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Old 12-30-2011, 10:12 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Sadly I'm in Victoria but I'll source my own tyres lol. I have a mate in Melbourne who might be after a set too so I might just order two sets and split shipping.

As for hard dog bars, I messaged Go Miata and a few other places. Got the price to around $800-900 shipped to your door from the states. not bad when you factor in the prices of a new BD or Plus bar!
Works out to almost the same price if not $100 dearer. I asked them about a potential gb and they said they could cut shipping costs to Australia with multiple roll bars. Not sure how many they would need though.

I think from memory the M2 bar goes for $400-500 USD? Someone can correct me. Shipping was only another $350-400 or so to Aus.
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Dat steering wheel! Very cool car though everytime I see your car I get upset and wish someone would trade me enkei 92s for my 6uls:[ Such beautiful wheels!
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Old 01-03-2012, 08:46 AM   #33 (permalink)
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ITB Build - http://omgpham.com/itb-build

So over the holidays I put some money down on a few parts for the car, will make for some great New Years Resolutions =)

Found a brand new ITB kit "second hand" off a forum, was able to get it at a very good price so I'm going to try do a budget build. Kit came with the Garage Star/Techno Toy Tuning (T3) adapter plate (black), Toyota AE101 throttle bodies, fuel rail mount, velocity stacks (black), air filters, vacuum block, Toyota TPS and various gaskets.

I've also got myself a Megasquirt DIYPNP ECU for tuning purposes, will assemble this ASAP and get running with the car as is. Will need other parts too like a new fuel rail, fuel pressure regulator, wideband O2 sensor and synchrometer to sync the throttle bodies.

ITBs will improve engine response, emit evil noises from the engine bay as well as a small jump in power. My initial goal is to have fun building/tuning the engine, but long term is to gain more power with cams, head port/polish (and maybe other expensive stuff!).

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Toyota AE101/AE111 4A-GE Miata ITB Resources

What it'll roughly look like when done.



Now some pretty photos of the ITB kit I bought!



AE101 throttle bodies mounted to the Garage Star/Techno Toy Tuning (T3) adapter plate with the velocity stacks.


mmmmmm ITB adapter plates.




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Old 01-03-2012, 07:56 PM   #34 (permalink)
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Was bored so I bought some yellow tint and applied it to my turn signal lights. Some photos taken with my phone.



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MegaSquirt DIYPNP ECU - http://omgpham.com/megasquirt-diypnp-ecu

Ordered my ECU from DIYAutoTune.com last week and it arrived today, will start building it ASAP and get it running on the stock engine. Should be able to get some practise tuning the ECU before I get time to install the ITB setup.

The DIYPNP ECU is based on the MegaSquirt Micro Module V2.2, doesn't have as many features as the MS3 but still provides a lot of tuneability and options. Definitely more then enough for a ITB intake setup.

Some quick photos before I start assembling.



Unboxing my new toy =)


The MegaSquirt Micro Module V2.2
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Side Skirt Install - http://omgpham.com/side-skirt-install

I decided to add some products to sell on my blog, first being the Side Skirt Diffusers. The shipment arrived this morning and I installed them right away =)

Installation was a breeze and only requires the factory bolts as well as some self tapping screws. I took as many photos as I could below, but it's lacking because I was so excited....


Didn't take me long... FedEx guy was still there when I opened the boxes!


Jacked her up and removing the factory bolts.



Installation completed and looking haaaawt!
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Love your car great progress! Love those side skirts!
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Old 01-25-2012, 04:23 PM   #38 (permalink)
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Prototype Gear Knobs - http://omgpham.com/prototype-gear-knobs

Been busy the last week with prototyping a few gear knobs that I hope to produce in the future. With help from a friend, these were turned manually on a lathe and made from stainless steel and Nylon with a steel insert. Threaded specifically for MX-5/Miata models.

Will be testing them over the next couple of weeks to see how they perform. And final production units will be available in stainless steel or Delrin.

