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    So glad I came here today. There's a Kanspo hardtop on YJA atm, listed as an unknown hardtop https://page.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp...on/m1041527413 so I searched pitcrew here as I knew madaboutmx5s had one.
    Found your new Pitcrew car. Wow! Always loved your interior style, remind me of Pagani's with all the different polished surfaces.
    The Rocketeer swap I think is the best swap of all. Nice weight/power balance. Watched a few reviews on it, here's one https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c62Q...index=71&t=36s
    Your swap looks the cleanest I have ever seen.
    Also, I much prefer the tone of the StMay exhaust over the PitCrew, PitCrew is droney in comparison.

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    3,000 rpm - starting to feel the power Cermivelli's Avatar
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    So the slow build continues.
    Mx5 miata by Patrick Stam, on Flickr

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    3,000 rpm - starting to feel the power Cermivelli's Avatar
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    More progress
    We couldn't get the front fitment right. After some research we decided to get the upper and lower front arms from destroy of die. Mx5 miata by Patrick Stam, on Flickr

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    paired with some powerflex bushes and installed.
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    Had some Subaru brakes but for now they don't seem to fit the Panasports.
    Mx5 miata by Patrick Stam, on Flickr

    Mx5 miata by Patrick Stam, on Flickr

    Since the base of this car was an empty shell that had been sitting in a yard the original tank had rusted out. We decided to put in a racetank.
    Mx5 miata by Patrick Stam, on Flickr

    Alsof time to finally put the polished Harddog inMx5 miata by Patrick Stam, on Flickr

    it fits!
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    Some new sheet metal.
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