imo oem looks proportionate, the others look off.
I've seen this on Rev's, but not sure how it works, like I'm looking at it, but I think I'd need installed pics to understand how difficult it would be to put in and pull out vs a hard top style mounting system.Beatrush has a quick disconnect rail for the soft top. Not sure about fitting in the trunk, but the top unclips easily.
I love this one!!
any pics of the mounting to the shock tower?
Thank you. Probably not though. Just took the right classes.I think you're a lot smarter than me, lol.
But you're talking actual THROTTLE settings?
2 Engineering classes in H.S. followed by private classes (me and a few of my classmates who he thought worked hard) from my teacher about design and advanced computer skills focusing on Autodesk.Wow swanky, that sounds like an awesome project. I wish I had the know how to pursue something like that. May I ask what the right classes were?
I wish someone would make a full CNC head for the 1.8s. Raise the ports higher, design the ports and chamber to flow better, and make room for higher lift cams. Could essentially try to replicate the flow path and design of a ported k20a head but within the dimensions of a useable head for a 1.8, just leave out the vtec. It would finally make creating big power in these engines a more worth while feat.
wtf is that blue canister?Sorry guys, I forgot this thread.
Here is a pic when I was test fitting things :
Basically I had some super heavy duty seat belt brackets (for retrofitting early corvettes to have seatbelts.) You cannot tell in the pic, but the side mounted on the strut bar tower has two bolts holding the bracket on. After running it this way for quite some time I have yet to notice any ill effects with the configuration.
I just picked up a 93 Miata as well, and will be doing the same to it - however I am going to use a different bracket to mount the hydraulic shock.
As far as the intake goes, that was just a part from the stock intake tube I cut and used a bracket I had laying around to stabilize the filter.
Never EVER throw away brackets. I have thousands in organizers, and I use them for so many things.