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Old 02-17-2014, 12:14 PM   #1
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I have a 2560 FM11 turbo setup for sale. It is like NEW, used for approx. 12 -15 track days only, no street use other then a few short tune runs. It comes with the FM manifold with 10mm TSE Inconel studs and safety wired nuts, hard water lines, RC550 injectors with the plug and play adaptor harnesses, 3" downpipe, manual boost controller, air intake box, K&N air filter and piping. The car made 242 whp with this setup on a stock motor with forged rods. $1,700.00. Weight is approx. 40#, my zip is 98221 in Anacortes, Wa.. Shipping well depend on the box size also, so until boxed can't give a shipping cost. My phone nbr. is 360-299-4563. Here is the dyno tune KORACING :: High Quality Automotive Parts - Products
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No intercooler included?
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No intercooler or piping as I used that on the bigger setup. Everything in the first pic is what is for sale. Thanks
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$1600 The setup came off a 99, the downpipe is for 99 to 05, don't know how much diff there is to fit it in a earlier NA car, I think that it is something that would be fairly easy to do, maybe a wedge cut here and there and reweld. The rest well fit all 1.8s.
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Seems like a really solid deal for a great setup. Some noob should snap this up. Or anyone else for that matter.
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How much would you like for the injectors?
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Entertain a noob?

Aside from the intercooler and associated piping, gauge + pod, and ECU, what other parts would I have to source to make this a "complete" FM2 kit, ready to bolt on? Are the oil feed/drain lines still there? All the adapter fittings and clamps? Check valve?

As I understand it, the downpipe will bolt to the stock exhaust, yes?
Edit: I see now that it's a 3" downpipe. This will not fit the stock exhaust, correct?

I'm referencing FM's part list for the kit (page 5) from their install instructions: Flyin' Miata turbo install guide

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Whatever ECU you use well determine what air sensor setup you well use as each ECU has its own system. The oil drain line is there, it is the large black line in the pics.. I have installed 2 of these setups on my cars so I do have a extra drill bit and 3/8" pipe tread tap from the kits that I can include for you. You just have to buy a 3/8" pipe thread barbed fitting at any hardware store to install in the oil pan for the oil return. I used the oil feed line on the bigger setup so you well have to fab one which is simple or buy FM's line and T fitting for the block. What comes is what is in the photos. Thanks and call me if you need to talk specifics. Thanks
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Sale pending again, stay tuned
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