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Hey guys and gals.
We are planning for the first Open House event of 2015.
Spring will soon be here, I hope!

Please join us for our first Open House event for 2015
Who: You and all of your Miata friends, invite them all
What: The first Dave’s Garage Open House of 2015
When: May 3. Starts at 9am.
Where: 2470 Royal Windsor Drive Oakville
Why: Because we want over 100 Miatas!

Get your Miata out of hibernation.
Spend some time with your fellow MX5 friends.
Chat about upgrades, have a free burger and pop and check out some great looking Miatas.

For pictures from previous events please click the links here…
http://www.daves-garage.ca/Site/Open_House.html

Look forward to seeing you there.
Thanks.
Dave
 

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Lets do it. Some of us usually meet at the Tims parking lot 16/Leslie (south of Shell) an hour before Dave's start time.
What time did you want to meet?


Yeah, I enjoyed the last cruise we did and the one from Colossus too, not sure if I can attend this time :(

Hope you can come! :icon_cheers:
 

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Hey, what time are you guys planning on leaving from the Leslie/16th timmies on Sunday ? I can only stay for a bit so the earlier the better!
 

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Hey, what time are you guys planning on leaving from the Leslie/16th timmies on Sunday ? I can only stay for a bit so the earlier the better!
What time did you want to meet?





Hope you can come! :icon_cheers:
The usual 16/Tims parking. 8:30am departure to be at Dave's at 9am.
 

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Just a quick reminder that our Open House is happening tomorrow.
Weather forecast looks good with 26* and sunshine!
Hope you can make it for some free BBQ and drinks and lots of Miatas
The meet officially starts at 10am but most folks start showing up around 9am to reserve good parking.
Thanks and see you soon
Dave
 

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Kit-ster had the most sanitary supercharger installation I have seen anywhere with its low-volume air-to-water intercooler:




There was another supercharged car that I did not get a picture of that serves as a cautionary tale - his PCV and carbon canister connections were giving him a lot of trouble, so this kind of result is just as difficult as it looks.
 
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