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Old 02-16-2008, 02:43 PM   #1
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2L Motor Built by Ric Stephens.

https://www.miataturbo.net/forum/sho...duction+update

Only has 1500 miles on it, but want to move to a V8 Project. Take advantage of this deal.

Made Good Power w/ my turbo kit:

12psi - 304whp/260whtq
20psi - 402whp/325whtq
27psi - 274whp/365whtq

2002 bottom end (MBSP and stronger thrust bearing)
1999 cylinder head (stock)

Specs for motor, provided to me by Ric Stephens:

Billet Steel Oil Pump Gears (from Bill Wilner)
Pauter Rods
Wiseco Pistons (Compression Ratio 9:1)
Corky Bell Intake Manifold
New water pump
New Alternator

Will include ACT Extreme Clutch and Aluminum Flywheel at additional cost.

I paid Ric Stephens $4300 for this motor...I will sell it for $2500 dollars so I can sell it pretty quick.

Specs on Turbo Kit:

Custom Stainless Tubular Manifold
SC61 Turbo (was getting full boost at mid-high 4000's)
3" Downpipe
2.5" Aluminum Intercooler Piping
Really Big Intercooler (Core is 24X8X3.5)

I paid $3500 to get this built...I will sell it for $2000 dollars so I can sell it pretty quick.

Mike

I'm sure I left out some important information. So, feel free to ask questions and I will answer them.

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2L Motor Built by Ric Stephens.

https://www.miataturbo.net/forum/sho...duction+update

Only has 1500 miles on it, but want to move to a V8 Project. Take advantage of this deal.

Made Good Power w/ my turbo kit:

12psi - 304whp/260whtq
20psi - 402whp/325whtq
27psi - 274whp/365whtq

2002 bottom end (MBSP and stronger thrust bearing)
1999 cylinder head (stock)

Specs for motor, provided to me by Ric Stephens:

Billet Steel Oil Pump Gears (from Bill Wilner)
Pauter Rods
Wiseco Pistons (Compression Ratio 9:1)
Corky Bell Intake Manifold
New water pump
New Alternator

Will include ACT Extreme Flywheel and Aluminum Flywheel at additional cost.

I paid Ric Stephens $4300 for this motor...I will sell it for $2500 dollars so I can sell it pretty quick.

Specs on Turbo Kit:

Custom Stainless Tubular Manifold
SC61 Turbo (was getting full boost at mid-high 4000's)
3" Downpipe
2.5" Aluminum Intercooler Piping
Really Big Intercooler (Core is 24X8X3.5)

I paid $3500 to get this built...I will sell it for $2000 dollars so I can sell it pretty quick.

Mike

I'm sure I left out some important information. So, feel free to ask questions and I will answer them.
You mixed up your power numbers mike i doubt you make more at 12 psi than you do at 27
12psi - 304whp/260whtq
20psi - 402whp/325whtq
27psi - 274whp/365whtq
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You mixed up your power numbers mike i doubt you make more at 12 psi than you do at 27
12psi - 304whp/260whtq
20psi - 402whp/325whtq
27psi - 274whp/365whtq
Oooops, that 274 should be 474
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that's a steal. Did I just buy your ACT clutch on ebay btw? if so, would you consider selling the flywheel to me as well?
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I'm going to guess you don't want to part it out huh?
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I'm going to guess you don't want to part it out huh?
No, I'm looking for a quick sell...so I would prefer to keep it complete. Sorry Bud.
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that's a steal. Did I just buy your ACT clutch on ebay btw? if so, would you consider selling the flywheel to me as well?
No, you didn't. But, I will sell you my flywheel. Send me a PM with an offer, if you like.
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2500 for a low mile 2L motor huh? includes head--basically complete?

I'm very interested if you have a way to ship the whole thing to northern virginia / dc. somehow.

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What stroker crank is in it? Can you crate?
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What stroker crank is in it? Can you crate?
Honestly, I had Ric Stephens build the motor. So, I am actually unsure of that.

I have absolutely no clue how to put it in a crate. But, I have no problem getting it done and shipped...so long as my costs are covered.
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Honestly, I had Ric Stephens build the motor. So, I am actually unsure of that.

I have absolutely no clue how to put it in a crate. But, I have no problem getting it done and shipped...so long as my costs are covered.
Would you please ask Ric?
Crating is easy. You put the motor on a pallet, secure it with straps, build a box frame around it, then cover the frame with large pieces of cardboard or stretch wrap. Then if you don't have a truck dock, it's best if you can take the crate to a shipping depot--There's one within 30 minutes of everywhere.
If you can do that, I have a UPS LTL Freight account.

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By all means dude. I'm in no rush, and I already have a head and block.
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I think ric uses his own stuff or has them made somewhere. I believe replika maschinen could have been involved but i'm not sure. I think Don @ replika did ric's head for the minimonster II.

further evidence:
http://replikamaschinen.com/gallery/...Crankshaft_Kit
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Would you please ask Ric?
Crating is easy. You put the motor on a pallet, secure it with straps, build a box frame around it, then cover the frame with large pieces of cardboard or stretch wrap. Then if you don't have a truck dock, it's best if you can take the crate to a shipping depot--There's one within 30 minutes of everywhere.

By all means dude. I'm in no rush, and I already have a head and block.
Haha....THAT LOSER....He owes me money so he won't pick up the phone.

I would crate it. Doesn't sound too bad.
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Crating is easy. You put the motor on a pallet, secure it with straps, build a box frame around it, then cover the frame with large pieces of cardboard or stretch wrap. Then if you don't have a truck dock, it's best if you can take the crate to a shipping depot--There's one within 30 minutes of everywhere.
If you can do that, I have a UPS LTL Freight account.

By all means dude. I'm in no rush, and I already have a head and block.
haha, thanks ben, you're a sweetheart. and work at miata motor jizzland.
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haha, thanks ben, you're a sweetheart. and work at miata motor jizzland.
Not to mention the machine shop, flow bench, and engine dyno....
--Oh and the fact that I work for a guy who's built mazda engines for nearly 40 years
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Have money in hand, PM me to discus.
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damn, if this was a couple months from now I'd be in on this. I have no where to store a motor until it gets warm though...
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Have money in hand, PM me to discus.
why would you expect him to PM you? if you want it, PM him!!
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2000 for EVERYTHING?
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