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Old 09-16-2009, 07:50 PM   #1
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i have a 2000 miata, intake, exhaust....... stock ecu (ca), no turbo or sc.
i have read in a few different places about the cop swap. i also see that some people have had problems with this setup. i was just wondering if it had anything to do with the differences in the ecus?

also do you use any cop from amy 2000 and newer yota???? didnt know if 4cyl and 6cyl would make any differences????

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did you read the COP FAQ?
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read it. thanks. is the capacitor 10,000uF for the dwell time???? i was just wondering if spending the extra 50 was worth it???
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