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Old 06-27-2016, 04:02 PM   #151 (permalink)
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I'm digging that front end addition you painted up on there, as well as the bumper cut + tow hook.

This car must be a blast to drive!
Thanks man - me too! Yeah, it totally is a blast. I've been in more powerful, faster Miatas but I really love the balance I've built in to Phee. Sure I could always have fun with more power... but it isn't needed for Phee. She's still a faster car than I am driver.

Until I start getting close to spec Miata lap times, I realize most of the fine tuning I'm doing is really just for fun.

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Wow the new additions look fantastic, Brad! I have been eyeing the CSP piece since 93eunos posted about it. Still amazes me how well the taillights work on Phee.
Yeah I'm with you on that one. I generally don't like the Altezza style lights but they really do go with Phee's theme. The flat orange and red OE lights just don't pop like these do.

I like it so much that I actually traded my old OE lights for ANOTHER set of these Altezza lights, except this time I was going to play with some tinting on the clear lens. Not sure if I will tint the whole thing or mask off parts of the lens to get a two tone tint. Still TBD - plenty of other projects in the pipeline.

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The headlight mod with new relays is almost there. Low beams work fine but for some reason I can't get the high beams on. Going to take a little troubleshooting to see why they are not working as planned. The relays are mounted temporarily with some simple brackets. Plan is to make a single complex bracket that picks up two or three mounting points and I'm thinking it might double as a heat shield too. I'd really like to get rid of the bracket attached to the Strut Tower Brace.



Finally picked up a new air filter from Kraftwerks. I've been on the same filter since I bought the Rotrex kit almost five years ago. Figured it was time to replace it.



I had been looking for an AEM dryflow filter to use instead of the Kraftwerks filter but for the life of me I can't find one that fits the same space as the KW filter, so I ended up with another one. About the only improvement/addition I have been thinking about is some kind of an intake headlight lid in order to get a fresh source of outside air direct to the intake filter. Leaning towards a NACA duct or a raised entry like the JAS performance lid. I don't think I want the louvre style vented lid.
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Old 07-06-2016, 02:32 PM   #152 (permalink)
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I really wish GarageStar would quit making awesome sauce. They seem to put that shit on everything.

COP bracket. Awesome fitment - better than what I was using before.

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Old 07-18-2016, 03:45 PM   #154 (permalink)
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Finished the custom bracket for the headlight relays and finally got everything working as it should. Both high beams and low beams come on when high beams are selected, only low beams when low is selected.

What started as a large multi-bend complex bracket for the relays got trimmed down to what essentially looks like a dong with just a bend at the tip. Yeah, an aluminum dong bracket. And I painted it black so that it would disappear against the black engine bay, especially since the polished Moroso overflow tank is on one side and the polished intake on the other.

So after cutting out the bracket and sanding it, I hit the bracket with two light coats of black Epoxy paint followed by a medium wet coat all inside about 30 minutes. Three hours later I installed the part and here are the mounted relays. You can't see the bracket at all, can you? Exactly.



I've thought about some kind of a heat barrier to protect the plastic in the relays and the relay bases - the three bolts visible on the intake side of the relays could easily be used to mount a simple shield.

Finished up the wire harness at the fuses too. Shrink tube everywhere.



My passenger side front EDFC motor starts to creep after hours of use. The motor is slowly turning on the shock body as it is adjusting rebound and compression, wrapping the harness around itself. I read about this on the EDFC forums - not completely uncommon. Until this point I have just been watching it and un-winding the harness when needed but I finally came up with a better, more permanent solution - a box bracket that holds the motor in place. On the other side of the engine bay and both sides of the rear, the motors have not been creeping. If I need another box bracket for the other front side I can always make one but for now things all seem to be working as they should.

Drove the car up to the canyons on Sunday. I Had active suspension settings on and I have to say - it felt more like I had a track alignment rather than a street alignment - grip seemed above average for these well known routes. The car really did stay more noticeably flat on the road. Less weight shift and body roll - exactly what I have been hunting with this suspension... until I soften it up for the highway cruise home. Performance when I want it, comfort otherwise. I know I can further optimize the system too - settings are not as good as they are going to get. Not exactly sure how the front splitter played into the whole dynamic but let's just say the car is more confidence inspiring now than it was before.

Speaking of the splitter - that thing really hits a lot more than I like. At least one time per cruise I scrape because of a hump or incline. My car is definitely not slammed but this front lip definitely sits lower than the rest of the car. It looks great and it seems to be functional but I may need to raise the car a little more if I want to use it on the street. For the track, height is probably fine, or maybe a little lower... but then we are talking about messing around with alignments every time I remove or install the splitter. I made sure it was easy to remove and install but can't see raising/lowering and then getting an alignment every time I do that. I do love it though.

