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Old 05-09-2016, 01:00 PM   #1
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Flyin' Miata oil cooler for an NB, except I don't have the brackets, so I guess that means it's universal for a Miata. I assume that since the 89-05 Miatas use the same oil filter, that this will work on all of them, but don't hold me to that.

This was installed on a race car (PTD maybe?), then driven onto a trailer for my friend to buy the car. He is turning it into a Spec Miata, so I bought the oil cooler (spec bought the car, so this came from the same car as the Xida's, MS2, etc, that he had for sale a few months ago). This literally has zero miles on it, and only has oil cycled through for a couple minutes of running. I'm only selling because I'm V8 swapping now, and already have a larger oil cooler.

I can take better pictures if you want, but I didn't want to take it out of the garbage bag and expose it to my dusty garage. This comes with a stock oil-warmer blocked off, but can be used with your factory oil warmer, which you should do if it's a street car.

$300 shipped to the 48 states, but located in Farmington Hills, MI for local pickup.

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275 shipped? Anyone? Bueller?
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Here are some more pictures. I didn't mention in the ad that it comes with a blocked off water to oil heat exchanger, in case you would like to delete your factory oil cooler (warmer). I wouldn't recommend using that on a street car, since it's actually supposed to aid in warming the oil when the oil is cold.

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Bump, $250 shipped? I found out that the 1.6 needs a spacer from FM for this to fit, which is why it costs more to get the 1.6 kit from FM.
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Bump, $250 shipped? I found out that the 1.6 needs a spacer from FM for this to fit, which is why it costs more to get the 1.6 kit from FM.
a 1.6 owner can install the oil warmer to substitute as the spacer. They'd need the threaded rod and nut that goes with the oil warmer. That's what I did when I added a FM oil cooler kit to my 1.6 miata.
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Thanks for the info. So this would just need the threaded rod and nut since I have an oil warmer with blocked off ports.
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Sold!
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