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    3,000 rpm - starting to feel the power BRGNA8's Avatar
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    ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
    - Advanced Cam Timing +14 Degrees
    - ARC Induction Box
    - ARC Intake Chamber
    - ARC Panel Air Filter
    - Beatrush Radiator Cooling Panel
    - Carbon Miata Black Silicone Cooling Hoses
    - Gates Racing Performance Timing Belt
    - Koyorad 36mm Hyper-V Core Aluminium Radiator
    - Mazdaspeed Ignition Leads
    - Mazdaspeed Oil Cap
    - Mazdaspeed 1.3 Bar Radiator Cap
    - NGK Iridium Spark Plugs


    SUSPENSION & HANDLING
    - GarageStar Delrin Door Mounts
    - Mazdaspeed Front Strut Brace


    WHEELS, BRAKES & TYRES
    - Goodridge SS Braided Brake Lines
    - Goodridge SS Braided Clutch Line
    - Pirelli Cinturato P1 (185/60/R14)
    - RS-Watanabe Type-A (14x6.5 +9.5 Final Offset)
    - RS-Watanabe Centre Caps
    - RS-Watanabe Lug Nuts
    - RS-Watanabe Valve Stem Caps


    EXTERIOR
    - B1 Hybrid Polarg Parkers and Tail Lamp Bulbs
    - Bosch Aerotwin Wiper Blades
    - Front Number Plate Mounting Bracket
    - KG Works Chrome Washer Nozzles
    - Nielex Fuse Box Sticker
    - NoPro Washer Bottle Relocation
    - Philips 4300K Crystal Vision Headlamp Bulbs
    - Raybrig Crystal Reflector Headlamps
    - Runabout M2 Mirrors
    - ZOOM Engineering Retro Fuel Lid
    - ZOOM Engineering Eunos Lotus Emblem
    - ZOOM Engineering Amber Side Indicators


    INTERIOR
    - Arrive Mahogany Wood Handbrake Handle
    - Carbing DASH Foot Rest Pedal
    - HKB Boss Kit
    - J-F Customs Tan Leather Gearshift Boot
    - J-F Customs Tan Leather Handbrake Boot
    - JASS Performance Sun Visor Plugs
    - JDM Eunos Sunglass Holder
    - JDM Eunos Chrome Door Sills
    - Joyfast Chrome Gear Knob (Super Short)
    - Joyfast Chrome Handbrake Button
    - MiataRoadster Short Shifter
    - Nardi Classico 360mm Wood Steering Wheel
    - RevLimiter Gloss Black Vent Rings
    - RevLimiter "Type MX-5" BRG Door Sill Inserts
    - RS Products Classic Retro Cluster
    - RS Products Classic Retro Switch
    - Vintage Mazda Chrome Cigarette Lighter


    MAINTENANCE/OEM REPLACEMENT/MISC
    - Carbon Canister Delete
    - Reconditioned Wiper Arms
    - OEM Camshaft/Crankshaft Seals Replacement
    - OEM External Tensioner Belt/Idler Bearings Replacement
    - OEM PCV Valve Replacement
    - OEM Rocker Cover Gasket Replacement
    - OEM Rubber Pedal Replacement
    - OEM Shifter Insulation Replacement
    - OEM Thermostat Replacement
    - OEM Third Brake Light Gasket Replacement
    - OEM Waterpump Replacement


    06/05/2016

    RS-Watanabe Type-A + Pirelli Cinturato P1
    Finally got to fit the refurbed RS-Watanabe's today! Feels like it's been an eternity but actually, it's been exactly three months since I took delivery of the wheels (06/02/2016). Since picking them up, they've been stripped back, gutter rash welded, repolished and the centres painted gold. They are now sporting a set of Pirelli Cinturato P1 tyres (185/60/R14). These tyres are virtually brand new and were on a friends NA6. He is going to sell the NA6 so I asked if he could swap tyres with what I currently had on my OEMs, which were the Bridgestone Ecopias (pretty average tyre). He agreed so we met up today to do the swap.

