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I've sent that on to some of my ricer friends, it should kill them!
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I sent this over to my motorhead buddies, one has a 302 330hp (Flywheel) Miata...
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Mojave954 : I sent this over to my motorhead buddies, one has a 302 330hp (Flywheel) Miata...
I bet he 'surprises' a lot of folks with that setup.

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Those are getting to be amazingly common...




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Not to thread jack or anything but there was a company that put out 302 Miatas call the Monster Miata and even turbo charged (might have been super charged) 302 Miata call the Mega Monster Miata. Very nice little cars that could really scoot.

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They need to add 'Nitrous valve was off' on there and it would be perfect.....
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Yeah he got his kit from mega. originally it was the turbo model. man has put in some serious work that is for sure.
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Serial Thriller : Quote (Mojave954 @ Aug. 04 2003, 7:35am)I sent this over to my motorhead buddies, one has a 302 330hp (Flywheel) Miata...
I bet he 'surprises' a lot of folks with that setup.
For us Non Americans, How small is a miata?
anyone have a pic

I have a mate that has a 302 windsor in his 76 model corolla, almost looks stock and it has run 11.9 with a very mild motor.

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Well the size and weight are about the same as the corolla. Lil' two seater. check out mazda.com for a pic.

http://www.highwayone.com/Classifieds/Mazda/01aaai.html

Here is one done!
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Roughly the size of a BMW Z3. In fact the current body style Miatas have lines somewhat similar to the S2000, albeit noticeably smaller than the S2000 and unless a Monster or Mega Monster at a severe performance disadvantage.

Nice link Mojave. That is her

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Re: new Autometer gauge

It's the MX-5. Over here they were initially called the MX-5 Miata, but now just goes by Miata.
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