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Old 09-30-2012, 09:52 PM   #1
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This came off an earlier FM Turbo kit from a 99 Miata. Includes vacuum line.

Not sure how much they go for so I will start with $100 shipped. If it's too much/unrealistic please let me know, if too little then you are in luck.



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FM O2 Signal Modifier, Used

$80 shipped





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Is this plug N play and do you have pics of harness or link pinout?
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I will get more pics ASAP. Not sure if its plug and play. Hopfully one of the piggyback gurus can chime in.
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Good deal in light of the fact that I once sold a Link keypad alone for $200 used.

Anyone that wants to know more about the Link Piggyback should read up here: http://flyinmiata.com/support/instru..._piggyback.pdf
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This won't work for a 94 will it?
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I dont think so. According to the link above, they are year specific. Please correct me if I am wrong.
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Bump. Pics added.
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The piggyback wil work for all years.
I use to have one on my 91.
You'll need extra injector holders welded on your intake and you'll be fine.(no idea what size injectors)
The piggyback controls fuel from the extra injectors, the 2 timing wires from the ecu to coilpack wil be delayed to adjust for the turbo.
The piggyback was also used by early AVO systems mounted on NA models.
Later AVO switched to link stand alone.
No autotune... so all fuel and timing must be taken from fm site for first start

Great about this: it does nothing until you enter boost. So great idle...
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Thank you for clearing that up and providing additional info.
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Do you have the software?
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I will get back to you on that but I am pretty sure I do.
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No software but I have all of the manual and instructions.
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Both are SOLD.
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