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Old 04-06-2010, 05:35 PM   #1
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Default F/S Intercooled 2560 Begi S kit

Selling the turbo kit, decided to go a different route quite some time ago, but had no takers at the time. I didn't want to part out, still don't, at least not for now. Don't want to have some misc parts left over. The turbo was used, as was the intercooler. The rest is a Begi S kit upgraded to run with intercooler, never installed.

I bought the Turbo off of Rougezues it's a Garrett GT2560R Ar60 m24 turbo with ar64 oil/water cooled. Had it sent to BEGi and corky checked it out and said it was in good shape. Here is the original thread:
https://www.miataturbo.net/forum/t34429/

The intercooler was bought off a miata owner on CL, I thought of selling it earlier. Here is the sale thread:
https://www.miataturbo.net/forum/t33216/


It's a BEGi S kit that had some changes. The log mani is 1.8, with SSSGDP made to fit a 1.6 cat. I added SS lines, since I had a intercooler and was going to megasquirt it I deleted the crosover pipe and FPR from the standard S kit. I didn't want to VTA so I added the 90* inlet to the TB and the crossover to the inlet to the compressor off the Begi S4 kit. If I'm not describing this correctly let me know and I will try to put up some pix.

The only things left to run, is megasquirt, WB02, injectors, and rest of IC piping.


I'll take $1700. It's all still in the box BEGi shipped it to me in. Instruction packet included. Willing to partial trade for 6 speed, with diff. BBK, or harmonic balancer.

I also have a Stock RB20DET t3 flanged (t28) turbo bought off splitime. Asking $200 shipped. Here is the thread:
https://www.miataturbo.net/forum/t32838/

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part out the mani?
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Part out the turbo?
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Lets give this a couple of days to see if anyone wants the whole package. I'll start to think about individual prices.
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Yes let me know if you would be willing to sell the turbo and manifold, and fittings, just name me a price and I may place a deposit down. Thank you!
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you had me until with SSSGDP made to fit a 1.6 cat.

What up with that? I have a 1996.

I was bout to log into Paypal
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Cody, I pm'd you before coming to this thread. Let me know what you think.

ecko, This was going into a 1990 with a 1.8 in it, so thats what I ordered it for. All you need is a 1.6 cat or test pipe and it will bolt right up to your car. Hell if you give me what I'm asking I'll buy you a test pipe or used cat. Or better yet, you could have that custom 3" exhaust that you always wanted, built to fit it. Log back into paypal, don't be a chicken.
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ecko, I just notice you are in LA, Pm me your phone, I will call you and we will make a deal. I will drop this **** off on your front door, on my way to pick up my new engine.
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Damn it, good deals after i buy all my ****.
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Damn it, good deals after i buy all my ****.
Buy it anyway, nothing wrong with having spares.

Jk, sale pending to ecko, will advise.
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Down payment sent. Don't steal my monies
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The 1.8 and 1.6 downpipes are different, aren't they? I've got a BEGi downpipe with no flange at all (perfect for fabbing up your exhaust solution) that I'd swap you with a little cash your way, but mine is for a 1.6 setup.
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turbo me up scotty, you've got pm!
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1400 for the kit
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I sent him a down payment but I'm wavering (flaky mc flakester) so keep the offers going, just don't kill the man with PMs.
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Ok, here is the dealio, ecko offered full price and sent a sizable down payment, and I wont have to ship it . But now he is thinking it might sit on his shelf for some time, and is wavering.

I have had other offers, up to $1500, ship on my dime. This will be a loss of about $250-300 depending on shipping cost.

So should I?

1) Let ecko out of his agreement, return his deposit, and take a loss?

2)Ask him to pay the difference in what I lost, and sell to someone else?

3)Tell him to man up and stick to the agreement?

Thoughts and input appreciated.
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how much for the boost gauge?

electric or mechanic?
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Ha, I like the survey. UPS ground shipping shouldn't be outrageous. The $1,500 bidder should split the difference and go $1,600. If that happens I'd pay the difference (if any) to get you back to the $1,700.

I know flaking is weak sauce but this thing will sit. I need clutch, tires, brakes before I consider a turbo install. This is a seriously sweet deal though, we'll see.
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you sent a down payment. now you want someone to send you back money?

dude that sucks.


on the other hand i have a 6 speed tranny (66k miles).
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