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Old 07-16-2008, 09:33 PM   #1
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Gotta clean out some stuff that has accumulated in my garage.

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T25G turbo from a Nissan SR20 but with a RWD compressor housing. Comes with everything you see pictured. It has one half way broken stud, one complete stud and is missing 3 others. But comes with 3 new studs and 2 grade 10 bolts as replacements. Two banjos with washers, oil drain, compressor outlet gasket, and some sort of bracket. It does not come with a wastegate actuator. The turbo has minimal shaft play and spins smooth as butter, neither compressor wheel nor turbine wheel hit the housing. From what I can tell, and compared to my turbo it is well within tolerances and is ready to be bolted up.

I got this from a guy that paid me with this turbo. Looks like he attempted to clock it because its not in its factory position and has some new threaded holes on the back of the compressor housing for a new wastegate position.


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1.8L Tan Top injectors with 21,000 miles on them. These came off my car.
$50

1.8, 96/97, coils with 22,000 on them. Also came off my car.
$60

NGK wireset with less then 1000 miles on it. Also came off my car.
$20 combine with the coils or anything else and they are yours for $10 SOLD

Miata factory headlight lid with 4 inch wide naca duct. I decided to follow in braineacks footsteps and make one too. Spent a ton on dremel, and bits, and bondo and other random ****. In the end I messed up. I put the duct to low, meaning to close to the bottom of the lid so now if I try to bolt it up it hits the metal carrier for the light. This will only work with low pros, or similar lights that do not use the factory round light bracket

This was a red lid, which then became a green lid. The duct is bondoed in and just needs paint to match your car.

I just want my money back for the lid and duct. $70 SOLD

I will take offers as well, so don't be shy to PM one.
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Dammit Sam... I was going to IM you the other day and ask if you had a set of Coils for 96/97. I just ordered a bunch of stuff from Rosenthal like wires and such and if that doesnt work, then I'm going to need the coils. New car feels really sluggish under 3000 rpm, almost like its misfiring.
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NM. I didnt read why you were gettin rid on the naca lid.
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I'll buy the naca duct, i have BSP low pro's. Just let me know your paypal info
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Dang all that hard work just to be off by a couple mm's? Sorry to hear that. Here's the location some other guy used...

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Its ok, im not mad. It was a lot of work and a lot of expenses but I got to learn how bondo works and how to properly use a dremel.

At least now, if I ever need to do it again I know where I went wrong.
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payment sent on the duct
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