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Old 10-11-2008, 06:40 PM   #1
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Ok, Again, I'm contemplating selling this and going ahead and picking up a BEGI kit for my 1.8 motor, swapping it in and just having some fun NA for a while and building a shortblock.

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-Used Greddy manifold w/ new 8mm studs and relief cuts
-Fresh 0 mile, rebuilt TD04h-15G with new 8mm studs and copper nuts and (nordlock washers)
-New custom SS oil feed line with fittings for motor and turbo
-2 ft 5/8" Silicone Drain Line and turbo drain adapter
-Custom FMIC w/ bung for IAT (Might be available with TurboXS RFL, I may want to keep this)
-Brand new Racing Mazda 2.5" Downpipe (with an SS flex section if you want it) Not pictured
-DIY dual feed fuel rail for 1.6
-Modified Bowser Heatshield for 2.5" Downpipe
-Custom Elbow w/ K&N Filter

Located in Gastonia, NC. I'm not sure on price...Thinking around 1300 w/ the bov, 1200 without, if you have MS all you'd need is larger injectors and you are good to go. If this doesn't sell, I'm buying the M-tuned manifold and throwing it on my 1.8 (or 1.6 as is, then 1.8 in a few weeks)

FEEDBACK ON PRICE, OR HOW THIS COULD BE A BITCH MOVE AND A BAD IDEA ARE MORE THAN WELCOME. I AM KEEPING THE MS, AEM, BOOST GAUGE, AND 550cc INJECTORS TO INSTALL


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Bump!

If you don't want to sell your Greddy you can purchase our 1.8 swap Manifold which will bolt the Greddy onto your 1.8 engine. In stock ready to ship

http://www.m-tuned.com/miata2.html
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Def looking at that option, having a hard time finding dynos/info about how the TD04h responds on a 1.8.

Seems to do pretty decent though. With the 1.8 manifold will the dp still work?
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Considering its good for ~250whp on a 1.6, I would imagine it would pull the same peak #'s on a 1.8(or better), and have a little better spool.
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WeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaK - you're just stalling, slacker. Don't sell :(
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Def looking at that option, having a hard time finding dynos/info about how the TD04h responds on a 1.8.

Seems to do pretty decent though. With the 1.8 manifold will the dp still work?
Your downpipe will still work and the TD04h responds amazing on the 1.8 engine. Spool-up is about 500-700rpm quicker and the turbo has tons of steam to make power. Years ago a buddy of mine made 290hp with a link ECU using the turbo on a 1.8 engine.
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Your downpipe will still work and the TD04h responds amazing on the 1.8 engine. Spool-up is about 500-700rpm quicker and the turbo has tons of steam to make power. Years ago a buddy of mine made 290hp with a link ECU using the turbo on a 1.8 engine.
Hmm, well then I might just play with what I have, and built the 1.8 and just swap it in later.
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