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Old 06-16-2014, 11:13 PM   #1
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Default 2001 Mazda Miata - $$6,900

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I have a 2001 Mazda Miata for sale, in USA - Georgia.

Mileage: 158,000 miles

$5,900 FIRM

This is the evil twin to my Red Turbo Miata. My dad's owned this green NB for about 4 years. Until earlier this year it was stock other than suspension, but back in March it got a few more upgrades.

2001 NB
Approx 158k miles
I'm the 3rd Owner
2 "accidents" that we're aware of. Minor dents at the front of the driver door. Also minor crinkles in the driver's rear quarter. I'd say 9 out of 10 people who have seen the car haven't noticed either issue.

Exterior is 7.5/10
Interior is 7.5/10
Tires are BFG Sport Comp 2s 5/10

Realistic 180 RWHP

Full FFS supercharger kit w/ latest upgrades from Tom
MP62 Supercharger (inspected and looked good)
Installed with full support from Tom at FFS and the utmost of care
I even fabricated custom brackets to more securely mount several components, including the fuel distribution block.
105mm pulley ~10.5psi installed (have 135mm ~15psi too)
Dummy throttle body
Cold air box
Wide band o2
Boost gauge
Pulls very strong and very smooth

Engine Management:
P-P-P-Power Cards
Fuel adder
All cards updated by Tom at FFS to latest software 3 months ago

Fully OBDII emissions compliant, no check engine lights.

Upgraded suspension:
Recently rebuilt FatCat Bilstein / Fm Springs w/ new FatCat street/track bump stops
This is a great compromise street / track suspension

Other Upgrades:
FM stage I clutch
Custom Roll Bar
1.5 year old robins top w/ glass window

A/C, Power steering, Factory 16" "LS" wheels, everything works as expected. No hidden issues.
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Old 06-18-2014, 09:47 AM   #2
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Can you describe what is uses to monitor timing and describe the dummy throttle body? Does it leak any oil or fluids?
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Old 06-18-2014, 10:45 PM   #3
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Farmerbob, it doesn't "monitor" timing exactly. The Power Card actually intercepts the timing signal from the stock computer and modifies it before sending it's own timing signal to fire the spark plugs / coil.

Minor oil build up on the bottom of the motor, but not a lead that leaves spots on the ground. Tranny and rear end do not leak
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Old 06-22-2014, 11:16 PM   #4
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Clearly price was too high, price drop.

Anyone know how to edit the price in the thread title?
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