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Old 08-24-2016, 02:39 PM   #1
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Well the time has come to move on from this project. Kind of sad to do it but priorities have kind of changed and having a 500+whp Miata isn't something I desperately want anymore.

The car will be coming home within the week and I will begin pulling parts from it at that time. I can get much more detailed photos of parts at that time to show their current condition but all these parts have only been installed and never actually ran, unless otherwise noted. For more details on things you can check out my build thread on here.

Everything is located in Windsor, ON but I am willing to ship within North America. Prices do not include shipping.

PayPal only. Prices are negotiable within reason if it seems something is posted a bit high but I'm trying to base them off what I see these things going for. If a price is way out of line feel free to let me know.

Starting out I will likely need a week or two to pull the parts and get them shipped out, but once everything is taken off parts should go out in a few days after receiving payment.

If you buy groups of items together (like the entire turbo setup w/ IC & piping) I am willing to give you a bit of a deal for saving me the hassle.

Everything is in USD.

Best contact is email: paulsulja [at] gmail.com
PM works too but I'm not likely to respond as quickly as through email.

Motor (Built by Bryan @ Fab9, never ran) - $4,000
- Ford Escort Block (Same as '94 Miata)
- '99 Miata Head
- Wiseco 83.5mm 8.5:1 Pistons
- Manley Forged Rods
- ARP head studs
- ARP main studs
- ACL RACE bearings
- Cometic MLS Headgasket
- Oil pump - Boundary Engineering Street 0 shims
- Supertech Intake Valves 33mm Hi-flo
- Supertech Exhaust Valves 30mm (+2) Inconel
- Supertech Dual Valve Spring Kit 63lbs
- Supertech Valve Seal Set
- OEM Gaskets - Oil Pan, Crankshaft + Front Seal, Rear Main
- Gates Complete Water Pump + Racing Timing Component Kit


- ATI Harmonic Balancer - $400

- AEM EMS4 standalone ECU - $800
- Begi reroute spacer w/ Kia thermostat housing (used for a season) - $75
- Ebay Radiator (used for a season) - $80
- SPAL 12" slim fan x2 - $65 each
- Custom aluminum Fan shrouding - $75 (Both fans w/ shroud = $190)

- Setrab 25row Oil cooler kit - $400
(Setrab 20-25 row, Mocal sandwich plate w/ 180* tstat, Setrab sandwich plate adaptor)
(-10AN lines)
- Mishimoto Baffled oil catch can 2 port x2 - $100 each


Fuel System
- Walbro 450 (#F90000267) - $115
- ID2000 injectors - $875
- Fuelab 515 regulator (-6AN) w/ gauge - $150
- FM dual feed fuel rail w/ lines - $240
- -6AN SS fuel feed lines w/ in line AN filter - $150

Fab9Tuning Sidemount Turbo setup - $3,200
- EFR 7163 Vband
- 40mm turbosmart EWG
- Fab9 manifold
- Fab9 3" downpipe
- Custom EWG Dump tube
- EGT bung
- Oil feed (1/8 NPT > -4AN male, -4AN SS line)
- Oil drain (-10AN)



- 2.5" custom aluminum piping w/ 4ply silicone couplers w/ IAT & Meth inj. bungs - $300
- fab9 550hp IC - $275

- SnowPerformance Stage 1 Meth Injection - $325

- Squaretop manifold - $425
Port/polish & bore out inlet to match TB
- Skunk2 throttle body - $275

Sensors
- Innovate EGT - $165
- AEM Wideband O2 (BNIB) - $170
- XS Power S680 AGM Battery w/ Mount & Charger - $230

Ignition
- LSx D585 coils $40

Transmission/Drivetrain setup - $2,500
- TII rx7 trans
- TII rx7 diff
- Aluminum Adaptor plate
- Clutchnet 6 puck sprung disk
- Clutchnet 500ft/lb pressure plate
- TII throwout bearing
- TII shifter
- Solid TII crossmember bushings
- Delrin Diff Mounts
- Custom broached rear hubs for TII axles
- TII axles
- Shaftmasters custom 3" aluminum driveshaft



Chassis
- Frog Arms (uninstalled) - $250
- Frog rails (uninstalled) - $100
- Reinforced swaybar mounts $130
- Wilwood 6-piston Front BBK w/ SS lines - $850
- Megan Racing Coils (used for 3 seasons) - $500

Wheels
Work Meister CR01 Wheels - $2100
15x9 +7 Front
15x9.5 +1 Rear

Jongbloed 15x10 w/ Maxxis RC-1 245/40r15 tires - $1350


There will likely be parts added as I come across stuff I may have forgotten about.
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These pics are from when I was building it, updated pics will be posted as parts are pulled.












Picture from before installing the engine


The EWG dump

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Thanks guys! If I had the ability or time to properly finish it on my own I'd see it through, but no time means paying someone to finish it, and paying someone to finish a project like this is not cheap.
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That is one seriously hardcore build. Hope it goes to a good owner.
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Can u use the stock miata rear diff with the tii Trans?

I just built an OSGiken 3.63 and would love your Trans and adapter unless Downmented gets it first

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You do know that you're more than welcome to bring it to my house while I finish it. Can't tune AEM though. Heated garage for winter too.
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TAKE DILLON UP ON HIS OFFER! DO IT!

Sad, was wondering if this day would come.
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You do know that you're more than welcome to bring it to my house while I finish it. Can't tune AEM though. Heated garage for winter too.
I've had a number of people offer to finish it and each time it resulted in me paying to tow the car over, only to result in the car sitting there for months on end with no progress until I paid to tow it back home and to another home or shop. Now there have been so many hands in the cookie jar that a legitimate shop has it and won't be able to charge less than 50hrs to properly finish it.

This build has been more frustration than a hobby and to properly finish it it'll still cost me the total of what I would need to make my Golf R an 11 second car.

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Can u use the stock miata rear diff with the tii Trans?

I just built an OSGiken 3.63 and would love your Trans and adapter unless Downmented gets it first
I'm not really looking at splitting up the swap unless I have interested parties for both the complete trans and complete diff swaps.

I'm sure you could make it work with the stock diff, you would just need to find a way to mount the front of your diff because this swap deletes the PPF.
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Reroute fits a 1.8?
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Reroute fits a 1.8?
Yes
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I've had a number of people offer to finish it and each time it resulted in me paying to tow the car over, only to result in the car sitting there for months on end with no progress until I paid to tow it back home and to another home or shop. Now there have been so many hands in the cookie jar that a legitimate shop has it and won't be able to charge less than 50hrs to properly finish it.

This build has been more frustration than a hobby and to properly finish it it'll still cost me the total of what I would need to make my Golf R an 11 second car.

PM Inbox has been cleared out, sorry to all those that tried to PM me, try again please.
Those people must suck.
I'd get **** done, I'd be under the influence, but things would get done.

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^all of this is true, can confirm.
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LS coils include the wiring? if so ill take them, along with the coolant reroute.
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Edit; disregard.

Party at Erat's place? With a few of those Rockstars I think it would be finished in short order. 240mg Caffeine per can

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i dont know anyone but god damm id fly over to do my best to finish that car.....
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Is the intercooler piping, A/C and power steering compatible?

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These pics are from when I was building it, updated pics will be posted as parts are pulled.












Picture from before installing the engine


The EWG dump
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