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DavidO762
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Hello new here, I got a 2006 MX-5 Miata Touring model with the 5speed manual in it. I was wondering what anyone recommends for upgrading the ignition systems Accel products? MSD Ignition? Mallory etc... I am slowly turning this lil car into quick lil toy so far I have just purchased body mods, and a Magnaflow exhaust. I am looking to see of any one has used a Sprint Booster on their ride ? Also if anyone has experience with a Weapon R I -Throttle Controller Wiring Harness either as well. Thanks nice to meet you I look forward to building this ride as its my retirement gift from the wife for my years in the Army.
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No ignition upgrades necessary and no gains proven from such changes. Customers running well over 300 hp with our supercharger and turbo kits and still using stock ignition. All Weapon R stuff is junk in our experience....same with that Sprint Booster.

Changes that work start with upgraded header, see our choices on the site.
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Thanks for the info Brian I appreciate that. I had my drains cleaned of debris today as my cab was getting flooded when it rained the dealer pulled a ton of debris out of it and did the water test and they seem to be working. However I thinking that everything was ok with the drains I took it to the car wash to give it a bath and in the midst of the wash I could see water dripping in from the top of both the drivers and passenger door windows in exactly the same spots. So looks like it will be another trip to the dealer again. Not sure if its the top or the window seals but it drips right on in. Just my luck so until I get this leaking issue resolved my exhaust system is on hold my muffler won't be here for a few weeks any how so I gave some time on my hands.
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Just curious will the stock Oxygen sensors work on the Headers that are on the page or do I need to get a different set?
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Yes, stock O2 sensors plug and play into all the headers we offer.
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