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Old 09-23-2016, 04:46 PM   #155 (permalink)
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Ahhh, the life of a modified car enthusiast.

So I signed up for Buttonwillow on the 18th and headed out the day before to stay around Bakersfield so I didn't have a long drive in the morning. Phee was not in a cooperative mood.

The prior couple of weeks have been great - canyon runs and hours of seat time with no car issues.

About 14 miles from home and in the center lane of the 405, the motor died. I gassed up earlier that day. I tried a few times to restart with no love. So thinking I'm going to die, I need to get off the road. I get out of the car and start pushing forward. When able, I turned the car across three lanes of traffic and got her over to the shoulder.



Popped the hood - no pressure on the fuel gauge. Fuse box was crazy hot. Tried the key again - definitely no fuel pump running. So AAA shows up, takes me back to the house where I put her into the garage. Without even going inside, I grabbed a bag out of the Miata and took my FX. Ran her for fun.... and it WAS. Fun. And really, really comfortable.

So now I have 7 days to figure out the fuel issue before I need to drive up to the MLSR event next weekend.

Checking for shorts, checking continuity, checking signal voltage.



The fuel pump relay seems to be fine - I pulled it out and tested on the bench.

With the Diagnostic pins jumpered and ignition on, I have 12+ across the Fuel Pump 40A fuse in the fuse box. BUT, when I measure voltage at the relay connector, I'm showing 5.3V, not 12V. I am not seeing voltage at the pump at all. There may be an issue with the pump power circuit.



Along with the independent relays I installed for the starter and the headlights, it looks like the easiest way to go will be do do the same for this circuit. I'm planning to wire in a new relay and have the trigger coming from the ignition switch, except I'll add an on/off switch so that I can turn the pump off any time. Power will come direct from the battery and will be fused.

Of course all of this assumes it really is the power circuit and not the pump itself... so I'll hit the pump with direct power just to confirm before doing any of this other stuff. If it IS the pump, I'm going to stress about getting a new one in hand in time to install for the drive up the coastline next week. Pretty sure I have the OE pump sitting around as a last resort if needed... T-7 days till MLSR.

So bit by bit I have been thinking about the next evolution of Phee. I've done a lot of electrical recently, and so the opportunity to have a switch panel of my own design has sort of popped up. I found a pre-cut console panel on eBay that I modified a little. I found a bunch of different buttons & switches and by playing around with them, I ended up with this.





My current plan is to use this panel for AFR & oil pressure gauges. Buttons will be 1) Engine Start, 2) Fuel Pump, 3) HVAC vent fan, 4) radiator fan #2, 5) EDFC1, 6) EDFC2 and 7) aux lights. The small key lock (8) will be a ground circuit connected to all the button grounds that go to relays. I can break the ground circuit so that none of the relays will work. I don't expect to use this unless I'm forced to leave the car outside overnight. Then the final switch is open right now - no ideas.

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Old 09-26-2016, 11:22 AM   #156 (permalink)
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Holy crap on a stick. Phee kicked my ass this weekend. Not a whole lot of success... but a TON of frustration. Had to walk away from the car on three separate occasions I was so twisted out of shape. I probably put about 14 hours into the car - almost entirely on wiring and diagnostics.

I had a really hard time accepting multiple failures because of how the car shut down. The problem was fuel pressure. The pump wasn't running. So if I fix that, everything should be good, right? Apparently not.

I posted before about how the fuel pump power circuit was bad - and it was. But as I worked with the car and took voltage measurements, I found the battery was pretty low. So, low voltage on a battery never plays well with the car - gotta fix that to know for sure it ISNT the battery power. So that's on a battery charger. To test the wiring fixes I had to grab another battery.

Then I find that my power distribution module isnt working. I needed it to power the new fuel pump circuit but I couldn't get the thing powered on so I ended up removing it entirely. I think somehow I must have fried it. Really? Freaking clusterfuck. FU PDM!!!



So I go back to old-school. Fused Power Distribution block, made active by using an ignition triggered relay. And a grounding distribution block. Adding these three components, pining a new connector, the wiring & crimping... this took about a half day.



New power & ground to the fuel pump using my Deautch connector kit made for a clean install at the pump. This was probably the easiest thing I had to do.



So, the PDM is gone and has been replaced. The new circuit works; turn the key in the ignition and the pump turns on. Fuel pressure is good. All of the circuits controlled by the distribution block work as they should.

But the car won't start.

