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FS: Rogue tuning M-tune setup

Used Rogue M-tune. We ran this for the last 3 weekends on track before destroying our transaxle this past Saturday. We will be switching to standalone since the overboost fuel cut is set at 18psi pump gas/22psi E85 and our built 2.5L will be running well over that once the transaxle is back together. You will need 80lb Siemens Deka injectors (part number FI114992) which are available new for ~$40 each from most vendors and used for much less. Great condition. See photos. Air filter is super clean with no damage as are the silicone hoses. Chip is set for a 2.5L engine with the primary tune being pump fuel and the secondary tune for E85. $749










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I'm very interested but I have a few questions. Will this work with my 86 951? Is this the latest generation M-Tune? Are the injectors you mention plug & play with this system? Would the chips need any programming? Thanks
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I'm very interested but I have a few questions. Will this work with my 86 951? Is this the latest generation M-Tune? Are the injectors you mention plug & play with this system? Would the chips need any programming? Thanks

Yes this will work just fine with your 86 951. It's actually off an 86 track car. You will need to convert your DME from a 24 to 28 pin EEPROM which is outlined here:

Rogue Tuning - DME Conversion Service
https://www.lindseyracing.com/instructions/DME_28Pin_Conv.pdf

This is not the latest generation M-tune. The latest would be the Lindsey Racing version. This is the final version done by Rogue before Lindsey Racing took over the M-tune reigns.

The injectors are plug and play and do not require any modification.

Chips do not need programming if you are running a 2.5L on 93octane pump gas or E85.
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I am running a dual port wastegate and a manual boost controller, 3 bar FPR and K26/8. I doubt that I would ever run more than 15 lbs of boost. My main concern is running lean and burning up my newly rebuilt motor with the stock DME. Does this setup account for changes in boost? Or a larger exhaust (next year)?
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Most people seem to find M-tune runs on the rich side. Most likely the fuel maps were set this way for safety. M-tune adds a MAP sensor to the stock system which allows for changes in boost. This system came off a 2.5L with K27/8, Lindsey 4 inch exhaust, Lindsey DP wastegate, Greddy Profec EBC, AFPR. WOT AFR's was a little rich at 11 when DME was set at FQS position 0. FQS switch allowed us to adjust this slightly to the mid 11's.
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