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Lindsey Racing M-tune kit

I ended up with a spare M-tune kit while outfitting a pair of 951s. The cars are stable now, and I feel comfortable selling the spare kit.

The MAF and air filter have about 5,000 miles on them, but most of the other parts including the 80# injectors have never been mounted on a car. You get everything included to make the car run, except the small silicone elbow to mount the resirc valve.

This is the newer "lindsey racing version" of the M-tune with the aluminum MAF pipe.

$1150 shipped continental US

I should have photos up soon.
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Is it the "LR" 24 pin DME or the 28 Pin DME Version?
Got a 89'(S") I would like to slide this into?
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The chip board will drop onto a 28 pin DME. They only make a 28 pin option, and there are directions for conversion of the older ECUs to enlarge the chip socket.
All the install instructions are on the lindsey racing website for reference.
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"24 PIN TO 28 PIN DME CONVERSION"

The M-Tune requires a 28 Pin DME. If you have a 24 Pin DME, it can be modified to accept the 28 Pin Chip Board. Either Lindsey Racing can perform the modification for you for a price of $50, or you can request the parts from us to do the modification yourself.

The conversion procedure requires 3 steps.

1. Solder in the additional pair or pins (allows you to install the 28 pin chip board)

2. Install a jumper wire (tells the DME that it now needs to recognize the 28 pin chip)

3. Cut a transistor (required for the addition of the MAP sensor)

I going to do a little more home work, I know a guy that has a - Comp. E-Tec System and a Turbotronics Huge Turbo for about $2K.

I'll get back wth u.
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Ron,
your turbo S wouldn't require any of those steps though, you would just drop it on. I have a DME that was modified as per your steps above that I could include for $150 if you didn't want to open your DME up at all.
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