1992 Mazda Miata (5spd manual)
1.6L engine - 162k miles
AC Remove - because racecar
Depowered steering rack
Full synthetic fluids (motor, transmission, rear diff)
New belts, new hoses
Greddy turbo system (already has relief cuts in the exhaust manifold and the exh manifold stud kit)
Starion front intercooler
Flyin Miata turbo heat shield
Upgraded braided SS oil return line
Upgraded turbo downpipe
1.8L Spec Stage 2+ Clutch
1.8L OEM flywheel
OEM Torsen Differential (From a 1999, 4.30 gear I believe)
Short throw shifter
I recently rebuilt the shifter internals with new bushings and boots, etc for a more precise shift. Also changed the fluid in the transmission trunion.
I rerouted the original Greddy air filter location to just behind the headlight to take advantage of the cold air coming in through the scoop on the headlight cover (aftermarket). This significantly reduces your intake air temps.
Greddy E-manage tuning system (w/O2 clamp)
Greddy electric boost controller
Zeitronix wideband O2 sensor
Zeitronix fuel pressure sensor
Both systems have connections so that you can data log and custom tune.
Boomslang ECU harness
Supra 315cc injectors
Walbro 190 fuel pump
Trackspeed upper radiator shield. (prevents air from passing over the top of the radiator to improve radiator cooling).
Garage Vary front lip.
Custom aluminum under shield that runs from the front lip back under the engine. (Reduces air turbulence and lift at high speeds)
KYB AGX 8-way adjustable shocks
Ground Control coilovers with Eibach springs
Fatcat Motorsports NB shock mounts with 36mm bumpstops
Aftermarket front and rear sway bars (Flyin Miata I believe)
Front sub-frame brace
Previous owner replaced all 22 control arm bushings with new urethane bushings and also the Mazdaspeed engine and differential mounts.
Upgraded to the 1.8L brakes front and rear
New rear brake calipers
Hawk DTC-60 race pads
SS brake lines
Flyin Miata Master Cyliner Brace
I run the ATE Type 200 fluid. (Flushed twice already this year but of course you'll be expected to change it before you're next track day)
Team Dynamic 15x8 wheels
205/50/15 Kumho XS tires
Hard dog double diagonal roll bar
Momo Start race seats
G-Force 6pt harnesses
Momo quick release steering wheel
There are plenty of cosmetic flaws and I've taken that into consideration with the price a bit, but honestly, the value in this vehicle is as a track car.
$6500 firm. I dropped the price from $7200 to $6500. That's my bottom dollar. It's a great car and worth the price.
It's been incredibly reliable (I've never had to turn a wrench on it while at the track), consumable parts like brakes and tires are cheap, and it's a great handling platform. It has served me well.
This car isn't just a collection of aftermarket parts. There's been considerable effort put into working out the kinks of making a turbo car reliable on the track. That doesn't happen by chance.
I've already done two track events this year and the car ran great the whole time. Needs nothing, just jump in and hit your next track day.
Here's a recent video of it on the track in May. Note that while the Z06 has more hp on the straights, the Miata gains it back in the braking zone and corners (intermediate run group). Just goes to show you don't have to spend $30k to have fun on the track.