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Re: New Good-Win Racing Project ND RF!

Postby NathanD277 » Fri Nov 17, 2017 2:01 pm

Wow! The stock intake really is impressive.
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Re: New Good-Win Racing Project ND RF!

Postby Brian » Fri Nov 17, 2017 2:30 pm

Meanwhile...another Edelbrock kit installed here, who is next?
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Re: New Good-Win Racing Project ND RF!

Postby Brian » Fri Jan 05, 2018 5:39 pm

Afternoon FUN Romp into the local mountains in our Supercharged RF.

We have been using the Edelbrock Supercharger in this project without any upgrades in cooling and that has proven no issue for my wife's street driving and several road trips, even in the heat of our late Indian Summers here up local pass using aggressive throttle and with ambient OVER 95 F. But... got two motorsports journalists coming in 2 weeks and they are planning some hill climb fun so we figured time for some insurance, so we installed the used Mishimoto Oil cooler that proved not enough for full race use in our Turbo ND. As we did with the install in the turbo, we flip the unit here so it drains, install per the Mishimoto instructions is the other way around which keeps dip stick accurate. That makes our car now a 5 quart fill. Added temporary oil temp gauge and ran it hard as possible in climb from sea level to over 6000 feet yesterday on lonely stretch of open curvy high desert to mountain peak road. Ambient was 80F at the starting point. Happy to report only issue was that I smoked the brakes, this project now fast enough it could use a little more brakes and will cure that soon, oil temp nice and stable around 210, plus or minus 5....and we still have stock coolant radiator in this project.
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Re: New Good-Win Racing Project ND RF!

Postby Brian » Thu Jan 18, 2018 5:28 pm

After smoking the brakes on last mountain blast we decided to go with our Wilwood 12.1 Big Brakes for this car, it's NOT a track car so we figured our big 12.88 kit would be overkill and the 12.19 kit 'just right' for fun we have planned with this project.

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Re: New Good-Win Racing Project ND RF!

Postby Brian » Thu Jan 18, 2018 9:26 pm

Carbon Miata Grille with Halo Lights Going IN...

The added black arrow is to point out we used some vinyl wrap to make the bumper bar matte black so it 'vanishes' behind the new grille.
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Re: New Good-Win Racing Project ND RF!

Postby Brian » Fri Jan 19, 2018 12:38 pm

Love it...
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Re: New Good-Win Racing Project ND RF!

Postby Brian » Fri Jan 19, 2018 12:46 pm

Another
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Re: New Good-Win Racing Project ND RF!

Postby Brian » Sat Jan 20, 2018 9:14 am

With the added SPEED of this project we finally found the limit of the stock brakes as noted earlier, fried them in a fun supercharged blast up and down Mount Palomar. This project doesn't need our 12.88 track brakes, but did more than stock, so we compromised on our VERY price effective Wilwood 12.19 kit.
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Re: New Good-Win Racing Project ND RF!

Postby Brian » Tue Jan 23, 2018 6:12 am

Shot from backroads romp with Grassroots MotorSports Magazine!
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Re: New Good-Win Racing Project ND RF!

Postby Brian » Tue Jan 30, 2018 3:20 pm

Request for picture of this switch location for Spyder Grille lights.
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Re: New Good-Win Racing Project ND RF!

Postby Brian » Sat Feb 10, 2018 10:42 am

Supercharged Road Trip in the Good-Win Racing RF! What ND Motoring Fun are YOU having this weekend?
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Re: New Good-Win Racing Project ND RF!

Postby Brian » Mon Feb 12, 2018 3:09 pm

Back from 3 day road trip in the SUPERCHARGED RF.

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Over 1000 miles of back road blastin, so much fun! Did some hiking in the San Jacinto mountains with friends, had a great weekend.

Realized the best thing about the supercharger on a trip filled with back country roads.....is PASSING power. You want to get around that slow moving RV and you don't want to be straining to do it while also going up a steep grade. The supercharger was my hero time and time again, kept me from getting stuck behind any slow moving traffic, passes are now an easy flick of the pedal....love it. The goal of this project was wife's daily driver AND high speed GT, weekend get away toy,....and it's filling that niche nicely.
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Re: New Good-Win Racing Project ND RF!

Postby njaremka » Tue Feb 13, 2018 6:20 am

Aww, you guys are cute :D

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Re: New Good-Win Racing Project ND RF!

Postby Brian » Wed Feb 21, 2018 7:17 am

Yesterday drove the official 'Mx-5 ND V3' updated tune from Edelbrock...and the ONLY CARB LEGAL boost kit for ND Miata just got better!

Super smooth, including when using cruise control. All current owners of Edelbrock's CARB tune should go to the Edelbrock site and get their updates.

This is what I think most customers want in a 200 hp Miata...now feels far BETTER than many factory boosted cars (talking about you Subaru WRX).
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Re: New Good-Win Racing Project ND RF!

Postby Brian » Wed Feb 21, 2018 6:03 pm

CARB STICKERS!

The CARB LEGAL ND Boost Kit Now Has the Stickers to Prove It.

Got them today, sending immediately to existing customers, shipping new kits daily with CARB stickers daily!
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