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Flyin' Miata
499 35 Rd
Palisade, CO 81526

We build a lot of custom engines at Flyin' Miata. We built the engine for Matt Andrews that destroyed the competition in Redline Time Attack. Our engines have taken podiums at the SCCA SOLO II Nationals and have been raced in a wide range of competitions. But they're not just for racing - they're built to deal with the rigors of daily use.

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Built short block

If you have a good head and only need a stronger bottom end, you're in the right place.

All short blocks are given A beam Carrillo rods, FM's ceramic coated strutted Wiseco pistons, ARP main studs and an ATi damper. There are other options available, shown below.

Because we know you'll have to finish assembling your engine, the short block comes with a multi-layer steel gasket, timing belt and all the gaskets and seals for the head.

Bottom end
?1.6 oil pump 
?Billet main caps 
?Crankshaft balance 
?Drill pan for oil return 
?Flywheel and pressure plate balance 
?H beam rods 
?High compression upgrade 
?Stroker (A beam) 
?Stroker (H beam) 
?Engine core charge 
?Severe cleaning 


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