So a couple weeks ago I made my introduction thread, so now it’s time for my build thread.
Its not anything special, but I figured as much as I like reading other build threads
regardless of what was done, I decided to do my own.
So to recap my introduction,
Bought first Miata with forged motor, and a bunch of BNIB parts,
Friend wrecked Miata,
Bought 2nd Miata,
Striped and sold first Miata,
Stripped 2nd Miata.
And this is where the build starts. It won’t happen overnight as I’m getting married in February,
but I will be working on it and making it my own as quick as I can. Some might not like my paint
scheme, but I couldn’t give a s#!t. I like Green (as you can see through my toolbox) so I am
going to incorporate it throughout and I have seen yall’s option on the color.
Miata starts as a ’96 M Edition.
The lower control arms are getting blasted and powder coated Tein green to match the coilovers.
The car will be painted either Audi Dolphin grey, or Nissan Storm grey. The wheels will be black
15x9 6UL’s wrapped in 225’s. The goal is 300-350 whp all around street, track car with little strip time.
First Miata before crash.
New Miata finally in my garage.
New Miata engine bay.
Hole in piston.
Taking the motor out.
Completely gutted drive train and suspension.
New lights for FREE. (It pays to have an electrician for a dad)
Parts ready for sandblasting and powder coating.
The #3 piston .
Getting ready for the whoring of the parts off the wrecked car.
Motor almost out.
Motor almost out.
VIS carbon fiber hood destroyed.
Saying goodbye to the first miata. So Sad.
40’ gooseneck towing a 9 foot car.
Secret Element tie rod ends installed.
Brembo rotors, and Hawk pads.
K&N for Free. Pays to work at an autoparts store. ( I did not steal it, display)
Boss frog Clear view.
550cc RX7 turbo injectors cleaned and flow tested by Deatsch Werks.
SSC Dual feed fuel rail.
Energy Suspensions bushing kit.
Ishihara-Johnson Crank Scraper.
Any advise, comments, or concerns would helpful.
Thanks, and enjoy.