I never seen this exhaust on a miata in action.
Pretty skilled driver tho.
The driver's name is Chelsea. He used to hang out at the same place I did when he lived here in South Florida. He's a great driver but I have to admit I'm not crazy about the smoke stack on his NA I forgot what specific mods he had done on his car but he was close to 300hp with the turbo setup he had on that drift car.
lol, drifting is stupid.....not. This argument has been had. But yea that is chelsea. He ran all last season in nopi drift, and i he also earned his D1 liscens in NJ march of last year. heres his forsale thread copied off roadsterdrift.com. Makes full boost 25psi just over 3k and holds power till 7k smoothly. Was tuned several times for different boost pressures, but at 25 psi on race fuel it made just over 300hp @6k and 340 tq @4200. BUT it makes over 300tq from 3.5K to 6k.
Ran most of last season at 18-20 psi due to transmission issues. around 250 hp and 300tq
SPA 70-36 Turbo. 70 trim (4 inch anti surge intake) .36 AR
Custom large runner "log style" Turbo Manifold. T3 and external wastegate
Tial 38mm wastegate
Downpipe flange (you will need to fabricate dp)
Radiator mounted S-max intercooler Ready for C02 Kit (includes piping and couplers)
S-max Fuel Pressure Regulator
1. What turbo makes 25psi at 3000rpm and has headroom for 340tq?
2. "just over 300hp" + "300tq@6000rpm" = no (300tq@6k=347hp)
I really hate people like that.
fail....300HP @ 6000 RPM = 225TQ
regardless, the turbo is bigger than a 2871 and regardless of it's .36 A/R housing...I don't see it spooling that fast without 11:1 CR and nitrous. It's also very doubtful it held 25psi to redline as the torque dropped off 115 points in 3000 RPMs.
....hey i just copy'd and pasted..... But thats also on a completly stock 1.6L and the only mods internally to the motor are cams from an automatic motor..... Hmm thats wierd. I have a automatic motor in my car..