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      04-19-2009, 01:28 PM   #1
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Looking for Someone Local who can read schematics, and is good with electronics.

PM, i have a personal project i'm working on. I have the directions and everything, just need someone who can do it.
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izzy, let me see what i might be able to help u. let's meet up tomorrow for SD dinner meet
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izzy, let me see what i might be able to help u. let's meet up tomorrow for SD dinner meet
Is it mondays now, or Tuesdays?
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Izzy, if you have the schematics in PDF send them my way. I can take a look at them.

I am pretty sure I could help out, I built a full stand alone engine management unit for my miata. Electronic boost control, full Air fuel ratio control, launch control, flat shifting, etc. Damn, i dont know why i sold that car. ahaha
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Izzy, if you have the schematics in PDF send them my way. I can take a look at them.

I am pretty sure I could help out, I built a full stand alone engine management unit for my miata. Electronic boost control, full Air fuel ratio control, launch control, flat shifting, etc. Damn, i dont know why i sold that car. ahaha
Wow...props for not blowing it up too!
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Haha, thanks. I want to reverse engineer the bmw bus's but they seem so complex. It would be an expensive mistake if I mess up. The megasquirt was like 400 for the components so that was easy. haha.


Izzy, what are you making? I wanna know. I miss working on cars so bad.
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