Originally Posted by joe morreale
I ordered the flow force 610cc injectors with the plug harness. I also ordered the AEM wideband. I'm just waiting on Braineak to message me back so we can close the deal.
It will probably be another week or two before he gets back to you as he is currently out of the country.
Getting the flow force injectors are a wise choice, they are a biyore expensive then the rx8, but overall quality is much higher. Below I will list the steps to successfully boost a miata for reliability on a stock motor. It's not the cheapest way to do it, but it will give you the least headaches.
1. Buy a MS3 of some sort and a wideband. Learn to tune the motor naturally aspirated.
2. Buy flowforce or id1000 injectors and install and re-tune fuel.
3. Buy and install a fm1 clutch, or an act clutch. I reccomend the fm1 due to being cheaper and holding more torque then the act. Do a proper break in.
4. Buy a good quality turbo setup. Fm/begi/Tse/mkturbo are where you should be looking. All 4 of those make quality hotside parts, cost varies between them but all will work. It just comes down to how much you want to do yourself verse having everything come being ready for install.
5. Enjoy a reliable 200-240whp miata on a stock motor.