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Thumbs up (SOLD SOLD) FS: RarlyL8 Adustable WUR , *New*

Like the title says I have a RarlyL8 adjustable WUR that I purchased from Brian Bodart in July of 2019. This was going into a 911SC with a BAE style turbo kit.

I installed it, turned the car on and fiddled with the adjustment for about a day and decided to go Megasquirt EFI. Not because this unit didn't improve things, but rather I am more comfortable tuning with a laptop.


I paid $525+ shipping.


Selling for $400 Shipped

Comes with Instruction sheet.





Matt


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just curious ... So how did the megasquirt system work out for you. Which system did you choose ?
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just curious ... So how did the megasquirt system work out for you. Which system did you choose ?
Currently building it! Waiting on parts from coating, then it should go together in about a week. I am using a bitz EFI as the base but adding ignition control and a few other fun items.
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Yeah way to go ... grab a ford salvage yard 6 pack and good crank sensor that way you can control fuel mileage as well just fuel delivery titration. It has been a number of years since I check out either mega or bitz but megasquirt then and no doubt now has some kick ass units that do it all and a community as well for brain storming. Bits does as well. Do you have a post that chronicles your adventures with the upgrade ?
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Yea, I have a buddy that is helping me set up coil on plug (Toyota COP's are like $12 each). MS3 can run that and also a knock sensor. Eliminates MSD boxes and spark plug wires (cleans up engine bay).

I do not have a thread going, but maybe I should?

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Yeah way to go ... grab a ford salvage yard 6 pack and good crank sensor that way you can control fuel mileage as well just fuel delivery titration. It has been a number of years since I check out either mega or bitz but megasquirt then and no doubt now has some kick ass units that do it all and a community as well for brain storming. Bits does as well. Do you have a post that chronicles your adventures with the upgrade ?
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Good idea, start a thread, I was looking into the same for my SC

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