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Old 07-01-2016, 09:15 PM   #1
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Since we're starting this build from scratch, and it's for a spec class, we thought we might as well share all the info as we go. Every Miata we and our employees have has a nickname. We bought this filthy, non-running but straight and complete 122k '02 as our donor. We were handed the sole key with a cheesy fob, a big diecast chrome "VEGAS" with pink rhinestones. Done.

The car is being built for Supermiata S1 w2w racing class. Learn more about S1 here

SuperMiata | Supermiata wheel to wheel racing series
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Supermiata S1 - New turbo class for 2017
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https://www.facebook.com/groups/SupermiataRacing/

We want to leave the door open for possible crossover into NASA ST2, ST3 and maybe even T25 somewhere down the road. To that end we're swapping in an NB1 tank which is easier to fit a oversize vent into than the NB2. We're done stripping it, now it's off to TC Design in Campbell, CA for a long list of things. I have some ideas on the graphics revolving around orange and metallic silver vinyl in swoopy curves that follow some of the body lines. It will be a while for the next update while TC is doing their thing.

TC Design stuff:
Cage w/ integrated hard top mounts
Seam Welding
Seat brackets
Center console
Mount for Aim dash on column
Window net install
Ballast mounts in pax floor
Adjustable height steering column
Intercooler mounts
Radiator and I/C ducting
Oil cooler mount and ducting (Setrab 930)
Wing mount with quick release
Driver side engine bay/fender vent
Install Aerocatches
Fab tow hooks

Plan so far
TSE turbo kit, EFR 6258 (spec for S1)
Precision 350hp I/C, V mount
ID 1000 injectors
Walbro 255 HP
MS3Pro ECU
Supermiata engine mounts, 70D
Front Brakes - Radial mount Superlite 4 pots calipers on 11.75 Supermiata directional rotors. The Superlite has quite a bit more pad volume (4.9") vs the popular DP4 (2.1). G-Loc R18
Rear brakes - two piece Goodwin rotors (Sport) with NA8 calipers. G-Loc R10
1" Wilwood master cylinder with prototype Supermiata mounting kit
Supermiata Prop valve kit
Supermiata prototype 3D printed 3" brake ducts
Aircraft style capactive fuel level sender
Setrab diff and trans coolers (separate) in trunk. The model with closed loop fan option.
Supermiata 1.6 Sport Clutch with sprung puck disc
3.9 Torsen
Supermiata crossflow radiator
Supermiata reroute (not M-Tuned)
Square top manifold
Skunk2 throttle body
ESS 4.0L automatic fire system with heat sensitive triggers in cabin and fuel nacelle
OMP HTE 400 seat
Aim MXL2 dash
-OT
-OP
-CT
-CP
-DT
-TT
Xida single adjustable 1000/500
54106 RB front sway bar
Supermiata 9/16" 2 positioin rear bar (prototype)
Supermiata Acetal control arm bushings (prototype)
APR GT-250 foil with Singular Motorsports end plates
3" exhaust with big *** Flowmaster muffler
Singular Motorsports hood vents
245/40/15 Maxxis RC-1
15x10 6UL
ARP wheel studs
Supermiata heavy duty driveshaft
Energy Suspension diff mounts
Dry carbon roof
FRP trunk lid, OEM shape

Engine
84.0mm 9.0:1 Supertech
Manley rods
ACL bearings
Billet oil pump gears
Supertech heavy double valve springs
CNC head with +2 O/S Inconel ex valves
Supermiata damper
OEM cams

For ST2/ST3
End plates on splitter
GT-1000 (dual element) in place of GT-250 foil
245/40/15 A7 or 245/580/15 R80. I have a bunch wrapped in plastic upstairs I'm itching to use
Dry carbon doors
Dry carbon hood
3.9 OS Giken
Quaife Sequential transmission
Moar boost

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What dis? Supermiata Acetal (prototype)
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What dis? Supermiata Acetal (prototype)
Delrin control arm bushings?
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Nice. Very nice.
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What are you changing for the SuperMiata coolant re-route kit?
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What are you changing for the SuperMiata coolant re-route kit?
You'll see
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Is it a Hyper Reroute?
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Holy Grail reroute
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I'm so glad I wasted my money, time and frustration on the M-Tuned kit. Something better is coming out.
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I'm so glad I wasted my money, time and frustration on the M-Tuned kit. Something better is coming out.
Do any of your close friends ever tell you you're a very negative person?
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Love the TSE turbo/Quaife Sequential combo!
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How about front Aero?
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Follow the links in the OP. Air dam and 4" splitter, nothing exotic.
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See the squaretop on the list, are you still working on your own intake manifold?
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See the squaretop on the list, are you still working on your own intake manifold?
One of many projects, yup. Don't ask for details though
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