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Old 10-03-2007, 09:22 PM   #1
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Default Everybody's MSPNP Middle Connectors are in the mail...

Just as it says, if you bought an MSPNP MM9093 or MM9495 your middle connector is on the way right now... sorry for the delay but what we're doing is going forward we're just going to absorb the cost without any price increase and all new MSPNP kits will have this with it.
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Old 10-03-2007, 09:34 PM   #2
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Excellent news! Thanks!
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Old 10-03-2007, 10:09 PM   #3
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AWESOME! Was gonna message you about it but felt bad about all the other bugging I've done. Can't wait to play with launch control and flat shift. I have a feeling my stock clutch is not gonna like either of them at 12psi.
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AWESOME! Was gonna message you about it but felt bad about all the other bugging I've done. Can't wait to play with launch control and flat shift. I have a feeling my stock clutch is not gonna like either of them at 12psi.
Launch control is hard enough on your clutch, but not really any worse than manually launching your car unless you just decide to use it all the time when maybe you'd baby your clutch normally. Flat shift is even more of a race-use only thing that would probably chew your clutch up quick if you use it all the time.... It's pretty slick though .
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do i still get one? hehe?
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thanks!
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Does it come with wire connectors?? Thank you!!
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Old 10-04-2007, 05:56 PM   #8
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Just got mine today in the mail. Looks great! Can't wait to play with EBC. Pigtails are longer than I expected: an added bonus. Thanks a lot!
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Does it come with wire connectors?? Thank you!!


It's a 8" pigtail connector-- the wires are already in the plug....
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so i'll guess from the lack of reply, i dont get one haha.
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so i'll guess from the lack of reply, i dont get one haha.
Actually... I had to check for you, and yes you are.

I don't have everyone's screen names on their orders... it makes things a bit tough


As stated.... EVERYONE who bought an MSPNP is getting one....
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How much for non PNP owners?
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How much for non PNP owners?
Looks like $23 would cover it, I'm not sure what you'd use it for, but if you want it....
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So this is standard for those who order the PnP from here on out?
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So this is standard for those who order the PnP from here on out?
Yup
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got it, thanks Jerry
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Looks like $23 would cover it, I'm not sure what you'd use it for, but if you want it....
I use a 97 connector for my own PNP harness, but at 23$ I don't need the center connector that I am missing.

Thanks anyways Jerry.
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Sorry man, it's pricey and labor intensive to provide these. You can always go junkyard one up, but I bet if you value your time like I do that will cost you more
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labor intensive is an understatement. (well, it's more like time consuming)
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got mine today and damn i want to go install it and start playing with those other features but alas I am whipped.
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