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i have mustang 67 302 engine vortech s\c with carb .
i went to swep to efi .
i have ho intake and 42 lb injector
im looking for self tuning Engine Management ecu for fuel injection.
what is recommended ?

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Are you just looking for basic fuel and ignition control, or are you looking for more? The biggest question is what features you need.


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hi
i have mustang 67 302 engine vortech s\c with carb .
i went to swep to efi .
i have ho intake and 42 lb injector
im looking for self tuning Engine Management ecu for fuel injection.
what is recommended ?
Nothing is going to self tune spark, keep that in mind.

Otherwise it depends on what you specifically need, as Matt asked.

If you don't know specifics, take a step back and figure that out. You definitely don't want to buy something without really knowing what your needs are.

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hi
i think i will use static timing at 20 degree
so all i need is fuel mange
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The spark advance curve is at least as important as fuel for making good power. But a MegaSquirt-II (or MicroSquirt) would be great for fuel control on its own with the option to go to spark control later.

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i think i will use static timing at 20 degree
so all i need is fuel mange
Any of the standalone solutions will work for you.

Because your needs are so basic I would recommend Megasquirt2. It is much less expensive than the others but will do what you need just as well as the others.

There are a couple of different ways to get a MS2 system. If you need a more specific recommendation we'll need to know if you need the simplest possible "bolt on" system, or if you're okay with rolling up your sleeves and doing solder work as well as building the necessary harnesses from scratch.

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