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    How do I get in on the testing?
    I am up and running again.

    Otherwise I am going MS3 Pro Ultimate Standalone.
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    I don't consider beta testing for 3 years beta testing. I call it you guys got the first batch but no one has done anything since

    I've PM and emailed 3P with no response.
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    Yeah its true, this project has gone too slow. My day job became a big time suck plus family commitments put a dent in things for the last few years. With one kid now in college this may be a good time to see what can be done.

    I do have parts on hand to make 25 boards which is a good thing because a lot of the 5V ICs are getting hard to find. What I don't have is boards because I need to finish the CAD for the rev 2 design.

    I have been running one of the ECUs in my daily driver 7MGTE for 5 years now. Been as reliable as stock and is using the Lex AFM and stock 440s with the Lexus software calibration so drivability is perfect. It has passed Cali smog test a couple of times now with no issues. My Blitz SBC is set to 0.9 bar and that is as high as I can go without a fairly big software mod because at 0.9 bar the 16 bit load variable is maxed out.

    My goal has always been to offer the ECU with the Lex AFM and Bosch EV14 injectors. I've already written the code that can use modern injector cal parameters and so there are just a few missing pieces to make this the best option for the 7M. As I write this I can feel my energy level going up.

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    Perhaps to keep the energy level on the rise, I too have been running the 3P ECU in my car for the last two years. I'm also running the Lexus AFM with software calibration but with RC 550 cc/min injectors (and many other modifications). The car runs flawlessly, to the point that I can't remember the last time I had the laptop hooked up. And that is exactly the point of this project.

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    So 13psi is a hard cut with the current setup.

    Is everything about the fueling / timing / calibration tables accessible and able to be modified?

    Pi - How can I get the hardware / software to get this working on my 87'?

    What work remains to be done besides getting new boards made?
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    Hmm, seems like we lost a bunch of recent posts in the server switch over. A quick update, I should have the CAD for the production board done this weekend. It is very close.

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    Nice.
    Let me know how I can help.
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    Default Re: 3P's TCCS Disassembly/Analysis

    What are your goals Piratetip? Boost, injector size, intake?

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    Shooting for ~350 hp initially.
    Nothing too crazy.
    My goals are reliability as I plan to drive it daily once everything is completed. (weather permitting of course)
    The focus will be drive ability - usable power, not a huge useless peak of HP @ 6000RPM.

    Currently the injectors are 550 RC's paired to a Lexus AFM.
    Have not yet calculated or tested the boost levels needed with my current turbo.
    ~14psi should flow enough CFM's to reach my target, but that has yet to be determined.
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    Hi 3p, amazing work on this project mate. Well over my head but I can respect and appreciate the knowledge and work you've put in.

    Having seen the maps, how do you think the stock GTE ecu would go running a GE? Obviously there will still be a tune for vacuum, just curious if you think it would be close enough to run a high comp NA motor?

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