SWIPE>>> Many man hours put into this beauty. We are installing this VVT Swap into an Na8 chassis and want it to have Full Function. Car is running a Mspnp2 and the VVTtuner. Not one to just run wires across the bay (plus some wires need special attention for the swap to work)...So we made a complete Hybrid Harness made from a 1995 Na8 Base fuel injection Harness but added Nb2 Cam, Crank, Vvt solenoid, Knocksensor Control, AND Coil on plug Conversion. The idea was to make it be cleaner than stock and robust enough to put up with track abuse. All signal wires were run using Shielded wire with dedicated grounds to prevent EMI from distorting the signal. Everything was soldered and heatshrinked (this is not the place to argue solder or crimps DIYautotune says solder and Im quite good at it so thats what it got) and wrapped and rerouted for a much cleaner result. May not be Mil-spec entirely but Im happy with the result and it should do the trick and after a couple harness tabs and zipties are used should look the part. Id consider making these harnesses as it basically makes this swap bolt in at this point. I would just need enough interest to warrant the time spent. Anywho sorry to be long winded. Thanks for lookin and readin! - #Nerd #Wiring #ocd #Vvtswap #howto #miataharness #miata #mazda #mx5 #BP #nb2 #na8 #trackcar #Motionstyle #Motionmotorsports #Miami #yeehaw!