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Old 11-20-2009, 11:57 AM   #1
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All part prices are plus shipping unless specifically listed as "shipped". This is not a feeler thread, everything is going, but parts won’t be pulled from the car until December. I will take reservations on any and all parts with 25% down, balance due when I ship. Some parts, like motor, head, trans are available now. Diff, axles, driveshaft will be available in a couple of weeks. The rest by the end of the year, guaranteed, or double your downpayment back on Jan1. If someone buys the whole turbo setup, I'll get right on the removal ASAP. I will try to get more pictures soon, but most parts can be seen in my build thread at https://www.miataturbo.net/forum/t28412/

99 motor, 90K miles, complete from TB to pan SOLD

99 5 speed trans 90K $200

99 5 speed trans 88K SOLD

99 head, 88K, complete with TB, IM, valve cover, cams, as removed SOLD

99 wiring harness, complete car, no ECU $100

99 1.8 open diff, 90K SOLD

99 Axles, 90K, pair SOLD

99 Driveshaft, 90K SOLD

99 motor accessories-motor threw a rod cap through pan so anything other than rods, crank and pan would be available. I've never pulled it apart, but block may be fine. I'd have to check if you are interested. Let me know what you need off of it-sensors, sandwich cooler, etc.

Turbo kit from my current turbo 99 Miata SOLD minus clutch and injectors so those items are now available separately.

Adaptronic ECU, includes GM IAT, cable for laptop, and 3bar MAP sensor SOLD

DIY Autotune EBC solenoid, SOLD

600cc Deatschwerks injectors, 3K miles $250 shipped

Hot side kit:
DIY stainless manifold
SR20 T25, rebuilt 6K ago, including
Cast aluminum elbow for outlet
DIY inlet fitting w/ recirc BOV inlet port
Cone filter
oil feed line
line tap for block and pressure sender
water line kit and fittings from Stealthmode performance
Tuner Toys oil drain
DIY heat shield for turbo
Begi DP, modified to fit an NB perfectly with mani and turbo above
DIY Manual boost controller, currently set at 10psi.

This is a deal for someone that wants a guaranteed-to-fit complete NB solution for not a lot of money. This kit will fit with PS and AC installed. The only part that you will have to source is a new brass hose barb for the oil pan for the turbo drain. Hot side kit sold as a set SOLD

Flyin' Miata stainless Midpipe with high flow cat and resonator SOLD

FMIC setup. This does require cutting fenders but no cutting of radiator bracket or hood. Large TurboXS intercooler and all charge pipes, couplers, T bolt clamps to fit. IC fits with PS and AC installed. Cold side pipe has bung form GM IAT welded in. Located in passenger fender in front of fender liner to prevent heat soak. IC mounts with two holes drilled into the two tabs inside of the mouth. Also includes Recirc BOV and hoses to mount SOLD

Smaller FMIC as shown in the build thread. This is a bolt in NB specific IC that mounts in the tow hook bolt holes. Includes longer bolts. No charge pipes or couplers. Fits with AC condensor and PS cooler loop. Ran at 8 psi with zero problems. SOLD pending funds

ACT HDSS clutch, 3K miles, truly has had an easy life and I'm not just saying that. 1,200 miles was one business trip. SOLD

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Old 11-20-2009, 01:44 PM   #2
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If still available, I'll take the DIY Autotune EBC. PM me your paypal address.
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What kind of power were you making witht eh kit at 10psi? Just to confirm that is $2500 shipped for the turbo kit?

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Old 11-20-2009, 02:59 PM   #4
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I never dynoed it. I'm guessing right around 200 WHP, based on what I have seen others do. There's room for more if you really want to get into the tuning of it.

Yes, $2500 shipped for everything that you will need to do this. Good deal when you figure that the ECU, injectors and clutch are over half of that. The only parts that you will have to buy are a muffler and a mandrel bend or two to mate it to the midpipe and a brass hose barb to tap into the oil pan for the oil drain. Everything is intact, everything works great. I'd keep it, but I'm building a V8 car now and only room for one toy car.

Remembering some of your older posts, this would be a good option for you. The Adaptronic will handle the VVT on your 01 just fine. You will be able to make more power than I am.
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Good memory. That is exactly what I was thinking. I dont remember seeing any provisioin for the egr on the mani am I correct?

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It does not have provisions for EGR. I removed the tube and made a block off plate. If you need it, a bung could be welded into the mani, seeing as it's stainless tubing weld els and not cast. You can have the block off plate if you want it with the kit.
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If you get to the point of splitting parts, I'd be interested in the Adaptronic. LMK.
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Turbo Kit sold, minus the injectors, EBC and clutch.

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sv650_ck you have a PM on the EBC
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Turbo kit shipped today to Jfornachon. EBC to SV650_ck will go USPS priority mail today as well.

Will consider offers on remaining parts.
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trustworthy seller in hurr. I've bought a few things from Stein and have no complaints.
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Not like a guy with a 34 (100%) feedback rating needs vouching...but I'm doing it anyways.

Have bought and sold parts from John, as well as having him ship me a swaybar at cost when I was in need and had issues with an eBay seller.

Good luck with sell, better luck with the build.
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Pic of the small IC please.
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Pic of the small IC please.
I'll go $65 shipped. It's sitting upside down in the first photo. It bolts into the tow hook holes. I'll supply the longer bolts that it requires. 2 1/2" in/out.
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99 Head sold pending funds.
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I'll go $65 shipped. It's sitting upside down in the first photo. It bolts into the tow hook holes. I'll supply the longer bolts that it requires. 2 1/2" in/out.
Wow it's small. Maybe if I connected yours and the one 2/3'scobra has for sale i'd have enough intercooler. GLWS though
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Wow it's small. Maybe if I connected yours and the one 2/3'scobra has for sale i'd have enough intercooler. GLWS though
It's a good size for a basic 8 psi setup. It's what I used on wastgate and it did its job well. I bumped up when I went to 10, just in case. If someone wants a nice little bolt-in, no-drill-or-weld solution it is fine.
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It's a good size for a basic 8 psi setup. It's what I used on wastgate and it did its job well. I bumped up when I went to 10, just in case. If someone wants a nice little bolt-in, no-drill-or-weld solution it is fine.

Yes, if I were running a low boost setup this would be great. Less turbo boost onset.
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Yes, if I were running a low boost setup this would be great. Less turbo boost onset.
Yeah, I wondered why you were inquiring when I looked at your sig.
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Clutch and Head are SOLD
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