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Old 06-10-2008, 01:34 AM   #1
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Default Anybody interested in a coolant reroute spacer

Is anyone interested in buying one of these spacers? Im looking to make a little money on the side for parts... So if I can get a few buyers maybe I would make a few. Dont know how much, but it wouldnt be outrageous thats for sure. The more offers, the less expensive it would be
Here is a link to my re-route.
https://www.miataturbo.net/forum/showthread.php?t=21919

And here is the spacer.

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(The 1.6L housing wouldnt be included in the deal)

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Alright... Anyone else?
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Interested!
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2 maybe, getting better...!
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3! Ok, what is everyone looking for price-wise? I know turbo tim includes shipping in his thermostat housing for $89. (just FYI)
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haha. DUHH!
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Highroller,

Can you incorperate a slot so that the Tstat could be placed between the spacer and Tstat hosuing? I think thats the ideal location of the Tstat, so heater core circulation would pass before the Tstat opens.
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If you machine a groove for the thermostat I'm all over this.
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Similar part without the square corner is $20 from Moss. BEGI will make their round spacer for $18 or less.
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I'd also be interested if it had the groove for a tstat.
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I'd also be interested if it had the groove for a tstat.
Me too.
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Similar part without the square corner is $20 from Moss.
linky?
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cjernigan, is talking about the JR spacer from MOSS. Its actually $15, it is to be used with their JR CAI, where the thermostat housing needs to be raised to fit the CAI.
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Interested, yes!
What is final cost?
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Similar part without the square corner is $20 from Moss. BEGI will make their round spacer for $18 or less.
Link??

I've looked on their site for that JRSC spacer and can't find anything..

Scoured the interweb for the part using the number on that cooling reroute 323gtx page.. Can't find ****. :(

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Let me do a little research guys and find out what the going rate is for similar products plus cost of aluminum, or maybe I have some scrap at the shop from extra orders. Get back to you all ASAP. I need a definate from all people interested (this is not a contract PS, I havent listed a price yet)
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Highroller,

Can you incorperate a slot so that the Tstat could be placed between the spacer and Tstat hosuing? I think thats the ideal location of the Tstat, so heater core circulation would pass before the Tstat opens.
I can do whatever you want. Stock tstat? And do you want a slot machined in for an o-ring? Doing the slot might be a little more, like a couple bucks for the o-ring(nothing outragous) because I would need to do a little more programming
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You have to call Moss to order it. They'll know what you're talking about.
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