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Old 12-17-2010, 10:06 PM   #1
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Default Msm turbo manifold, outlet, FMII 2.5" dp, FM msm upgrades..

Hey guys, I've got a few things still sitting in my closet from my FMII conversion, so up for grabs if anyone wants it.

MSM radiator, OEM. 65k miles. 100 + shipping OBO.

FM Downpipe for MSM, ~30k miles
Flyin Miata complete intake upgrade
-Throttle body inlet
-GFB vta blow off valve
-FM MBC
-MAF intake pipes, kn filter, outlet pipe
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(some pieces not pictured, but there.)
Complete intake plumbing from throttle body to turbo, stock, including intercooler.
MSM exhaust manifold, Heat sheilds, exhaust outlet, and turbo lines.
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Pick it up for $900 shipped as a package deal. Pretty good when you can do the whole deal if you find a turbo for just over a grand.


FMII downpipe 2.5in 3k miles. $150 shipped.

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These are all the pics I have so far, trying to get a few more uploaded soon.

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Old 12-17-2010, 10:42 PM   #2
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what about FM Downpipe for MSM only? how much? ship to ca 91737
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Trying to package it together but I was asking 275 and shipping for it. Not sure on ca shipping, I would bet 25 or so bucks.

Thanks,
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Sold the msm specific downpipe. Cmon kiddies help me clean my closet out..
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your wanting 900 for the stock manifold/dp and oil lines? or did i mistake?
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And fm intake, fm dp, stock intercooler piping.. etc. I thought it made sense all parts then a price.

I sold it off in parts now, so;

FM full intake. 450 shipped

Stock manifold, outlet, sheilds, lines, and hardware. 230 shipped.

Msm radiator still there too.
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Still for sale kiddies.
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And fm intake, fm dp, stock intercooler piping.. etc. I thought it made sense all parts then a price.

I sold it off in parts now, so;

FM full intake. 450 shipped

Stock manifold, outlet, sheilds, lines, and hardware. 230 shipped.

Msm radiator still there too.
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Still for sale kiddies.
Probably will be for awhile if your asking $450 for a couple pipes and a K&N filter.

Maybe it was a typo. Thats the main reason I'm posting. I figured you might have hit the 4 by accident and I'm just giving you a heads up.

EDIT: I just saw there's a MBC and BOV included. So I'm guessing the 4 was still a mistake, just maybe meant to hit a 1 or 2 instead.
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Talking MSM intake

Hi Chance,
I was wondering of the intake parts were still in your closet? I am interested in freeing up some space for you! I would like to make an offer on all of the intake parts as I have a MSM, but I will be honest I dont have a big budget. Please email me at [email protected] and let me know if the parts are still for sale. Thank you,

Manny

PS I tried PMing you but my low post count does not allow me to do that yet sorry.
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gotta admit, i appreciate the bumps, but its not going to do so well for you if you want to get to ten and post a for sale thread.

Nick

P.S. msm mani, fm dp, and stock ic and stuff still FS
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Can you give me your impression of how the car felt after all of your upgrades? I am still interested in that intake, email me so I can give you an offer, does this include the manual boost control and o2 signal modifier?
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its all gone other than the stock manifold.

The car was quite quick with all the upgrades that were on it. Its not really comparable to an FM turbo kit, though. It spools a little slower and is a bit more peaky than an FMII just because of the stock design not being amazing, but with the FM intake and FM downpipe alone its a lot of fun. Right about 200hp at the wheels at 10psi. It makes a bit more noise, both intake and a louder exhaust note, but nothing major, and it'll put you in your seat slightly when you get on it from 3000rpm or more. Its dogshit slow anything lower than 2500 though, but that could be a good thing depending on how you feel about it. The Bloush turbo makes a good pit of difference as well, and helps move more air obviously. Just a Mistu 19t wheel put in the stock housing, but it worked really well.

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msm mani, fm dp, and stock ic how much for that?
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msm mani, fm dp, and stock ic how much for that?
$350 and shipping would be fine I guess... The Flying miata downpipe is for the FMII setup, not for the FM setup, I forgot to mention this in one of my last posts. The FM downpipe for the MSM stuff was sold a bit ago. I don't know if it would be worth it to try and adapt the FMII pipe to the MSM stuff, I'd guess it would be tough.

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How about just the stock manifold, lines & shields?
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250 shipped for all of that. its already boxed up and such.
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Do you still have the msm intake?
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I don't have it I have sold it, thanks.
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How much for just the MSM exhaust manifold, Heat sheilds, exhaust outlet, and turbo lines.
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