Feb. 14 TWS 2.9 CCW

Chasing a Spec Boxter and running some quick laps. Car Info: 99 Miata Fast Forward Superchargers Kit (Thanks Tom!) Flyin' Miata AFCO Coilovers (750f / 450r) 225/45/15 Hankook RS3 15x8 949racing 6UL (Thanks Emilio!) Car and driver needs to go on a diet.

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Ralph's Miata Inside and outside video FTD #11
Last event of the season, just a great year and the car exceeded my wildest expectations. There is footage at the end including multiple cars in the same sections of the course. Car is supercharged Fast Forward Coldside kit, 949racing setup with Tein coilovers and race rubber. The car is a 1999 Miata with a Fast Forward Superchargers M62 Blower in it. The car has Tein coilovers and 6UL Wheels from 949 Racing. I run race 15X9-275's rubber all around. The car also has a MaxQ Data Quantum data logger with a net book in the car for in-car data and video review.





Building a modified Mazda MX-5/ Miata to beat a new Porsche Boxster (Pt 1)
Can a 16-year-old Mazda MX-5 be tuned to be as fast as Porsche Boxster? We find out! See part 2 here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zSsJqFYfQrU





SLEEPER Miata Shocks 600hp Z06! [STREETS]
At our stop in Nashville we hopped into a 600hp Heads/Cam Z06 after a random Miata asked to street race at a meet, not knowing much about the car other than the Intercooler we noticed we went out to see what the car had... The results were crazy! This thing was SCREAMING down the highway surprising everyone who witnessed the race. Returning back to the meet we all found out exactly why this car was so damn FAST! The 5.3L LSx under the hood Boosted by a rear mount 78mm turbo puts down mid 600whp on LOW Boost, the car was turned up as much as it could be without completely blowing off the non-radial 225 (narrow) STREET TIRES (around 700whp) equipped with a 4L80 transmission, once this street beast spools you better hold on!!! Can't wait to see this car again in the future.





V8 Miata on Targa Newfoundland - Garnish stage
Ride along with the Targa Miata crew on one of the classic Targa Newfoundland stages in 2011. Garnish has a bit of everything - high speed through the woods, tight little town streets, smooth pavement, rough pavement - it's a real workout for the car and the crew. You can hear the 100 mph wheelspin right near the beginning of the stage. The team was leading the Open Division of the race at this point. The car is powered by a modified L33 V8 engine, making between 350 and 400 hp and a 6-speed transmission. The conversion was done using parts from V8Roadsters, as are all the V8 conversions from Flyin' Miata. Suspension is the FM AFCO setup, working hard in this stage. It was built and driven by Keith Tanner and navigated by Janel Tanner. For more on the car, see http://www.targamiata.com. For more on Flyin' Miata's V8 conversions, see http://www.flyinmiata.com/v8




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