Next diagnosis - do I have spark? Are the injectors firing? What is the EMS telling me? This and more to get through before I can drive to Laguna Seca. It's stressing me out. T-4 days before I have to be on the road.

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With hours to spare - SHE LIVES!

First check of the ECU showed no power on ignition.

Checked the main fuse - still good.

Checked the main relay...





I see the problem! This is a POS model! Hindsight is always 20/20, isnt it? The last time the car stranded me I bought a new relay thinking that was the problem. It wasn't. But this relay is obviously not the same quality as the OE relay. OE lasted for 23 years. AutoZone replacement relay for only $10 less... 4 months.

Apparently this part was under warranty so I got a new one for free. I went ahead and bought a back-up to keep in the car just in case. From now on... only OE main relays!

So the whole fuel pump rewire and PDM failure was a symptom of my jacking around with things that werent broken. Awesome.

On the up side, I get to drive her up to Laguna Seca tomorrow morning. Looking forward to the event!
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Wooot! So glad you got this figured out in time! I hope to see this car at MRLS, safe travels!
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Old 10-04-2016, 05:54 PM   #159 (permalink)
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Wooot! So glad you got this figured out in time! I hope to see this car at MRLS, safe travels!
It all worked out. Not sure we connected - did you meet Phee?

Track experience was amazing - my confidence and comfort on track goes up every time I get out there. I did buy the race day pack - every photo of my car from Saturday hot laps. Will post a few of my favorites when I get them.

The whole weekend is really well done, from arrival at the host hotel and the BBQ and Car show, to the track logistics, photos, merchandise, sponsors... pretty solid. But the people make it. It's rare we get to do things like this in our adult lives and I for one appreciate the opportunity.

Spent most of my time with KINOD & GarageStar crews. No drama worth talking about and once again I came away from the weekend with better friends than I started with.













I half expected Phee to give me problems but she didn't! Made the whole weekend which I estimate to be about 14 hours of butt time, a little over an hour of which was on track. I'll bleed brakes and change the oil this week. her next committment will be to get her cleaned up for the JCCS neo-classics show at Toyota Headquarters on the 23rd.

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As anyone reading this thread might know, I joined StopTech as a Program Manager about 18 months ago. I came from Aerospace with a Mechanical Engineering degree at NASA Johnson Space Center as a Boeing Subcontractor. I did prototyping and new hardware development for Space Station, Space Shuttle and even a couple of military/DoD contracts for a little over 17 years in Houston. Then, the shuttle missions ended and I suddenly had a lot more time on my hands at work. I discovered forums and soon after that started doing my own oil changes and low level maintenance. Then the newb mods like intakes and exhausts. Before I knew it I had my daily driver Infiniti in the shop for a full custom fabricated turbo install and I needed a daily to drive while the project was in the shop. Enter my first Miata - Jumbata.

Fast forward five years. I've moved out to SoCal to get into the automotive aftermarket. After a year of networking with car guys I landed my first job as an Operations Manager for FastCars LTD - a shop that specializes in Pebble Beach concours restorations and does service and maintenance on modern Ferraris, Lambos, Masaratis... pretty much any exotic. About a year later I found StopTech and the job description for which I interviewed was almost exactly what I was hired to do for Boeing. I already had a StopTech BBK on my Infiniti, so I was familiar with the company. Unrelated but around the same time, Jumbata was totaled coming out of my driveway one day. Two weeks later, Phee was running with Jumbata's drivetrain.

About six months later I attended my first MLSR in 2015. I met Kenjo Raif in person, owner of GarageStar, although I had been buying from him online for a couple years. Through our conversations that weekend, the Miata BBK became a goal of mine, for StopTech and for the Miata community. A couple weeks later he and Jon Bartolome came down to SoCal to talk about the kit, they visited the StopTech facility in Compton and we soon got internal management support for an application that had never been possible before my employment because StopTech did not have a caliper small enough to fit the Miata rotor and wheel. But now, we do. The very first application for the ST42 caliper to go through the company was for the Miata. Now, the classic Porsche platforms will be using it as well - but they won't release till SEMA.

Internal management support for the Miata BBK was bolstered by the fact that inside of StopTech the General Manager, Program Manager (myself), Engineering Manager and two design engineers all own Miatas. After a year of design, prototype, testing, revisions, pre-production and production supply chain logistics, we finally "officially" launched the kit this past weekend at 2016 MLSR. It's both a pet project and a contribution to the Miata community! Always wanted to help bring something to market that really is better than anything available and I believe that, based on all our results so far.

StopTech has always designed "balanced brake upgrades" meaning the factory balance is retained but of course the balance can be "tuned" using brake pad friction. No need for an aftermarket prop valve or a different Master Cylinder. Anybody not really versed in the system implementation of those items is likely to make performance worse, not better. If you are versed, there are gains to be had but they are finicky and depend on a lot of factors that most of us don't have the ability to measure and adjust at home.

