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*SOLD* Megasquirt-II EMS PCB3.0 -Unassembled Kit

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    *SOLD* Megasquirt-II EMS PCB3.0 -Unassembled Kit

    Up for sale is a Megasquirt-II EMS PCB3.0 -Unassembled Kit
    -I put a few resistors in place back in 2006 and it has sat in a box since then. I ended up running a Hydra Nemesis on my car at the time.
    -MBII v3.01
    -Megasquirt Relay Board (assembled to my knowledge)
    -Megasquirt Simulator Board (assembled to my knowledge)
    -4' relay board to MS ECU cable with shielded Tach and metal AMP DB37 hoods
    -Bosch style injector conectors(4) and 6" pigtail
    -6ft DB9 male/Femal straight through cable

    I have the manuals I printed out years ago along with wire, heat sink paste and some extras. I realize it is a partially completed kit and the
    resistors, transistors etc are in their anti-static bags. This is a good setup for someone who wants to pick up where I left off in the
    build guide and complete the kit.

    On the parts costs are:
    -4' relay cable $89
    -Relay board assembled $115
    -CPU Megasquirt Daughterboard $136
    Not to mention the other components.

    I am asking $100 to the lower 48 shipped for everything.

    Thank you,


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    Last edited by rusty; 12-22-2019, 07:07 PM.

    this is for a e30 right?
    and what is *spf*?


      It is a kit you build. Non-specific to the E30. Kit has been sold. "SPF" Means "Sold Pending Funds". Thanks