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Old 12-04-2008, 02:38 AM   #1
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I bought the JRSC mp62 kit for my 95 miata. Unfortunately the parts supplied and the instructions don't cover the base model (no P/S no A/C). So my question is has anyone installed one of these kits on a base 1.8L car? If so what did you use as an idler pulley and what did you mount the tensioner pulley to?

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I bought the JRSC mp62 kit for my 95 miata. Unfortunately the parts supplied and the instructions don't cover the base model (no P/S no A/C). So my question is has anyone installed one of these kits on a base 1.8L car? If so what did you use as an idler pulley and what did you mount the tensioner pulley to?

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I'm sorry but I'm not shure of this. Did you take a look at p 9 in the instructions-> http://www.mossmotors.com/graphics/p...ns/999-805.pdf

Otherwise, mayby you can use TDR's tensioner -> TDR Supercharger Accessories - Belt Tensioner

good luck!

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Have you checked the jrsc rcing website or moss, they have different instructions on the site.
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On a car with no a/c and no PS, you have to get the idler pulley off of an r package miata.
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Thanks for the input. Called jackson/moss today and they are sending me a bracket that should have been included originally. They special built my kit using a tensioner assembly for a no p/s no a/c off of their mp45 blower kit.

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Thanks for the input. Called jackson/moss today and they are sending me a bracket that should have been included originally. They special built my kit using a tensioner assembly for a no p/s no a/c off of their mp45 blower kit.

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