Good-Win Racing Mazda Performance Parts

MegaSquirtPNP Pro

1990-1993 · Miata

New MS3-Pro based MSPNP!

Miata 1990-2005 · Engine · Diagnostic and ECU


Part Number: 61-1590

Year: 1990-1993

Application: Miata

Price: $1,199.00

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The MSPNP Pro was introduced to tackle the challenges that some vehicles present such as an increased quantity of sequential fuel and ignition channels, VVT, alternator control, etc. The MSPNP Pro isn't designed to supersede the MSPNP2, but complement the lineup. So why not design MSPNP Pro models for all the cars in your lineup? Simply to keep the cost down for you. The MSPNP Pro carries a higher price tag due to its complexity, and many vehicles simply don't require the extra I/O and capabilities that comprise the MSPNP Pro. In those cases, the MSPNP2 performs equally as well on these particular platforms.

Then of course it includes all of the other features you'd expect from a standalone EMS of this caliber, including table switching (swap fuel and ignition tables when nitrous activates, or when you're running race gas versus pump gas), 2 step rev limiters, flat shift, boost control, tachometer output, knock sensor input, etc.

Sean's Notes:

The MSPNP Pro is the solution for users looking to swap 2001-2005 VVT 1.8 motors into their early model NB or NA chassis. Other Megasquirt ECUs require an additional VVT controller with a separate wiring harness.

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