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    4,000 rpm - entering the fun zone etikoner's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by etikoner View Post
    I need to see what you're talking about with the Ohlins. Classy not slamming it, but I'd lower it just a tad, lol.
    The Ohlins definitely ride nice!

    Thanks for letting me shoot your car



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    4,000 rpm - entering the fun zone MaRcOp01o's Avatar
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    Definitely was nice hanging! and thank you for the pics!!

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    4,000 rpm - entering the fun zone MaRcOp01o's Avatar
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    Thanks to Pete who overnighted himself from Japan brought back something from Karuizawa that I was looking to add to my list of stuff.

    A "Wooden" Mazda Speed shift knob in very nice condition. The lettering and the shift pattern is perfect the leather on the grip is a little worn down but I like to say "It gives the car character", it is also very light so shifting is satisfying due to the Miata's notchy shifter. I am on the hunt for another shift knob, I would love to find the Big Boy Joyfast Shift knob but I am happy with what I have. Thanks again Pete!!

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    Not sure if this is a Big Boy but it is for sale down under here.

    https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/kalo...ota/1182741636

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    4,000 rpm - entering the fun zone MaRcOp01o's Avatar
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    Thank you for the hunt but I have seen that one before. That one is the one I am looking for but I would like to find one with a visible sticker.

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    Idling - Listen to it purr... dnaha's Avatar
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    Love the build so far. Just received my Mazdaspeed front strut bar today like one that you have. Can't wait to install it (though cruise control module is gonna give me a hard time too)

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    4,000 rpm - entering the fun zone MaRcOp01o's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by dnaha View Post
    Love the build so far. Just received my Mazdaspeed front strut bar today like one that you have. Can't wait to install it (though cruise control module is gonna give me a hard time too)
    Yeah man!! The mazdaspeed bar is definitely an eye catcher but I recommend the DDM Works Cruise control relocation bracket so nothing gets in the way. But be on the lookout more Mazdaspeed is on the way for the Eunos.

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    Idling - Listen to it purr... dnaha's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaRcOp01o View Post
    Yeah man!! The mazdaspeed bar is definitely an eye catcher but I recommend the DDM Works Cruise control relocation bracket so nothing gets in the way. But be on the lookout more Mazdaspeed is on the way for the Eunos.
    Thanks for the recommendation! I'll look into it.

    Can't wait to see what Mazdaspeed parts you get next.

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    4,000 rpm - entering the fun zone MaRcOp01o's Avatar
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    So after the Ohlins install I was feeling extra inspired to get out and do some hard driving. I am about 45 Mins from Homestead Miami Speedway in Florida, it is a famous NASCAR track with a road course as well but they converted a portion of there parking lot into a Go-Kart track. So that means it is an actual course with lines and curbing but go-kart sized, so it's perfect for a miata! The BRG handled great in both wet and dry conditions the LSD definitely helped get as much power down as possible and the coilovers and sway bars put it on rails. I was able to keep up with my buddies GTI and WRX I was within 1 second of them and there cars had similar mods to mine.
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    Nice! The car is looking great

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    4,000 rpm - entering the fun zone MaRcOp01o's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by fwdtamiya View Post
    Nice! The car is looking great
    Thank you man! There will be more on the way eventually but I need to start focusing on the Eunos.

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    4,000 rpm - entering the fun zone MaRcOp01o's Avatar
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    So it has been a minute since an update and no mods have been done. Recently as some of you know I bought a 2018 Honda Fit as a daily driver due to the Eunos being so rare and the BRG being too collectible. I actually had plans too sell the BRG but after a lot of thinking, friendly input, and my mom saying do not sell it I have decided I cannot get rid of it and I am happy I came up with that decision because I didn't want to get rid of it. I just knew it would be the smarter thing too do but I am young so I have an excuse to be dumb. So I slapped on a Mazda Roadster sticker and sat down and thought of a plan. Good things are on the way!

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    4,000 rpm - entering the fun zone MaRcOp01o's Avatar
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    Quick Update:

    So last weekend I was driving home and I got a battery light My alternator had died. So I did some research and came across Adams (RevLimiter) article on the RX-7 Alternator. Found out all I needed was the NA Power steering bolt. So went too my local Mazda dealer turns out they had both in stock which amazed me and traded in my old alternator and gave me a discount! Everything is up and running again and I swear the lights in the interior are brighter or maybe its just me! But I highly recommend upgrading alternators if yours goes bad.

    https://revlimiter.net/blog/2017/08/...at-fit-miatas/

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    4,000 rpm - entering the fun zone MaRcOp01o's Avatar
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    Alright Pictures this time and Updates!

    So after I chose to keep the car decided I wanted to add some more personal styling. So I picked up some goodies. First on deck:

    Is an intake sold by AutoExe, designed by GruppeM and filter by K&N Japan. I personally never knew this was a thing before I saw it. So I went too AutoExe's website and low and behold there it is. From the 2 Reviews I could find on it that I had too translate it is apparently very throaty and loud which is always a good thing and provides low end torque so paired with the ARC tube this could prove to be a great add on and it is what I am looking for because I love taking the BRG on some back roads hearing some intake noise. And no joke the filter fits on top of my head it is the widest filter I have ever seen.
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    Second on the list is:

    A Zoom Engineering Fuel Lid! I have been after one for a while and could never find a good deal until I randomly saw one on Facebook. It has some Patina (Which I feel suits the BRG style) and comes with everything even the polish! I am going to give it a nice once over and install everything this weekend.
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    Also because I like you guys here is me wearing the intake on my head. Also if you're going too JCCS 2019 that is me!
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    And something extra special should be arriving today!!

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    Nice cone! speaking of cones where are you putting your Miata collection with this cone of uncertainty. ??



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