I took some photos of the process and will update later with installed photos. Enjoy =)



1. Bored out the centre and drilled a hole for the thread
2. Tapering the bottom half of the gear knob
3. Rounding/smoothing the top of the gear knob


Completed piece with a nice smooth brushed finish.



1. Centre drilled out and bottom tapered
2. Turned the entire length to give it a nice clean finish
3. Top of knob was rouned to a nice smooth finish


Machining the steel insert that will be pushed into the nylon body, gives it added strenth.


The completed knob and our method of "pushing" in the steel insert.
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Old 01-26-2012, 04:13 AM   #39 (permalink)
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Vented Windows - http://omgpham.com/vented-windows

It gets damn hot inside an MX-5, daammmnnnnn hot! So I picked up some vented front quarter windows. I wanted the KG Works "winged" windows but they're about $1200.... the ones I got are the next best thing =P

Installation was a breeze and they get a lot of air into the car, works much better than I thought. They're made from Lexan and the vents are designed for light plane air ventilation systems.



So first thing was to remove the door card, this will reveal a few bolts that hold the the window frame. Slide the seal out to reveal two screws to completely unbolt the frame.



The window then slides out pretty easily, rubber seal comes off too. I then cleaned it up with some warm water and soup, heaps of gunky build up.



Slide the cleaned up seal onto my vented window, so pretty!



With the help of some rubber lubricant, the vented window slides in very easily.


Then repeat on the driver side, and my JDMST Supporter sticker.



Some nice close up photo.
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Old 01-26-2012, 11:46 AM   #40 (permalink)
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Do those close?
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Old 01-26-2012, 05:40 PM   #41 (permalink)
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Yeah they close by just pushing them in. Not completely water tighter, but survives through rain and car washes.
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Old 01-26-2012, 05:58 PM   #42 (permalink)
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what are those holes for in that lil glass? imo i see no purpose in those things, im not hating just i dont get what its supposed to do other then let some air in. btw nice thread
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what are those holes for in that lil glass? imo i see no purpose in those things, im not hating just i dont get what its supposed to do other then let some air in. btw nice thread
The holes are there to vent in cool air when you drive, a lot of air. I don't like the heat so this really helps cool the cabin. That's all they do, and do it effectively.

I used to just stick my arm out the window to "push" cool air into the cabin, but got sick of doing that
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The holes are there to vent in cool air when you drive, a lot of air. I don't like the heat so this really helps cool the cabin. That's all they do, and do it effectively.

I used to just stick my arm out the window to "push" cool air into the cabin, but got sick of doing that
oh alright. well keep up the good work your miata looks nice
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MegaSquirt DIYPNP ECU Build - http://omgpham.com/megasquirt-diypnp-ecu-build

I've been slowly building my MegaSquirt DIYPNP ECU, just wanted to take my time so I don't screw anything up. I have configured to be run on a standard engine with MAF removed, just so I can learn how to tune the basemap. This means standard narrow-band O2 sensor, stock TPS, etc...

All instructions can be found in the links below:
http://www.diyautotune.com/diypnp/docs.html
http://www.diyautotune.com/diypnp/ap...3-16b6-mt.html

For photos of the unboxing, check my previous post here.


This is the ECU harness connector, plugs right into the MX-5 factory harness.



1. Resistors get soldered on first
2. Diodes and other taller components are installed
3. Connectors, ICs and the rest of the parts soldered


I found this to be the hardest part of the build. Heaps of wires that need to be cut to length, stripped and tinned. This pinout will be different for each model of car, pinout can be found on the DIYAutoTune website.



The finished ECU looking all clean =)
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Old 01-30-2012, 06:24 AM   #46 (permalink)
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Panda Panda - http://omgpham.com/panda-panda

My rear garnish panel was cracked all over and need to be replaced, so I found a second hand one for real cheap. Decided that I wanted it black so had my friend give it a fresh coat of paint, it came out looking brand new =)



Rear lights removed to give access to the rear garnish panel.



New rear garnish installed =)
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Old 02-05-2012, 05:57 AM   #47 (permalink)
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Clutch Slave Replacement - http://omgpham.com/clutch-slave-replacement

Small update tonight... my clutch slave was leaking bad, fluid going everywhere!


