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Old 02-22-2010, 07:58 PM   #1
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Default New NA/NB Cobalt Remote Oil Re-locator

Fits 90-05 miata, Brand new, never installed. The kit even comes with a Genunine Mazda Oil filter. Bought this Brand New at Moss 162.95 plus tax and shipping. The only thing this kit is missing is another 8AN line just like in the photo. Im using that piece for my oil return line. There not that expensive to have made or bought. Im asking $100 Shipped. From Moss, "This kit makes oil changes a snap. The factory oil filter is buried under the intake manifold, making it difficult to reach. This remote mount relocates the filter to the firewall area. Allows you to change your oil in minutes." Im located in Victorville, CA
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Went to the Moss site. They show one kit part number to fit all year cars, yet they list 2 generations of cars separately rather than saying this fits all years. Same part number shown for all kits. Do you know why this would not be that same kit shown? They only show one kit offered as far as part numbers. Not saying your info is wrong just want to see if this is a somehow older or different set-up. I have a 2000 that I am considering this for.
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^just got off the phone with moss tech guy and they said it fits 90-05 miatas. No, mines is not an older kit, it's out of it's package.

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Lowball of $60 shipped to V5A 1H6.

I could use this to actually turbo my car since my 1.6 block is apparently some kind of freak that doesn't have the oil feed off the exhaust side of the block and I don't really want to drill it.
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Lowball of $60 shipped to V5A 1H6.

I could use this to actually turbo my car since my 1.6 block is apparently some kind of freak that doesn't have the oil feed off the exhaust side of the block and I don't really want to drill it.
Whatagatabitusberry??

90-94 blocks have an oil and a coolant port. Weird O_o
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Lowball of $60 shipped to V5A 1H6.

I could use this to actually turbo my car since my 1.6 block is apparently some kind of freak that doesn't have the oil feed off the exhaust side of the block and I don't really want to drill it.
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nm i found one cheaper
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^good for you.
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Whatagatabitusberry??

90-94 blocks have an oil and a coolant port. Weird O_o
I know, I'm told it might have been a crate motor of some sort instead of just being drilled as a parts bin thing. No idea, the car has been just full of wonderful surprises =(

Anyway, good luck with sale OP.
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