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Old 11-16-2017, 03:26 AM
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Unhappy FAB9 CoP stupid mistake

Realized I am a giant moron and ordered an 01-05 CoP setup from Fab9, which matches my engine but does not match my NA6 harness. It's too late to correct my order through Fab and was wondering if it is possible to modify the CoP setup to match my NA6 harness.
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Old 11-16-2017, 05:47 AM
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Should be able to modify harness just like if you were doing vvt swap into na6 chasis. Look at vvt megathread.
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Originally Posted by ysleem View Post
Should be able to modify harness just like if you were doing vvt swap into na6 chasis. Look at vvt megathread.
Even if the engine is non-vvt? (03 MSM motor). Thansk for the reply btw
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Carpassionchannel also has a nice schematic on his website on wiring those in for sequential. Might want to also check with Bryan on what he suggests.
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Originally Posted by ysleem View Post
Carpassionchannel also has a nice schematic on his website on wiring those in for sequential. Might want to also check with Bryan on what he suggests.
Yeah! Greg's videos are great but his custom LS coil setup might be a little different than the Fab and I didn't want to start cutting wires till I was 100% sure. Emailed Bryan a couple days ago, just waiting for a reply now. May be a little busy atm. Thanks for the megathread suggestion, binge reading now.
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Yeah no problem. Well conceptually wiring in for coil on plugs should be the same as far as the requirements going back to ecu.

http://miataturbo.wikidot.com/cop

Or save yourself sometime and buy my coil on plug setup feom my 1.6
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Originally Posted by ysleem View Post
Yeah no problem. Well conceptually wiring in for coil on plugs should be the same as far as the requirements going back to ecu.

Coil Over Plugs - Miata Turbo FAQ

Or save yourself sometime and buy my coil on plug setup feom my 1.6
Yeah I assumed so, just didn't know for sure. Haha if I hadn't already sank money into this setup, I probably would snag that
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