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Old 08-21-2013, 12:30 PM   #1
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I have a 1992 miata. I picked the car up for 2000$ it had its problems but got most of that fixed (window regulators,door locking mechanism)

(when i first got it)

Soon after I got it i picked up some xxr 002 15x9 0 offset



I later picked up a turbo for a great price (150$ for a prescision ar48,wastegate, and blow off valve)



I then recieved my Raceland Ultimo Coilovers I had ordered



Then once i got my fenders rolled I got my new wheels on





Then put my shift **** on once it came in



Once I got my new lugnuts I put them on (Volk Racing)

I then got my front lip,nrg hub,nrg quick release and avenue performance steering wheel



One of my favorite mods yet I got a set of corbeau seats for 300$ (most comfortable seats ever haha)



I recently picked up a hard dog roll bar,1.8l motor from a 99-00, and a torsen rear end

the motor is being broke down and machined and it will be getting new head and main studs new forged rods and pistons new bearings new metal headgasket

for electronics I went with a megasquirt ecu (PnP) innovate wideband gauge,glow shift oil pressure and boost gauge

Fuel I went with rc 550cc injectors,and a walboro 255 fuel pump

I got miata intercooler piping and a turboxs manual boost controller

I also got a new stage 3 clutch and slave cylinder



but this is how she is sitting right now

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Old 08-21-2013, 12:35 PM   #2
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nice stance bro

we're all about stance on this forum
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nice stance bro

we're all about stance on this forum
Thank you although I think that is sarcasm
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Not at all. The members of this forum especially recommend Raceland shocks as their ability to go low is equal only to their amazing performance on the track.
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Love that camber! Sick.
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Old 08-21-2013, 12:43 PM   #6
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It will be lifted up some when I drop my new motor in so I can actually launch and not just spin and If you all are being serious about liking it thank you if its sarcasm oh well
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I think that you need to man up and tuck some tire in the front.
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I was with you, as much as I can be with the poke and stretch crowd, right up until that shift ****.

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Sick stretch bro, and madd stance. Loving the dido **** and drift charms. +props.
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Sick stretch bro, and madd stance. Loving the dido **** and drift charms. +props.
this. very original.

I've never seen a stanced miata with streched tires, a marine wheel, racelands, a ***** shift ****, and sportmaxx wheels.

you what might be really cool? if you hung some sort of stuffed animal from the exhaust tip, I've enver seen it done, ever, but i think it would be unique and different and really compliment the car.
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Thank you although I think that is sarcasm
No way bro, this site is all about stance and hellaflush. If you want a real perforamnce oriented function>form site you might wanna check out Clubroadster.
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This thread needs more haha after every statement...haha
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this. very original.

I've never seen a stanced miata with streched tires, a marine wheel, racelands, a ***** shift ****, and sportmaxx wheels.

you what might be really cool? if you hung some sort of stuffed animal from the exhaust tip, I've enver seen it done, ever, but i think it would be unique and different and really compliment the car.
Definitely, I would use this one because nobody else has ever thought of it:

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oh that's really cool. I bet no one has thought of that before.
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Why do people need to take their steeringwheel off??? Especially stance people?
First of all, nobody is going to steal it, because a car thats touching the ground doesnt roll very well... and secondly, the tires are about to fall off the rims, the bead is barely on there... Wouldnt make for a good getaway for Grand Theft Auto.......

ONLY benefit to a car being that low, is that you cant get a jack under it to steal the wheels. lol
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Why do people need to take their steeringwheel off??? Especially stance people?
First of all, nobody is going to steal it, because a car thats touching the ground doesnt roll very well... and secondly, the tires are about to fall off the rims, the bead is barely on there... Wouldnt make for a good getaway for Grand Theft Auto.......

ONLY benefit to a car being that low, is that you cant get a jack under it to steal the wheels. lol
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Also OP, awesome build. Definitely MT.net top 10 car right here.
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Why do people need to take their steeringwheel off??? Especially stance people?
First of all, nobody is going to steal it, because a car thats touching the ground doesnt roll very well... and secondly, the tires are about to fall off the rims, the bead is barely on there... Wouldnt make for a good getaway for Grand Theft Auto.......

ONLY benefit to a car being that low, is that you cant get a jack under it to steal the wheels. lol
-1 for h8ing on OP's swag.


Why do you care what OP does to his swag? His swag is his swag, and nothing you swag will swag swag his swag swag. Stop swagging his swag swag swag swaggot.
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-1 for h8ing on OP's swag.


Why do you care what OP does to his swag? His swag is his swag, and nothing you swag will swag swag his swag swag. Stop swagging his swag swag swag swaggot.
I apologize for my Swaggotry.... My swag will never equal the swagaliciousness of his swag... Swag on yo... Swag on...

YOLO!!!

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That shift ****, gets me every time I scroll by it.
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