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Old 02-13-2010, 03:36 AM   #1
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Default Hi from Frigid Florida

Hello, My name is Sam and i am currently a student in Orlando FL i recently picked up 91 miata. It is currently bone stock engine-wise but it has a horrible body kit on it (will post pics when i find my camera). I feel as though the miata community is strong and i want to learn as much as i can, as well as contribute what little knowledge i have.

Also i am looking for a miata group around here so i can see what potential these little monsters have.

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Old 02-13-2010, 05:43 AM   #2
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Sam from Florida. Welcome.

I assume by frigid you mean that the weather in Florida was crappy today. If so I agree. My car was stuck outside so I couldn't work on it.
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Step 1: Remove body kit Step 2: Turbocharge Step 3: Drive
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"Frigid" Florida? **** yourself, I couldn't start my car this morning because the starter had literally frozen solid, had icicles growing under the hood... Germany sucks!

That aside, welcome. Start learning by learning to use the search button up top and by finding all of the stickied threads. In addition to posting up some pictures you may also want to put your location in your profile (so it will show up under your username) so that people close by know they're close by and can offer to help out if you have some issues down the road. Also put a short description of your car in your signature.
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Old 02-13-2010, 04:38 PM   #5
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Thank you for the welcome, and yes i do plan to remove the body kit and also i am referring to the crappy weather we have had lately, even though i know it could be worse.
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We had an autocross day just north of Tampa today. It was a little breezy out there, but we had a good time. I'll post the date of the next event when I get it. You are welcome to attend.
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"Frigid" Florida? **** yourself, I couldn't start my car this morning because the starter had literally frozen solid, had icicles growing under the hood... Germany sucks!

That aside, welcome. Start learning by learning to use the search button up top and by finding all of the stickied threads. In addition to posting up some pictures you may also want to put your location in your profile (so it will show up under your username) so that people close by know they're close by and can offer to help out if you have some issues down the road. Also put a short description of your car in your signature.
It's all relative.
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Greetings from jesusville
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Step 1: Remove body kit Step 2: Turbocharge Step 3: Tune 4: Drive
Added a lil step.

Edit: lol @ Tilt coincidentally posting before me.
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Some people would say tune:turbo:tune.
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Touche! ;D
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