    The RS-Watanabe's needed a spacer to clear the NA8 brake calipers. I had a set of four 5mm spacers that I brought with me. The rears didn't need them but I thought meh, what the hey. Final offset for front and back is now +9.5 offset. I forgot to bring the RS-Watanabe lug nuts to the shop and the stock lug nuts don't quite fit. I told them not to rattle gun it down but just tighten it the best they could without scratching the paint. However, once I got home I immediately replaced them with the proper lug nuts and torqued them down to 85 ft-lbs. Finally, the piθce de rιsistance with the RS-Watanabe valve stem and centre caps.

    Only thing that's missing now to complete the look is a drop from coilovers. It is currently 4WD spec at the moment!

    At the tyre shop with the RS-Watanabe's fitted!



    Back at home with the RS-Watanabe lug nuts, centre caps and valve stem caps fitted.



    My two cars. MK6 Golf R daily on the left, BRG MX-5 Miata weekender on the right.



    Next to be installed :
    - Ohlins DFV Coilovers
    - JDM Eunos Fog Lights
    - BeatRush Rear Strut Bar
    - RacingBeat Sway Bar End Links
    - GarageStar Lightweight Alternator + Water Pump Pulleys
    Last edited by BRGNA8; 07-08-2017 at 12:11 AM.

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    6,000 rpm - mere mortals would shift HarryB's Avatar
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    Looks great, offset is perfect! Just needs a tad more lowering when installing the Ohlins, maybe less than 3/4". Slammed would not work, plus I love functional builds. Keep up the great work Steve!

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    3,000 rpm - starting to feel the power BRGNA8's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by HarryB View Post
    Looks great, offset is perfect! Just needs a tad more lowering when installing the Ohlins, maybe less than 3/4". Slammed would not work, plus I love functional builds. Keep up the great work Steve!
    Thanks Harry! Yes, it will need a touch more lowering but it will not be slammed. This is a car for the twisties which gets driven, not a show queen

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    5,000 rpm - there be torque here! Greasemonkey2000's Avatar
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    Really looks fantastic with the Watanabe's fitted, Steve, congrats! Look forward to seeing it lowered.
    '01 NB2 aka MisF1re: http://mazdaroadster.net/showthread....218#post207218
    '97 M aka Warbird, gone but not forgotten: http://mazdaroadster.net/showthread....B&goto=newpost
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    6,000 rpm - mere mortals would shift JamieH's Avatar
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    OMG, that is beautiful.

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    3,000 rpm - starting to feel the power BRGNA8's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greasemonkey2000 View Post
    Really looks fantastic with the Watanabe's fitted, Steve, congrats! Look forward to seeing it lowered.
    Quote Originally Posted by JamieH View Post
    OMG, that is beautiful.
    Thanks guys!

    Ohlins DFV to be installed this Tuesday! Can't wait!

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    Idling - Listen to it purr... mosburger's Avatar
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    wow, all thats left is an r-package front lip

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    ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
    - Advanced Cam Timing +14 Degrees
    - ARC Induction Box
    - ARC Panel Air Filter
    - Beatrush Radiator Cooling Panel
    - Carbon Miata Black Silicone Cooling Hoses
    - Gates Racing Performance Timing Belt
    - Koyorad 36mm Hyper-V Core Aluminium Radiator
    - Mazdaspeed Ignition Leads
    - Mazdaspeed Oil Cap
    - Mazdaspeed 1.3 Bar Radiator Cap
    - MiataRoadster Short Shifter
    - NGK Iridium Spark Plugs
    - ARRIVE Intake Pipe


    SUSPENSION & HANDLING
    - GarageStar Delrin Door Mounts
    - Mazdaspeed Front Strut Brace
    - Ohlins DFV Coilovers


