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    #16
    Hi Paul, I don't have a video, but I'll try to do one soon. I guess it needs to be loaded onto YouTube and then a link posted on here?
    Hi have the MS3 ECU fitted under the glove compartment, it slots in very securely between the bottom ridge of metal dash and the compartment, but I did have to put in a metal plate between the two connected to the chassis ground to stop my credit cards being corrupted when in the glove compartment!
    MS3 ECU.jpg
    Also the ECU connects nicely to the fold out touchscreen media player with a selection of virtual dashboards which is useful via the USB ports. I also have the Rover SD1 trip computer and cruise control shown on the small green display and the keyboard below the touch screen.
    TouchScreen to MS3.jpg
    In the glove compartment are controllers for a 2 stage engine radiator fans, the top display being the temperature and the bottom being the first setpoint. The second is for the automatic Oil temperature which also has a fan because it's mounted behind the rear floorplan due to space, the front already has 4 radiators for the engine, supercharger intercooler, engine oil and supercharger oil so things got crowded!
    Engine Transmission controller.jpg
    The Red button is for the Exhaust Lambda sensor calibration
    Cabin Temp Control.jpg
    Lastly is a PID controller for the cabin temperature, there wasn't room for the lever in the dash centre consol.
    The interior could do with tidying up now really, the radio looks quite retro when the screen isn't up!
    1972 Stag 4.3 Serpentine RV8 Injection, Rotrex SuperCharger, ZF4HP24 Auto, BMW 2.65 LSD

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      #17
      I have my MS2 unit in exactly the same place on my Stag. Never put my wallet in the glove compartment, sounds like its a good job I never have!

      There has been some serious developement work done on this Stag over the years, makes my Stag look nearly standard!

      Neil
      Neil
      TV8, efi, fast road cams and home built manifolds. 246bhp 220lbft torque

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        #18
        Hi Neil,
        I've been following your posts on tuning the TV8 engine, really interesting stuff and well above my engineering capabilities. Infact when this all started and my car had the standard engine I would have loved to try what you have done but the lure of easy power from the RV8 took me in that direction. Just wonder what a Rotrex Supercharger would be like on yours
        1972 Stag 4.3 Serpentine RV8 Injection, Rotrex SuperCharger, ZF4HP24 Auto, BMW 2.65 LSD

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          #19
          Just found this link from when it was mapped on the Dyno back in 2015..I was hoping there was a video with sound.
          https://www.facebook.com/SRRLtd/posts/1151036464923219

          1972 Stag 4.3 Serpentine RV8 Injection, Rotrex SuperCharger, ZF4HP24 Auto, BMW 2.65 LSD

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            #20
            Originally posted by Dorian View Post
            Hi Paul, I don't have a video, but I'll try to do one soon. I guess it needs to be loaded onto YouTube and then a link posted on here?
            Hi have the MS3 ECU fitted under the glove compartment, it slots in very securely between the bottom ridge of metal dash and the compartment, but I did have to put in a metal plate between the two connected to the chassis ground to stop my credit cards being corrupted when in the glove compartment!
            MS3 ECU.jpg
            Also the ECU connects nicely to the fold out touchscreen media player with a selection of virtual dashboards which is useful via the USB ports. I also have the Rover SD1 trip computer and cruise control shown on the small green display and the keyboard below the touch screen.
            TouchScreen to MS3.jpg
            In the glove compartment are controllers for a 2 stage engine radiator fans, the top display being the temperature and the bottom being the first setpoint. The second is for the automatic Oil temperature which also has a fan because it's mounted behind the rear floorplan due to space, the front already has 4 radiators for the engine, supercharger intercooler, engine oil and supercharger oil so things got crowded!
            Engine Transmission controller.jpg
            The Red button is for the Exhaust Lambda sensor calibration
            Cabin Temp Control.jpg
            Lastly is a PID controller for the cabin temperature, there wasn't room for the lever in the dash centre consol.
            The interior could do with tidying up now really, the radio looks quite retro when the screen isn't up!
            Nicely done - that touchscreen looks great. Love the "things got a bit crowded" I'm not surprised. That must all have taken some planning. Yes re videos, youtube and a link. Cheers
            Paul - 3 projects, 1 breaker - garage built and housing 2 white Stags. One runs, one doesn't

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