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 1   All 22RTE, all the time / 22RTE - General discussion / Re:  on: June 19, 2017, 06:00:10 PM 
Started by philthy | Last post by philthy
It looks like all the "oil cooler kits" are all basically the same. That model was just what Summit had and it was $60 less than what appeared to be the same kit from LCE. Anyway, going with the cast adapter for now as last week 4 wheel studs broke off holding my wheel spacers on. Almost made the news as "the dipshit whose wheel fell off during rush hour" but I limped off the freeway and into a NAPA where I bought 5 new studs and nuts and a hammer. Then I ordered 10 extended studs (55mm vs 40mm OEM) because I don't really want that to happen again.
Ordered the oil cooler Friday late afternoon and today my wife asked me what I ordered from Summit. Damn their shipping is fast.

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 2   All 22RTE, all the time / 22RTE - General discussion / Re: Is any one using LCE's stock replacement manifold  on: June 18, 2017, 10:21:14 AM 
Started by swerks | Last post by ReelDeal
swerks, Please do post your opinions on manifold when you get a chance. I almost bought one a few months ago when I was having issues getting my stock manifold to seal. I finally had a machine mill all of the mating surfaces flat and that did the trick.

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 3   All 22RTE, all the time / 22RTE - General discussion / Re: Is any one using LCE's stock replacement manifold  on: June 17, 2017, 03:22:56 PM 
Started by swerks | Last post by psychohamster
http://209yota1.com/t/turbo-products

These guys might be coming out with a bottom mount manifold in the future

 4   All 22RTE, all the time / 22RTE - General discussion / Re: Is any one using LCE's stock replacement manifold  on: June 17, 2017, 12:05:35 PM 
Started by swerks | Last post by swerks
well I just purchased this manifold I will update once installed

 5   All 22RTE, all the time / 22RTE - General discussion / Re: Oil Cooler  on: June 12, 2017, 09:01:08 PM 
Started by philthy | Last post by Shanex-2
Well I can't speak of personal experience with that brand. But usually the issue is with the reliability of the hoses. The ones I have used in the past with hose barbs an standard hose clamps I could get a few years out of them before they would start to leak. My advice would be get the best setup you can afford. And have the hoses made at a hydraulic shop.

 6   All 22RTE, all the time / 22RTE - General discussion / Oil Cooler  on: June 11, 2017, 09:56:13 AM 
Started by philthy | Last post by philthy
I'm about to order the Flex A Lite 3951 oil cooler and was wondering if I should order the Earl's machined adapter also or just run the cast adapter that comes with the Flex A Lite kit? I know several people had problems with the cast adapter, but I'm not sure if that was the vocal minority or if the problem were consistent.

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 7   All 22RTE, all the time / 22RTE - General discussion / Re: MS question  on: June 09, 2017, 08:01:32 PM 
Started by Balzonya | Last post by Balzonya
Thanks for that info.

Alright guys I pulled the trigger. My ms2 should be here next week! Along with my engnbuldr 268C cam, timing kit, oversized valve kit and turbo headgasket.

 8   All 22RTE, all the time / 22RTE - General discussion / Re: Trd4life87's Turbo 4runner build  on: June 09, 2017, 10:01:39 AM 
Started by trd4life87 | Last post by Ronmar
The pnp has some extra ports that should be able to support sequential in a 4 cylinder, you might need to goto a wasted spark COP config(I forget how many ports/channels are available total on the pnp). The folks at MS should be able to confirm that with a call or e-mail.  You of course would have to run extra wires to fire injectors individually and to drive the coil packs for COP

 9   All 22RTE, all the time / 22RTE - General discussion / Going megasquirt and need some suggestions!  on: June 07, 2017, 08:26:46 PM 
Started by trd4life87 | Last post by trd4life87
Haven't posted in a while but over the last two years Ive finally gathered the majority of the engine internals from LC that I think I need to be able to hit 275ish hp. I ordered forged pistons, h-beam connecting rods, full gasket set with a MLS head gasket, stage III turbo cam, oversized stainless valves, dual springs, dual row timing chain conversion with an adjustable cam gear and a few other goodies. I got the block back from the machine shop and even went to the extent of deburring the inside of the block for better oil drainage to the pan.

now my question for those of you in the know, Ive decided to go the megasquirt route rather than other aftermarket solutions. I work at a hot rod fabrication shop and talked with my electrical guru at work and he advised that if im going the route of a fully programmable ecu I should run sequential fuel injection. I have no problem gutting the distributor to install a cam sensor and installing the crank trigger. My curiosity is weather or not I should go with the ms3pro or if the pnp gen 2 will work for what I need. I kind of wanted to keep the bones of the stock wiring harness so that I can run the stock cluster but have no problem unwrapping the stock harness and adding circuits to it. I like the price of the pnp gen2 I just wanna make sure it will handle the sequential injection, and a coil on plug setup. any feed back would be appreciated guys! thanks!

Heres a teaser shot of the deburred!


 10   All 22RTE, all the time / 22RTE - General discussion / Re: MS question  on: May 30, 2017, 02:32:20 AM 
Started by Balzonya | Last post by Litneon
Straight from their website...:


Features this code allows include:

Ignition Control, distributor-based and distributor-less (DIS) systems
12×12 Volumetric Efficiency (VE) and Ignition Tables
Closed loop boost control
Rev limiters
Shift Light control
Water Injection control
Knock Sensor Input
Out of the box, this one is set up for fuel control only. Hardware based MS1/Extra features require internal modifications. See the MS1/Extra manual for details.

Fully Upgradeable to MegaSquirt II Fuel and Ignition Controller

This unit can be upgraded to MegaSquirt-II and you’ll have the following new/improved features:

Ignition control (full spark timing advance control, dwell control, etc) for one coil/distributor and EDIS systems
Fuel/Spark tuning tables at 12×12 resolution or even up to 16×16 fuel table resolution running the latest MS2-Extra firmware
On-board stepper motor driver for IAC stepper control (this will require a few jumper wires to be added on the MegaSquirt PCB)
More processor speed
100X greater pulse width resolution
Easier configuration and tuning setup

You have better ignition control, better map resolution, better drivers for injectors, better software, better processor, easier tuning because of more options.

Can you make it work on an MS1?  Sure.  But unless you are trying to balance the U.S. Budget, there's no reason not to spend the extra $100 or so to get the MS2.




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