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Old 11-18-2011, 06:45 PM
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Renown Performance Presents!
Renown Race Tech: Mazda Miata 1.8L Thermal Intake Heat-Guard



Its no secret your engine produces heat. How ever the block isn't the only part getting hot, so is you intake manifold! We have the solution you need, Renown is now Offering RRT(Renown Race Tech) Mazda Miata 1.8 Thermal Heat guard: Intake manifold gaskets. Most people are unaware that raising AIT (Air Intake Temps) in your engine can not only lower you engine's performance, but CAN lead to Detonation. So Make your engine happy, help it breath cool and work towards achieving a more reliable engine. This is a practical quick fix product for any weekend warrior or all out track racer!


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What we are looking for is group of people wanting to be the first to own this awesome product before our first batch is finished. We will have products for the 94-97, 99-00 Miata, and throttle body gaskets are also available. We have great success with our Honda gaskets on the shop car figured why not offer it for the Miata. All we need 10 people minimum for each gasket style Sold at only $50 SHIPPED!

When ordering please specify your engine type.
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Old 11-18-2011, 06:53 PM
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Dumb question:
If all my electrical grounds are on the intake plenum, will this affect my precision electronics?
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No sir. Grounding can still be achieved by the bolting together of the head and intake.

Not a dumb question. Its good that that was brought up, now there will be an answer for the next guy. Questions only help.
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How thick is it? Have you tested for temp drop?
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We have seen Temp drop on our Honda's while data logging. How ever we have not tested it on a Miata. Although the Miata gaskets use the same technology and material, that was use to yeild possitive results on the other cars using these gasket. We already have a few Miatas that are receiving a fully ported head from us that are excited to utilize the advantages of the gasket.

The gaskets are 1/4 inch thick.
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Do we need longer bolts to make up the 1/4in? 1/4in shouldn't mess with any intercooler/intake piping though. Unless everything is on wiggins clamps, maybe the slack fairy will be graceful.
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Old 11-19-2011, 12:49 AM
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Originally Posted by Renown Performance View Post
No sir. Grounding can still be achieved by the bolting together of the head and intake.

Not a dumb question. Its good that that was brought up, now there will be an answer for the next guy. Questions only help.
The grounds are so finicky on the LC1 that I'm afraid to change anything, lol.
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Same-ish as the Hondata?
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Old 11-21-2011, 06:19 PM
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Same technology yes. How ever this is your opportunity to support a Miata sponsor.
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I'm guessing that these are compatible with the square top manifolds?

oh wow, i just realized how i brought this back from the dead..
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rather bring it back from the dead than get reamed for not searching.

has anyone bought one of these or a similar product for their BP? did you notice any gains?

The reason i ask is im getting a new intake manifold and was curious about putting one of these on with it.
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Huh, Renown got banned?

I believe Emilio has posted some data about this type of gasket, he seems to like them.
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Originally Posted by EO2K View Post
Huh, Renown got banned?

I believe Emilio has posted some data about this type of gasket, he seems to like them.
Sponsor status was up, I am betting within the next week they are back.
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