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Old 07-24-2012, 11:21 AM
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Default 94 LS1 Miata on NoRotors - $12,500

http://www.norotors.com/index.php?topic=12708.0

Not mine...but I kinda wish it was

Thought someone here might be interested.

94 LS1 Miata

The chassis now has around 94,000 miles and originally was an automatic M-edition Miata. The underside is very clean and is without damage or rust. The body is rust free but has door dings and scratches from the previous owner.
I spent almost two years performing the conversion and I am getting a new project soon and need to make room. Bossfrog Mounts were used for the subframe and transmission. The Flyin` Miata mount and axles were used for the differential. All of the suspension bushings were replaced with Energy suspension bushings along with new eccentric bolts. Flyin` Miata V-Maxx coilovers, a solid Racing Beat front sway bar and a freshly rebuilt manual rack give for a great ride and feedback from the car.
Car is easy to drive and is quiet at idle and while cruising. Every aspect of the mechanics of this car has been replaced or refreshed. I wanted the car to be worthy of road trips and nice for summer days without the worry of break downs, So all new parts were used for waterpump, alt, maf etc.. Has no leaks or issues and is truely a turn key summer car at this point.


Engine
LS1 Engine – Mileage is now around 38,000 miles.
Modifications to the engine include a LS6 intake manifold and a Patriot Performance Dual "Gold Extreme" Valve Spring Kit.
PCM was flashed by “Tuned by Frost”
Sanderson Headers to Enthuza 2.5" system with Magnaflow muffler
Flyin` Miata V8 Fuel kit
Flyin` Miata V8 radiator and hose kit
Flyin` Miata V8 Stage 1 airflow kit

Drivetrain
T-56 – Rebuilt for the swap – Steel forks and new bushings
Getrag limited slip differential - 3.43
Creative Steel nose bushing
Flyin` Miata driveline kit: Getrag Stage 1
LS7 Clutch

Interior
Cyberdyne digital speedometer
NRG quick released hub and MOMO steering wheel
Tan Soft top with glass in great shape (about 3 years old)
OBD Scan port located in glove box

Chassis/Suspension
Flyin` Miata V8 V-Maxx coilovers
Flyin` Miata V8 Fuel kit
M2 Hard Core Double Diagonal
Energy Suspension bushings
MiataRoadster lower differential mount brackets
Solid Racing Beat Sway Bar and Racing Beat Adjustable endlinks
Metal Masters pads and rotors – Less than 2500 miles.
TRMotorsport C3M – with Nitto NT01 (225/45R15)

Price - 12,500
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Old 07-24-2012, 11:24 AM
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Looks pretty clean. Price is low enough to be questionable...makes me wonder what's wrong with the car.
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wow 12500 is a deal. wish I could reg something like that here. I'd be on my way with cash
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Wheres he located?

12,500 sounds like a steal. Though a part of me would kinda miss the process of building one from scratch.
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Originally Posted by mgeoffriau View Post
Looks pretty clean. Price is low enough to be questionable...makes me wonder what's wrong with the car.

End of the season and he probably actually wants to sell it. People expect to pay pennies for supercar performance with these cars.
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Opened the link and was waiting for epicness, instead epic rats nest of wires. But for that price.... it can't be beat.
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Bossfrog mounts, CTS diff, C3Ms, and stock brakes. Makes you wonder what else he cheaped out on.
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Where is it??? actually rather tempting...although the last ls1 NA car for sale around we saw went for 10k or less and included an extra mint body.

EDIT: nevermind...NY plates

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Originally Posted by Savington View Post
Bossfrog mounts, CTS diff, C3Ms, and stock brakes. Makes you wonder what else he cheaped out on.
What's "cheap" about the CTS diff? No cheaper or worse than the 7.5 or 8.8. Many of us are running it as is FM.

Aside from the mounts, the wheels can be sold and upgraded to 6ULs and the brakes can be upgraded to sports. After selling the wheels you're looking at what, $700 to upgrade both?

He cheaped out on the price at $12500.
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Originally Posted by Bassmachine View Post
Opened the link and was waiting for epicness, instead epic rats nest of wires. But for that price.... it can't be beat.
Rat's nest? We must be looking at different pics. When you add 4 more cylinders you get 8 more wires. The PCM/ECU is mounted under the hood so you can remove the whole harness and tuck it if you like.
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LOL: price it high and they'll complain, price it low and they'll complain.
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Originally Posted by 18psi View Post
LOL: price it high and they'll complain, price it low and they'll complain.
People just like to complain.
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