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Old 09-16-2008, 12:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
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MPGuino for sale, 3 day auction

Trying to raise some scratch to get a kit going.

eBay Motors: MPGuino MPG Gauge for Fuel Injected Vehicles (item 180289844691 end time Sep-18-08 20:42:52 PDT)

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Old 09-16-2008, 12:52 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Good timing considering axaday's post,
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Man I feel bad about that The kit is overdue, I need to tune out till that's a solid.
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I wasn't trying to be rude! I mean, obviously there are people who're going to want or need a kit, so the sooner the better. At the same time, none of us want to suffocate you with expectations,
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How do you update software on that one? I don't see USB or Serial. Do you have to physically change chips to do that or what?
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You can chip swap, or sort out the p4 header. Or you can leave it alone, it works fine like it is.
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You can chip swap, or sort out the p4 header. Or you can leave it alone, it works fine like it is.
I see. But the latest (or second latest..can't remember which) software update seemed to smooth out my instant MPH. It would be something to play around with while I'm working on fixing my LCD, though.
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I won!

But yea, I know I paid more than what I could have built another one for. But, it's for a good cause

I look forward to it, dcb. Vehicle leads are still hanging out of where the glovebox in my car used to be. You should have payment already.
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I certainly appreciate it!! The payment might be a little snafu, probably not your fault or anything, but I click on the view payment in ebay and I get an "invalid transaction number" from paypal. Can you double check your paypal account payments and see if there is a clue there?
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I certainly appreciate it!! The payment might be a little snafu, probably not your fault or anything, but I click on the view payment in ebay and I get an "invalid transaction number" from paypal. Can you double check your paypal account payments and see if there is a clue there?
Well, I just checked my Paypal account and it transferred successfully from my Bank Account. Then, on payment to you, the status is "unclaimed". Instead of going through eBay, try logging directly into your Paypal account and see if you can see the payment there.

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