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    M48 for Seadoo?

    Can the older M48 be used for the 1503 engine management?


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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    Can the older M48 be used for the 1503 engine management?
    Hi Beerdart
    You will have to forgive me here but whats a 1503

    Cheers


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    Sorry Pete 4-Tec

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    Sorry Pete 4-Tec
    Ok thanks

    The M48 will run the 4 tec engine, but you will need an ignition expander to make it work.
    The M48 has 8 injector drives but only 2 ign out puts, it was originaly desined way back to run distribted V8 engines.
    So if you are getting it for cheap then yes you could run the engine, no gauges either thou.
    If you decide to go through with it i will need to build you a start file as all the calibrations will need manually converted


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