MIATA ENGINE BUILT BY STEWART RACING ENGINES

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MIATA ENGINE BUILT BY STEWART RACING ENGINES

Postby MagMan » Sat Dec 25, 2010 9:41 am

1999 Engine, built by Stewart Racing Engines; Baseline flow bench testing, Jet Clean Block, Zyglow block, surface block, hone with torque plate, align hone mains, pressure test block, bore block .40 over, race prep, final wash, measure bearing clearances, file fit rings, assemble short block, record all measurements, stretch rod bolts. Full competition head port and polish, weld/reshape and polish combustion chambers, cc chambers, 1mm larger intake and exhaust valves, deshroud valves, performance valve job, MazdaSpeed intake cam, Fidanza adjustable exhaust cam gear, Ferrea valve train kit, .40 over custom spec’ed 10:1 compression Weisco pistons, pin fit bushings, pin fit pistons, Carillo H beam rods, size rod big ends, balance rods and pistons, polish and balance crankshaft, ARP studs, OEM ported and polished intake manifold, port and polish connector and flange port match to Accufab polished 65mm throttle body and block intake, RC 550cc fuel injectors, M-Tuned fuel rail, final flow bench test, final engine balance with clutch/flywheel, Stewart Engines tricks of the trade.

Cost: $10,232.39
Price: $7,500.00 plus shipping or best offer
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Re: MIATA ENGINE BUILT BY STEWART RACING ENGINES

Postby Brian » Sat Dec 25, 2010 2:24 pm

Gorgeous!

Lots of great info! A few points that potential buyers will want to know include: Reason for selling? Motor not run in yet, has been run in? Has been run half a season with 10 pounds of boost? How many hours on it? Built it for a particular class?
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Re: MIATA ENGINE BUILT BY STEWART RACING ENGINES

Postby MagMan » Sat Dec 25, 2010 9:51 pm

Thanks Brian.

Motor not run in yet. Not built for an particular class, I just had it built to be a strong engine that could take a lot of boost. Jim Stewart recommended the .040 overbore to give him a little more room to work on the head and also recommended the 10:1 compression ratio for faster boost, the high quality internals can take it!
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