[MSCW list] MSCW Digest, Vol 100, Issue 13

Sam Highsmith highs001
Sat Dec 28 18:32:40 CET 2013


AEM ECU

I have an AEM ECU "piggy back" mounted behind the glove box in my 2002 SE.
 I'm also using an FM piggy back intake manifold from a FM II piggy back
kit that provides 4 injectors for the AEM to control under boost.  Car was
dyno tuned by Ken Hill in PA and outputs 230 RWHP.  Very nice - has a USB
interface and tunable zone by zone with the AEM software from a laptop.

Sam Highsmith
93 LE
2002 SE


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>    1. Re: stereo installers in MD DC (Bryan Blackwell)
>    2. Aftermarket Navigation (Kenny)
>    3. AEM line of aftermarket ECU enhancements (Ovi Chris Rouly)
>    4. Re: Aftermarket Navigation (bill_keksz)
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> Date: Fri, 27 Dec 2013 12:38:21 -0500
> From: Bryan Blackwell <bryan at skiblack.com>
> To: MSCW at mscw1.com
> Subject: Re: [MSCW list] stereo installers in MD DC
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> We replaced one, it wasn't that tough, so I would think that any competent
> installer could handle it.  There was one trick - the door woofers are 8",
> which is a somewhat odd size.  Your installer will probably need adapters
> to put replacement speakers in.  We used adapters that are also shields, to
> keep the new speakers from getting wet.
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> --Bryan
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> On Dec 26, 2013, at 11:08 AM, david trimble wrote:
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> > Hi, has anyone use a stereo installation shop for their miata (that they
> would recommend)?  I am thinking about replacing the Bose in my 1999 AE and
> am wondering about the option and cost...
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> Date: Fri, 27 Dec 2013 13:14:55 -0500
> From: Kenny <khbattles at mchsi.com>
> To: mscw at mscw1.com
> Subject: [MSCW list] Aftermarket Navigation
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> Anyone add an in dash Nav system to their Mazda? My 09 M3 is a GT hatch,
> every option But Factory Nav.
> It was a $2000.00 option on my 08 M6 . Loved it .Could just pop up screen
> , pick destination and go.
> Have seen units on Ebay for $300.
> Wiring looks like spaghetti. Unsure of quality.It does fit perfectly in
> dash and looks like factory.
> ? ? Whats your experience or recommendation? ?If I did buy , what
> installer would U recommend??
> ? ?Thanks, Kenny ?( aka atenzadog )
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> Date: Fri, 27 Dec 2013 13:23:00 -0500
> From: "Ovi Chris Rouly" <maelzel at ieee.org>
> To: <mscw at mscw1.com>
> Subject: [MSCW list] AEM line of aftermarket ECU enhancements
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> Folks,
>
> has anyone had any experience with the AEM line of aftermarket ECU
> enhancements?
>
> For example, will their F/IC unit play well with the 99 Miata MT/5 ECU?
>  And, what about tuning?
>
> Chris
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> Date: Sat, 28 Dec 2013 06:47:44 -0500
> From: bill_keksz <bill_keksz at verizon.net>
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> Subject: Re: [MSCW list] Aftermarket Navigation
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> What unit?  I expect Ebay may have more than one nav unit.
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> On 12/27/2013 1:14 PM, Kenny wrote:
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> > Anyone add an in dash Nav system to their Mazda? My 09 M3 is a GT hatch,
> every option But Factory Nav.
> > It was a $2000.00 option on my 08 M6 . Loved it .Could just pop up
> screen , pick destination and go.
> > Have seen units on Ebay for $300.
> > Wiring looks like spaghetti. Unsure of quality.It does fit perfectly in
> dash and looks like factory.
> >      Whats your experience or recommendation?  If I did buy , what
> installer would U recommend?
> >     Thanks, Kenny  ( aka atenzadog )
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Sam Highsmith



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