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Old 08-01-2010, 01:21 PM   #41
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I am actually surprised FM sold him all that **** without mentioning engine management. I guess someone was happy to just take an order..
The guy is a complete moron, I'm sure FM did mention it.

As for you... WTF does the MBSP have to do with cams?

Some people just shouldn't work on their own cars...


@ They sell the 4qt oil jugs pretty much everywhere here... never seen a 5qt one though, and I usually buy my Rotella at WallyWorld.
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I say this *** will come here in a few days and say hi....
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The guy is a complete moron, I'm sure FM did mention it.

As for you... WTF does the MBSP have to do with cams?
The MBSP keeps the camshat rotating assembly tight which keeps your face locked down securely onto my *******.
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Old 08-01-2010, 05:04 PM   #45
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The MBSP keeps the camshat rotating assembly tight which keeps your face locked down securely onto my *******.
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The MAIN BEARING Support Plate supports, oddly enough, the main bearing caps which are located at the bottom of the block wrapped around the crankshaft, not your tiny *******.

The camshafts are located at the top of the head and open the valves.

So the MBSP is at the bottom of the engine, camshafts are at the top... clear enough for you?




Seriously, just stfu until you have the slightest idea you're talking about...
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Old 08-01-2010, 06:59 PM   #46
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I could not help but run a troll over there
http://clubroadster.net/vb_forum/showthread.php?t=34689

yeah and flea I hope you were joking.
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So the MBSP is at the bottom of the engine, camshafts are at the top... clear enough for you?

Seriously, just stfu until you have the slightest idea you're talking about...
WTF? Miata is a pushrod engine. The MBSP is bolted to the cam lobes which hold it steady while it rotates at 1/3 of the rotaries in the cylinder heads.
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Old 08-01-2010, 09:47 PM   #48
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Oh, I never commented on this... I sell oil to people like this. He is so dumb, really, really dumb! The smart ones ask me to look up engine oil capacity.
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My head aches from reading this. I feel a little sick as well...
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Old 08-01-2010, 11:04 PM   #50
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Seriously, just stfu until you have the slightest idea you're talking about...
Dense much?
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So the MBSP is at the bottom of the engine, camshafts are at the top... clear enough for you?
Wrong. They call it MAIN BEARING support plate because your toothpick sized neck just doesn't have the stamina to keep bobbing up and down for a long enough period of time. Also, this is a JDM motor ******, so remember that it was born on the other side of the planet. They drive on the right side of the road over there in the southern hemisphere so you have your **** all mixed up. If this were a Ford, Toyota, or other US make car you would be correct. But this is a longitudinally mounted JDM block so you're straight up wrong. The oil must go to the head. How do you think it gets there? You pour your oil in the valve cover--- where do you think it goes? It stays right there and hence the need to control the camshat frothing action. You STFU and stay right there on my kiwi.
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I watched a buick shat a cam once. True story ;p

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Wrong. They call it MAIN BEARING support plate because your toothpick sized neck just doesn't have the stamina to keep bobbing up and down for a long enough period of time. Also, this is a JDM motor ******, so remember that it was born on the other side of the planet. They drive on the right side of the road over there in the southern hemisphere so you have your **** all mixed up. If this were a Ford, Toyota, or other US make car you would be correct. But this is a longitudinally mounted JDM block so you're straight up wrong. The oil must go to the head. How do you think it gets there? You pour your oil in the valve cover--- where do you think it goes? It stays right there and hence the need to control the camshat frothing action. You STFU and stay right there on my kiwi.


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Wrong. They call it MAIN BEARING support plate because your toothpick sized neck just doesn't have the stamina to keep bobbing up and down for a long enough period of time. Also, this is a JDM motor ******, so remember that it was born on the other side of the planet. They drive on the right side of the road over there in the southern hemisphere so you have your **** all mixed up. If this were a Ford, Toyota, or other US make car you would be correct. But this is a longitudinally mounted JDM block so you're straight up wrong. The oil must go to the head. How do you think it gets there? You pour your oil in the valve cover--- where do you think it goes? It stays right there and hence the need to control the camshat frothing action. You STFU and stay right there on my kiwi.
**** why did I even put the oil pump back in my motor? It cant pump **** since its on the bottom.
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I am stunned by the amount of retardation in this thread
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I am stunned by the amount of retardation in this thread
The "oil pan" is a lie.
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This is pretty funny - just remember though, don't go full 'tard. Don't ever go full 'tard, man !
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This is pretty funny - just remember though, don't go full 'tard. Don't ever go full 'tard, man !
How did the head gasket repair go, buddy

faeflora, shouldn't you be knotching a frame rail somewhere...
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This needs repeating as I think maybe Mr. sawzall missed this the first time...
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Old 08-02-2010, 09:30 AM   #60
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I love how this thread went from laughing at someone on cr.net to this...
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