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Old 06-08-2007, 06:08 PM   #1
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Default 1.6 TB w/real TPS, Frankenmeter™ (adjustable RX-7 afm) & two 1.6 afm's

1.6 throttle body with a real TPS (throttle position sensor). This is useful for those running a standalone ecu or fancy piggyback. Includes pigtail connector for easy wiring.
$55 obo, shipped.


Frankenmeter™ info.
http://forum.miata.net/vb/showthread.php?t=144196
You can get perfect AFR's everywhere with this. I fully believe that with a wideband, you can tune this AFM to run any injector size. I'll give a lot of info and a 30 day money back guarantee(less shipping and paypal fees) to someone who has the patience and ability to tune.

Includes aluminum adapter.

$100 obo, shipped.


1.6 afm, stock.
$30 obo shipped. (two for $33.55)


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Craig, I would like that tb/tps please.
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Craig, I would like that tb/tps please.
Wow, that was so fast that it deserves a $10 discount! Speed counts.

PM sent, thanks!
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Damn you, Ben! I wanted that TPS!
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Damn you, Ben! I wanted that TPS!
You can set one up yourself, just takes some time.
http://forum.miata.net/vb/showthread.php?t=176558
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Thanks man. You've been paid.

This will get me closed loop boost control which means throttle based boost, boost cut with intake temp, and boost cut with knock.

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Damn you, Ben! I wanted that TPS!
Joe,
I have turbotim's old 1.6 throttle body with a 1.8 tps held on by a custom bracket he water jetted. Problem is I can't find the damn thing and I really want the safety features afforded by having the tps.

If/When I find it, I'll sell it to you for what this one cost me.

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hmm does it use the stock wire into the tps, with a modified petentiometer. this looks like a good idea if all you need to do is make it fit and swap the wires
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hmm does it use the stock wire into the tps, with a modified petentiometer. this looks like a good idea if all you need to do is make it fit and swap the wires

Yes, stock connector. You wire it to the TPS to give whatever your ecu/standalone wants.

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The wiring is for a Wolf 3DV4, you will of course need to customize it for your needs. I'm positive that if you plug in the stock harness it will not act right for your application. I think I'm the only person running a Wolf.
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K i didn't know if we sent the volt signal right or not still cool someone needs to write this up correctly dammit.
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Craig, do you know the pinouts on that thing? Looks like 3 wires there, let me "ASSUME"
red = +5V
black = ground
white = variable signal
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does voltage increase with throttle or decrease?
I plan to test with my DMM, but figured it couldn't hurt to ask

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This place has great wiring diagrams. These show the designations on the ECU also.
http://www.madracki.com/miata/wiring.html

The wiring on this TB/TPS is specific to my application only! (Specifically how it is wired to the stock connector/harness) You must wire it to fit your specific application!

The TPS is a Wells TPS201.

Ben, you are correct with the wiring.

TPS red: +5V
TPS grn: signal (voltage increases with throttle)
TPS blk: ground
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Still have one for sale, or are you willing to make up another?
NASA racing has opened the door to allow full modification to the AFM for 1.6 liter Miatas ( including use of the rx-7/protege units). I am VERY interested in having one for my 1992 race car.
Please contact me.
DrgoodwrenchATgmail.com
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Still have it, ready to ship. PM sent.
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