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Old 10-11-2015, 03:16 AM   #1
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All prices are base prices, add actual shipping and paypal fees if appropriate.

I replaced my TSE Toyota COP coils with a set of LS3 coils, so the TSEs are for sale. Worked fine when I took them off, just not enough juice for 24 pounds of boost. $150:



I also just upgraded to Dynapros onto my car, so I've got a bunch of old Dynalite stuff I can't use any more. First, the Dynalites that came off the car. Something like 50K miles on them, they were working fine when I took them off, includes the reusable retaining clips. Asking $100 for the pair:

(note that if you need brackets to attach them or rotors to use them with, those are still available in my other thread:
https://www.miataturbo.net/miata-par...er-misc-85213/)





Then I have a pair of new-in-box Dynalites, never used. These were my spares, but I never needed them. Asking $200 for the pair:






A few sets of pads that don't fit my car any more:

Almost-new Wilwood BP-20 pads, 10 street miles on them. Asking $35:




A set of Willwood H-compound pads, one autox on them. I bought them thinking they were an autox compound, but no, they're track pads. Asking $35




A set of Wilwood Q-compound pads. These are low-dust, ceramic street pads, and have some wear. Asking $20:



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TSE COPs are sold.

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Two questions,

Do you know which model number the used ones are?

And any chance of you popping the pistons out and checking their condition? I would probably be interested in just running them with stock rotors so I don't have to worry about pad taper...
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Used Dynalites are sold.

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The prospective buyer for the TSE COPs turned out to have a 1.6, so they're available again.

To make it clear:

TSE COPs came off my 1999. The bracket is spaced for a 1.8, and will probably fit any 94-00 head. The wiring harness has 3 pins wired per coil, which means that you get power, ground, and signal from the ECU. I think the fourth pin is for a tach signal, so you don't get one of those unless you add another pin to the harness. (99s have the ECU drive the tach directly, I think the 94-97 are the same way, but I'm not sure).

New dynalites, brake pads, and the brackets/rotors in the other thread are still available as well.

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Bump, 1.8 TSEs and new Dynalites still available.

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New Dynalites are sold, just the TSE Toyota COPs left now.

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TSE COPs are sold.

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