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DIYPNP Nippon Denso 52 Pin Unassembled Kit

DIYPNP Nippon Denso 52 Pin Unassembled Kit

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Complete kit contains everything you need to assemble a DIYPNP ECU for cars with the 52 pin Nippon Denso connector. Includes MicroSquirt module and case.

Available Features / Technical Specifications, Based on MS2/E Firmware Version 3.0.3 or later

  • OEM ECU Connector to plug right into the factory harness!
  • Speed Density, Alpha-N and Hybrid Alpha-N (both SD and A-N algorithms hybridized) Supported
  • Onboard 2.5 bar MAP sensor
  • 2 Ignition Inputs (for dual wheel ignitions)
  • 4 Spark Outputs (Up to 4 Cylinder Coil On Plug, up to 8 Cylinder Wasted Spark)
  • Natively supports two fuel outputs for batch or bank-to-bank fueling.  Optionally upgrade to 4cyl sequential or 6/8 cyl semi-sequential with this module.
  • Rotary Ignition Support
  • Enhanced Acceleration Enrichment (EAE)
  • Boost Control
  • Knock Control
  • Launch Control
  • Flat Shift
  • Tachometer Output
  • Fully Adjustable Rev Limiter
  • Table Switching
  • 4 General Purpose Outputs
  • 4 General Purpose Inputs  (2 analog, 2 digital)
  • Support for Flex Fuel
  • Optional Realtime Baro Correction
  • Closed Loop O2 Correction
  • Plenty of Proto Area, add your own customizations!
  • There’s more than we could list here– click this link to view the full feature list of MS2/E.
  • Also- you can click this link for the official DIYPNP Product Page Feature List which includes the above list plus a hardware level feature list (that tells you not just what you can do, but what hardware is available to do it)

Note:  Some of the features listed above use the General Purpose Inputs/Outputs.

Application List

A partial list of what cars this connector fits is shown below.  For more details including a list of vehicles we have detailed documentation and startup maps for, click here.

Make Model Engines From To Notes
Dodge Stealth SOHC 1991 1992
Eagle Talon All 1990 1994
Ford Probe F2T 1989 1989
Mazda 323 All 1986 1989
Mazda 626 FE Turbo and F2T 1986 1989
Mazda RX7 All 1986 1988
Mazda MX6 F2T 1988 1989
Mercury Capri B6T (1.6 Turbo) 1991 1994
Mitsubishi Eclipse All 1990 1994
Mitsubishi Galant All 1988 1992
Mitsubishi Galant VR4 4G63 1991 1992
Plymouth Laser All 1990 1994
Toyota Celica All-Trac 3SGTE 1988 1989
Toyota Celica Supra All 1983 1986
Toyota MR2 4AGZE 1988 1989
Toyota Supra 7MGE, 7MGTE 1986.5 1990 Some 1990 models used the 76 pin connector. Please check before ordering.
Suzuki Swift GTI 1989 1994

Toyota ECUs that use this connector are generally marked “10T-18T-14T” on the lower edge of the ECU identification sticker.


This board supports up to four BIP373 ignition drivers which are not included in order to keep your cost down since most of you won’t need them for running your stock setup. If your application does require internal ignition drivers (again, most do not) you can add BIP373 ignition drivers to your kit.  We offer a DIYPNP BIP373 mod-kit which includes the BIP373, Heatsink, and mounting hardware here.

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1 review for DIYPNP Nippon Denso 52 Pin Unassembled Kit

  1. 4 out of 5

    -PCB of lower quality (minimal PTH pad sizes and via annular ring, cheap solder resist)
    -Lots of non-standard footprints
    -Some components supplied are different from the footprints on the pcb
    -Feels a little amatuer if you are used to higher quality electronics kits

    -Components well labeled
    -Lots of features for the cost
    -Case is decent
    -Prototyping area on main pcb

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How is the DIYPNP different from an MSPNP, besides being a solder it yourself kit?

  • The DIYPNP and MSPN Gen 2 are closely related. Both use the MicroSquirt Module at their core and run MS2/Extra firmware. The MSPNP adds a couple extras – an improved knock circuit, peak and hold injector drivers, and a 4 bar MAP sensor with a 1 bar barometric correction sensor. Other than that, they are very similar.

Can I use an MSPNP map in a DIYPNP?

  • Yes, but you will get a couple warnings when it loads as some of the output pins have different names (and the outputs may also be on different pins depending on how you built the DIYPNP). You will need to confirm that the outputs are on the right pins before you attempt to start the engine.

Can I use a Stimulator or JimStim with a DIYPNP?

  • This is fairly difficult – you will need to make an adapter harness with the same pinout you have built for the DIYPNP. You can, however, power the DIYPNP directly from a 12V power supply for loading firmware and other bench tests.

Can this fit in the stock ECU location?

  • The DIYPNP is taller than a stock ECU. We have confirmed it won’t mount to the factory kick panel bracket in Fox body Mustangs. Fitment in other applications is uncomfirmed.

Can I buy a fully assembled DIYPNP?

  • DIYPNPs are only sold in kit form, but we may have a ready to run plug and play option for your vehicle in the MSPNP line. Please see our line of pro and PNP options to determine if we have one for your car.

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