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PnP Megasquirt Systems - Updated 2/16, Pricing Change

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    you still doing the kits? i send you a mail last week.

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      Bump! Gotta be about taking orders by now no?

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        got mine a couple months ago. put in your order and be patient. you'll get it. well worth the wait if you want a single source for all components. the wait on mine was a couple/few months
        1988 325is 237k

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          Derek,

          Would you be interested in doing a MS PNP box for my '88 M5 Dinan turbo? Nobody seems to do them for the early Motronic cars, just the late ones. A fella on MyE28 used to sell an adapter from MS2 to the early Motronic DME connectors, but I don't believe he's doing it anymore :/
          Autobahn Motorsport - Portland, Oregon
          @autobahnmotorsport
          '88 M5 | '88 535i | '88 325i | '88 325is | '88 330is | '91 325is | '91 M-Technic 325ic | '93 740il | '03 530i

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            Going strong in 2018?
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            Who`s attention, and why do I have to pay them?

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              Originally posted by evoDRichie View Post
              Going strong in 2018?
              I don't think he makes them any longer.

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                I emailed him and he got right back to me. I believe he's doing another run of them right now.

                support@dedericms.com
                1989 Zinnoberrot M3 Build Thread
                1990 Brilliantrot 325iS Build Thread

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                  Originally posted by AWDBOB View Post
                  I emailed him and he got right back to me. I believe he's doing another run of them right now.

                  support@dedericms.com
                  Is he accepting orders?

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                    Originally posted by zaq123 View Post
                    Is he accepting orders?

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                    As of January 18:

                    Originally posted by BigD View Post


                    I am running a group buy right now, if you visit my website www.dedericms.com you can see everything that you get. Some accessories have been updated, but for the most part itís the same. It also comes with a base tune so most of your settings will be correctly set from the get go, just not tuned for your specific setup. The only difference with the one on my website and the one you will get is that the one you ill get will be setup for wasted spark.
                    1989 Zinnoberrot M3 Build Thread
                    1990 Brilliantrot 325iS Build Thread

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                      Originally posted by AWDBOB View Post
                      As of January 18:
                      I missed that post, do you have a link? BigD? His new username?

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                        Originally posted by zaq123 View Post
                        I missed that post, do you have a link? BigD? His new username?
                        No I was just joking about the "BigD" because his name is Derek. That's what he emailed me. Just email him.

                        support@dedericms.com
                        http://www.dedericms.com/
                        1989 Zinnoberrot M3 Build Thread
                        1990 Brilliantrot 325iS Build Thread

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                          I've read through various megasquirt threads with no results to what I am looking for.

                          My apologies to group / forum if this is not the correct place for this question... since Dederic Motorsport is MIA (website, email, phone calls etc).

                          It's almost been 2 years since I have installed a KAMOTORS turbo system on my E34... using one of the Dederic Motorsport ECU's.

                          The car's running fine... the ECU is fine, but I have a question about Launch Control. I misplaced my installation instructions, but saw the sticker on the side of the ECU (about Pin 40 for Launch Control).

                          http://fkh161.ca/BMW/DMSsmall.jpg

                          Grounding that pin does nothing (after enabling Launch control in Tuner Studio). I'm hoping I'm just missing a step.

                          Hope that someone has been-there-done-that.

                          Thanks!

                          Thomas... back to searching some more! :)

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                            Hey Thomas,

                            Luckily I also had the same problem a while back and I have the solution for you! The older boards are missing a trace from the Schottky diode. You'll need to solder in a jumper wire on the board as pictured here. Then you should be seeing 5v at pin 40, and when you ground it, LC will be enabled. FLEX is the correct input for your TunerStudio settings. Happy 2-step!

                            Board versions up to v1.3 was missing a trace between the 4 diodes above the DMS logo and pin 40. This was corrected on v1.4. You will need to place a jumper between that diode pad and pin 40 to activate the switch input circuit, as shown in yellow in the picture:

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                            This should be the Blk-Gry wire on the black 4-pin (missing two) auxiliary connector, paired with a white 4-pin, about 6-12 inches away from the main wire harness 55-pin connector. Pin 40 goes to black-grey (oe use: a/c pressure sw), and p41 goes to vio-gray (oe use: a/c control sw). These are repurposed for switch inputs. Ground to activate, and set the correct setting in tunerstudio.

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                              Thank you very much!!!!

                              I'm about to install my exhaust cutout... so this will be perfect timing to get LC working.

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                                Just compared with my board V1.2, seems different. [emoji3525] Green circle is the only visible jumper that I can see.

                                http://fkh161.ca/BMW/Jumper.jpg


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