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Old 06-12-2011, 07:11 PM   #1
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Default I need some help please....

I have miata 1997 power steering and A/C. A friend of mine have a miata 1992 supercharger and he is going to sell his car. He give me the Moos jackson racing supercharger.... Mod 999-156. My question is what i have to do o what I need to buy to fit it on my 97. T.k.
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This should do the trick
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Your initial post is crap. Your second post is a double post of your first one. You should introduce yourself in the Noob section and then update your profile to include your location. Your signature should include the details of your miata because it will help everyone answer questions that you may have.

As for your question about putting a 92 SC kit on your 97, your best bet is to call/email Moss directly. They will be able to provide the parts to make it work on your car.
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Old 06-12-2011, 09:14 PM   #6
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In short, it won't. Search more before posting please. '92 and '97 have different port spacing to say the least, and it will not bolt up. If it's made for the 1.6, I highly doubt there's a compatible kit for the '97 that would allow you to bolt it on to your larger engine. /Thread
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