Anyway, the four wheel BBK is based on the NB Sport rear OE brakes. All 1.6, 1.8 NA & NB Miatas will accept the rear NB Sport brakes, bolt on. Then, you pair that with the NB Sport BBK. I love this approach because it really is a 4 wheel design but the rear uses OE parts you can get used, reman or new, from anywhere that sells them. Of course you can upgrade the rear to nicer rotors, stainless brake lines and a pad that plays nicely with the front.

Phee's Future!

NB Sport Rears


NB Sport Front BBK


That combo is the "best" because of total piston area of the calipers. However if you want the best brake system on your car and you are happy with the rear OE brakes they way they are, you can just get a matching front BBK:
-1.6 Front BBK with existing 1.6 OE rear brakes
-1.8 NA/NB Non-Sport Front BBK with existing 1.8 Non-Sport OE rear brakes
-1.8 NB Sport Front BBK with existing 1.8 NB Sport OE rear brakes

Each one of these are model specific! It is not one size fits all for the front BBK - it all depends on what's on the back - or what you want in the back.

There are a few pre-production kits out there installed. Phee's should be coming before the end of the year.

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Damn it looks so good!
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Hnnng. wheel/tire combo and the lows and everything is so right on this car.
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Old 03-20-2017, 01:56 PM   #164 (permalink)
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I guess it has been a while since I posted up progress. This is mostly because I've been so happy with Phee that I haven't really changed anything recently.

BUT... there are different reasons to mod, some of which are involuntary... and that can be just another opportunity to make improvements.

6 weeks ago I had a front end collision that totaled out Phee but I decided to keep and repair.



No injuries, but the three cars involved claimed just over $22K in repairs on my insurance. Luckily I have been through this before so I knew what I wanted and how I wanted to handle it. I collected the insurance money and placed Phee on a salvage title. This doesn't bother me at all because there's no chance I'll ever sell this car. There was minor frame damage, so Phee is heading to a frame shop to get straightened out before getting reassembled.

As of yesterday, she was stripped and ready to go to the frame shop, which will happen this week.



Since so much of the front end has been disassembled, I decided this was a great time to do some things I have wanted to do for a long time.

I completely removed all AC components from the engine bay; Compressor, receiver/dryer, condenser & all lines leading up to the firewall.

1) I've already ordered and received the bolt-on stock parts from the front of the car; bumper supports, bumper retainer brackets and the weld-in replacement support.

2) In continuing to improve the Kraftwerks Supercharger kit, I ordered and received the TrackDog Racing Intercooler kit for the Rotrex. I believe this to be an amazing improvement in system efficiency; larger intercooler, MUCH shorter pipe runs with fewer bends and diameter changes, fewer couplers/clamps, larger diameters, etc.

3) I've got a Coolant reroute kit.

4) I've got AWR reinforced sway bar mounts - I already removed the stock mounts.

I'm ordering:
5) StopTech Miata BBK - STR42 front BBK
6) Custom StopTech/V8R rear BBK
7) V8Roadsters cowl braces
8) V8Roadsters tubular PPF

9) Full engine rebuild

10) Rear wheel flare skirts

Then there is a TON of electrical but that's still in the works so I won't tease it out just yet.

As far as I'm concerned this is all positive - it only took me about 5 days to get over the heart-ache of another totaled Miata. Plus in this case the repairs are costing me a fraction of the settlement - I'm coming out a couple thousand bucks ahead... which is why all these new parts are getting ordered. Hard to be depressed with a bunch of upgrades!

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Glad your safe and love the perspective! Hopefully Phee will be back up and running soon.. certainly in time for MRLS!
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Sorry bout the accident Brad, as Pete said just glad everyone is ok. You are really making Phee earn her name ! Look forward to it 'rising' once again!
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Sometimes accidents can be a blessing instead of a curse! Congrats on all the new goodies, and glad everyone is okay!
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Made the decision to pull the motor before going to get the frame repaired. This way I can swap in a fresh motor along with all the new goodies. About three years ago I started building a forged motor but it stalled out as I got close to finishing the head. So I have a fully built bottom end and an unfinished head as a spare.

Prepping Phee to pull the motor



Motor is out. You can see the spare motor (red valve cover) sitting on the motor stand. Phee's current motor sitting next to the car.



Seems lonely in there...



Plan is to finish the built motor, mate it to a lightweight flywheel, slap the 5 speed back on and drop it back in.... along with all the new goodies. Im psyched!
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