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Old 01-06-2008, 06:56 PM   #1
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Where the hell do you get this!! I've called all the parts stores in Hawaii and can't find anyone that has it!! ****.

Can someone buy me one and ship it to me? Pretty Please
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what is it? a TPS?
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Yeah, its a TPS MOD for the 1.6L miata to get a linear TPS signal for the megasquirt.

Ben, Thanks!! Never thought about calling them direct. I'll do that on monday.
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Do you have an AutoZone near you? I checked a few near me and they normally have it in stock. Also you can order it on their web site. Just search TPS201.
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Sucks cause there's no autozone in hawaii.
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Just bought the TPS from autozone online and it had free shipping!! Only had to pay $32 so I'm happy.

Thanks for the info Pseudosport.
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glad I could help
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I don't suppose you got an autozone part number or anything? Might be on your invoice. If so, post up so I can update the TPS info in the sticky.
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So this is a bolt-on replacement for the 90-93 TPS? In other words, no need to change the throttle body to get variable TPS?
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I don't suppose you got an autozone part number or anything? Might be on your invoice. If so, post up so I can update the TPS info in the sticky.

AutoZone carries Wells parts so you can just ask them for part number TPS201 and you should be all set. Some stores might have them relabeled as the Duralast brand but the part number should be the same.
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This is the info I got from the Autozone website

About this product:
Part Number: TPS201
Weight: 0.095 lbs.
Warranty: 3 MO
Pricing: $31.99

Hope this clears things up
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http://www.autozone.com/selectedZip,.../selectZip.htm

So is this a bolt-on replacement for the 90-93 TPS?
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So to thread jack but is there a write up on how to mount this to the Throttle body and wire it to the Megasquirt? I couldnt seem to find any other threads besides this one that speaks of this tps201 T.P.S..
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So to thread jack but is there a write up on how to mount this to the Throttle body and wire it to the Megasquirt? I couldnt seem to find any other threads besides this one that speaks of this tps201 T.P.S..
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This is the info I got from the Autozone website

About this product:
Part Number: TPS201
Weight: 0.095 lbs.
Warranty: 3 MO
Pricing: $31.99

Hope this clears things up
does this happen to be that one you got?
http://www.autozone.com/R,APP265210/...ductDetail.htm

Also did you happen to get it all working? Writeup?

Another question, would one do this before installing MSPNP w/ VTPS mod, at the same time, or on the stock ecu. Followed by the MS?
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Mine's worked flawlessly from the day it was installed.
Don't install it with the stock ecu.
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Mine's worked flawlessly from the day it was installed.
Don't install it with the stock ecu.

Ok thanks ben, so i should install the wells tps201 and my mspnp at the same time? Set the timing and then calibrate the tps by using the 9495 manual?
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Is the one in the link above look the same as yours Ben?
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