Motec m142 ecu on a mazdaspeed?

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    It would be impossible to squeeze out DI headroom as the limitation is a characteristic of the injector itself, nothing software related. It has tables to rev to the moon as far as I know and possibly has the ability to do a true flex fuel, but that would be a question for him.

    Plus, you can just delete SWAS with unplugging the sensor, or you can get creative and put a switch inline with it.
     
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    No clue, I'm just really hopeful that there is a friggin genie in that little black box that will grant me wishes.
     
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    I'm aware. I have a switch already. A software fix that actually works would be nice for reasons....
     
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    Unplugging swas in a pu also turns off the power steering
     
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    If my understanding of how our cars operate the injectors is correct, there's no way to get around the limitations of spark and cam timing and thus, most people shouldn't be going over a measured 100% IDC for that reason. People with aftermarket cams that have a later close time are even worse off than those with stock cams.
     
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