MPPS for Pops and bangs

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MPPS for Pops and bangs

Postby v8rasta » Wed Sep 02, 2020 9:22 pm

I have been trying for 2 months now no luck.
I have my project car, wide body\fender mercedes clk 3.2 v6
I am on a small budget {broke boys}
i am trying to get pops and bangs as a one time thing, not to charge other people etc. I am looking for some pointers in the right direction.
I bought mpps v16 on ebay. Got windows vista latop
installied softare but i get an error message saying FATAL ERROR when i try to launch the program
I do all diy stuff on my car from homemade bodykit, diffuser etc due to budget so a couple hundred on a rema for a burble\pop bang map is kinda out of my budget.
has anyone managed to install mpps succesfully on windows vista?
i thought software installation was the easy part.

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Re: MPPS for Pops and bangs

Postby Lambda1 » Wed Sep 02, 2020 9:56 pm

Mate... clone talk is against the rules...
MPPS also run on vista, win 7...

Pop and bang on them isnt easiest, but possible but for a beginner... puh...

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Re: MPPS for Pops and bangs

Postby v8rasta » Wed Sep 02, 2020 11:50 pm

thank you for your rely
It gives me hope to keep trying .

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Re: MPPS for Pops and bangs

Postby 420Tune » Sun Oct 18, 2020 10:55 pm

v8rasta wrote:thank you for your rely
It gives me hope to keep trying .


MPPS V16 doesn't have checkcum check so its not for beginners better buy MPPS v18 its can protect u from destroying your ECU :thumbup: :thumbup:

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Re: MPPS for Pops and bangs

Postby Lambda1 » Mon Oct 19, 2020 9:54 am

wrong chks never destroys a ecu...

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