    WHEELS, BRAKES & TYRES
    - Goodridge SS Braided Brake Lines
    - Goodridge SS Braided Clutch Line
    - Pirelli Cinturato P1 (185/60/R14)
    - RS-Watanabe Type-A (14x6.5 +9.5 Final Offset)
    - RS-Watanabe Centre Caps
    - RS-Watanabe Lug Nuts
    - RS-Watanabe Valve Stem Caps


    EXTERIOR
    - B1 Hybrid Polarg Parkers and Tail Lamp Bulbs
    - Bosch Aerotwin Wiper Blades
    - Front Number Plate Mounting Bracket
    - KG Works Chrome Washer Nozzles
    - Nielex Fuse Box Sticker
    - NoPro Washer Bottle Relocation
    - Philips 4300K Crystal Vision Headlamp Bulbs
    - Raybrig Crystal Reflector Headlamps
    - Runabout M2 Mirrors
    - ZOOM Engineering Retro Fuel Lid
    - ZOOM Engineering Eunos Lotus Emblem
    - ZOOM Engineering Amber Side Indicators


    INTERIOR
    - Arrive Mahogany Wood Handbrake Handle
    - Carbing DASH Foot Rest Pedal
    - HKB Boss Kit
    - J-F Customs Tan Leather Gearshift Boot
    - J-F Customs Tan Leather Handbrake Boot
    - JASS Performance Sun Visor Plugs
    - JDM Eunos Sunglass Holder
    - JDM Eunos Chrome Door Sills
    - Joyfast Chrome Gear Knob (Super Short)
    - Joyfast Chrome Handbrake Button
    - Nardi Classico 360mm Wood Steering Wheel
    - RevLimiter Gloss Black Vent Rings
    - RevLimiter "Type MX-5" BRG Door Sill Inserts
    - RS Products Classic Retro Cluster
    - RS Products Classic Retro Switch
    - Vintage Mazda Chrome Cigarette Lighter


    MAINTENANCE/OEM REPLACEMENT/MISC
    - Carbon Canister Delete
    - Reconditioned Wiper Arms
    - OEM Camshaft/Crankshaft Seals Replacement
    - OEM External Tensioner Belt/Idler Bearings Replacement
    - OEM PCV Valve Replacement
    - OEM Rocker Cover Gasket Replacement
    - OEM Rubber Pedal Replacement
    - OEM Shifter Insulation Replacement
    - OEM Thermostat Replacement
    - OEM Third Brake Light Gasket Replacement
    - OEM Waterpump Replacement


    10/05/2016

    ARRIVE Intake Pipe
    Decided to get the ARRIVE Intake Pipe to replace the ARC Intake Chamber I had. As much as I would have liked to have kept the chamber, it was simply too big and although I loved the look of it in the engine bay, I think the ARRIVE Intake Pipe makes it look a bit cleaner. I kept the green silicone hoses from the ARC chamber because I like the green and gold theme I have going on at the moment.

    Before :



    After :



    The plan is also have the rocker cover and intake manifold polished.


    Ohlins DFV Coilovers
    My friend who had these Ohlins DFV Coilovers since last year December rarely drove his NA after installing them so the mileage on them were less than 500kms. Since he was selling his NA6 (recently purchased an AP1 S2000), I asked him if he wanted to sell his Ohlins to me. He agreed but wanted my OEM shocks and springs with cash on top since the car never came with OEM suspension when he purchased it (had some no-name aftermarket coilovers when he purchased the NA6). It was a no brainer and agreed to swap!

    NA6 and NA8 in the workshop ready for the suspension swap.



    Ohlins goodness.





    Ohlins + Eibach Springs.



    Before :



    After :



    Driving Impressions :
    Saying that the car now feels amazing is an understatement! It's completely transformed the driving experience for me. I have yet to really drive this thing properly through some twisties but it corners flat and the ride is still very compliant. It still absorbs bumps very nicely and to be honest, it feels more comfortable than the stock suspension. I'm not even sure if sway bars would be necessary but I have the option to put them in if I ever felt like it. I need to receive my RacingBeat Sway Bar End Links soon so I can adjust the sway bar preload. Will be taking it on a Sunday Morning Drive this coming Sunday so will report back after that.

