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Old 01-14-2014, 05:16 PM   #1
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Hello, all. Just testing waters, I finished my grad courses a semester early and only need to defend this semester. Since I am only registered for one credit, they decided not to pay me for research this semester.

Right now I'm not sure if I'm truly scrapping this, or if it will be put on hold or what.

I may, however, entertain arrangements for anyone who wants to buy a bulk of the parts for their own project. All that is needed is to finalize the plumbing for the oil return for turbo and this is ready to go into a car. These parts are ready to be dropped into an NA6 chassis to get you fired up and running short of a rear diff and suspension. All parts have never been run short of being installed. Motor is obviously used, but rebuilt with new parts. Used parts are denoted with *.

Caveat...gotta pick this up. I just don't have time to box and arrange shipping with wrapping up grad school.

BP4W Motor - rebuilt
-Wiseco 8.5:1 Pistons
-Scat Rods w/ ARP hardware
-ARP Main studs
-ARP Head studs
-BE Street/Strip oil pump
-SuperMiata Damper
-Bosch Water Pump (brand new)
-I-J 1.8L Crank Scraper
-ACL Race Bearings
-Supertech +1mm exhaust valves
-Square top intake manifold*
-Artech Race braided coolant lines
-Artech oil braided line and return kit
-Mazda competition engine mounts
-Gates racing timing belt
-Toyota COPS conversion

-MS3 for 90-93 miata (built by Braineak) supporting sequential fuel and spark

Fuel
-ID1000 injectors
-190 LPH fuel pump

Intercooler
-Begi #3 intercooler*
-Flyin Miata silicone intercooler piping - completely unmolested
-odds and ends reducers pipes and bunch of t-bolt clamps

Exhaust
-ARtech exhaust manifold for EFR6258 (swaintech coated)
-3" Downpipe
-3"full stainless exhaust
-3" resonated test pipe

Cooling
-Mishimoto radiator*
-FM Stage II cooling kit
-M-tuned coolant reroute
-FM Lower radiator hose

Turbo
EFR 6258 (brand new)

Drivetrain
6 Speed trans*
Clutch master 6 puck sprung clutch w/ lightweight flywheel


Extras
AWR Sway mounts (needed to relocate and reinforce sways forward for 1.8L swap in 1.6L Miata)
FM tools - cam seals, crank tool, timing belt ninja
DDM Works 3 gauge + radio panel
Tons of other odds and end motor bits
Spare bare block
Spare crank


I spent a hair over $10.5k in these parts, If you are seriously interested in ALL this, please contact me and we will work the price down.

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How much for the radiator ?
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Yea I thought I was going to have a steady income for the last semester; I worked hard to finish early, and instead of coasting for a while applying for jobs for after graduation, I'm spending the semester wrapping up, already NEEDING a job. Lesson learned, don't take too much initiative. It's still not certain, I might just want to finish the car and sell it whole (even if I take a loss). I hate starting projects and not finishing.

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How much for the radiator ?
Currently entertaining total package sale for the moment. Ideally I'd love to sell the radiator WITH the brand new mounted slim fans and cooling shrouds along with the wiring upgrade kit. Even 500.
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Mock up before timing belt was installed

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selling that oil cooler plate?
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with the rest of the entire setup
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Wow. This + a cheap NA6 = beast. But one must have the cash, and this one does not. good luck with the sale sir.
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Want to sell the FM tools?
I may be willing to sell the FM tools because I no longer have an oem crank pulley and the cam seals are brandy mint. I mainly got the set for the timing belt ninja tool.

Let me finalize things with this motor and as soon as I decide to install or sell, there will be a huge sale of left overs
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In for the part out.
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I'm in for selling everything at once whether it be by someone hauling it away, or me finishing the car and selling it whole.

I don't want to be sitting on odds and ends for a year. That won't help me anymore than my current situation. If I decide to part out, I'll keep you guys updated or just watch for a thread with individual prices.

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In for the completion and you keeping it, and, if only absolutely necessary, you selling it whole.
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I'm local and interested in just the radiator..
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Does the FM silicone piping work with the manifold setup?
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I haven't installed the setup so I'm unsure. If I put it together, I will likely sell the hot and run custom piping, but keep the cold side.

If I end up selling the charge pipe, then I'll put it in a FS thread
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