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Old 02-15-2009, 04:05 PM   #1
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for me living in california, i need to be able to put the car back to stock every other year. aiding in this process is helpful to me and the extra cost incurred is ok.

what i would like to do is find an automatic TB for the 1.6 with al the sensor attached, and about 10" of the TPS pigtail.

would this be an easier retrofit to perform than a modified BMW tps or autozone tps?

just curious.
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It's my understanding that the automatic stuff is largely PNP. (I think, double check though) I'm guessing you run a MS?
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i intend to. i am working out the details as much as possible and writing out notes so i can keep organized minimize setbacks.
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