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It's time for our annual MegaSquirt Meet, and due to popular demand we're going to 'bring it back home' to DIYAutoTune's HeadQuarters in Suwanee, GA (just NE of Atlanta) and let the meet 'return to its roots' a bit! The last two years we've combined the MegaSquirt Meet with the Classic Motorsports Mitty at Road Atlanta. The Mitty is a fun event, and we'll still be there this year sponsoring that event, but the meet is happening as a separate event here at DIY HQ. We'd love to see you at one or both events!

Bruce and Al (original MegaSquirt designers) will be here for the meet, as will Phil Tobin the developer of TunerStudio and MegaLogViewer, and also James Murray and Ken Culver the MS2X and MS3 Firmware developers! We'll show off some of the latest goodies we've dreamt up and brought to life, and the code gurus are always interested in your feedback and ideas for how to continue to improve the MegaSquirt project as a whole and to better meet your needs so come and let them hear your voice!

We'll have some Q&A sessions with members of the dev team, as well as presentations on the up-and-coming as well as how to get the most out of your MegaSquirt EMS! We have people come from around the continent and around the world to be a part of this event, don't miss it!

Rumor has it we'll have a band out Saturday night, and we may get the dyno out and play a bit as well!

Admission is free, come join us!
 

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Matt Any chance I can get help with my install if I show up to the annual meet. I know I'll need assistance setting up the crank trigger on my v6. I've got the board all soldered up. just not sure about the trigger scenario on my intended setup.
 

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Cool, I've built my box for the most part. I'm hoping to complete the high current circuit, once I get some heat shrink. It went together fairly smoothly. Now I'll just have to install everything..... I did have once question though, I don't think Ma Mopar uses map sensor's for their efi applications, unless it is turboed, please correct me if I'm wrong on that. Also I'm planning on running a Power Dyne S/C,(I know about their rep) what bar map sensor do you recommend?
 

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Is that the same map sensor I soldered in, on the bottom of the board? I thought I had to connect that to an external map sensor. It would be great if I do not have to buy a new map for my S/C. Simply get a BOV and connect everything up. I'm starting to get excited. That is until I need to rebuild the crappy Power Dyne.
 
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