SUPERCHARGED NC Racer Project!

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SUPERCHARGED NC Racer Project!

Postby Brian » Tue Oct 30, 2007 4:08 pm

This is certainly the big news for NC Miata owners.... First, please don't email me ANY questions because EVERYTHING I currently know is posted here. I have many more photos which I can post when back in the shop. Complete bolt on custom cast aluminum manifold 62 cubic inch Eaton blower kit with integrated water/air intercooler (laminova style) and engine management system. Boost will be conservative 5 or 6 pounds and expected horsepower is around 225 and expected on sale date is late February 2008...and they indicated a plan to CARB it too. Yes, we will be a dealer...and they may be using our NC early in the new year for first "finished" kit installation!! Projected retail (and this may slip....) is $4999 which is a bargain given the incredible integration of this unit which looks very factory with its custom intake manifold. Looks like I may be back to SM2 class for autocross next season!

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Postby beagleracing » Tue Oct 30, 2007 6:22 pm

Brian, get me the hookup! i need to get back into SM2 again.
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Postby toddwcarpenter » Wed Oct 31, 2007 2:26 am

Ha! I have a question anyway. Is that the MAF that's sticking out of the intake manifold? I'm taking about that black do-dad on the runner between the IC and the head. It doesn't make sense why it would be there.
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Postby Titus » Wed Oct 31, 2007 6:44 am

Looks like the have also added a CNC Ported Big Valve Cylinder Head for the MZRs to their price list as well. The NC is becoming a more compelling platform every day!
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Postby Brian » Wed Oct 31, 2007 10:04 am

toddwcarpenter wrote:Ha! I have a question anyway. Is that the MAF that's sticking out of the intake manifold? I'm taking about that black do-dad on the runner between the IC and the head. It doesn't make sense why it would be there.


Yes, that's the MAF sensor...my guess is that they put it there to avoid a flow error code.
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Postby Brian » Wed Oct 31, 2007 10:04 am

More pics!

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Postby Brian » Wed Oct 31, 2007 10:11 am

Titus wrote:Looks like the have also added a CNC Ported Big Valve Cylinder Head for the MZRs to their price list as well. The NC is becoming a more compelling platform every day!


They also indicated a number of normally aspirated mods in the works for the Miata NC motor in particular including cams soon.... And down the road "perhaps" forged pistons and rods....and "maybe" even a 2.3 stroke kit.
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Postby Craig Wagner » Wed Oct 31, 2007 2:16 pm

Based on what you saw at the show, does this seem like something that someone who knows which direction to turn a wrench, and not much more than that, could install? Or would it be better to seek professional help? When an intercooler is involved it always makes me a little nervous.
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Postby Brian » Wed Oct 31, 2007 2:20 pm

No way to know at this time...will have to see or do the install to know for sure but I didn't see anything especially complicated....all bolt on.
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Postby pdxa4 » Wed Oct 31, 2007 10:09 pm

Awesome...CARB approval please...
06 Sunlight Silver NC, Sport with package thus LSD.
H&R coilovers, Goodwin RACE exhaust, several other mods.
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