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Installing Split Second PSC1

Bville99gt

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Well I got a split second psc1 would like to install it since i'm getting ready to turbo my xj and wouldn't mind tuning the xj right now, since i have a jet chip for the timing would like to see how this is going to work...Is there any writeup or something?
 
On another note I also have Megasquirt II V3.0 that I have no use for right now, but in order for me to be able to use it I have to convert my 01 cherokee to distributor and not coil per cylinder, would that be hard at all?
 
What do you think that Jet chip is going to do for you except advance your timing and create detonation under boost?
 
I really want to use megasquirt so that way i'll have full control of the timing and fuel and injectors and all that stuff...
 
On another note I also have Megasquirt II V3.0 that I have no use for right now, but in order for me to be able to use it I have to convert my 01 cherokee to distributor and not coil per cylinder, would that be hard at all?
If you know how to program a megasquirt you shouldn't be asking this question. The main problem with the coil per cylinder (its actually two cylinder per coil) comes when you are working with the stock PCM. Also, you will use all function of the stock gauges with the megasquirt. If you don't know that much, then you shouldn't be fooling with the megasquirt. No offense intended, but its not a simple plug and play.
 
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