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Old 05-08-2008, 11:42 AM   #41
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I am going to stew on this for a few days. I dont think I should have an issue with my link. Should I?
It'll work on a link (90-93 anyway), I used the 1K pull up resistor.
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So are one of those mine?
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That's for me to know and you to find out

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The first 1.8 harness. I set the 3 stand-off plugs a little closer to the main loom and I really like how it turned out, much cleaner. I am going to do all the 1.6 harnesses like that as well. I am installing this harness on my own car this weekend, and once I test it I will start taking deposits for 94-95 OBDI 1.8 setups. OBDII 1.8s will be next, probably 2 weeks. The same 2 week discount applies for the 1.8 guys, $200 shipped until 2 weeks from today.
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Oh, heck. I sent in my down payment for my 1.8 several days ago. Guess I jumped the gun! Knew you wouldn't take too long since you've got a 94 also!
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Want a set too... Can you ship it to Holland (europe)??
Ill pay the extra shipping (usps is cheapest)

I have a LINK mk1 ecu and a 1.8 engine (I need a plate for a 1.8 engine) The car is a 91 (1.6 before convertion to 1.8, wiring still uses 1.6 coils...)

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interested send you 50% as soon as I get them
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Bad news for the '94 guys. I finally got home this weekend to take a look at the little mini-harness in the '94, and it's got 3 or 4 connectors and a couple of grounds, and one of the connectors is not easy to get to. Shipping this harness pre-spliced isn't going to work out. For the '94 guys, I can ship a harness with labeled wire ends that you splice into your stock harness, or I can ship a harness with a Weatherpack connnector at one end, and then supply you with the other end of the Weatherpack to splice into your stock harness so you can remove the COP harness if you ever need to.

$190 without the Weatherpack, $200 with. For another $10 I can supply a second female/male to connect up to the stock coil connectors so you can switch back to the OEM coils easily. I only have a couple of 1.8 orders, and I will email you guys individually about this to decide what each person wants to do.
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As soon as paypal transfers the money ill be sending it to you ASAP

Mine is a 97 with MSPNP
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Sav,

Can you create a little diagram or schematic of what it will take to do the 94's? Don't know why but wiring scares the crap out of me. Have always hated it. Need to decide if I can tackle the project or not.
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What about a 1.8l motor in a 90 miata? Would there be a difference in the setup vs a plain 1.6l or a 1.8l?
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Mighty mouse, tell me that when you send your order. I could be wrong, but I believe you maintain the 1.6 coils when you swap over, so it would be a 1.6 harness with a 1.8 mounting plate.
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Want a set too... Can you ship it to Holland (europe)??
Ill pay the extra shipping (usps is cheapest)

I have a LINK mk1 ecu and a 1.8 engine (I need a plate for a 1.8 engine) The car is a 91 (1.6 before convertion to 1.8, wiring still uses 1.6 coils...)
Missed this too. greddymx5, send me an email to the address I have listed for Paypal in the first post and we can discuss this. I have never done international shipping, but as long as you cover the extra shipping and duty charges, I don't think there should be any problems. As with the other 1.8 swap, you will use a 1.6 harness with a 1.8 plate.
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Mighty mouse, tell me that when you send your order. I could be wrong, but I believe you maintain the 1.6 coils when you swap over, so it would be a 1.6 harness with a 1.8 mounting plate.
alright sweet, thanks
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I need my refund check to come in....

We have till the 17th? or you want to extend that a little bit
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Confirmed your order. Your setup is going to be seriously badass, post pics and dyno when it's done.
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are they original Toyota 1ZZ coils?

if yes ill take a pack, shipped to australia..
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Confirmed your order. Your setup is going to be seriously badass, post pics and dyno when it's done.
I have a build thread floating around here somewhere.

But thank you, yes I can't wait to get it finished.
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Deposit sent, thanks for doing this!
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