Anyone can use any of the information I post as I hope to use what I read here as well.
Thanks for all your input guys, it is appreciated
Your right about the rust, I read where it can increase when using wrap. However, I do not plan on driving in the rain and the car will be kept in the garage when not in use.
If I do get caught in the rain, hopefully I will have a top to put up and the heat from the exhaust will dry any mositure on the pipe.
You see, I am building this car for fun. I don't plan on racing it, just to cruise around but I do want better throttle response and the increase in horsepower that cold air intake alone will give.
When I post my next picture, you'll see how I have the intake setup.
My motorcycles arn't getting any lighter and I'm not getting any younger. My wife and I can both drive this, we won't have to wear helments and can sit side by side as it should be in a good relationship. After all, we've been married for over 36 years and still get along great.
I wonder if Mills would give a senior citizens discount on the kit?
It is from the mx5 tunnel were the gear shifter comes up..It is to seal out water, heat and noise..Seals shifter to body.. I would put it on the bottom of the tunnel as a seal and a nice boot on top..
HELP ME 2 HELP YOU - please complete your Personal information: go to Menu>Profile>EditProfile>Personal>Signature> enter country code (UK,USA,etc.) your MEV, your donor's year and engine size (then click Save) This leads to faster trouble shooting!
As you all know by now. I sent a email the first week of December to put down the deposit on the kit only to find out it had been discontinued. If anyone is interested, I posted my donor for sale under the for sale section. If anyone is interested, please let me know
Thanks for looking and your help during the last year
I looked around at a lot of different kits that would accept the Miata donor. I went to the kit car show in Carlisle, PA just last month. After doing all this research, I just never found anything that compared to the MEVSTER when it comes to style, price and ease of build.
My son wants to go half on a muscle car, so maybe that will be my next project