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Old 02-15-2009, 05:17 PM   #1
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anyone have a bad CAS lying around?

supposedly the metal CAS cover will fit right onto my escort distributor in place of the distributor cap. this would make for a nice clean install when i eventually go distributorless.

if you feel like selling me the cover (or the whole CAS) for cheap, shoot me a PM.
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hey dude, i know it's from another forum, but he's local to me, he's pretty straight...
here's the link...
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let me know if it doesn't work. he's selling some ignition parts.
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thanks for the link... thats a bit more than i'd like to spend though considering i just need the little sheet metal cover
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huh? no... he hasn't posted a price for "that" part. he says "he's got various ignition parts for sale as well, like ignitors and the such"... unless you contacted him about it?.
he's pretty decent price wise. i've bought from him before. tell him you want the "julio-tastic" discount. lol. he'll hook you up right.
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ooohhh, gotcha . i saw that he had a good CAS for sale and i assumed that was what you were referring to. i'll sign up tonight i guess.
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eh, don't worry bout it. i'll post on it and ask him how much he'd want. just tell me what you want, exactly, and i can copy/paste to the site. i'll let him know it's for another member... i think he might be on here, but i'm not sure. he's got a 93 turboed.
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Uh... 99+ miata's didn't have a CAS or a distributor. They just had a freeze plug that pressed into the area to seal it up. If you plan on deleting the distributor, just get the plug that any 99+ miata uses. Hell, just measure the bore diameter and find a freeze plug that size. Cost less than a dollar probably.
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i'll still be using the CAS, i'm not adventurous enough to actually installed a toothed wheel on the crank.
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I can only imagine that the 99+ factory toothed wheel and 99 valve cover will fit your motor. And if you run an MS, you can build the circuits to read these sensors. Seem like it would all bolt up and work. Better than a CAS.
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hmmm i may have to look into that, thanks for the tip
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