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Old 02-24-2015, 01:09 PM   #1
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I decided to go to the dark side and double my cylinder count so my performance rebuild parts are up for grabs. Everything is NIB.

Supertech dual valve springs with titanium retainers, kit #SPRK-1012-M18D. Includes necessary OEM mazda hardware - SOLD

ARP main stud kit (1.8) - SOLD

ARP head stud kit (1.8) - SOLD

If anyone is interested I also have an entire disassembled '96 engine with 90k in running condition. Head has been to the machine shop to get the valve seats cleaned up and is ready to reassemble. Block has been honed but not bored. Crank has been polished. Could technically be reassembled as-is or is a perfect candidate to go a hair over and throw some pistons and rods at it as was my plan. - Make offer

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PM'd on ARP hardware.
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"Light" or "heavy" duty springs?
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"Light" or "heavy" duty springs?
The P/N suggests the Light springs. 63lbs. SPRK-1012-M18D
I'll take that spring kit.

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The P/N suggests the Light springs. 63lbs. SPRK-1012-M18D
I'll take that spring kit.
Oh thank God... I don't need those right now.
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