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Old 04-19-2012, 05:52 PM
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So....
Ive got this M45 off a c230 Benz, that I was considering putting on my 99..
Im pretty sure I can fit it where the stock airbox is now, Or maybe even mod the stock intake manifold, and mount it there.
Has anyone done this already?
Is it big enough for the 1.8?
Im pretty sure the C230 is a 1.8.
Just looking for a little feedback..
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Old 04-23-2012, 05:11 PM
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Do it right and go turbo with stand alone. Seeing as i'm maybe 1 of 3 people here with a real hot side root/twin screw set up and not some pos powercards moss kit take it from me. It's not worth the time and money compared to doing your home works and going turbo.
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Yeah, I second the motion. I've got a weak sauce M45, megasquirt, crank overlay.. blah blah and it's just weak. I want a turbo car again.
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OK that's two for turbo!
That was my original hope, and I think I'm headed that way again.
Have not had much luck finding anything good that doesn't sell quick here, but I'll keep looking.
Thanks for the input, it is much appreciated.
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Yes its been done, its called a Jackson racing supercharger kit, and it sucks super hard.

TURBO > ALL
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Originally Posted by jeff_man View Post
Do it right and go turbo with stand alone. Seeing as i'm maybe 1 of 3 people here with a real hot side root/twin screw set up and not some pos powercards moss kit take it from me. It's not worth the time and money compared to doing your home works and going turbo.
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I have a mp62 with stand alone, stock TB location BOV blow by system I made, only running 8psi I have a fast car but it's a pain in the ***.
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Originally Posted by jeff_man View Post
I have a mp62 with stand alone, stock TB location BOV blow by system I made, only running 8psi I have a fast car but it's a pain in the ***.
Ditto, except more like 10psi and dual throttles rather than the obnoxiously loud setup you have
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Lol, sell the Benz screw thing and use that money to save up for a terbo.

Seriously. The ONLY reason to pick an SC over a Turbo is some sort of emissions compliance. If you are looking to adapt something from another car, you are obviously not worried about said compliance.

Another +1 on turbo
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Turbo kit on its way!
Thanks for all the input.
Anyone need a sc?
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depends on what year c230... i have one off the w202 which is a 2.3 and one off of a w203 which is a 1.8. both have been on a shelf in my shop for 3-4 years. they are very durable but the clutches are garbage.
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Originally Posted by richyvrlimited View Post
Ditto, except more like 10psi and dual throttles rather than the obnoxiously loud setup you have
Still one of the coolest sounding miata's around.
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