To make life easier, I removed the driver side wheel to reach the clutch slave.
From there it's just the matter of removing the two 12mm bolts and the clutch line.


The old rusty leaking clutch slave....


My brand new clutch slave =)
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Old 02-06-2012, 01:41 AM   #48 (permalink)
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Was there a tutorial you followed to install it? I have one waiting on the shelf waiting to be installed but I dont really know what I'm doing
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Old 02-06-2012, 01:54 AM   #49 (permalink)
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Was there a tutorial you followed to install it? I have one waiting on the shelf waiting to be installed but I dont really know what I'm doing
My mate showed me how to do it once so I just winged it, but there's a decent guide here:
http://www.miata.net/garage/slavecyl.html

Wear some gloves! I was lazy and some skin on my hands started peeling
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Old 02-06-2012, 02:44 AM   #50 (permalink)
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Nice work so far. I gotta do my slave cylinder as well. The DIY Megasquirt looks like a good project but I'm F#%$k'd when it comes to things that could spark.
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Attended the JDMST Meet for February 2012.

Photos and coverage of the event can be found below:
http://www.freeworks.com.au/blog/2012/2/5/jdmst.html
http://streetkarnage.blogspot.com.au...dmst-meet.html
http://forum.jdmstyletuning.com/show...hift-meet-pics

Some photos of my car that I was able to find.





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Old 02-15-2012, 12:53 AM   #52 (permalink)
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In other news, my Innovate MTX-L wideband arrived and I found myself an automatic model throttle body for it's variable TPS.

Also some various bits and pieces arrived today...

Hard top brackets and leather door pulls.



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Those hardtop brackets look damn spiffy. Much better looking then the Rennenmetal ones.
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You are going to LOVE the DIYPNP.
Go ahead and register for the full version of TunerStudioMS.

I built my box and got the car running very well within the past 10 days or so. If you have any questions I'd be very happy to help. I'm not an expert but I've cleared the main hurdles of getting it installed and running. I am also using an MTX-L so I might be of assistance.

I see you've wired up your main board a bit differently than mine, but I take it that's due to differences in the AUS vs. USD pinouts and the fact that you're planning on running ITBs.

Where did you source the vented windows? I need some of those, it's hot as hell where I live (Puerto Rico) and I have no A/C

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Carbon Fibre Side Mirror Install - http://omgpham.com/carbon-fibre-side-mirror-install

Have just gone through TWO house moves in the past week, so I haven't had much time to post up something new. But here are some photos and a walk through of the Carbon Fibre Side Mirror install.



First step is to insert the arm into the carbon fibre housing, once that's in just tighten it gently at the top using the supplied hardware.


At the base of the arm is a large grub screw, tighten this up to make the ball joint firmer. This can loosen over time, so just re-tighten when necessary. Then attach the base to the mounting plate using the supplied hardware.



To remove the factory mirrors, simply pop off the plastic cover to reveal the screws. Once the mirror is off, give the surface a decent clean before proceeding to the next step.



Make sure to use the rubber gaskets when installing the mounting plate to your door, then simply install the plate using the supplied hardware.



The finished product!
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I also had stickers made for my blog, if anyone wants any (free of charge), just like my Facebook page and I'll get them sent out for you.





Slow updates lately, have had too much stuff on plus I'm moving houses in a week. But I was able to get the ECU flashed and basemap loaded.


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Meh.... so no real updates lately. Have been busy with holidays and business so all my money and time and gone into them. First world problems?

Only thing I've done is add a new sticker, visit Zen Garage and goto to the last JDMST/Downshift meet.

Zen Garage Visit - http://omgpham.com/zen-garage-visit
Downshift March 2012 Meet - http://omgpham.com/downshift-meet-march-2012
More photos by other people - http://omgpham.com/downshift-meet-march-2012-others



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Awesome build. What hard top rackets are those?
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Nice car man. Keep up the good work.
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Awesome build. What hard top rackets are those?
Thanks for the comments!

I stock the hard top brackets on my site, but these were manufactured by JassPerformance.
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