Megasquirt or MSEFI projects that have been in the years. 

Success stories and also the failures that could occur. 

The projects are from motorcycles like Yamaha Vmax with a turbo, BMW R100 turbo intercooler, sports cars like Mazda MX5, terrain wagons like Suzuki Jimmy with a Vitara supercharged engine, drag race funny bike on methanol and charger to V8 bike project.

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BMW R 100 with a turbo.
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The tubing fits well on the bike.
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Front view.
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Even clean looks at the bottom !
 

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Fitted the injectors in the pipe.
2 injectors per side for finer response on the throttle using staging.

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LPG injection with Megasquirt.
 
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Making the last final touches for the manifold.
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All the parts like injectors,foggers and hoses mounted on the manifold.
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Placed the single BiGas vapourizer in the enginebay and connected the waterhoses to the coolingsystem.
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Everything placed into the enginebay ready to mount all the parts inside the car like the Megasquirt box and all the wiring.
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Adapting the stock ECU for O2 sensor and TPS , main power and switched power.

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Testing the megasquirt in the car to check all sensors and wiring.
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Wired the ECUs together and testing.

After a lot of testdriving and tuning got it smooth running on the MSextra 029t code.
Everything runs fine and getting 1 liter LPG  per 9,4 kilometers( 10,6/100 : liter/km) with this setup and airco continuous on.

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Soldered with Alutite.
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The outside where the raw Alutite was is also sanded of and later polished the outside.
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The test setup and the polished manifolds.  
Top view of the 42 mm throttle bodies.
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Now making the connection between the 2 sides and making the fuel rail.
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Topview. Everything mounted and fixed.
Cleaned up the wiringmess and connected the NOS kit.
Mounted a fuelpressureswitch for the NOS kit as safety for the possible fuelpressure drop. Also a set of chrome top K&N filters mounted for street use.
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Clear Fuel lines for the NOS kit on the bottom and above them the injectors from the MSEFI controller.
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