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Old 06-09-2009, 10:12 PM   #1
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Default Cali crew: sick-*** DIY setup in Mountain View on Craigslist.

Mazda Miata Custom Turbo Kit

I met this guy once or twice and poked around his car and his fab skills are top-notch. If you were thinking about a turbo setup, this is probably worth the $2500 he's asking for it when you factor in the radiator, exhaust, etc.
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Old 06-09-2009, 11:40 PM   #2
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Mazda Miata Custom Turbo Kit (mountain view)
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Date: 2009-06-06, 6:37PM PDT

For sale is a custom turbo kit that was built for a 1994 Mazda Miata. Kit includes:

- Full aluminum intercooler and radiator V-mount system
- Custom vented aluminum hood (black)
- Two Nissan SR20 T25 turbos (one freshly rebuilt with zero miles)
- Megasquirt plug and play fully programmable ECU system
- Toyota Supra turbo 440cc injectors (clean) 7MGTE
- Dual SPAL fan cooling system
- Greddy blow off valve
- Custom stainless steel turbo manifold with .125" wall thickness for strength
- Custom stainless steel 3" two into one header
- Custom stainless steel 3" exhaust system with magnaflow muffler and racing cat
- All turbo oil and water routing lines
- Boost gauges
- Manual boost controller
- K&N intake air filter
- All band clamps and silicon couplings needed for install

There is more as well, basically everything needed to install. I am selling because I needed to buy a family car and my friend bought the car without the turbo kit. It has about 2k miles on it and is in great shape. Capable of over 200 rear wheel horse power and fully programmable. Please email me if you are interested and I can answer any questions that you have and show it to you anytime. I am asking $2,500 or best offer (please do offer) because materials alone to build this kit were over $3,000. Please also see the pictures below.

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gorgeous heat exchanger set-up. I wants.
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I wish there were more picks of the brackets.
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how the hell did he tilt the rad like that and not hit the harmonic balancer? unles it is way shorter.
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that **** is SEXY! wish i had 2500 bucks layin around.....
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Does anyone know if this kit has sold?

I have the money now, but I need to find it! I can't seem to find it on craigslist.
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