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Old 10-21-2008, 11:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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MpGuino Now in KIT form

Figured I would post this it got buried in the other thread. $2 of it goes to funding of the Ecomodder open source project too.

MpGuino Kit

Now you guys and gals have no excuse not to build one.
They even have a step by step in picture form.

Edit:I added this info on the Wiki as well.

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Old 10-22-2008, 01:20 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Now you guys and gals have no excuse not to build one.
aww, now you're just guilt tripping us :P

assembly and the time required to gather parts was the reason I didn't build one, this makes it very much worth my while now. (not that it wasn't before, just didn't have time between school and work).
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This should be the first thing on the front page.
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Old 10-22-2008, 08:39 AM   #4 (permalink)
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That negates the only reason I haven't gotten one (other than money of course).

This kit just moved up to #2 on my Christmas list.
I will have one!

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Is the ATmega in the kit blank or already programmed with the bootloader?
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I believe it has a bootloader and the latest mpguino version loaded on it. It should just be solder it together and go.
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Mmmm, I'm setting aside an envelope that says MpGuino on it so I can save up and buy one now. I have to admit that the time necessary for finding the parts was what was holding me back as well. Now I have no excuse, except that I'm so broke I can't even afford to pay attention.
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Definitely will make this a planned purchage. Question though that is probably a no brainer, but is this compatible with OBDII cars? That way, when I get a new one in the future I won't have to pay $200 for a scangauge?
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It should be, as long as it is fuel injected.
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