I have a 2000 Mazda Miata LS for sale, in USA - Pennsylvania.
: 75000 miles
Asking price is $8k
I originally bought this Miata as a second ďfunĒ car a few months ago. Bought it in NY and drove it back to Pittsburgh. It is a blast to drive around but priorities are changing and keeping a toy doesnít make the most sense right now. I did get to take it to one autocross and the car performed wonderfully. The car is essentially unchanged from when I bought it from the PO, and Iíve only added around 3k miles to the car since purchase.
The car currently has around 75k miles on it, and the motor has around 15k on it. The turbo has less than that, although Iím not sure of the exact mileage on the turbo.
all new seals/gaskets/etc
new water pump/timing belt
new serpentine belts
M-Tuned coolant re-route kit
BEGi turbo manifold
Godspeed 3076 .86 a/r 4" inlet turbo internal wastegate
stainless turbo feed line
custom welded oil return into oilpan
custom 3" downpipe
custom heat shield
off brand strut tower bar
custom 3" mandrel exhaust with 6x18 cannister and 2 big resonators
custom 2.5" aluminum front mount intercooler kit
GM ait sensor
forge blow off valve
nxs manual boost controller
Injector Dynamics 1000cc injectors
Walbro 255HP fuel pump
FM Level 2 clutch
TRMotorsport 15x9 +36 wheels
Bridgestone Potenza RE-11
Porterfield RS3 front brake pads
megasquirt DIYPNP with ms2-extra firmware
internal MAp sensor
hardwired tuning cable (removable)
Autometer boost gauge
AEM uego wideband o2 kit (hardwired into MS)
MOMO JDM rx7 fd3s steering wheel
Pioneer head unit (lights up same color as speedometer)
NB2 center console
Kee soft top with glass window (less than 3 years old now. Does have a tiny hole below the glass that I sealed up. Does not leak)
blacked out 03 Miata projector headlights
Xentec HID kit 6000k
Red out tail lights
03 Miata front bumper
Optional equipment Front lip
Optional side skirts
OEM rear mud flaps
OEM 01+ Mazda Miata "crisp white" paint job
Paint isn't perfect, there is some chipping at the top of the drivers door. I believe it was due to poor prep from whoever painted it. It is not noticeable unless pointed out but should be looked into.
You have to convert it back to na for emissions inspection, as MegaSquirt doesnít provide a connection signal via the OBDII port like the OEM ECU does. All the parts needed to do this will be included.
The car was originally tuned to be run with e85. The PO had given me a tune for 93 the he used for storing the car in the winter and driving it from Cali to NY but it wasnít very good. I flashed the firmware on the megasquirt from 3.0.3u to the current 3.2.1 and after accidentally frying the coil pack had it back up and running with the base tune from DIY. The car made ~300hp at 18 pounds on e85 but I currently have base tune timing map loaded and use with 93. Honestly the car needs to get some dyno time because it has a lot of potential and is super conservative. I think I have the e85 tunes I just never bothered to put them on (only one gas station near me even has e85). The tune that is currently on the car is okay but could use some smoothing out. Like I said, I did go to an autocross with this tune and the car drove great.
I am asking $8k for the car, which I feel is a fair price for a car this well sorted. Iím not in a rush to sell, and Iím not interested in any trades at this time. With a little time and patience this car can be a pristine example of a turbo Miata, and should be an awesome street/track/DD-capable setup.