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Old 08-16-2006, 12:13 AM   #1
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Default 1.8 diy turbo kit! MY LOSS

so I have a pretty much complete turbo kit.

garrett t3/t04e .57 turbo
log style manifold
27"x7"x3" FMIC - black Flyin miata i/c piping
turbonetics XS bov
turbonetics evolution wastegate
3" downpipe - yes it will fit
Flyin Miata Voodoo box

1500$

I need money super bad. got rid of the Miata (i miss it already) and dont have a car.. heh. I am smart! lolz

its ready to be shipped!
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Hello,
Are you willing to sell parts form your turbo kit? I'm interested in your manifold and downpipe. I might be interested in the turbo to. Let me know how much if your willing to break the set up.
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Old 08-16-2006, 10:33 AM   #3
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hey sorry, but I dont want to break the kit up. would just rather give someone a hell of a deal on a lot of power
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I can understand that.
Thanks,Tim
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pics available if needed.
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Old 08-18-2006, 10:27 PM   #6
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Damn dude that sucks that you had to get rid of your car. I am soo in the market for a inexpensive kit like this. If you could only wait about a month thou.... I need to sell my civic first
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Old 08-19-2006, 12:46 PM   #7
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well if it doesnt sell by then its yours! pics!

remember folks.. this is a big effin turbo lol =) spools about 4000rpm... but then its like BAM! haha. fun fun fun.

but I am going v8 - in a bigger car.. mustang. shh leave me alone.
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Old 08-19-2006, 12:49 PM   #8
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also. I have a few other parts for sale.

chrom gas lid. - 70 bucks (OEM straight from Mazda) used
rear deck lid - needs painted 50 bucks

I cant think of anything else.... prices are not shipped.
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bump - ill pay for half the shipping on the turbo kit!!
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more pics
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Any pics of the downpipe and voodoo box? Does it come with hardware to mount the ic? Are the small hoses in good condition?
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small hoses in good condition. I dont have pics yet of the d/p and voodoo box. no hardware for i/c but its not hard to mount.
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i want that so bad, but must buy engine management first. :(
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this had a voodoo box engine management system already
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i want that so bad, but must buy engine management first. :(

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this had a voodoo box engine management system already



exactly =o) the Flyin Miata voodoo box supplies enough fuel for your boost needs, great up to 8psi with stock injectors. and no tuning needed with it.

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The Voodoo Box - a Flyin' Miata exclusive - is an easy way to provide extra fuel for forced induction without any effort. How it works is simple. The on-board MAP sensor measures the pressure in the intake manifold. If more fuel is needed, the Voodoo Box intercepts the signals going from the stock ECU to the injectors and lengthens it.

It also intercepts the signal from the oxygen sensor so that your stock ECU will not compensate from the extra fuel being delivered. Otherwise, you could be running lean under boost at part throttle. Not only does this cause hesitation and odd behaviour, but it's not safe for your engine! This feature is not included on other similar devices.

Installation is simple with a total of 6 wires involved. Various LEDs will help you identify any errors if there's a problem. No extra fuel pumps are needed. Preprogrammed for turbocharged or supercharged use. If you are building a custom setup, there is some adjustibility included. The onset of extra fuel, slope of extra fuel and maximum injector pulse width can all be adjusted as well as the onset of the O2 modification - see the instructions here. The Voodoo Box will not affect OBD-II readings. Air/fuel meters that use the stock O2 sensor will show a lean condition when the O2 clamp kicks in. Toy Miata not included


Link to the original part from flyin miata
http://www.flyinmiata.com/index.php?...16700%20%20S/C
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Looks like a nice little kit to start a project with.
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What about timing? The VooDoo box mentions nothing about controling timing.
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What about timing? The VooDoo box mentions nothing about controling timing.
as long as you have good airflow with appropriate fuel, you wont get any knock at around 6-8psi. just run 93 octane. the intercooler will supply plenty of air for your needs.

but if you want you can always get the handy timing wheel from flyin miata, which allows up to 6 degrees of retardation.... flyin miata used it on there old kits for timing.

http://www.flyinmiata.com/index.php?...umber=07-91000
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bump!
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bump./....

1400$!!!!!!
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