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Old 12-12-2017, 12:11 AM   #1
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Hi I have a Miata 1995 with VVT engine I made some parts list if you can help me and tell me what is missing

turbo isr t25
TURBO MANIFOLD / DOWNPIPE
megasquirt ecu
isr exhaust
aem wideband
turbosmart boost gauge
greddy boost controller
cx racing intercooler
DEATSCHWERKS 550CC EV-14 INJECTORS

FM LEVEL 1 CLUTCH

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Old 12-12-2017, 12:17 AM   #2
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Hey start a thread here "meet and greet" post a little about your car and what you plan to do with it. then update profile so we know what part of the world you live in.

https://www.miataturbo.net/meet-greet-40/

Depending on budget read followingturbo isr t25-id reccoment what the mk turbo kit has but im too lazy to search
FLYIN' MIATA MANIFOLD-kraken has a nice one for cheap also
DOWNPIPE
DEATSCHWERKS 550CC EV-14 INJECTORS-good
megasquirt ecu-good
isr exhaust
FM NA/NB CLUTCH/FLYWHEEL HAPPY MEAL
aem wideband-good
turbosmart boost gauge-good
greddy boost controller-skip and control with megasquirt
cx racing intercooler-vibrant cooler---fab9 sells them
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I think Liav and David are both Hebrew names.

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Yes Im From Israel
come With the kit cx racing Intercooler and piping
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David, you will need to get all your coolant/oil feed and return lines and fittings. I would make sure to lookup the fitting sizes and get any adapters and etc because I don't think they will have at Tambour.

Also the usb/serial to connect laptop to the megasquirt

If you haven't bought the FM clutch I have the XTD stage 3 from ebay and it is working well- cost like 75-100

Seems like it would be better to use the boost controller in Megasquirt and just buy the solenoid, no?
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+1 for oil an coolant lines and fittings. This was actually the biggest part of getting my kit going. Also, the Flyin Miata turbo install instructions are awesome. Even if you're using other stuff they have so many related tips and they walk through the whole process.
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