Started on July 7 by P90Puma

Mazda Miata 1.8L

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1994 Base. The infamous, P90Puma build thread that kills internet connections and browsers: http://grassrootsmotorsports.com/forum/grm/p90pumas-build-thread-1994-miata-garrett-t3-reup-5/599/page1/ Installed/Installing Visual: Hardtop, Fresh Paint, Fender Flares, R-package Front Lip, R-package Rear Trunklid spoiler, Mazdaspeed Polished Tow Hooks, Blue Forged Aluminum Lugnuts, BRP Aluminum Pedal Set, Alpine 120w Speakers, Safety: Autopower 4pt Rollbar, CGLock Suspension/Wheels/Tires: Strut Tower bar, Fatcat Coilovers // Fatcat bumpstops, R-package Bilsteins / NB Tophats, JDuffett CNC Lathe’d Shock Hat mounting solution, Eibach ERS 2.5”w 6” l 300lb r x2, Eibach ERS 2.5”w 6” l 450lb f x2, Racing Beat 1.125” Tubular Swaybar front, Racing Beat front swaybar support no PS, Racing Beat Adjustable Swaybar endlinks, Axxis Ultimates (94 Miata front) with NAPA blanks (94 Miata front), Axxis Ultimates (94 Miata rear) with NAPA Blanks (94 Miata rear), 14x5.5 1993 Daisy’s with 185/65/14 Yoko ES100’s, 14x5.5 1990 Daisy’s with 185/65/14 Kumho Snows, 15x7 Kosei K1 Silver et38 with 225/45/15 Hoosier R6’s, 15x9 949Racing Nickel et36 with 225/45/15 Hankook RS2’s, 225/45/15 Hoosier R6 Unmounted Power: Garrett T3 .60/.63, Custom 3” Turbo back exhaust, ETD Racing Custom T3 Manifold, HKS SSQV BOV, GReddy Oil Catch Can, Ebay I/C Kit, Aluminum 2.5”, 4-ply couplers with T-bolt Clamps, Earl’s Stainless lines with AN fittings. -4AN feed, -10AN drain, -6AN Coolant, TiAL 38mm WG 0.25bar (3.6 PSI LOL) spring. Drivetrain: Mazda Rebuilt 0 mile RX7 LSD, Mazdaspeed 3.636 Gears for the Diff, MMR Differential Mounts, Goodridge SS Clutch line, Electronics: Megasquirt Standalone EMS, SPA Design Temp/Volt Dual LCD Gauge, AEM Tru Boost Controller/Gauge, Autometer A/F Gauge, JAW Wideband w/ Display, Toyota COP ignition, Custom Single DIN Panel with LED’s and SPDT Switches for Megasquirt controls, GTech Pro RR.

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P90Puma
July 7, 2008, 9:55 a.m.

No Edit Button?

Baxter
July 8, 2008, 10:11 a.m.

There's an edit button. You should be seeing it.

2002maniac
Aug. 24, 2009, 1:44 p.m.

looks awesome!

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