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Old 01-04-2010, 11:11 AM   #1
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Default 94-97 BEGi SS Divorced Downpipe and Walbro Fuel Pump

Up for sale is the turbo kit from my car, it currently has just under 5,000 miles on it, so it's in great shape.

Here's what is included:

- BEGi ceramic coated Directed Pulse log manifold with compressor heat shield. It currently has no provision for EGR, but that can be added if needed. Also has 10mm manifold/turbo studs.
- Garrett GT2871R w/ ported internal wastegate (by BEGi), separated exhaust and wastegate chambers, & ceramic coated turbine housing. The wastegate actuator is an adjustable type.
- BEGi stainless steel divorced gases downpipe with 2 wideband o2 sensor ports, OEM o2 sensor port, NPT port for pyrometer probe fitting (directly after turbine), and 2.75" outlet.
- Enthuza metal core catalytic converter with 2.75" inlet and 3" outlet (matched to downpipe).
- Flyin' Miata 19" intercooler kit (largest IC FM offers). This one for 94-97 Miatas, it can be made to fit other years however, the differences being in the IC mount and the metal elbow pipe. If you have a 94-97 with a/c, I can include the modified a/c condenser I have, the large IC will not fit with the dryer can in the OEM location. The metal elbow pipe has a barb fitting for the wastegate vacuum line (so it gets a post-intercooler reading) and is also tapped for a water injection nozzle. All t-bolt clamps included.
- Flyin' Miata Cold Air Intake Box (90-97)
- RC Engineering 550cc Injectors which were freshly cleaned and flow tested by Injector-Rehab. I'll include the harness as well.
- Walbro 190LPH Fuel Pump - Used, but still functions perfectly
- Autometer Cobalt full sweep electric Boost/Vac gauge, reads 30 in.Hg. and 30 psi. Includes MAP sensor.
- AEM UEGO WBo2 Controller. Will also include spare o2 sensor I have, slightly used, but perfect for a spare.

Basically to complete the turbo kit, you'd need an ECU, boost control, oil and water lines, an intake, upgraded clutch, and optionally a larger exhaust. I didn't get any power numbers with this kit, but it performed drastically better than my old FMII kit with the GT2560R turbo.

Asking price is $3000 plus shipping. I am not interested in parting it out currently.

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I also have a Torsen loaded with CryoREM treated 3.636 gears, the Cryo treatment strengthens the gears and the REM treatment reduces friction. I will include the complete housing (and axles if they are wanted for someone doing a swap) plus Energy Suspension poly mounts. I'll also include the mechanical speedometer sensor I have if wanted.

Asking price is $900 plus shipping.








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Old 01-06-2010, 11:03 PM   #2
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Bump. Anyone? Offers?
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if i had the money i would buy all your stuff Eric,


BUMP for a really awsome dude!
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but how did u modify your a/c ****? pics?? thanks free bump And GLWS!!!
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but how did u modify your a/c ****? pics?? thanks free bump And GLWS!!!
When I take the condenser out I'll take pics. Basically I took the dryer can off the condenser, dremeled off the flange, and bent the lines so that it was away from the i/c core. I was going to make a new metal "support" for it, but had no room to work with and it stays suspended on it's own. I don't know if that's bad for it, but it certainly hasn't moved one bit, the a/c worked perfectly, and everything stayed hooked up tightly. I also oriented the FM intercooler opposite what FM says, if you follow their directions for the 19" core, it sits more on the passenger side, I flipped the bracket around so that it was more towards the driver's side.

Here's the only picture I have currently of the dryer can, so you can see it's approximate location, this is standing at the front of the car:

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ohh ok yeah moar pics please u can pm me them
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What year housing will that 3rd member fit without swapping axles?
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ohh ok yeah moar pics please u can pm me them
As soon as I take it out, sure. It's not a priority to take out yet, but I'll get to it.

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What year housing will that 3rd member fit without swapping axles?
Good question, I honestly don't know for sure. It's from my '95, so I assume all 1.8L housings since all 1.8L diffs are interchangeable. Maybe someone with more knowledge on the swap subject will know for sure. Since you already have a Torsen (judging from your sig) it should be a straight swap.

FYI - That picture is from when it was being assembled, it's actually still one assembly in the housing and I have 2-piece axles.
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any 1.8 housing will bolt right on. just pull the one off of your current setup, clean it up, rtv it and bolt it on.
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^^^ Thank you sir!
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good luck with sell! This is a bargain
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What year housing will that 3rd member fit without swapping axles?
Any 1.8 housing, any 1.8 driveshaft, and any 1.8 axles (except MSM).
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Figured I'd add some gauges to this listing. They are all AutoMeter Cobalt Full Sweep Electric Gauges, that means no fluids in the cabin and include all necessary fittings and install hardware.

- Boost Gauge (if not sold as part of the "kit") (30in.Hg.-30PSI) - $100
- Fuel Pressure (0-100 PSI) - $100
- Oil Temperature (140*-280*F) - $100
- Oil Pressure (0-100 PSI) - $100
- Pyrometer (0-1600*F)- $90
- GReddy Oil Filter Sandwich Plate (makes mounting the oil gauge electric senders real easy) - $30

*EDIT* I have local interest in the turbo kit, if that does not work out, I'll be willing to part the kit out.

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Everything is now sold except the following:

- BEGi stainless steel divorced gases downpipe with 2 wideband o2 sensor ports, OEM o2 sensor port, NPT port for pyrometer probe fitting (directly after turbine), and 2.75" ID outlet - $450
- Walbro 190LPH Fuel Pump - $50

Prices do not include shipping.
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