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I am considering selling my track miata. I have owned it for around 4 years and built it up from stock to what it is now.Clean title and still street legal in Virginia.

1999 Miata, original engine 104k miles. Dyno at around 136 WHP 1 year ago after tune on 93 octane
Weight is around 2450 with half a tank of gas
Avanti S1 15x8 wheels
Custom build seat bracket to have drivers seat as low as possible, including removing stock floor pan humps and reinforcement of mounting points - build/installed by Piper Motorsport ($1k+)
OEM Hard Top with hard mounted brackets installed/ softtop is removed
Mazdaspeed stiffer engine mounts
Polyurethane rear subframe/diff mount
Enthuza mid-pipe with high flow CAT and catback exhaust/muffler
Racing Beat Header
High flow/custom intake with "cold" box
Xida/Super Miata race coilover suspension ($2k) 800lb front, 500lb rear springs
The car is also corner balanced and aligned with -3 camber front and rear, 0 toe- handles great and tire wear is awesome. I also chamber all camber bolts with new ones.
Extended lower ball joints (to get extra camber)
Racing beat front sway bar with 949 endlinks
Flying Miata rear sway bar
New front and rear wheel bearing/hubs installed in 2018 repacked with high performance grease
Regularly maintain, fresh diff,trans and brake fluid summer 2018 with high performance Amsoil fluids
OEM torsen LSD
Racing steering wheel with quick release
Airbags (driver and passenger) removed
A/C removed but heater retained
Power-steering rack depowered and excess parts removed
Rebuilt shift with oem parts, feels like new
Hard dog racing rollbar with harness bar attachment
Clutch - Flying miata happy meal stage 2 clutch with Light wheel flywheel ($750)
Timing belt and water pump done at 94k with receipts
Stainless steel brake lines with Hawk DTC 60/30 racing brake pads
All aluminum high capacity radiator
External water temp gauge from thermostat housing
Radio + two front speaks are retained
Power windows are also retained for easy of use
Full interior still in vehicle, so car could definitely loose weight if wanted, I prefer the stock look and feel.
New clutch slave cylinder
New brake master cylinder
Fresh spark plugs and wires

Overall, this is a top quality build with no expense spared that is perfect for someone looking for a super well built, reliable track car. Over $10,000 spent on parts (not including labor).
I am sure I am forgetting a lot of other items done or on vehicle.
Not willing to part out. Please reach me by text.

For reference I was able to do 1.25's on summit point main with R comps (Nitto NT01s) and 1.28's on 205/50/15 Maxxis VR1 street tires. A faster driver can probably do better! :)

PS the car has no rust and been garage kept since my ownership


Car located in Northern Virginia

$10.500 OBO



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