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Old 08-28-2014, 05:36 PM   #1
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MP62 twin screw for MOSS
Jackson Racing 4-2-1 header for a 01+ (will source you a 99 egr if you have a 99/00)
TDR belt tensioner
TDR FMIC with radiator cover
Greddy Type S BOV
JMR throttler body relocation kit
52 and 56mm nose pulley
All mounting needed for an NB
Moss dummy throttle body and idle air relocation kit that was included in original kit.
DeatschWerks 325cc injectors


$2500 as kit only (shipped)

Stock 99 block with kit and 56MM makes over 250hp and 215ftlb with a MS2 (spark pulled to keep car at 250hp for stock rod heath)

Kit has less then 10k miles and has been opened up to reoil and regrease at about 7k miles.

The bov and tb relocation allows for making boost faster, fixes all the idle issues hot side MOSS/TDR kits have, throttle response is amazing, and it sounds cooler.

Adding the bov/stock location throttle was good for 10hp

Video shot testing 3 years ago with old cell phone



Sorry Greasemonkey2000, my kits way better then your's

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Bump for the only MT.net approved hair drier.
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So tempting. Wish that header fit the VVT motor. The blower is stock...ie no portwork on any part?
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So tempting. Wish that header fit the VVT motor. The blower is stock...ie no portwork on any part?
This kit was on a 01+ car to start. The only thing that makes a header 99/00 or 01+ is the egr pipe and you can swap to the opposite year egr pipe.
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Can you send me a PM. I am interested but can you send me more images of the kit and if you have any details on the regrease/reoil?
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Can you send me a PM. I am interested but can you send me more images of the kit and if you have any details on the regrease/reoil?
My post didn't save so not retyping the whole thing.

you need 10 post I think to message users.

Here are 2 photos I could find off facebook real fast that should help.




This photo I marked where you grease the screws and found a youtube of a oil change on a lotus but I did it when the unit off the car and open.


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BUY MY ****!!!
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I'm new here, so can't message apparently... I want my miata to be faster but probably shouldn't spend the money... Feel free to convince me otherwise. Or consider a trade for an sv650!
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I'm new here, so can't message apparently... I want my miata to be faster but probably shouldn't spend the money... Feel free to convince me otherwise. Or consider a trade for an sv650!
I have already been murdered once on a SV650 my a SUV so no thanks.

I don't need to convince you, 250-300whp bolt on with ecu is all the convincing you should need. An unlike every other mp62 miata in the world, this kit ideas like stock.
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When you haven't sold it by December, I'll take it
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I'm sure this is frowned upon but I simply do not have enough to say to fill 15 posts without being super annoying. So I'd rather take the lesser of two evils and stick around here. If you're able to PM me or shoot over an email address I'd love to talk further about the kit and hopefully do business asap. Thanks!
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Send me a message on our build facebook page and I will give you my info. https://www.facebook.com/NMHFR
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MP62 twin screw for MOSS
Jackson Racing 4-2-1 header for a 01+ (will source you a 99 egr if you have a 99/00)
TDR belt tensioner
TDR FMIC with radiator cover
Greddy Type S BOV
JMR throttler body relocation kit
52 and 56mm nose pulley
All mounting needed for an NB
Moss dummy throttle body and idle air relocation kit that was included in original kit.
DeatschWerks 325cc injectors


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Stock 99 block with kit and 56MM makes over 250hp and 215ftlb with a MS2 (spark pulled to keep car at 250hp for stock rod heath)

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Jeff, are you sure you don't mean 62 and 65mm pulleys? I never seen any as small as 52 and 56mm; seems they wouldn't have enough surface area to avoid belt slip.
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Jeff, are you sure you don't mean 62 and 65mm pulleys? I never seen any as small as 52 and 56mm; seems they wouldn't have enough surface area to avoid belt slip.
You are correct
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Hi, I'm interested in the sc kit. Please text 562 353 749 three or email [email protected]. Thanks
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