While Hustler was having his way with his kitty, I made off with his turbo gear. I'm selling my existing turbo kit to fund his kitty's sphincter rejuvination. It's a FM II kit, complete minus the hydra ECU because I don't want to spend money on a MS even if it is better. I am also keeping the injectors that shipped with the kit because they are in the car.
Otherwise the kit is complete from turbo to intercooler and tubing. It's doesn't have iconel fasteners, it has some sort of weird aircraft fastener and lots of safetywire (I bought the car and didnt choose parts so I dont know what specific bolts they are). I know everyone says you need those iconel studs or the turbo will fall off, but these have worked with no issues at all and i drive the car hard.
It's a track only car, it has about 10 track days on it ~40 miles per day so only 400 miles max on the kit. I've driven the car 5 seconds under the spec miata record at the track on Koni sport suspension and not had one tiny bit of problems with hardware loosening. I haven't touched the car or tightened a bolt on turbo hardware since i've owned it.
I'm only selling because I want to be like Hustler, only better looking and straight.
The kit is for a 1.8, it's on a 94 right now:
Flyin' Miata : Turbochargers : 1994-95 : 1994-95 FM II Hydra turbo kit
1990-05 FM II Hydra
Recommended boost level 12 psi (1990-97) / 10 psi (1999-05) for stock internals
Garrett GT2560R water-cooled ball bearing turbo
0.60 A/R compressor, 0.64 A/R turbine
15" x 8" x 3" intercooler
2.0" ID - 2.5" ID pipes from compressor to intercooler
2.5" ID pipes from intercooler to throttle body
ductile iron manifold
2.5" stainless steel downpipe
all pipes either formed silicone or polished stainless steel
Turbosmart recirculating bypass valve
The kit is on my car now and i will have it off in the next month or so and ready to ship, a serious buyer might motivate me to get it off quicker. The turbo is the GT2560R. I'm asking $2000. The dead bugs are included, no extra charge.
i don't have pics of the underhood handy, just imagine a GT2560R and you get the idea.