Why does MOTOEAST Mike have that very satisfied looking smile?
Because Mike just tuned the MOST Powerful 2.0 MP62 Supercharged Miata in the world...308 HORSEPOWER at the wheels!
We have seen peaky Rotrex 2.0 installs on E85 hit similar peaks but not with over 260 ft/lbs of torque like this beast makes! Notice it starts and finishes 210 ft/lbs of torque strong and is north of 250 ft/lbs of torque from 3000 through 6000 rpms. Still on the 5 speed transmission so we are packing a spare 6 speed figuring we might crush the trans pretty quick this weekend at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.
Most amazing that this is the FIRST NC MP62 install from 2007. Cosworth officials personally drove us the very first kit that year and we have been beating the snot out of it for 8 years! So this blower is far from tight and fresh at this point and it's a serious testament to the durability and reliability and ultimate expansion potential of [url="http://www.good-win-racing.com/Mazda-Performance-Part/61-0214ME.html"]our kit (link for kit details)[/url] that after eight years it can do over 300 at the wheels! Note this is still our standard 1.6 inch Max Power Header, not our 1.8 prototype we are still working on.
Previously did 262 HP at the wheels on pump gas and decided to make the switch to E85 to see what it could do on Corn and an updated tune from Mike of MotoEast. Added Mike's Big diameter intake, upgraded to thicker heat exchanger. This car using our [url="http://www.good-win-racing.com/Mazda-Performance-Part/61-0080Ceramic.html"]RoadsterSport Max Power Combo exhaust[/url]...still our original 1.6 inch primary version. This is the best chart I have ever seen for this MP62 blower on the 2 liter motor and Mike did it with over 80F temps in the dyno room today and without maxing the timing. Mike figured from his experience that a few more degrees and the car could hit 325hp at the wheels.... but we are rushing out the door to Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca for fun this weekend and 300 is 'enough' for fun this weekend.