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Miata 90-93 NA6 Full plug and play kit.

(2 customer reviews)

$375.00 $365.00

Everything you need to upgrade your 90-93 miata to standalone engine management.

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Description

This is our most comprehensive and easiest to install NA6 pnp kit. Everything you need to add full standalone engine management to your 90-93 miata.

The full kit includes:

Speeduino NA6 pnp ECU,
MAF/AFM delete plug,
GM IAT sensor,
8ft of map line,
Bmw vTPS,
printed TPS adapter,
and a plug in vTPS adapter harness to connect to your stock tps plug.

 

Additional information

Weight 32 oz
Dimensions 6 × 8 × 5 in

2 reviews for Miata 90-93 NA6 Full plug and play kit.

  1. J. Miller (verified owner)

    I have had this kit for a week and, so far, I am very pleased. Super easy installation. Shipping was prompt. The items included appear to be very good quality and the tune that comes pre-loaded works great. I had to make very few adjustments to the tune to get my car running properly. Customer support is also fantastic. Reached out with some questions via Facebook and received an initial response in about an hour (early Sunday morning, too). All questions were answered thoroughly.

    Only “complaint” is that the tune is based on an older version of Speeduino from April 2018 (several updates to Speeduino have been made since then). But not that big of a deal as its pretty easy to port it the tune over to the newer versions of Speeduino.

    Overall, very happy with my purchase and the service that SpeedyEFI provides. Would definitely recommend.

  2. Alex Gunn (verified owner)

    Product is exactly what i wanted. I wanted to get into modifying my miata, but its a small project and i’m no mechanic, so i did not want to over invest.

    Product came well packaged with a quick delivery. Came with all the parts it needed except the Wideband sensor and gauge(which they now sell, so i would suggest you pick the AFR sensor/gauge at the same time and then you have the complete kit to go SpeedyEFI in one box).

    Parts included connector cable adapters so minimal wiring was required. Toughest part on the 1.6 was getting the TPS on without removing the throttle body (I did it, but be prepared to use 3 hands).

    Once i was all connected I downloaded the latest base map, updated the software on the box to match the latest base map and the damn thing fired up first time! There is some mild tuning to be done after, but that is a whole separate project.

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