I guess I should stop lurking. I graduated from college here in Wisconsin and landed a full time job. The day after I heard I was hired, I drove my Honda Fit 5 hours and 4 states away to get my first; '94 Miata with 88k miles on the clock.
The car is black on black and came with the stock daiseys (pretty sure they are solid spokes) and some Kosei K-1's. Sadly I wasn't willing to buy the hard top that was on it for a grand so I left without it.
I have been working on my own vehicles (cars and bike) for the last 5 years or so. I think the most in depth work was a clutch replacement on my 94 civic. Since then, I have befriended a guy that was a full time mechanic for 5 years and now is going back to school. This whole thing is probably his fault since I helped him swap a 1JZ into his 1988 Toyota supra.
I just purchased a MegaSquirt II kit from DIYAutoTune with a few mods:
x MegaSquirt-II Programmable EFI System PCB3.0 - Kit w/ BLACK CASE
x MegaSquirt Stimulator v2.2 - UnAssembled Kit (MSStim22-K)
x MegaSquirt Relay Control 'ModKit' (VTEC, TVIS, Fans)
x MegaSquirt Pullup Resistors 'ModKit' (mk-pullup)
(I know I will need a way to get from the MegaSquirt's DB37 to the car's wiring harness, but I figured I would actually build and test the thing first with the MegaStim)
My plan is as follows:
Build the MegaSquirt
Install Wide Band O2 sensor & gauge and use AFM's temp sensor
Get the car running with the MegaSquirt
Install the BEGi Alpha Omega turbo system w/ Garrett 2560
Install DIYAutoTune's IAT Probe kit
Flyin Miata Stage 1 clutch kit w/ lightened stock flywheel or the Happy Meal
EnthusaCar 2.5" turbo exhuast
Koyo Radiator with coolant reroute
I wish the FAQ MegaSquirt threads still had all those pictures instead of dead links.
Please let me know what you think.