    Might lower it a touch more, perhaps 10mm or so. I'm still very happy with how its sitting as well. It should settle in over the next few days.

    Next to be installed :
    - JDM Eunos Fog Lights
    - BeatRush Rear Strut Bar
    - RacingBeat Sway Bar End Links
    - GarageStar Lightweight Alternator + Water Pump Pulleys
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    Yet another great update from down under! I'm quite jealous to be honest. Car looks amazing at this height, please keep it like this! I assume you also did a proper alignment job after the Ohlins install, right?

    Also, pretty interesting population in that workshop! ;)

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    3,000 rpm - starting to feel the power BRGNA8's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by HarryB View Post
    Yet another great update from down under! I'm quite jealous to be honest. Car looks amazing at this height, please keep it like this! I assume you also did a proper alignment job after the Ohlins install, right?

    Also, pretty interesting population in that workshop! ;)
    Cheers Harry for the kind words! I still want to lower it another 10mm. It looks great as is, I agree...but I think it could do with just lowering it just a little bit ever so slightly!

    Regarding alignment, it's been booked in for later this week. Couldn't do it today as all the shops had closed by the time it was finished. Will be doing proper camber/caster/toe alignment for front and rear using the Flyin' Miata specs.

    The workshop was my friends friend. I don't know him and it was my first time here but yes, it was interesting. Two S2000s, one extremely low mileage Evo 8 MR in absolute mint condition, and the owners Megane RS265 Trophy.

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    6,000 rpm - mere mortals would shift HarryB's Avatar
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    A proper alignment is maybe the best money ever spent on the car, trust me. Choose a decent shop (if they know Miatas, even better) and ask them to align the car with you (or a dead weight) on the car, as angles are being affected by this. Well if you do spirited driving with your other half, take her also with you! A decent shop would be able to slightly tweak the initial numbers from FM to your exact taste. You will be amazed how much balance and overall feel can be affected by simply messing around with what you already have!

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    3,000 rpm - starting to feel the power BRGNA8's Avatar
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    Managed to get the wheels balanced and aligned today. Popped in to see Fulvio at Spinning Wheels and Tyres. These guys and another (Heasmans Steering and Suspension) are the only two shops I go to for my suspension and wheel alignment needs. These guys do all sorts of work and usually a lot of high end exotics and race cars come here. If it's good for them, then it's good for my little MX5. They're normally super busy especially on the weekends but managed to catch them on a quiet day so was pretty happy.

    JAX Spinning Wheels & Tyres.



    Wheels getting aligned.





    Final alignment specs were :

    FRONT
    Caster : +5.0 Degrees
    Camber : -1.25 Degrees
    Toe In : +0.5mm Each Side

    REAR
    Camber : -1.65 Degrees
    Toe In : +0.5mm Each Side

    Result :



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    3,000 rpm - starting to feel the power BRGNA8's Avatar
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    Received this from GarageStar today.

    NA8 Water Pump and Alternator Pulley. Version 3.



    Car is due for its 10,000km service in the next 4,000kms so will be installing it then along with :

    - JDM Eunos Fog Lights
    - Mazdaspeed Engine Mount
    - Mazdaspeed Suspension Bushes
    - RacingBeat Sway Bar End Links
    - Exedy Clutch
    - Toda Lightened Flywheel
    - Torsen 4.1 Diff
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    6,000 rpm - mere mortals would shift HarryB's Avatar
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    MOAR quality parts, me gusta! Seriously, there must not be a single update on this build without me feeling jealous! ;)

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    3,000 rpm - starting to feel the power BRGNA8's Avatar
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    ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
    - Advanced Cam Timing +14 Degrees
    - ARC Induction Box
    - ARC Panel Air Filter
    - ARRIVE Intake Pipe
    - Beatrush Radiator Cooling Panel
    - Carbon Miata Black Silicone Cooling Hoses
    - Gates Racing Performance Timing Belt
    - Koyorad 36mm Hyper-V Core Aluminium Radiator
    - Mazdaspeed Ignition Leads
    - Mazdaspeed Oil Cap
    - Mazdaspeed 1.3 Bar Radiator Cap
    - MiataRoadster Short Shifter
    - NGK Iridium Spark Plugs


