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Old 06-17-2008, 11:37 AM   #21
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The Turbo is still for sale...
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Just wanted to let you guys know that i had a positive transaction with Carl.

Two thumbs up! Good luck selling the turbo parts.

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Carl did you call BEGI and ask if they would take it back? Maybe they will just tag you with a small restocking fee.
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No. I'll send Stephanie a note.
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Turbo still for sale. Awesome deal here guys....
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Old 06-24-2008, 11:15 AM   #27
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Just a little tip, you should probably open up that turbo kit and make sure all the parts are in there. Save yourself and the buyer some trouble.
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Old 06-24-2008, 11:40 AM   #28
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Can anyone tell me how supportive BEGi is to second-hand owners? That may be a tipping factor for me.
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Old 06-24-2008, 01:32 PM   #29
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Someone buy the damn thing. It's a good deal on brand new stuff! BEGI is great at supporting anything they sell! Slow maybe, but good people.
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Just a little tip, you should probably open up that turbo kit and make sure all the parts are in there. Save yourself and the buyer some trouble.
Who could buy a turbo and not open the box? Not me. So, when I first bought it, I opened everything up and did a full inventory. Then I promptly put everything back in the box and put it in my garage as I awaited the opportunity to install it. Unfortunately, that opportunity never arrived.

I will inventory it again prior to shipping once I've made a sell.

PS. I second the notion that BEGI is great supporting second hand customers. Corky and Stephanie are great that way.
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Old 06-24-2008, 10:29 PM   #31
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To answer some questions I've been getting:

This turbo kit was designed for the 1999/2000 Miata. I don't know what challenges it would have fitting other years.

This the the complete kit without "Fueling Option" (engine management computer, as everyone else would call it). Includes the following:


Garrett GT2871R Turbo with Oil and Water Cooling (this is a $200 option)
Ceramic Coated Turbine Housing
Cast Ductile Iron Exhaust Manifold, with EGR Fitting - Ceramic Coated!
Stainless Steel Separated Gases Downpipe
Stainless Steel Braided Oil Feed and Water Lines at the Turbo
Stainless Steel Oil Drain Line
Intercooler # 3
Tial 38 mm Wastegate
Cool Air Box
Air Scooper
Water By-Pass System
Coolant Re-Route
Power Steering Cooler
Turbo Heatshield
Compressor Inlet Tube Heatshield
Black Powdercoated Tubes
K & N Air Filter
Heater Line Heat Wrap
Boost Gauge
A-Pillar Gauge Mount
Black Turbo Hose
T-Bolt Hose Clamps
Oil Pan Drill Bits and Tap
Comprehensive, Photo Illustrated, User Friendly Instructions.
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To answer some questions I've been getting:

This turbo kit was designed for the 1999/2000 Miata. I don't know what challenges it would have fitting other years.

This the the complete kit without "Fueling Option" (engine management computer, as everyone else would call it). Includes the following:


Garrett GT2871R Turbo with Oil and Water Cooling (this is a $200 option)
Ceramic Coated Turbine Housing
Cast Ductile Iron Exhaust Manifold, with EGR Fitting - Ceramic Coated!
Stainless Steel Separated Gases Downpipe
Stainless Steel Braided Oil Feed and Water Lines at the Turbo
Stainless Steel Oil Drain Line
Intercooler # 3
Tial 38 mm Wastegate
Cool Air Box
Air Scooper
Water By-Pass System
Coolant Re-Route
Power Steering Cooler
Turbo Heatshield
Compressor Inlet Tube Heatshield
Black Powdercoated Tubes
K & N Air Filter
Heater Line Heat Wrap
Boost Gauge
A-Pillar Gauge Mount
Black Turbo Hose
T-Bolt Hose Clamps
Oil Pan Drill Bits and Tap
Comprehensive, Photo Illustrated, User Friendly Instructions.
I've got basically the same kit (mine came with the T3 Super 60 turbo) and my car is a 96 so its doable.

Bump for a good deal.
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Old 07-04-2008, 05:01 PM   #33
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BEGI S5 Turbo Still for Sale! $3500 takes it. It is new (never installed, never used) and complete. That's nearly a $1000 less than if you bought it directly from BEGI (with the recent 6% price increase and a full $900 less than I paid for it).
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that's a really good deal
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Thanks for the comment guys, but if its my part how in the hell can I do less than support it?

Does one only support the original buyer? A popular idea maybe, but it ain't my idea.
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Old 07-05-2008, 03:49 PM   #36
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Thanks Corky. Well, there you go guys. It's fully supported by BEGI. When buying my kit, Corky was very helpful in deciding on the turbo (ended up the GT2871) and whether to go S4 and S5.

So, what are you waiting for? Send me an offer. I need to sell this ASAP.
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Have you posted this over at M.net? More guys with money to spend over there maybe! $3500 is a great deal on that kit. Should sell. Try Mnet. I don't know of anyone that's actually paid the money they want for the classified ads.
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It is posted on m.net. And, I have paid them when an item has sold through their classified ad. So, now you know of one.
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