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Old 05-09-2010, 01:42 PM   #1
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I've got basically a whole turbo drivetrain for sale. The car took a good hit to the right front quarterpanel and control arm, but the engine bay is fine and the engine still runs, but the ins co totaled it :( Dynoed 200 rwhp and 200 torque earlier this year.

so, make me an offer on the good stuff... If needed I can post pictures of various bits. The car is located in Austin Texas.

+ Hydra ECU, with FM '01+ PnP harness, and WB O2 sensor - asking - $1400 OBO
+ FM/BEGI Turbo Manifold (recently machined flat to fix a leak) - $200
+ FlyinMiata GT2560R - $400
+ Full 2.5" FM Exhaust, downpipe, midpipe, and dual exhaust. - $125 each

+ Vishnu Fuel Rail - $50
+ set of 4 RC 550cc injectors - $250

+ 5-speed transmission (a little crunch going into 5th), with ACT heavy duty clutch and lightweight FM flywheel.
+ 01 engine - ~70k (mostly turboed) miles, stock coils, stock internals (minus injectors and fuel rail) - $400
+ Torsen Diff - SOLD
+ black '01 cloth seats (a bit of wear, but good donors for leather covers) - $50
+ 01+ sport package brakes w/ used rotors - $350
+ New in box Porterfield R4S for sport package $120 (purchased for 155)
+ left front headlight is practically new (right was destroyed) - $100

(prices do not include shipping)

Other parts available too.

email me if interested. @ [email protected]

-Jacob

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pm'd on the exhaust
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PM'd about trans
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Brakes?

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Do you have more specs on that turbo?
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pics of the Vishnu Fuel Rail will it fit a 95? how much to ship to 94401?
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pics of the Vishnu Fuel Rail will it fit a 95? how much to ship to 94401?
It won't fit. I have a 99 Vishnu rail and I tried it in my 95. No good.
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I want the TPS sensor pig tail please please please please.
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Im interested in the Torsen diff.
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What version is the hydra. Also do you have pictures of it
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The seller seems like a nice guy he sent me photos of the hydra setup last night. I think I am going to wait for the AEM 2 to come out as my car is still stock. But this hydra is a great deal for anybody needing one now
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Here are some pics of the Hydra kit. It should be a complete kit for an 01+ car.

Hydra box
Hydra kit 1
Hydra kit 2

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how much for the cylinder head?
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after harassing you about your thread, I might be interested in the left front headlight. how yellow is it?
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I've never removed a cylinder head before. How hard is it?
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Flyin Miata Hydra 2.6 kit w/ wideband o2 sensor is still available for $1400...

new ones are more than $2,000. anyone interested?
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what are the compression numbers on that engine?
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No idea... never had a reason to check.

Car was running just fine, but it does have 70k miles (and 60k of them with a turbo).
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cylinder head is not too hard to take off at all! Anybody willing to go in half with me on the cost of that engine I just need a shortblock.
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