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Old 01-18-2013, 02:19 PM   #1
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Hi I have for sale ALL NEW Flyin Miata parts..

Forged Wiseco 1.8, 9:1 1mm over ceramic coated pistons you can look them up in there website.. $500

ARP Main Stud kit.. $80

ARP Head Stud kit.. $100

Also trying to part out my 1.8, 1996 Miata...

Long Block with 119,XXX miles $500

5spd tranny (not new) $200

Let me know what you are looking for I might have it, I live around the Sacramento CA. area, but I will ship most of the items, thanks.

WILL trade for LS1 V8 miata swap parts...
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DO you have a coolant hose kit?
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Sorry I don't (new) and the used ones are already sold...
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I presume the Flying Miata rebuild kit is for -96 model?

Looking for similar one to rebuild -01.

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I presume the Flying Miata rebuild kit is for -96 model?

Looking for similar one to rebuild -01.

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Well I bought if for a 99 Miata and I can't find anything that said that it wont fit your engine... you can look it up as well in their website.. they specify the what every year requires..
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will you ship the arp main studs and 1.8L engine?
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Most of it would fit, but as 99 model, it is missing VVT. F-M has different kit for 01.
I'll have to pass, good luck with sale.
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will you ship the arp main studs and 1.8L engine?
I will ship the arp studs, the engine I have to figure it out... maybe in pieces, or I don't know but I will find out, (never shipped and engine before) but I will get back to you in that one, to what zip code?
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Most of it would fit, but as 99 model, it is missing VVT. F-M has different kit for 01.
I'll have to pass, good luck with sale.
Hey.. you are right, good to know thats why they have the 99-00 as a separate package.. thanks
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I will ship the arp studs, the engine I have to figure it out... maybe in pieces, or I don't know but I will find out, (never shipped and engine before) but I will get back to you in that one, to what zip code?
ended up just buying a whole car lol I have a 90 and it needed a engine so I went and bought a 95 M that runs great. still gonna fix the 90 later but decided to just rebuild the 1.6L back to stock and give the car to a friend that needs it.
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ended up just buying a whole car lol I have a 90 and it needed a engine so I went and bought a 95 M that runs great. still gonna fix the 90 later but decided to just rebuild the 1.6L back to stock and give the car to a friend that needs it.
Right on man, well Im sure I'll be here for a while if you need anything for them..
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Ulysses 1200? Buell owner?
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OOOhh wooww!! after all this years it never noticed that... I knew there was a Buell Ulysses but did not know it was a 1200 hahahah... No man that is my name and that number is just the first number a friend of mine gave me to make my account and Im a proud owner of a BMW S1000RR, don't like Buell...
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The S1000RR is an awesome bike. Glws
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Yes they are, and expensive bike to maintain...
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Parting out the brake caliper brackets?
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Parting out the brake caliper brackets?
I will soon but as of now i need a rolling chassis... I will let you know when they come out if u still interested on them then... thanks..
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Where are you located?

Pertinent info when selling heavy things like engines...
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If you read my post its posted there... I live around the Sacramento CA. area...
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