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Today 11:15 AM
 The first engine build I've ever done (NB2/Turbo)
I still need to get around to watching the videos you have done so far. Heads up on the tuning thing. It's not hard, but the learning curve is like a brick wall. (10 views, 1 replies)
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Today 11:13 AM
 OG Racing: PFC race pads.
We can hope. The Love has been coming back to PFC in waves. (14,600 views, 204 replies)
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Today 11:02 AM
 2000 Turbo Miata
You'll have a blast. (5,337 views, 17 replies)
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Joe Perez
Today 10:59 AM
 How (and why) to Ramble On your domestic shorthair
Awesome. Thanks, dude. (1,056,114 views, 29,296 replies)
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Today 10:50 AM
 Dimensions for Steering Rack spacers?
Hi, Looking to DIY some steering rack spacers out of 6061 aluminum. Can't find the dimensions anywhere, so if anyone has made their own set before it'd be great to get some insight. Thanks (6 views, 0 replies)
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Today 10:39 AM
 NA vs NB miata
I was thinking what Hellings is saying. I bought a used Altima for 1500 bucks that has cold air and drives nicely and is far more practical as a single car than a Miata. You are likely not follow... (2,200 views, 71 replies)
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Today 10:33 AM
 MINI 11" rotor instead of Corrado
I make these brackets. PM me if you are interested. (26,894 views, 155 replies)
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Today 10:33 AM
 Cowl Braces
Sorry OptionXIII just noticed this while reading through the thread again. Better late than never. I did have to clearance that lip yes, but only had to cut it back maybe an 1/8", didn't even get... (5,140 views, 51 replies)
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Godless Commie
Today 10:21 AM
 Miata dies when clutch is pushed in
Funny you should mention that. At the risk of threadjacking, I had some pretty strange problems this past week. My windshield washer quit all of a sudden, among other things that were not up to... (165 views, 4 replies)
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Today 10:17 AM
 Work in progress- Brake ducts in GV lip for SADFAB
Ill be printing the beta today and hopefully fitting to my NA sometime this week. If everything goes well there, then ill start experimenting with how to best print it for strength, and order some... (2,627 views, 46 replies)
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Today 10:05 AM
 Supercharged *cringe* BP4W in a NA8 "R" Track Build
Well, at least it isn't a 1.6 with an M45 like I have... I am making a whopping 145hp according to VD... I still have a stock cat and a very not good tune though. The instant boost in first and... (446 views, 14 replies)
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Matt Cramer
Today 10:00 AM
 Idle surge 95 Diy PNP
Got the log. Try flattening out the VE table in that range and adding a little more fuel. If not running sequential, trying to idle in the mid 14's is hard to pull off. (214 views, 5 replies)
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Today 09:58 AM
 Kraftwerks BOV & filter, clutch slave cylinder, Torq ro polisher
PM on the BOV and Filter (226 views, 1 replies)
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Today 09:16 AM
 SoCal: Toyo Proxes RR 205/50ZR15 and BFG Rival 225/45R15
I will take them (665 views, 11 replies)
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Today 08:41 AM
 Issues with Supertech Viton valve seals?
I believe it’s possibly a bad run or, I hadn’t considered what Savington said until now - they might not have the ability to seal with a guide that has more stem play, where as a standard seal might.... (824 views, 17 replies)
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Today 08:38 AM
 WTB: OEM oil cooler from 1.8L car...
That works for me, thanks. You've got the extended threaded stud and nut as well? (147 views, 2 replies)
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Today 08:03 AM
 Stiffening a 2003
I picked up a nice mint 2003 over the weekend, and i'm trying to plan out mods. I figure suspension / stiffening related makes more sense up front, I can spend a few hundred every month or two and... (77 views, 0 replies)
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Today 07:41 AM
 9000rpm 2l Bp stroker gtx3576 build.
Got some more work done today, Reinforced the differential housing and glass blasted it. Cut out some 5mm aluminium pieces and welded them to the housing. Now it will get a heat cycle in the... (1,603 views, 35 replies)
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Today 07:38 AM
 Drag racing setup
At this point, Pat has an automatic. Drag radials are normal with an auto. (3,719 views, 107 replies)
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Today 07:23 AM
 Apexi boost gauge not calibrated?
It is good enough for what you are doing with it. The ECU will read accurately regardless of the gauge position and that is what matters. (304 views, 14 replies)

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