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Old 06-02-2009, 09:42 PM   #1
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Default 90-93 TOYOTA COP'S Ignition system! Plug-n-play!! $175

will be making a few COPS PNP set ups for 90-93's.

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$175 for a true plug-n-play set up.

.. Dont like the price? Then make your own for less and don't clutter up my thread with complaints.
This is for the lazy who dont trust there own work and dont want to go through with the hassle of searching then ordering each individual part online and then assembling/soldering a wiring harness.


A deposit of $75 will be required to order COP's and connectors expect a week to a week an a half at most for delivery.

Kit includes:
-Igniter (gutted, all wires connected & soldered)
-Wiring harness
-connectors
-Coil-on-plugs
-& my appreciation for your business and support

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I qualify as too lazy, and will PayPal you a deposit promptly.

You sir, have a deposit
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got it, thanks.
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One needs to pay vender fees to do this don't they?

Good luck!
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One needs to pay vender fees to do this don't they?

Good luck!
Well, im no real vendor. Just a broke college student trying to make some money for a new turbo set up.
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Old 06-03-2009, 08:33 AM   #6
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So connectors but no hold down bracket?

So its PnP + fabricate stuff to finish the PnP part?
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So connectors but no hold down bracket?

So its PnP + fabricate stuff to finish the PnP part?

good question splitime, but brackets arent really needed. i have been running with no brackets at all with my COPS set up for a few months and never once has a coil pack backed out of its hole.

Brackets are nice to have but are not needed at all.
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good question splitime, but brackets arent really needed. i have been running with no brackets at all with my COPS set up for a few months and never once has a coil pack backed out of its hole.

Brackets are nice to have but are not needed at all.
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Do you use buttsplices for the connections? I've heard those carry the most current to the plugs.
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all contact point are soldered for best quality, i would NEVER consider buttsplice connectors because of the fact they can come lose and just cause headache's.
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I qualify as too lazy, and will PayPal you a deposit promptly.

You sir, have a deposit
Milton price cut moves along to you as well so no worrys.
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i have toyota cops. can you make me harness and connectors? will be hooked up to aem standalone.
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$100 shipped, you get the pre-wired gutted igniter
wiring harness
spade connectors with OEM toyota connectors.

correct? let me know
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Any interest in making 1.8L versions as well? I know of two guys that would would want a set. One for a 94 and one for a 97. Wouldn't even need the coils as they already have them for those, just the harness.
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for now 1.6's is all i can do
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oh hai there
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Which coils are you using? Any pics to show your work?
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do i also need to buy electronics to to modify the dwell curve modify the dwell curve when using link system?
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With my set up, i just added the cops and that was it, i ran it like that for about 2 weeks nothing happend then a friend adjusted the dwell for me on my mspnp but i didnt notice a difference
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I may be interested... Would also like to see some pics if possible.
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Anybody buy a set and have any pics/comments?
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