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Old 08-29-2007, 07:31 PM   #561
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I bit the bullet and ordered 4 connectors from Toyota. I guess I'll see if they have pins or not. And if not, I'll try to find those too.... heh!
Make sure to let us all know what that goes... I'm really hoping they come with pins, but something tells me they don't.
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Old 08-29-2007, 07:37 PM   #562
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Make sure to let us all know what that goes... I'm really hoping they come with pins, but something tells me they don't.
The fact that they show a different p/n for a "repair wire" with a pin crimped on is a bad sign huh?

Even still, there's a lot of pins out there. Maybe something else fits... or maybe I can hunt down the OEM and get samples that way. I've already checked about ten different OEMs and none of them are it.
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Sweet, hope mine arrive soon.
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Once I get mine, I'll see what my buddies can come up with for pins. They've made a DSM COP setup for years.

I've also got a big Packard crimper/connector set that the PO of my car threw in with the purchase. Might have something in there.

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Hey lazzer next time you go to the junkyard want some company? I could probably snag a set of these.
The yard I go to up here doesn't have anything newer then '98.
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cjernigan -paid- thank you.
jayc72 -paid- thank you.
fmowry -paid- thank you.

I placed the order but they're short 2 coils. I'll give it a few days to see if they come up with more. Apperently they sold 2 out of the 12 I told them I wanted. If one of you guys doesn't mind waiting let me know. I'd rather have someone volunteer then just leave you hanging. I can have these 10 shipped but it might be a week or two before I get the other 2 coils. If this is a problem let me know.
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Old 08-30-2007, 08:40 AM   #567
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w00t!!!

Mine arrived today!
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Old 09-01-2007, 02:55 PM   #568
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Kickass, mine arrived.

What did you guys use to splice wired together? I usually use electricians twist caps for everything, but they won't look very nice under the hood.

I'm still waiting for my oil cooler parts from racer parts wholesale. It has taken them weeks to fulfill my order. I really am turned off by this.
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Old 09-01-2007, 06:51 PM   #569
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I've almost always used solder and heatshrink for permanent stuff... twist and elcetrical tape for testing/semi permanent.
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My write-up on how to make strong, clean connections.

https://www.miataturbo.net/showthrea...941#post145941
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Old 09-01-2007, 11:25 PM   #571
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wait for me to get my connectors from toyota. see if it's an easy way to go.
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Old 09-03-2007, 06:30 PM   #572
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Default Schematic update for MS owners.

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Schematic update for MS owners.
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Old 09-03-2007, 06:31 PM   #573
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Default Tach with MS!

Got the tach working with MS!

MS1 v3.0
90-93 Miata

Ran a 1k resistor between Blu (12v ignition power) and the Tach wire (4, yel/blu). I now have a working tach, have not driven around or abused it... but it works to rev and idle.

For MS, you do not need to combine the Yel/Blu (4) and Blk/Wht (5). Blk/Wht is there for the OEM Ecu to provide a 1v feed into the ignitor, which explains why the OEM Ecu can get Tach working with the COPs and the 4/5 merged.

Lazzer is going to update schematics.... but for now, we having working solution for MS.
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You -could- connect the black/white as shown and put the 1k from 12v to black/white at the MS itself rather then under the hood.
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When should we expect out COPs?
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Yewl be teh uber 1337!
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I've ordered them but as I mentioned I'm 2 short. I'm waiting to hear about those. I told him I was buying all 12 but someone sold 2 of them. Hold tight, I'm busting ***** about it.
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Well I ordered the 10 they had. I'm waiting for 2 more. Of the 3 people who ordered coils, someone is going to have to wait for the remaining 2. I'm giving them a set of connectors for the trouble. Any volunteers?

I also have one extra set of connectors. You might have to extend the wire from the terminal itself because the pigtail was cut short. (about 1"). Someone make me an offer on them.
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Just in case someone was looking for plugs for their coils.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Toyot...em280149204603

I just picked up the first set.
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that name is familar...he should have freakin' sold them here.
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