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Old 10-01-2009, 02:04 PM   #1
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Mazda Miata MX-5 New Turbo & Manifold

Mazda Miata MX-5 1.8L Turbo Mainfold and JDM T25/T28 Turbo
NEW, never used.
Includes all gaskets, manifold gasket, turbo off manifold gasket and down pipe gasket.
Chrome manifold, fits perfectly
T25/T28 Hybrid Turbo – oil and water cooled
Fits 1.8L Mazda Miata MX-5 engines
Waste gate set at 7psi, external waste gate
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ohhh **** it's jdm
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turbo not hit block?
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external wastegate? where?
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is that turbo on there backwards as well? lolol
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I'd buy it.
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ebay special
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JDM my ***. CDM!
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It's "JDM" slang for cheaply made ******* chinese ****?
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is that turbo on there backwards as well? lolol
don't look backwards to me, unless you think it's a top mount. which it's not.
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I am very tempted to buy this. I had plans on doing things right the first time (v-band, Garrett), but this might be perfect for me to learn on before moving up. I already have MS/LC-1 for management, but almost everything else is unmodified. Do you guys think that it would be a good idea to start here for learning (not for power), or should I save up for later and do it right the first time? Considering I would fabricate the downpipe/intake myself, I would be down about $400 when I decide to switch.

I daily drive/autox non-competition now, but have plans on going to the track later. (not with this junk)

I also noticed there is no EGR bung on the manifold. Can I place a blocking plate on the EGR valve with no ill effects aside mileage? EDIT: nvm, I can.
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Ebay manifold, chromed?? hmmm
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I am very tempted to buy this. I had plans on doing things right the first time (v-band, Garrett), but this might be perfect for me to learn on before moving up. I already have MS/LC-1 for management, but almost everything else is unmodified. Do you guys think that it would be a good idea to start here for learning (not for power), or should I save up for later and do it right the first time? Considering I would fabricate the downpipe/intake myself, I would be down about $400 when I decide to switch.

I daily drive/autox non-competition now, but have plans on going to the track later. (not with this junk)

I also noticed there is no EGR bung on the manifold. Can I place a blocking plate on the EGR valve with no ill effects aside mileage? EDIT: nvm, I can.
do it right the first time
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