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MS130-K Kit with MapDaddy4 Upgrade
MS130-K Kit with MapDaddy4 Upgrade
MS130-K Kit with MapDaddy4 Upgrade
MS130-K Kit with MapDaddy4 Upgrade
MS130-K Kit with MapDaddy4 Upgrade
MS130-K Kit with MapDaddy4 Upgrade
MS130-K Kit with MapDaddy4 Upgrade
MS130-K Kit with MapDaddy4 Upgrade

MS130-K Kit with MapDaddy4 Upgrade

$287.70

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Description

MS130-K kit with MapDaddy4 upgrade.  Just like the regular MS1 V3.0 kit, but we’ve replaced the 2.5 bar MAP sensor with the MapDaddy4 to let you read up to 44 psi of boost instead of 21 psi.

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What inputs and outputs are provided with this kit?

  • It includes the circuitry needed to connect to the following sensors and outputs:
    • Coolant temperature
    • Intake air temperature
    • 4 bar MAP sensor (onboard)
    • Barometric pressure sensor (onboard)
    • Oxygen sensor - narrow band or wideband with external controller
    • Throttle position sensor
    • On/off fast idle valve
    • 2 injector output channels
    • Tach input - Hall effect, optical, or VR sensors supported
    • Single direct coil control spark output

Does this kit include a MAP sensor?

  • Yes, there is a 4 bar MAP sensor included. It is a small circuit board in a static resistant bag and will not look like a conventional GM MAP sensor.

When should I use a V2.2 board, and when is it worth stepping up to a V3.0?

  • The V3.0 is significantly more flexible. For a new build, a V2.2 could be cost effective under the following conditions:
    • You will be running high impedance injectors.
    • You will be using fuel control only, or one of the following ignition systems:
      • Ford TFI
      • Ford EDIS
      • GM HEI
      • VW Hall effect distributor and "139" ignition module
    • You do not need any other outputs beyond fuel and ignition control.
    • You do not intend to upgrade to MS2 or MS3 in the future.
  • If your plans include any features beyond this, starting with a V3.0 is likely to be a better option.

What firmware does it have?

  • The processor ships with Bowling & Grippo V3.0 code. It is easy to upgrade to MS1/Extra code during assembly.

Questions & Answers

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    Our products are complete, standalone race ECUs, so you'd be talking a complete replacement of the stock ECU if you go with what we have to offer. Our easiest option would be an MS3Pro with drop on harness package, which as it so happens was initially tested on a '72 C10 with a 4.8 swap. Other options can be more cost effective but will require a bit more work; please reply to this message if you'd like to go over what other options would work here. I typically recommend at the very least an MS2 based option.

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