09-03-2016, 10:04 PM
Join Date: Dec 2014
Total Cats: -8
94-95 miata turbo part out.
hey guys I'm parting out my turbo build in order to make way for an engine swap. below is a link to the Craigslist add but if you are lazy I will also post the pics and description here.
NOT PICTURED "ATI super damper, both 5 speed's, 1000cc injectors, MSPNP2 MM9495, clutch and I'm sure I'm missing something so just ask!"
I can take pictures of anything you are interested in and send them to you personally.
Miata Turbo 1.8 part out.
For sale is a Flying Miata fm2 turbo kit. ($3,000)
the kit has the options of a garret GT3071 turbo
stainless steel braided coolant lines
front mount intercooler with mounting hardware and all the piping to go from the turbo to the throttle body, included is the oil lines and fitting to go into the block. "oil pan bung is not included"
Super miata Harmonic Balancer from 949 racing used for 5k miles but still in good shape ($275)
ATI harmonic balancer with belt guide from Flying Miata used for 500 miles still in like new condition ($475)
Deatsch Werks 700cc fuel injectors "e85 compatibility" ($250)
Deatsch Werks 1000cc Fuel Injectors "E-85 Compatibility" ($300)
95 miata Torsen Rear Differential 128,000 miles on it and still working perfectly "comes with PPF" ($600)
95 Miata Drive shaft 128,000 miles ($85)
95 Miata 5 Speed Transmission shifts flawlessly and rebuilt the shifter last year with new plastic bushing. ($275)
94 Miata 5 Speed Transmission, I got the trans when I bought an extra engine so I could take the cylinder head from it. The Trans came out of a running car that the owner claimed to have shifted perfectly and have no issues, however I can not make any guarantees as I have never used this transmission in my car. comes with a short block that I also never used as i only needed the cylinder head ($225)
FM clutch and pressure plate rated for 315 ft/lb of torque, comes with flywheel so you will not need to get anything resurfaced, the clutch has about 10,000 miles on it. As flying miata says it does have a lower engagement point than a stock clutch but I personally really like it and the pedal feel is almost identical to stock. ($200)
ARP head studs, these are used but in good condition and have all the nuts and washers as well, however it is recommended you use the oem Miata washers as they have a larger surface area, ($20)
MSPNP2 "MM9495" works great has no issues and is really easy to tune and it also plugs right into your factory harness ($600)
please feel free to contact me with any questions. this is all used equipment but is known to be in good working condition.
Last edited by JacksonRacingEngines; 09-14-2016 at 03:34 PM.
Reason: parts sold