Gen 2 MSPNPs now available - we're bringing MSPNP to Nissans

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Gen 2 MSPNPs now available - we're bringing MSPNP to Nissans

Post by Matt Cramer » Thu Jan 26, 2012 2:28 pm

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We've just released the Gen 2 MSPNP for many early '90s Nissans! This one replaces the stock ECU with our own tunable MegaSquirt ECU, and gives you full control over your fuel map, timing tables, and more. Other features include support for low impedance injectors, boost control, 2 step rev limiter, a headphone jack for listening to a knock sensor, and more! Price is $799.

The full list of Gen 2 models includes 5 ECUs, covering 20 different models:

BMW: Part Number MSPNP2-B8793
'87-'92 E30 325 M20
'89-'90 525 M20
'89-'93 535 M30
'91-'93 M5 S38
'88-'92 735 M30


Mazda/Ford: Part number MSPNP2-MM9093
‘90-’93 Miata 1.6
'90-’94 Protege / 323 (1.6 and 1.8)
'91-'95 Escort GT 1.8
'90-'93 Festiva 1.3
'92-'93 Mazda MX3 1.6L I4


Mazda: Part number MSPNP2-MM9495
‘94-’95 Miata 1.8


Nissan: Part Number MSPNP2-NS8994
'89-'90 SOHC 240SX KA24E
'91-'94 DOHC 240SX KA24DE
‘91-’94 Sentra / NX1600 GA16DE
‘91-’94 Sentra / NX2000 SR20DE
‘91-’93 G20 SR20DE
‘90-’95 Hardbody KA24DE


Toyota: Part Number MSPNP2-T8590
'85-'90 Pickups / 4Runners (22RE and 22RTE)
'85-'89 MR2 4AGE
'85-'87 AE86 Corolla 4AGE

Order yours now at this link:

http://www.diyautotune.com/catalog/mega ... -c-40.html

Or check this out for more info:

http://www.megasquirtpnp.com/

We're planning more Nissan applications for the future, too. This list is just the beginning.
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Post by kameron » Fri Jan 27, 2012 7:22 pm

Other than simplicity of installation, what features does this offer over the DIYPNP kit?

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Post by emo_tactical9 » Sat Jan 28, 2012 7:49 pm

Looks like the 4 bar map sensor and the headphone jack. It looks like it might already have the hardware on the board for sequential and COP, but i m not sure.
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Post by Matt Cramer » Mon Jan 30, 2012 7:36 am

emo_tactical9 wrote:Looks like the 4 bar map sensor and the headphone jack. It looks like it might already have the hardware on the board for sequential and COP, but i m not sure.
It's got the sequential hardware installed, just needs the trigger disc.

The injector drivers are true peak and hold for running low-Z injectors as well.
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Post by airman » Wed Feb 22, 2012 1:56 pm

$799 for the assembled one, is there an unassembled kit for this NEW version?

I was looking at this one since pretty much all of the features are the same and it says it's MSPNP2, right?

http://www.diyautotune.com/catalog/diyp ... p-422.html
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Post by Matt Cramer » Wed Feb 22, 2012 2:05 pm

The DIYPNP is similar to the MSPNP Gen 2, but it doesn't have the peak and hold drivers (you could mod it with a board from JBPerf.com) or the advanced knock sensing circuit with headphone output. We wanted to give the MSPNP a couple of extra edges over a built DIYPNP, and the knock sensing circuit wouldn't have been easy to put on a new DIYPNP main board anyway because it needed much smaller parts.
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Post by airman » Wed Feb 22, 2012 2:16 pm

Besides the headphone output (I feel like I could mod something in there), what makes the knock sensing more advanced on the MSPNP2 over the DIYPNP? "Knock Control" is under the list of features for the DIY too, but that's all that's mentioned.

What's the benefit of adjustable knock sensing? Helps eliminate false positives?

Would the JBPerf board be inside of the DIY's housing or external and in-line with the wiring harness just like a resistor box? What's the advantage to running something like the JBPerf board versus a plan resistor box?

Unlike Nistune, there's no software to buy, correct?

Sorry for the questions, but I'm getting a hard-on about all the stuff that your units do compared to my Nistune setup...
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Post by F1Altima » Wed Feb 06, 2013 11:54 pm

I'm surprised the flex fuel option isn't advertised more. Just that hands down beats most standalone systems out there. AEM series 1 and 2 users would KILL, to have a flex fuel option lol
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