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Old 06-24-2011, 08:39 AM   #1
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Been trawling the net and made a discovery, I already have sequential injection Seems Mazda changed it worldwide around '93/'94.
Checked it here http://www.madracki.com/miata/wiring.html
That should make it easier to set up on my MS3 + 3X.

2u to InjA
2v to InjD
2y to InjB
2z to InjC
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Indeed, it was only the early 1.6 that got batch fuel, every single MX5 from that point got sequential injection. (that includes the 'low power' 1.6 motors).
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cool. i did not know that.



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Been trawling the net and made a discovery, I already have sequential injection Seems Mazda changed it worldwide around '93/'94.
Checked it here http://www.madracki.com/miata/wiring.html
That should make it easier to set up on my MS3 + 3X.

2u to InjA
2v to InjD
2y to InjB
2z to InjC
All are wired for sequential 94+, and 93 with CA emissions.
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Check this guy out, he's like Al Gore or something!

All joking aside, sequential is very, very for the win... my brothers car (93 w/ a 1.8 swap, BRP mp62, TDR IC, DIYPNP) Got a massive bump in mpg going sequential, it runs a shedload smoother everywhere in the rpm range too... totally different car. Anyone w/ a DIYPNP should get the sequential module, run the wires if its a 1.6 car... the upgrade will easily pay for itself.
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Check this guy out, he's like Al Gore or something!

All joking aside, sequential is very, very for the win... my brothers car (93 w/ a 1.8 swap, BRP mp62, TDR IC, DIYPNP) Got a massive bump in mpg going sequential, it runs a shedload smoother everywhere in the rpm range too... totally different car. Anyone w/ a DIYPNP should get the sequential module, run the wires if its a 1.6 car... the upgrade will easily pay for itself.
Huh, perhaps this endorsement can get me offa my *** and get the 3X working.
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Yeah, I've borrowed Brain's inj timing map for my car and my brothers both... You will notice a difference
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