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  • Join Date: 09-19-2005


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  1. 09-20-2018 11:58 PM - permalink
    I have a question about timing wheels (trigger wheels) for a NB BP-4W engine in a 1999 Miata.

    I had a catastrophic incident and had major block damage. I have sine acquired a block from a 1997 NA8 and swapped over my head, sensors, etc.

    My issue is that I am forced to use the Crank pulley and boss from the 97 engine. Will I be able to utilize the timing wheel from the NA and the CKP from the NB?

  2. 08-15-2018 01:18 PM - permalink
    Hi Joe,

    The image link for the NB circuit is broken on this page: https://www.miataturbo.net/megasquir...t-c-faq-20954/

    Would you please update it? Or can you send me the link? I'll be removing the AC on my MS and want to use the AC button to turn on the AC fan manually.


  3. 03-27-2018 01:32 AM - permalink
    Hi Joe,

    My name is Joseph and I have been scouring the internet for the past 2hrs or so looking for a dwell reducer circuit for a 1.6 and stumbled upon your post but the pictures are not visible so I am not able to figure out the values for the RC for a 1.6 ecu. Could you kindly help me with the schematic and parts list1? Thank you very much!

    Best Regards,
  4. 02-22-2018 08:37 PM - permalink
    Hey Joe, I have one of the recent Thompson kits they sold last year, still in the box, just opened to look at it. I'd like to get $275 shipped. What do ya think?
  5. 07-17-2015 12:42 AM - permalink
    hey Joe i just joined the forum because i found this article of yours only regarding the AFM sensor AFM Removal from the 1.6 liter Miata using eManage Ultimate , i was wondering if this can be applied to a n/a engine 1.6L and would it make any gains , am really interested in keeping it n/a for now just trying to get as many bolts on and what would you advise me , i just joined the miata game 2 months ago but my na6c has got a few goodies i'd like to exploit to the fullest.

    sincerely Chris.
  6. 06-10-2015 06:10 PM - permalink
    hey Joe: would you kindly delete my post on j-spec manifold/vcts surge tank. I posted before thinking it out clearly and could not correct/delete the post myself. It just clutters up an otherwise good/informative string of threads in engine performance.
  7. 02-04-2015 08:40 PM - permalink
    Hello. I am currently using an 04 MSM as a track day car (roadracing). Over the past few years I have been using a reflashed OEM ECU with BEGI Garrett kit (low boost on stock internals).

    For this season, I would like to step up the motor internals and increase the power a bit. Can you provide me with an adequately rough tuned ECU to get started? Something that I could take to a dyno to check the basics and then run? Or, is it necessary to do the basic tuning thru street driving?

    Also, would you provide me with pricing info? Thank you.
  8. 01-11-2015 11:29 AM - permalink
    Joe. I'm trying to stay cheap and use bandaids to get my m45 up and running on my 97. I'm afraid to go to megasquirt because I already have a jackson powercard in the kit. I'm thinking about purchasing an MSD card so I won't have to retard the timing. beside retarding on boost does the card provide any other function like knock detection? Also, is the card usable from all na miatas?
  9. 06-01-2014 02:06 PM - permalink
    hey dude was reading your write up on 50meg, do you have a voltage output map for the 1.8 like you did with the 1.6? I cant seem to find anything anywhere and am not getting good logging with my wideband and emange ultimate..
  10. 18psi
    09-06-2013 01:03 AM - permalink
    sent you an email

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