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Old 03-16-2012, 02:18 PM   #1
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Hey everyone. So after I got my miata I started building this spare motor 96 block with/ 99 head. The 96 block is all set and done and have fully done up 99 head. I'm planning on doing a swap instead of running the BP1.8. This motor has had the works down to it, I didn't cheap out on building it.

Please note: I did not build the motor myself Class one machine assembled both the block and head however they have been putting together with one another.


Got the 99 head back today. looks AMAZING

So Here's the list.

96 block. -$SOLD

Eagel rods
Supertech Pistons (9.0:1)
ARP head studs
ACL bearings
Decked and Line honed
Full blue print and balance
LLine hone main studs
Mirco polish crank
Hot tanked
New freeze plugs
Block was painted with black engine paint
Oil pan was painted with silver engine paint

99 head -$1750

Cleaned and hot tanked valve cover(while baffles were removed)
Comes with powder coated (dark blue) oem cam gears.
Full race port and polish
5 angle valve job
decked for metal headgasket
supertech dual springs and retainers
supertech +1mm exhaust and intake valves

Misc what the block/head with come with
OEM Metal
New water pump(installed)
New oil pump kit(installed)(looks like an auto parts oem replacement oil pump.)
Full overhaul gasket kit

Alot of money in parts here motor should do 300+

I will part the head from the block if I have buyers for both


If I had to split the head and block I'd do -sold for the bottom end and
$1750 for the head.

Will ship but buyer pays. Will accept paypal.
I'm open to reasonable offers

Thank you for looking















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Video of crank turning. Click the last pic (link to photobucket)
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Billit oil pump? Pm'd
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those look like the high compression supertech pistons. FYI for turbo guys.
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those look like the high compression supertech pistons. FYI for turbo guys.
what compression would that have when paired with a 99 head?
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Yeah sorry 9:1 I just updated it. I will be add video of the crack turning n lot more pictures tonight.
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Very interested in the head pm sent
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PM's replied to. More pics updated. Video of crank turning. Will keep giving updates when head comes back monday.

Feel free to call the shop were the head/block was done

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Wish I had the spare cash right now, looks like a great buy.
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anyone ever have work done by this shop or know the reputation?
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Wish I had the spare cash right now, looks like a great buy.
Thank you man. Should be a legit buy for someone. Hopefully someone picks it up so I can do my swap.
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Update. 2manyhobyz wants the block and has money ready to go. Now just a buyer for the head and/or for the whole thing. Monday can't come soon enough!
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Bump. Got the head back today! Looks amazing
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Correct me of I'm wrong but there is no difference between the 99 and 96 block right? If say I wanted to put this in my 99
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Correct me of I'm wrong but there is no difference between the 99 and 96 block right? If say I wanted to put this in my 99
Anyone correct me I'm wrong but The difference between the 94-97 and 99 block is that the 94-97's have a hole for an oil return already there I believe. Besides the misc sensors.
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Anyone correct me I'm wrong but The difference between the 94-97 and 99 block is that the 94-97's have a hole for an oil return already there I believe. Besides the misc sensors.
'94 and '95 had oil port. '96 and up did not.
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By oil port for return we're talking about the oil pan has the hole or the block has a return port in it? Excuse my ignorance.
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The blocks with the oil port as mentioned had an actual threaded port to "push" oil out - this you can use for pressurized oiling of the turbo. You still need to make your own return/drain line into the oil pan.
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Ah, doesn't really matter for me. Already have lines ran. But the more ya know.
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Reguardless. Motor is ready to go just needs to have the rest of the stuff assembled.
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Any word on it having a billet oil pump? Also I have no idea who to call for shipping an engine, ideas?
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