[MSCW list] Miata radio installations

Conerg at aol.com Conerg
Tue Dec 31 03:25:12 CET 2013


The Sony with Bluetooth is model #MEX-BT3000P.  (If I recall  correctly, it 
ran about $150 installed at Best Buy.)  The big Bose radio  that was 
replaced is 4.5" high at the back and has a faceplate of 4.62".   The Sony is half 
that height, which is standard.  An easily removable  bracket that was 
supplied with the Sony fills the space above it and creates a  cubby that is 
useful to hold a few CDs.
 
Conrad
 
 
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1. AEM line of  aftermarket ECU enhancements (Ovi Chris Rouly)
2. Re: Radio  installation (Bryan  Blackwell)


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Date: Sun, 29 Dec 2013 12:25:10 -0500
From: "Ovi Chris Rouly"  <maelzel at ieee.org>
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Subject: [MSCW list] AEM line of aftermarket ECU  enhancements
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Hi Sam,

it is very good news to  hear from you about the AEM in your 2002.  

Google found Ken at  Oracle Tuning < http: // www. oracletuning. net/ >.

Thanks for  the  tip!!!

Chris

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Date: Sat, 28 Dec 2013 12:32:40 -0500
From: Sam Highsmith  <highs001 at gmail.com>
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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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> 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,
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> 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: Mon, 30 Dec 2013 10:31:03 -0500
From: Bryan Blackwell  <bryan at skiblack.com>
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Subject: Re: [MSCW list]  Radio installation
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NB Miatas have a standard DIN size opening  for the radio, the JVC we got 
came with a mounting sleeve that fits the  opening.  I picked up an adapter 
from Pep Boys and mated up the terminals  to the plug that came with the 
radio, so it's a plug in installation.  A  factory cubby replaced the cassette 
player.

--Bryan

On Dec 27,  2013, at 12:30 PM, Ovi Chris Rouly wrote:

> can you remember the  model of the Sony...?  Or, are they pretty much 
interchangable (by size)  and what about the electronic interconnects at the 
rear?
> 
>  Chris




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