Thank you all for your help this far. I've been reading meticulously for months now on turbo charging my Miata.
Thus far I've done the following:
-Purchsed and Installed Hard Dog Roll Bar, R-Package Front and Rear Lips (for safety... and looks
-Purchased 90-93 MSPNP2, Innovate MTX-L AFR, Innovate Water Temp, and Innovate Boost Gauge (accompanied by my revlimiter gauge cups
-Purchased Mishimoto Aluminum Radiator and Cooling Fans, M-Tuned Coolant Reroute Kit and Track Dog Racing Cooling Panel
-Researched some more
-Purchased 2002 Miata 3.9 Torsen Differential, Axles, Driveshaft
My question (one of many) is how do I protect my oil pump when I turbo charge? I see many guys using the ATI Super Damper which from what I read appears to be an excellent product, but everywhere I read it says it cannot be installed on a pre-1991.5 1.6 Miata (My car is a 90 with the infamous "short nose crank").
Any advice or suggestions as to precautions I should take or parts I need to acquire given my "SNC" situation would be very appreciated as I begin this project.