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  • Placed my order for the rest of my Speeduino components, including the Arduino Mega. Hopefully the parts should be here in a few days and I can get on with assembling the board. From what I understand I still need to run an external controller if I want to run wide band as the Speeduino only has on-board support for a narrow band. Managed to find a suitable controller for $35 -  https://www.14point7.com/products/spartan-2-oem The same company also offer an open source controller as well, should you want to tinker. The open source version includes an LCD display so that you can set it up as a real time display / dash gauge / LM2 substitute.

    My coolEFI board turned up just after my last post but it's just sat there waiting for me to pull my finger out and get on with installing the engine in the bus. I've also picked up some other goodies - A small hand held scope for helping diagnose signal issues. A freescale USBDM bootloader. For flashing firmware and a few other Megasquirt units.

    I've been toying with the idea of buying into a Megasquirt dealership as there's not really anyone doing it here in Aus but it's a bit of an up-front investment, and I'm not 100% convinced at this stage. Will have to see.
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