    SUSPENSION & HANDLING
    - GarageStar Delrin Door Mounts
    - Mazdaspeed Front Strut Brace
    - Ohlins DFV Coilovers
    - Beatrush Rear Strut Brace


    WHEELS, BRAKES & TYRES
    - Goodridge SS Braided Brake Lines
    - Goodridge SS Braided Clutch Line
    - Pirelli Cinturato P1 Tyres (185/60/R14)
    - RS-Watanabe Type-A (14x6.5 +9.5 Final Offset)
    - RS-Watanabe Centre Caps
    - RS-Watanabe Lug Nuts
    - RS-Watanabe Valve Stem Caps


    EXTERIOR
    - B1 Hybrid Polarg Parkers and Tail Lamp Bulbs
    - Bosch Aerotwin Wiper Blades
    - Front Number Plate Mounting Bracket
    - KG Works Chrome Washer Nozzles
    - Nielex Fuse Box Sticker
    - NoPro Washer Bottle Relocation
    - Philips 4300K Crystal Vision Headlamp Bulbs
    - Raybrig Crystal Reflector Headlamps
    - Runabout M2 Mirrors
    - ZOOM Engineering Retro Fuel Lid
    - ZOOM Engineering Eunos Lotus Emblem
    - ZOOM Engineering Amber Side Indicators


    INTERIOR
    - Arrive Mahogany Wood Handbrake Handle
    - Carbing DASH Foot Rest Pedal
    - HKB Boss Kit
    - J-F Customs Tan Leather Gearshift Boot
    - J-F Customs Tan Leather Handbrake Boot
    - JASS Performance Sun Visor Plugs
    - JDM Eunos Sunglass Holder
    - JDM Eunos Chrome Door Sills
    - Joyfast Chrome Gear Knob (Super Short)
    - Joyfast Chrome Handbrake Button
    - Nardi Classico 360mm Wood Steering Wheel
    - RevLimiter Gloss Black Vent Rings
    - RevLimiter "Type MX-5" BRG Door Sill Inserts
    - RS Products Classic Retro Cluster
    - RS Products Classic Retro Switch
    - Vintage Mazda Chrome Cigarette Lighter


    MAINTENANCE/OEM REPLACEMENT/MISC
    - Carbon Canister Delete
    - Reconditioned Wiper Arms
    - OEM Camshaft/Crankshaft Seals Replacement
    - OEM External Tensioner Belt/Idler Bearings Replacement
    - OEM PCV Valve Replacement
    - OEM Rocker Cover Gasket Replacement
    - OEM Rubber Pedal Replacement
    - OEM Shifter Insulation Replacement
    - OEM Thermostat Replacement
    - OEM Third Brake Light Gasket Replacement
    - OEM Waterpump Replacement


    17/05/2016

    Beatrush Rear Strut Brace
    Had the strut bar sitting in my room staring at me, begging to be installed. So I decided to do just that. The reason why I put it off was because I had heard it can be a real PITA to install but honestly, it wasn't too bad. Getting the strut to fit without removing the fuel lines was a challenge but managed to do so in the end.

    I was too busy trying to tetris the bar in that I forgot to take before photos. But here are some photos after it was installed.



    Beatrush goodness.



    Floor carpet installed and spare wheel holder extension.



    Complete.



    The only thing is that the metal shroud that covered the fuel lines now fouls against the rear strut bar which means in its current form I can't install it. I plan to make it fit again along with the carpet by cutting away at the bit which fouls against the bar and maybe give it a lick of satin black paint while I'm at it. Also, it'll be a little hard to adjust damper settings now that the bar is in, but it's not impossible.

    Overall, pretty happy. Can't wait to get the frame rails in next!
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