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Old 06-08-2009, 09:34 PM   #1
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Default Boundary Engineering and WeaponX Coil On Plug PNP Pre-Order List

Pre-Orders are now available!

WeaponX coils:
Specifications:
Output: 150mJ
Voltage: 45,000-60,000 volts
Spark duration: 1.2 microseconds
Durability testing: Tested in house maximum load 32,000 rpm full sequential equivalent at 8 hours. No sign of wear, temperature in operating range. Higher RPM capable.

Ignition Control Unit:
Specifications:
Maximum R.P.M.: 16,000 wasted spark, 32,000 full sequential tested.
Tachometer signal generation: Tested and functional
Dwell reduction: Tested and functional
Diagnostic pin for 89-93: Tested and functional
Correct timing fail-safe circuitry: Tested and functional
Redundant circuitry: Tested and functional
Potted in P.C.B. epoxy: Tested and functional

Plug and Play Models
  1. 89-93
  2. 94-05

**Regardless of engine select the years based on the harness you are using.

Wire Loom
Specifications:
Wires: Teflon coated silver tinned Mil-Spec aerospace grade
Connectors: SAE certified
Wire Seals: SAE certified
Shrinkwrap: Mil-Spec



Exhilarating Performance
Ultra-high R.P.M. and 5-bar boost capable with tip in response that will bring a smile to your face. This ignition system is able to light nearly any mixture that's in the chamber, and because of this there are no more misfires or poor burning mixtures. With a literal lightning bolt in your chamber every single ignition sequence and hammer of the piston will make your crank beg for mercy. Just for comparison the stock system outputs about 50mJ of energy at the plug with a spark duration of 0.5 microseconds. The WeaponX coils we specially integrated into our system output 300% that amount of energy and do it over 240% the spark duration of the stock coils. It is like hooking 3 of the stock coils up together and lighting them all off at once. Beyond this with up to 60,000 volts on tap spark breakdown is absolutely not a problem. No more tiny gaps and misfires. Open up your sparkplug gaps on those high horsepower nitro-methane injected, turbocharged, and supercharged engines for more power, better track times, and fewer trips to pits for fuel.


Plug and Play Installation
The installation is a snap with this system. Remove the spark plugs and the coil pack connectors. Plug the OEM connectors into the ignition control unit and put the WeaponX coils down onto the spark plug. The WeaponX coils engage in three locations. One is the valve cover itself using the grippers on the side. The next is the copper contact at the bottom which tightly wraps the electrode for a strong connection and a more rigid placement. Lastly a rubber piece which covers the electrical connection engages the spark plug insulator. With these three connection places the coils are solidly mounted and ready for all the g's, bumps, and wheel hop you can throw at them. On top of this great way to connect your coil to the sparkplug it makes the installation look factory. There is no "mounting plate" because we searched until we found a coil that fits the Miata valve cover perfectly. The finish looks O.E.M., even though the power you unleash won't be.</p>


Tested Reliability
The product has been evaluated and reviewed by 2 professionally licensed electrical engineers as well as our own electrical engineering staff here at Boundary Engineering to produce a long life of at least 5 years. We want you to win races with our products, and tested reliable performance is what keeps you winning again and again. It has been thoroughly tested and redesigned to meet that goal as its now on its 6th generation of design. We are confident that with all the testing and work we have put into this that plugging the Boundary Engineering coil on plug system in is the last thing you'll have to do to your ignition system for a very long time.

Pre-order price is $389. That's a $20 savings over the $409 retail price.

Delivery is approximately two weeks.

The button is up for the pre-order. Please put all comments about the COP system in the other thread and keep this one for just making the pre-orders.
Boundary Engineering COP System Pre-Order Link

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I'm in for a 94 1.8 Link

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Dean Chorzempa 89-93

I've pm'd you a few times Travis about this working with my 1.8 in a 1990, 1.6 harness/1.8 motor.

