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Old 10-09-2017, 03:55 PM   #1
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Default megasquirting a 2.3 turbo ranger

Hey all.

Picked up a 91 ranger with a 88 turbo coupe engine swapped in, on an lb3 ecu. I've got a ms1 coming in the mail.

Anybody have links to a good, thorough, ms install using ms1? I've done my fair share of googling and only come up mostly with the diypnp stuff. Not my first MS setup but my first using ms1 and I want to make sure all the mods needed on the main pcb have been done.
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Old 10-10-2017, 06:52 PM   #2
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check around here dangerranger93/ jeff simpson did one.
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Warhorse Turbo Fabrication (WTF) 2.3L E6 Flip Flanges ver2 in stock and on sale!

Need to keep your Air Conditioning or dont want to modify your heater box on a 1983-2001 Ranger check here for all the details!

It's the one and only way to turbocharge your Ranger and keep your factory A/C without modifying the heater/AC box and keeping the durability of a factory Ford E6(1986) turbocharger manifold.
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http://www.turborangerforums.com/forumdisplay.php?f=31
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Warhorse Turbo Fabrication (WTF) 2.3L E6 Flip Flanges ver2 in stock and on sale!

Need to keep your Air Conditioning or dont want to modify your heater box on a 1983-2001 Ranger check here for all the details!

It's the one and only way to turbocharge your Ranger and keep your factory A/C without modifying the heater/AC box and keeping the durability of a factory Ford E6(1986) turbocharger manifold.
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Old 10-11-2017, 08:17 AM   #4
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I've done MS2 and microsquirt. I recommend microsquirt for 90% of applications, its cheap and assembled so no confusing wiring or any of the stuff that used to make megasquirt complicated. My MS2 worked but I have similar money into a microsquirt setup and way less headaches and no assembly required.
I know none of that helps as you have already bought the MS1 so just follow the manuals, or if its new return it and get a microsquirt and follow my write up
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