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Megasquirt-II Questions

I'm upgrading from an MS-I (Tony Bitz kit) to an MS-II daughtercard.

I plan to do ignition in the future (collecting pieces now) but would like to use the fuel side of the MS-II in the meantime. Are there any issues with this and the MS? I have not done any "Ignition/IAC" jumper mods to the boards yet. Just installed the daughtercard and loaded the firmware.

I have most of my old MS-I settings installed but I'd like to see what another 3.0l from a 911SC MS-II file looks like to compare.

If you have a file or some screenshots you could send me that would be great.

Two other things:

1-My fuel pump continues to run with the engine off (didn't do that with the MS-I) Any ides?

2-Under "Injector Characteristics; Injector PWM period" it is default @ 66. This was the only thing that MS-I didn't have on it's settings. I left it at 66 for now.

Thanks for any insight.
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* 1980 911SC - 3.0l R.o.W 8.6:1 w/ Garrett 30R turbo conversion (.5 bar), Bitz MS-II EFI, Carerra intake, Zork tube, 2300lbs, 360whp
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