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Old 09-04-2010, 06:16 PM   #241
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is posible buy without Cops?
Only the rest of the installation.

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I do not sell incomplete kits.
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itīs a pity. i have a COPS set already.
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itīs a pity. i have a COPS set already.
And they may or may not fit my bracket, which is why I insist on supplying every part of my kit.
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Old 09-05-2010, 12:30 PM   #245
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Will they plug into the stock harness on a 99, and does it include the dwell reducer? David
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They are not fully PnP for the 94+ cars, there are 4-5 wires that must be spliced into the harness. I provide color-coded instructions so if you can work a crimper, it's doable. I do not supply dwell reducers as I have found that most of my customers use standalone engine management. Boundary Engineering has dwell reducers IIRC.
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Old 09-06-2010, 01:03 AM   #247
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I'm aware of the dwell reducer from Boundary. I just hate to splice into my harness, but in the end I guess it will happen. Being as such I might just buy the mounting plate. Thanks anyway David
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Old 09-06-2010, 03:22 AM   #248
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Splicing is necessary, but it's not irreversible. You can buy a coil pack harness from a Miata recycler (I don't have any in stock sadly) and splice it into my harness quite easily. I did that on my car - the coils unplug using a factory connector. I wish there were a way to tap into the two coil pack connectors, but I haven't found the male end of that connector available anywhere yet.
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Could you explain me about the resistor and the capacitator in a 1.6 conversion?
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I use MS PnP.
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Sav, I've been looking for some old 99 coils to cut the connectors off of. I think I can make the connection work that way.
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It's probably very doable but not even remotely economically feasible for a kit. If you can source the connector, my harness will wire into it - you would just use the power, ground, and one trigger from one connector and only the trigger from the other connector.
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One member here has done it, but did not use a cap or dwell reducer. My thoughts are he is not getting the full benefit of the setup, as not as much voltage in = not as much out. He said no problems with the coils over heating, but they are not at full power. I like to do things right, and want the full voltage.
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Could I just buy a bracket?
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The brackets are available individually, yes. $50 shipped in the lower 48 states. Send me a PM or email through the site and I can invoice you.
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Sav, whats up with cops for a 99?
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SAV you have pm
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Phil, 99-00 setups are available, same price as normal ($300+ship).

Chris, you have a reply in your email box.
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Interested in everything but the actual wiring for a 1.8L BP05 (basically just the supplies).
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Interested in everything but the actual wiring for a 1.8L BP05 (basically just the supplies).
I don't do incomplete kits.
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Old 10-01-2010, 11:18 PM   #260
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I don't own a miata, it's going on another BP powered car. I want to do the assembly part myself because if I buy your kit, I'd end up disassembling it anyways. I'll take this to a PM.
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