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Old 07-03-2013, 04:18 PM   #1
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Default 1.8 motor & transmission & 92 part out

1) 1.8L BP motor with only 35,000 miles, complete, all accessories (power steering, AC, alternator etc) and motor mounts $600 --SOLD--

2) 5 speed transmission from 94-97, 35,000 miles $200 --SOLD--

3) 5 speed transmission from a 94-97, car had around 80,000 miles on it when removed, moves through all the gears smoothly $150 --SOLD--

4) 92 miata that is being parted out, only the motor and transmission have been removed, everything else is available (see pics lower in thread of items, if you are interested in parts let me know and I will get pictures)

5) Flyin miata frame rails $75--SOLD--

Willing to ship all items at buyers expense, we can also work out a deal for me to deliver items
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Old 07-03-2013, 10:06 PM   #2
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Can you send me pics of the front bumper and rear bumper cause I'm interested in buying them. Also, how do your seats look I'm also interested in those.

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PMed about frame rails.
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shipping quote on rails to 97007?
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Old 07-05-2013, 04:48 PM   #5
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shipping quote on rails to 92860 if others back out
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Old 07-09-2013, 05:05 PM   #6
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pictures of bumpers uploaded, have clean seats, a dash in great condition, doors with power windows in good shape, hood is in excellent shape, trunk in decent shape

also lowered price on motor
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how much for doors, fenders, bumpers and trunk -bought all together?

please shoot me a txt at 410)8one2-102one
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new motor price?
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Old 07-11-2013, 01:08 AM   #9
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oh, and how much to ship to 70124? thx
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Old 07-12-2013, 11:36 AM   #10
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Are you willing to go lower on either of the 5 speed Trans?

I'm local and can pick up anytime next week!

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I'll take it. I can't respond to your PM because my post count is too low. But you can email me at:

[email protected]
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Bump, shoot me some requests for parts, looking to get this thing stripped down and out as soon as possible, very good prices for parts
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What year is the 1.8L motor out of? Is it in good working order?
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Old 07-17-2013, 11:56 AM   #14
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Hey Denise, welcome to the forum. Why are you looking to swap your motor so soon?
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It's a saaaadddd story... We bought the car in November and after quite a bit of work, have the car all set up for autocross. We've been lovingly tweaking it all season, getting it "just right". it's taken FTD indexed five times in a row now, and after a great event Saturday having three of our drivers go 1, 2, 3 for small bore points and me not too far behind them, we broke down on the way home. The belts blew off the car, the car immediately overheated, I immediately shut the car down leaving us stranded on the side of the DC Beltway for about 2 hours nearing dusk waiting on a tow truck (another long story that I'll spare you). The belt loss turned out to be a symptom not a cause. Bottom line, the water pump and timing belt were replaced about 5000 miles ago by a former owner (not the person I bought the car from). When they guy did the work, he failed to properly torque the harmonic balancer which then proceeded to work its way loose and mayhem ensued. One busted crank later, and here we are dropping a new motor in. I picked the above motor up from Todd today and assuming no issues, I will have my car back and running on Friday with a shiny new-to-me - fingers crossed!

Moral to this story, when you buy a new-to-you car and the valve cover is leaking, and you discover that three of the bolts aren't even finger tight and one is sheared off and the you find out the slouch added a 1.6L style radiator to your 1.8L car (a third long story), consider double checking the REST of the work the previous repair person did as well, cause most likely, that's not the only thing they didn't bother to tighten!

Thankfully, it's a Miata and the parts and labor are relatively inexpensive. At least this isn't my Corvette sitting with a blown engine.

Now, everyone go home and double check the torque on your harmonic balancer so you too do not suffer the way we have. This was a preventable motor death...
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The new motor is safely tucked away under the hood of my little black Miata. We're all ready for next weekend's autocross with a little bit more HP, more torque and less noise! Can't wait to give her a spin on the course next week! Thanks Todd.
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Price shipped to 21207 for..

front turn signals. (I really only need the passenger signal.)
third brake light wire harness (the part that screws into the back of the light)
clockspring (the device behind the steering wheel that allows the horn and airbag to work)
one headlight bulb
gauge cluster shroud
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Old 07-24-2013, 11:58 PM   #18
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never mind on the gauge cluster shroud unless it will fit a 94
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The new motor is safely tucked away under the hood of my little black Miata. We're all ready for next weekend's autocross with a little bit more HP, more torque and less noise! Can't wait to give her a spin on the course next week! Thanks Todd.
Glad to hear that you got the motor swapped in. (at record speed i might add) Sorry i wont be there to join you at this next event. I hope the new found power makes your race toy even more incredible! I may be beating you on raw times, but your car always spanks me on index.
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Glad to hear that you got the motor swapped in. (at record speed i might add) Sorry i wont be there to join you at this next event. I hope the new found power makes your race toy even more incredible! I may be beating you on raw times, but your car always spanks me on index.
Sorry we'll miss you tomorrow! We're all excited to try out the new power, we didn't gain a lot of HP, but we did get a big gain in torque on the low end. Once Jay and I can keep up with the car's abilities (and our co-drivers times), I can see a turbo in our future, but right now we're not using all of what we've got, so until we are, we'll stick with stock. I'm going over to SCCA's school on Sunday, see if I can't make some more headway on building my confidence, the biggest problem I have right now is the "fear" factor. The more I run, the braver I get, slowly but surely!
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