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Old 09-06-2012, 03:11 AM   #1
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clutch sold, new stuff


Veriable throttle posisiotn sensors (4 wire)
$28 shipped for each sensor with no pigtail (forgot to grab them!)

$50 Miata throttle body with a variable tps sensor w/ pig tail, iac installed


Precision 785 /75lb injectors set of 4, with clips. Low impedance, comes with clips and a resistor pack so they can be used in High impedance applications (standalone computer) $175.00 shipped

the other set is as well 785cc/75lb low impedance Deplhi (same as Precision) comes with clips as well $150.00 shipped
i have not personally ran these injectors but i did ohm them out to make sure there where no duds, they ohmed at 2.4 across all 8. I would suggest sending them out for cleaning due to i dont know the history.

Reason for selling is want to run e85 and im in the market for 1000cc, i will trade plus cash on my end if you have a set


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Old 09-06-2012, 03:12 AM   #2
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I have a spare set of Toyota coil over plugs that will fit a b6/ bp. You will need a standalone computer to control these. The miata guys have been running these coil on plugs with great success! they have built in ignitors. Comes with a harness. I will be running these with my AEM EMS.

$85.00 shipped
here is the write up on the wiring for miata use.
https://www.miataturbo.net/useful-sav...writeup-12704/
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Interested in a VTPS. PMed!
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For what year Miata are they wired? Or does it matter? (COPS)
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i believe the wiring dont matter. Check the link i posted with the write up. If your doing 1.6 i think you can power them up through the ignitor box, or 1.8 you just splice them right into the old coil harness.

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Old 09-06-2012, 01:54 PM   #6
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Is that the harness from the Toyota vehicle the coils came from?
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Old 09-06-2012, 02:08 PM   #7
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found the original sellers post, he was running them on a bp
https://www.miataturbo.net/miata-par...05/#post911747

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You got the miles on the COP's ?
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no clue on miles, they where pulled from a running miata so there should be no issues.
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I have a spare set of Toyota coil over plugs that will fit a b6/ bp. You will need a standalone computer to control these. The miata guys have been running these coil on plugs with great success! they have built in ignitors. Comes with a harness. I will be running these with my AEM EMS.

$85.00 shipped
here is the write up on the wiring for miata use.
https://www.miataturbo.net/useful-sav...writeup-12704/
Any reason why you're selling this spare set you just picked up from PO?

And also can you post P/N of COPs? Which one from below:

90080-19015
90919-02239
90080-19023
90919-02234
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im having someone make me a custom harness due to i want to run a AEM EMS in my ford festiva. The guy doing the wiring said he is just going make me a new harness and it will all be integrated with the engine harness he is making.

coils are 90919-02239
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PM Hot_Wheels.
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pms replied, cops and tb/vtps pending.
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cops sold to joyrider.
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tb with vtps still available.
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bump, cops shipped, the rest is still available.
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Hey, brand new here and looking for a TB/VTPS. Let me know if you still got it?
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Yes I still have complete throttle body with sensor
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