The latest update on the "over the top" Maserati V-8 is that we received the replacement ECU, a Bosch MS 6.2 that is new for 2016, at VDS Racing Engines and the harness maker is in the process of taking the test harness and modifying it. In order to be able to "talk" to the ECU from a laptop, a USB to CAN interface piece of hardware needs to be fabricated or bought from Bosch. My engine programer says that he feels he can come up with something that is less expensive than purchasing a dedicated unit from Bosch. However, if this is not accomplished by end of this week I will go ahead and get it from Bosch so we keep the project moving ahead as rapidly as possible. With the test harness reconfigured, www will be able to program the ECU on a bench top before taking over to the engine testing. Of course by this time I will be saying many prayers and incantations for success. If all goes well, I will have a running engine and we can move on to working on other aspects of getting my Bora back on the road. I should point out that all this work is being done on the original engine from my Bora which just involved changing from carburetion to fuel injection. An old Indy engine is engine number 2 and only the block and heads will be left, but heavily modified, for that engine. I'm waiting for the custom dry sump system, powered by electricity, to be engineering and built for that engine to come to life. Now that engine is truly custom.