This will jive correct? Might want to add that to the details as a few ppl have 90's with 1.8's.
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Yea that is correct. Select the harness based on what year harness you are using. If your using the 89-93 harness then that is the year you want. If you using the 1.8L harness then that is the year you want. The COP system doesn't care what motor its firing into it just needs to be able to hook up.
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i might be down to get a set if my ignition system doesnt work good enough for my power goal of 180whp on n/a 2.0L
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The final product has more/better shielding of the wires, yes?

I'm in for a 1994 1.8 MSPNP.
Shipping to 7547TK in The Netherlands.
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1994 1.8, shipping to austria
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The final product has more/better shielding of the wires, yes?

I'm in for a 1994 1.8 MSPNP.
Shipping to 7547TK in The Netherlands.
Final product uses mil-spec heat shrink wrap. We don't need more shielding then that as its just 1.6 amps at 12 volts thats going down the wires. Your headlights draw more power then that. This system gets rid of all the high voltage interference like sparkplug wires give off. Also the wires themselves are teflon coated and silver tinned. The exact same thing used in avionics and will easily outlast the life of the vehicle. The shrinkwrap is really for looks.

Shipping would be an additional $30

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Shipping would be an additional $30
Ok.

One more question: what is holding the COPS down in their hole? Is mounting hardware included? Do you have an as-installed pic?

EDIT: Mods, please move this BS from me to the other COPS thread... sorry.

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It doesn't need any mounting hardware. It has grippers just like the OEM sparkplug does. So when it is pushed down into the hole it grips on the valve cover. The copper connector that it engages also clamps very tightly to the spark plug electrode. On top of these there is an extra rubber piece which clamps around the spark plug insulator just below the electrode. With those three engagement points there is no more hardware required. I don't have an installed pic with the new coils. I probably won't have one until just before the pre-orders go out as the kit I'm using now is a piecemeal kit we use for abusing and modifying on the fly.

If you have further questions please move them over to the other thread. I was trying to keep this one for orders only.

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Shipping would also be an additional $30
thank you for info
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Put me on the list for a set for my 01.
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I just ordered for my 1994 1.8. Are you sending them out July 1st? Can't wait...
Will need a MSPNP howto as well...
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Yea July 1st! We might have them before that too, we'll have to see.

I'll let you guys know what you need to do to run these on aftermarket ECU's. You just have to change your dwell settings to 4ms all the way across the voltage band, the controller takes care of all of that, but I'll have documentation on it.
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Final product uses mil-spec heat shrink wrap. We don't need more shielding then that as its just 1.6 amps at 12 volts thats going down the wires. Your headlights draw more power then that. This system gets rid of all the high voltage interference like sparkplug wires give off. Also the wires themselves are teflon coated and silver tinned. The exact same thing used in avionics and will easily outlast the life of the vehicle. The shrinkwrap is really for looks.
Doubtful. What about heat? Send a set my way and I'll install them and melt the wiring for you, then I'll send it back so you can re-think that.
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Doubtful. What about heat? Send a set my way and I'll install them and melt the wiring for you, then I'll send it back so you can re-think that.
How do you figure? 1.6ampsx12volts = 19.2 watts, not a lot of power.
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How do you figure? 1.6ampsx12volts = 19.2 watts, not a lot of power.
Who cares how much power is going through there.... get them on a car that is ABUSED on track and you will see what I mean.

Edit: It may be possible that the heat shrink he is using will hold up, but I see no mention of this, only the amount of power going through the wires which is not a concern compared to under hood temperature and valve cover temperature.
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Teflon melts at between 500-600 degrees F. Planning on running this wiring inbetween the exhaust primaries?
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Who cares how much power is going through there.... get them on a car that is ABUSED on track and you will see what I mean.

Edit: It may be possible that the heat shrink he is using will hold up, but I see no mention of this, only the amount of power going through the wires which is not a concern compared to under hood temperature and valve cover temperature.
OEMs use fat shielding for a reason:

OTOH, my injectors are on skinny *** wires and hold up more track abuse than my manifold studs so far...
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