Insanely built 1991 Turbo Mazda Miata Clean, Adult Built and Driven, Reliable Car for Daily Driver or Weekend Autocross/Track/Drift Almost $30k invested -- Nothing Overlooked, Have Receipts Approximately 275-300 HP at full boost (as verified by Data Log Lab), completely tunable 106,900mi on chassis Only 7,000mi on engine and turbo Recently passed NYS inspection Clean title in hand, car is registered and ready to sell MANY extras when picked up, just ask
Engine: - Imported Mazda B6 1.6L DOHC - Professionally Dipped, Magnafluxed, and Decked Before Rebuild - Bored and Stroked to 1720cc - Wiseco 9:1 Compression Forged Pistons
- Crower Billet Connecting Rods - Balanced and Ground Crank - Ported and Polished Head w/ 3 Angle Valve Seats - All New Seals, Gaskets, Bearings, Pumps, Etc.. - ARP Head and Main Studs - 440cc RC Engineering Saturated Injectors - Aluminum Extruded and Balanced Dual Feed Fuel Rail - Bosch 4 Wire O2 Sensor - NGK Iradium Spark Plugs - Nology Hotwires Grounded Plug Wires - Flyin' Miata Knock Sensor - Mazda Competition Motor Mounts
Turbo: - Mitsubishi TD04H-15G Turbocharger @ 18psi - Mitsubishi Starion IC - Custom Over-the-Radiator Intercooler Pipes - Racing Mazda 2.5" Downpipe with Flex Joint - 2.5" SS Enthuza Turbo Racer M1 w/ Borla XS Muffler - 2.5" Racing Mazda Test Pipe - HKS SSQV Blow Off Valve (loud!!) - Flyin' Miata Electronic Boost Controller - Flyin' Miata Stainless Steel Heat Shield - Oil Return Direct to Oil Pan
Other Performance: - Flyin' Miata Link Fully Programmable ECU - USB Port Uplink for Laptop Interface - Walbro 255 HP Fuel Pump - Fidanza Aluminum 1.8L Flywheel - ACT XT 1.8L Clutch - K&N Air Filter - Goodwin Racing Willwood 4-piston Caliper Type IV Big Brake Kit - Koyo 37mm Full Aluminum Racing Radiator
Exterior: - Color: Mazda RX-8 Velocity Red - ViS Type RE Front Bumper - Robbins Sunfast Top with Glass Window (only 2 years old) - Rota Grid Gunmetal 15x6.5 Rims - Falken Azenis RS Sport Tyres 205/50 R15 - Hard Dog Xtreme Roll Bar - Turn Signal Air Intakes - Moss Motors Low Profile Dual Headlight System - Hella Projector Angel Eye Fog Lights - Clear Corner Markers - Miata Scripted Stainless Steel Door Sill Plates - 911 Turbo Badge
Interior: - Corbeau Forza Racing Seat - Corbeau 4 Point Bolt-In Harnesses - Jackson Racing A Pillar Dual Gauge Pod - Defi Blue Racer Boost Gauge - AEM Wideband O2 Sensor and Digital Gauge - Solo Luna Shift Knob - KG Works Type S Push Button Starter Unit
Notes: I have owned this car since 2003, and am the third owner. I bought it in California and had it shipped to Buffalo. It's been my baby and project ever since. I do not get a chance to drive it nearly as much as I'd like to so I think it's time to move on. The car was never abused, driven in snow or rain, and kept under a cover as much as possible. It'll be sad to see her go but I know someone else will enjoy her as much as I have.
$500 PAYPAL DEPOSIT DUE UPON AUCTION CLOSE. REMAINDER DUE CASH IN PERSON OR BANK-TO-BANK WIRE TRANSFER WITHIN 7 DAYS. SORRY, NO CHECKS OF ANY KIND. PAYMENT MUST CLEAR BEFORE CAR IS PICKED UP OR SHIPPED. I WOULD BE WILLING TO PICK THE BUYER UP FROM BUF INT'L AIRPORT IF NEEDED. SOLD AS IS AND SALE IS FINAL. Car is located in West Seneca, NY 14224.
Ladies and gentlemen, meet the 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata. The highly anticipated fourth-generation (ND) model made its official debut in Monterey, CA this evening, and while details are slim (as in, we have practically none), there's one big thing to talk about: less weight. Yes, Mazda has confirmed that the new Miata sheds some 220 pounds over the model it replaces, and is "the most compact of any generation MX-5 so far." For those keeping track, that means the new MX-5 should weigh in somewhere around 2,200 pounds. Mazda's Kodo design language is obvious here, with a seriously wide and low demeanor, and a mix of flowing lines and sharp angles. We don't have any powertrain details to report as of this writing, but Mazda says the full suite of Skyactiv technologies are onboard, and the motto in creating this car was "Innovate in order to preserve."
Tech nerds are spoiled. Every year, there's a new iPhone that arrives following months and months of breathless speculation and rumormongering. We car folk have a more difficult life, because vehicles with the iPhone's cult-like devotion and following, while plentiful, only receive hefty updates after several years. Case in point, the Mazda MX-5. There's a new one coming, and much like the iPhone 6, it'll arrive in just a few weeks. So, in lockstep with the tech folk, we're anxiously biding our time and waiting with baited breath for the expected debut date of September 3. Also, like Apple fanboys, we're clamoring over any hint or teaser as to what the next-gen Miata will bring, which is why we're showing you the above image. That is, allegedly, the new MX-5 hiding under the sheet. Auto Motor und Sport has the image, which according to World Car Fans was released by Mazda. Of course, we've reached out to the Zoom-Zoom brand for verification of its authenticity, and will be sure to update as soon as we hear back.
With all of the hype and anticipation surrounding the 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata, the Japanese brand was able to sneak another driver-oriented model into its lineup. The company's spec page for the 2015 Mazda3 hatchback and sedan have been updated to list the Skyactiv-G 2.5-liter four-cylinder as finally being available with a six-speed manual transmission, in addition to the previous six-speed automatic. The automaker had promised the row-your-own gearbox with the bigger engine back when it first announced the new Mazda3, but it waited a model year to actually put the combo on sale. According to Mazda's specs, the manual gearbox trims 40 pounds off of a hatchback or 54 pounds off of a sedan in s Touring and s Grand Touring trims. However, shedding that weight doesn't necessarily boost fuel economy. The six-speed hatch is rated at 26 miles per gallon city and 35 mpg highway, compared to 27/37 for the automatic. The manual sedan is rated at 25/37 city/highway mpg, versus 28/39 with the auto. Buyers can save a little money by opting for the manual, though. Regardless of body style, it's about $1,050 cheaper than the automatic. Autoblog reached out to Mazda and learned that the 2.5L 6MT models started hitting dealers in August. The 2.5 wasn't initially available with the stick because, "We had to prioritize engineering resources and the 2.5L 6MT was not a high priority combination. Globally, smaller engines are preferred in terms of sales," a Mazda spokesperson explained via email. The automaker also notes that Austrailia will probably be the only other market outside of North America to get the six-speed gearbox with the larger engine.