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Old 09-28-2009, 04:12 AM   #1
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Hello! It is '92 miata(PZ) owner in Saitama, Japan.

It introduces my miata.
This is V-mount turbo specification.

Engine:
B6-ZE
+ Head Gasket Maruha-Motors 2mm
+ HKS T25
Cooling:
Porsche 944 Intercooler
Management:
Haltech E8 (D-J/Sequential IG/Sequential Fuel Injection)
*All B63H-ECU was excluded.
Ignition:
Nagai-Denshi MDI 9721 SR20 Sequential
+ EMS 4CH Ignitor
+ Stick Coil
Powertrain:
OS-Giken Twin plate clutch
Suspension:
KONI ASA Special Order
Brakes:
F - FC-3S 4POD + NB16Inch Disk + FD-3S Pad
 R - NA8C Caliper + NA8C Disk + Endless CC-R



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Old 09-28-2009, 04:25 AM   #2
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Welcome.

Wow that car looks AWESOME. Never saw that bumper before, its beautiful. Underhood looks pretty serious too
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Welcome.

Wow that car looks AWESOME. Never saw that bumper before, its beautiful. Underhood looks pretty serious too
thanx.
You are looking well.
The under-cover is being made now.
In addition, it is scheduled to exchange it for All-Alumi-Radiator.
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Wow, awesome! That v-mount setup looks great.. more pics?
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Welcome, nice looking car. What are the numbers??
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Wow, awesome! That v-mount setup looks great.. more pics?
Thanx!







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Welcome, nice looking car. What are the numbers??
What meaning is "Numbers"?
if it's a meaning "Horsepower", I do not understand because it doesn't measure it
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You have never measured the horsepower that your car is making with all the modifications done to it?
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You have never measured the horsepower that your car is making with all the modifications done to it?
Of course, I want to know.

However, Dyno of Japan cannot be trusted.
It is different at all depending on the shop and the setup.

Moreover, it is thought that the horsepower is absolutely meaningless.

If it is possible to judge it relatively by measuring MAF after an ideal air/fuel ratio is controlled, it is enough.
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What meaning is "Numbers"?
if it's a meaning "Horsepower", I do not understand because it doesn't measure it
Yeah horsepower and torque with what turbo at what psi??

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I guess here in the US is all about who has the biggest ****
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Of course, I want to know.

However, Dyno of Japan cannot be trusted.
It is different at all depending on the shop and the setup.

Moreover, it is thought that the horsepower is absolutely meaningless.

If it is possible to judge it relatively by measuring MAF after an ideal air/fuel ratio is controlled, it is enough.
That sucks. Funny all the parts that most of us would like to have are abundant in japan. Here theres Dynos everywhere but the market at least for our cars is rather limited. I think you could make some money from some of the member that really crave JDM parts
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Yeah horsepower and torque with what turbo at what psi??
Using regularly is 15psi.
The maximum is 17psi.

By the way, the leader of my club is 25psi.
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Using regularly is 15psi.
The maximum is 17psi.

By the way, the leader of my club is 25psi.
So you should be somewhere between 220-250whp
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That sucks. Funny all the parts that most of us would like to have are abundant in japan. Here theres Dynos everywhere but the market at least for our cars is rather limited. I think you could make some money from some of the member that really crave JDM parts
Do JDM parts have demand?
Parts overflow in the Yahoo auction.


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So you should be somewhere between 220-250whp
The transmission breaks if it doesn't save there.
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I love that intercooler setup so much I'm going to copy it

Just a few days ago a friend offered me his old 944 IC for free and I passed cause I didn't think I could use it, but didn't consider a v-mount. Says theyre good for 400hp on Porsches. Could you post pictures of the v-mount setup? Car looks great by the way.
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Looks amazing, that NB dashboard is really well done!!
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Post some more pics of the vmount. Specifically how the radiator is mounted. Looks good that the IC all polished up.
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Of course, I want to know.

However, Dyno of Japan cannot be trusted.
It is different at all depending on the shop and the setup.

Moreover, it is thought that the horsepower is absolutely meaningless.

If it is possible to judge it relatively by measuring MAF after an ideal air/fuel ratio is controlled, it is enough.
I would have to agree with him on that. Who cares about HP, that's more of a brag than anything else. I think the whole point is who beats who at the track, and performs the best. That's just my .02
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Very nice car, Nacci! Welcome to our forum.

Yes, the 5 speed transmission is weak, but the 6 speed transmission is very strong. Maybe you could change to the 6 speed. Many people with powerful Miatas change to the 6 speed transmission in America.

The rear differential gear is also weak in the '89-'93 1.6 liter cars. Many people here change to the stronger 1.8 rear differential gears from '94 and newer cars.

Please show us pictures of other cars in your club also. We like to see new ideas for modifications.

Thanks.
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Looks great, love the turbo install. Good job!
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