for-profit project that a bunch of enthusiasts put together. It is very flexible and can use lots of different sensors with proper calibration, nearly any sensors you can come up with. It is normally set up as a speed-density. I think if you put megasquirt on a 3.2 you could use most of the sensors that are already there, but you could dump the flapper box.

edit: Sorry John, I guess you already knew what I meant with megasquirt, but perhaps the info is still helpful.
Old 02-17-2005, 08:33 AM
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