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Old 03-25-2019, 12:36 PM
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I know I'm a new member and came from a completely different platform (cobalt)... But I think a DIY section with organized sub-sections (ie. exterior, aero, interior, electrical, 1.6 engine, 1.8 engine, lighting... etc) would be quite helpful. The main Cobalt forum has a section organized like this and I found it quite helpful when I was new to that platform.
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Oh wow.

That sounds nice but if we all search, it seems like we can generally find the threads we need. Still, I can see how sub-sub-sub forums can be useful to some.
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Oh wow.

That sounds nice but if we all search, it seems like we can generally find the threads we need. Still, I can see how sub-sub-sub forums can be useful to some.
Like I said, it was very handy to have everything organized in one spot for How-To's. I don't have a problem using the search function (I'm not one of "those guys"). Just figured I'd give my .02. What the admins do with it is up to them obviously.
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It would make sense for a more general Miata forum, but MT is mostly pretty focused on performance, and that performance tech is mostly focused on a particular kind of racing. I dont think its necessary to break it down that far.

Hell a lot of the tech is in build threads. If you cant search youre not going to find that stuff.
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Originally Posted by Full_Tilt_Boogie View Post
It would make sense for a more general Miata forum, but MT is mostly pretty focused on performance, and that performance tech is mostly focused on a particular kind of racing. I dont think its necessary to break it down that far.

Hell a lot of the tech is in build threads. If you cant search youre not going to find that stuff.
Hit the nail on the head here.


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^ Can agree, also for those who don't know, a good way to search is to just search google and then at the end of your search put "site:www.miataturbo.net".
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