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Old 03-31-2009, 05:48 PM   #1
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Default Bunch of parts for sale

The first of many to come(the packrat that I am...)

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Hag's Spring 2009 Garage Sale

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Hag's Spring 2009 Garage Sale

Prices:
* K&N Cold air intake for 1.6L - used for about 2K miles - $125
* Billet aluminum 1.75" diameter fire extinguisher rollbar mount clamp and plate (fire extinguisher and ext holder NOT included) - $40
* NEW ARP head studs - $SOLD
* NEW Begi ceramic coated1.6L turbo exh manifold - (cost $409 + $75 for coating) - $425
* Bipes ACU for timing retard(not sure which rev, I believe 1.5) - $125
* CF head light lids(driver's side ducted) - $SOLD
* 90-97 center console(pwr window switch NOT included) - shift boot has some small tears fyi - $20
* 90-97 pwr window switch - $SOLD
* FM ceramic coated 1.6L turbo exh manifold(newer design) - ceramic coating has dulled and is flaking off in a few spots, but still better than rust - $375
* FM SS turbo DUAL exhaust - $475
* FM SS turbo SINGLE tip exhaust - $375
* FM voodoo box - $225
* NEW FM turbine outlet ceramic coated and NO interference with turbo WG flapper - opens 100% w/no contact - $250(cost $325 w/coating)
* NEW FM SS downpipe(not pictured here) for a 1.8L - $200($20 less than cost)
* OEM stock rubber motor mounts in good condition(appears low mileage)- $SOLD
* Okuyama/Carbing triangle shock tower brace - can use some cleaning and polishing, but in great condition - BEST STB on the market - $350 shipped in cont. US.
* 90-97 power windows - everything you need except for the switch - $SOLD
* RS Aizawa HL lids - one in unpainted FRP, the other painted w/ a few small imperfections - matches the '90-93 Crystal white perfectly. Mesh screens can be replaced using hot glue - $250 for both(cost over $350 new w/shipping and does not include mesh)
* NEW Moss motors SS cowl cover w/mesh insert - $90
* NEW Sparco Pulsar 310mmx260mm steering wheel - suede w/integrated lap timer memory. This item has not been made for several years and as of 2 years ago it was near impossible to find. Cost $369 new - $350 FIRM.
* Sparco Ring D-cut 330mm steering wheel - leather in perfect condition $SOLD
* Mazdaspeed black horn button - $SOLD

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Old 03-31-2009, 05:53 PM   #2
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How much for the okuyama brace?
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Old 03-31-2009, 05:55 PM   #3
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* Okuyama/Carbing triangle shock tower brace - can use some cleaning and polishing, but in great condition - BEST STB on the market.
How much for this pretty piece of work?
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Old 03-31-2009, 06:36 PM   #4
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PM me with a price on the STB, assuming it works with turbo setups.
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Old 03-31-2009, 06:38 PM   #5
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DOH, forgot to put a price for it - sorry fellas. I bought it for $375, but prices have gone up the last couple years - check REV9 Autosport
The only difference between that bar and mine is the integrated Brake MC stopper - oh wait, that was the RSA unit - this is the same one that is currently sold under Carbing/Okuyama.

I would sell it for $350 shipped anywhere in the continental US.
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Old 03-31-2009, 07:00 PM   #6
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With regard to turbo clearance - it cleared my FM turbo system no problem(new style system with compressor outlet clocked DOWN. I don't remember how much room was above the turbo to allow for a compressor pipe/tube.
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Old 03-31-2009, 07:32 PM   #7
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No PMs? I know you are asking $350 for the Okuyama brace. If you let it go for $250 shipped I'm interested.
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Old 04-01-2009, 12:35 AM   #8
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you guys just wanna all be like [the] y8s.

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Old 04-01-2009, 01:45 AM   #9
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LOL, imitation is the best form of flattery. Seriously though, this brace is the friggin sheit. It is SUPER light, VERY strong and it is a work of art with beautiful welds. The only reason I am selling it is because I have too much crap and not enough $ , plus I am putting MiniMe completely back to stock because I need a car to leave @ the airport and I don't want it stolen so most of the goodies are coming off the car. I actually have two more of these braces(did I mention I am a packrat/parts-*****?). One of them is the RSA version in anodized orange/gold and the other is the same as this one, but I may end up putting it on the BRG and sell the DIY 3-pt CF brace that Moti created a few years ago.

I posted this several times on m.net over the years - it is the BEST STB on the market, no question:
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"This brace looks great, is super light, and it WORKS. After installing it, I found that MOST of the squeaks, rattles, and groans on my '93 were eliminated and a almost ALL of them were gone after driving around for a couple days and then re-torquing the connector bolts. Also, this brace took care of the 65mph shimmy, something the FM brace could not."
MX-5 Miata Forum - View Single Post - 2-pt shock tower brace vs 3-pt vs unconventional
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How much for the CF headlight lid shipped to the UK
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I agree it's the best brace on the market. I have the 2nd best, the SC version. It's not completely triangulated.
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Oh wow, I have three bites on the CF lids - one guy is local and the other two are in Europe. Punch, you are #2 in line behind the local guy - if he does not buy them by tonight I will find out how much it will cost to ship to UK. Shoot me an email(it is listed @ the top of the picture pages).

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i'm interested in the CF headlight lids (both) and the ARP head studs. maybe we can work a deal or something. get some more posts so you can PM lol

EDIT: I'm in the USA lol
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ok, I enabled PM's - fire away
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Wow, I REALLY want that brace.

A little rich for my blood right now, but I'm working on it.
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still says you are blocking PM's
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my bad, I had "receive pm's from contacts or moderators only" checked
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I've sent you an email with my UK postcode.

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Sorry, Double post.
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