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Old 09-04-2009, 09:39 PM   #21
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Edit: To any potential buyers, this is a great "seller". I say "seller" because he GAVE me a working boost gauge a while back and I practically had to force him to give me his pay pal email so I could send him a few bucks for shipping.
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It does not.
I did some searching and it looks like it is compatible with glass tops other than the robbins one.
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I did some searching and it looks like it is compatible with glass tops other than the robbins one.
For real?! If it is i'm gonna be pissed at myself for buying another plastic window top when I replaced my old one...


I swear I remember searching and finding out that glass windows didn't fit between the rear supports. The stock plastic one I seem to remember not exactly fitting between them either for that matter...kinda bent up on the sides.
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The plastic window is wider than most glass windows.... except the robbins one.
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Old 09-04-2009, 11:54 PM   #25
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The plastic window is wider than most glass windows.... except the robbins one.
Yes but isn't there more glass than you see under the fabric? Measure your window and communicate it to me via PM so we dont crap on his thread anymore; i'll measure my bar and let you know.

Hopefully for your sake i'm wrong, though! My autopower bar is awesome, just a little narrower than the harddog bars so it doesn't look quite as good. My only complaint.
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Old 09-05-2009, 12:35 AM   #26
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autopower bar sits a little lower and a little further back then other bars. im pretty sure it works with glass windows but i might be wrong
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Old 09-05-2009, 01:12 AM   #27
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I think it is not so much the width of the glass, but the fact that it cannot fold in half when the top comes down like a plastic window can. My NB glass comes almost to the front of the parcel shelf when the top is down. If there is not a big enough gap between the two struts (or other such bracing) that tie the hoop to the rear of the car, then it is a no-go.
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:( your family doesn't know how good they have it with you man best of luck to ya.
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Old 09-05-2009, 09:23 AM   #29
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I need a little advice in another thread which pertains to this one.

Please see post here:

https://www.miataturbo.net/forum/t38838/

Thanks.
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Old 09-05-2009, 09:39 AM   #30
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Sorry to hear this gospeed
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I might be interested in the turbo kit. PMing now.
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I'm finally going to get off my *** and install my new suspension bits this weekend.

Complete stock NA shocks/springs/hats are yours for the cost of shipping if you want them.
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im intrested in the pedal kit and injectors let me knw how much to ship to 94401
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Good news / Bad news



I'm still building a turbo Miata....but there will be no HUGE part-out.

https://www.miataturbo.net/forum/t38838-2/#post451383



I may still sell a few parts, and will try to get back to most of the flood of PMs I got.


Thanks everyone for looking, and thank you more to those who offered to help. It's nice to know that if this had been my only way out of a tight spot that it would have worked out.
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I am still selling the Fat Cat Motorsports NB-style shock mounts.

I have some FCM 36mm bumpstops which can be included as well.

$225 shipped US48.


These simply won't work with my Konis...they are made for Illuminas, and I'm not sure what else.
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What type of clutch flywheel combo did you have and mileage/price?


Uh just thought about that I guess your not going to part that.
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What type of clutch flywheel combo did you have and mileage/price?


Uh just thought about that I guess your not going to part that.
I have an ACT Xtreme organic. Nice (stock-like) engagement, little harder pedal effort.

I highly recommend it, but no...I am not motivated to do that job twice this year, unless you can PM me an offer that would make me want to upgrade.

Unsure on the mileage...~5000miles at <9psi.
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