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Winter Upgrades???

Post  Joe on Sat Jan 02, 2010 6:40 pm

Happy New Year!!!

Anyone have a winter upgrade to talk about???

April test & tune is just 3 months away....
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Post  Bruiser on Sun Jan 03, 2010 10:57 am

No upgrades just finally got bruiser running well again. Still have a problem with the check engine light but figure it has something to do with the ecu since no matter what I change it comes back after about 80 cycles. See you all soon.

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Post  Bill B. on Mon Jan 04, 2010 12:48 pm

Good news about Bruiser

Cupcake just got some new control arm bushings this past weekend.

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Post  bendoubleu on Mon Jan 18, 2010 11:53 am

For the new and improved 1991 STS car- Currently tackling a backyard Bilstein revalve. Next is the coil-overs and bushings. Then i gotta put the engine, trans, diff and brakes back in hahaha.

The "Eddie Bauer Edition" 1991 sits collecting dust as it wait for my lazy ass to put the turbo engine back together (not a priority).

Also came across a 1999 miata for sale the other day. The price was right so in my yard it sits.

The daily driven 1990 snow beast/beater miata is rotting pretty rapidly after about 10k miles of strictly snow driving... My advice to anyone who is looking to improve car control skills.... Get in your miata and drive it in the crappiest conditions, you will learn quickly how to drive at the limit - at 20 mph. Or if you think your miata is too nice, and you have no shame, buy my winterized 1990, its now for sale.

I'll see you all when it melts.

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