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  1. Lightfist85
    04-24-2018 03:25 PM - permalink
    Hi there,
    i was reading through a thread and noticed that you are replacing extended lower ball joints. i bought one from flying miata 2 years ago, i think they may be the first ones that came out, and now they are loose, it moves up and down. would i be able to have them replaced? i barely drove 5k miles the past 2 years but the car did see a lot of autox.

    thanks in advance!
  2. lightw8
    07-20-2016 04:36 AM - permalink
    Hi there, i noted a while back you were making custom wiring harnesses for the catfish. i have a miata VVT powered race car running a ms3pro. i would love to have a harness that was just the basics. our harness is so hacked up its crazy.
    what does a harness typically run, what do you typically include?
    thanks! mitch

About Me

  • About cordycord
    Biography
    I've been in the motorcycle and auto industry for over 20 years, and I'm still learning. LOTS.
    First Name
    Cord
    Location
    SoCal
    Interests
    Cars & bikes, keeping up with my kids
    Occupation
    self-employed
  • My Ride
    All the details about my ride.
    Year of your Miata
    1999
    Ride
    Catfish
    Engine type and displacement
    1.8
    Induction
    N/A
    Tranny type
    Manual
    Tires
    Street Radials
  • Signature
    2014 Catfish, 1,750lbs, NA8, 2560 Churbo, FM IC, Wilwood, MSPNP2, 235/40-17 RC1's, 220whp

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  • Join Date: 12-16-2011

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My Ride

Year of your Miata
1999
Ride
Catfish
Engine type and displacement
1.8
Induction
N/A
Tranny type
Manual
Tires
Street Radials

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