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    So your "after" photo has the Sebring engine management system added getting a single from the CAS correct? Get an A/F ratio gauge to insure you are running rich under boost. You can pull the signal from the ECU. I cannot remember the terminal number, but its the one for the oxygen sensor... I also added a water injection system that really helps keep temps under control. I never change the fuel injectors yet because my A/F gauge did not indicate I needed to. i suspect they are under pretty high duty cycle. I do not see an auxiliary fuel pressure regulator in your photo. You need one of those. I can send you my install instructions when I bought mine new if you want. Mine was a prototype for Sebring before they sold it to Jackson--so its pretty old--but has over 100K on it.

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    4,000 rpm - entering the fun zone Gene Rodriguez's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mmmotorsport View Post
    So your "after" photo has the Sebring engine management system added getting a single from the CAS correct? Get an A/F ratio gauge to insure you are running rich under boost. You can pull the signal from the ECU. I cannot remember the terminal number, but its the one for the oxygen sensor... I also added a water injection system that really helps keep temps under control. I never change the fuel injectors yet because my A/F gauge did not indicate I needed to. i suspect they are under pretty high duty cycle. I do not see an auxiliary fuel pressure regulator in your photo. You need one of those. I can send you my install instructions when I bought mine new if you want. Mine was a prototype for Sebring before they sold it to Jackson--so its pretty old--but has over 100K on it.
    i actually do have a regulator, mine is a rising rate fuel pressure regulator. and as for af gauge i have one standalone so that it can read fromall 4 cylinders, the one on my jackson racing header was only reading off of cylinder 1 and 4.

    under load it goes from 14 to 13 and down to 12 afrs car runs solid my only want now is either an intercooler or as you stated a water injection system.

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    4,000 rpm - entering the fun zone Gene Rodriguez's Avatar
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    Great come up I must say from my local pick a part




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    Wait. We have a local pick a part with Miata's??

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    4,000 rpm - entering the fun zone Gene Rodriguez's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldgrayleather View Post
    Wait. We have a local pick a part with Miata's??
    aha yes we do its rare very rare

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    When I lived in Socal, there were people I knew who received info when Miatas made it to the yards around LB. Had to move quick if there was something specific you wanted because they get stripped pretty fast, but I pulled a 4.1 Torsen, driveshaft, axles, and uprights for ~$250 that way.

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    Was able to find a cobalt rear strut brace out of the blue.

    I have a knack for little random bling like this that may possibly not even help with rigidity, but hey it looks pretty aha

    Had to sacrifice the spare tire but that thing doesn’t even fit anyway because of my big brake kit.

    Overall love the look of it and hope it can add some added rigidity








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    Guess who’s back from the body shop


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