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Greddy emanage blue/ultimate vs megasquirt
« on: October 13, 2015, 07:44:45 PM »
Ok looking to run larger injectors in my supra. That's all at the moment.

I know I'm comparing a standalone to a piggyback system, but I only need to change the one thing, not rework how the whole engine runs.

obviously the blue is the cheapest, and that makes it right up my alley :-) but if it's really difficult to setup then I suppose I'd rather not waste my time and just go with mega squirt.

Might add this is for the 6cyl .. That I rebuilt in a weekend.. Haha LS swap is set aside atm while I stockpile the parts necessary for the swap.
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Re: Greddy emanage blue/ultimate vs megasquirt
« Reply #1 on: October 14, 2015, 09:21:05 AM »
I have not installed a E-mangle but reviewed the wiring and its pretty straight forward piggyback stuff.  Never seen the interface so not sure on how it operates.

I'm all for the mega squirt

But if you really only need more fueling right now and want to be really cheap........

Why not keep stock fuel injectors and get a RRFPR?

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Re: Greddy emanage blue/ultimate vs megasquirt
« Reply #2 on: October 14, 2015, 12:32:33 PM »
Stock injectors are toast from the fire last year. Finding ones that low cc is difficult and very costly. As much as a blue costs and I have a drawer full of injectors that would all work if I had a way to control them.. Plus even when I do swap I'll have the unit for whatever project I might decide to play with next.

They are so low because there is a cold start injector that works at wot also, which with the blue I am assuming I can either ; leave intact, or if I get enough flow from the 6 larger Injectors I could eliminate it if I wanted.
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Re: Greddy emanage blue/ultimate vs megasquirt
« Reply #3 on: October 15, 2015, 01:07:04 PM »
I've tuned Emanage Blue and Ultimate years ago.  Neither is that difficult to run, especially if you're just adjusting the airflow map, or scaling injectors.

They are not even in the same Universe as MegaSquirt.  You simply need to decide if you rather tinker (MS) or not.
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