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Miata Performance Projects

Miata Performance Projects
Miata Performance Projects
$22.95
Roll up your sleeves and get your hands dirty. 41 "how to" projects to improve your Miata. This is the practical book of the series.

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    Shipping note: When ordered by itself, this book will be mailed via USPS. 

    A good addition to anyone`s toolbox, Performance Projects walks through the most common jobs on a Miata. The book covers 41 projects for all levels of mechanic, from novice to experienced. Each project is clearly explained with large color photos to make it easy to understand. You`ll also find out how difficult your particular project is, what parts you`ll need, how much it`s liable to cost and what else you should do while you`re in there. Written by Flyin` Miata`s own Keith Tanner.

    There are a few sample pages available so you can get an idea of what the book is like. Click on the project names in the list below to see them.

    For 1990-05 Miatas. The 2004-05 Mazdaspeed turbo car is not specifically covered, but most of the projects still apply. As with all of Keith`s books, it`s autographed by the author - a Flyin` Miata exclusive!

    Section 1 - Getting Started
    Getting Ready
    Oil Change
    Shifter Boot Replacement
    Setting the Timing
    Preparing your Miata for the Track
    Replacing the Spark Plugs
    Changing the Fuel Filter
    Headlight Replacement and Upgrade

    Section 2 - Engine
    Changing the Accessory Drive Belts
    Changing the Valve Cover and Cam Angle Sensor Gaskets
    Replacing a Timing Belt
    Changing the Water Pump
    Fixing Noisy HLAs
    Repairing a Damaged Crank
    Removing and Replacing a Miata Head
    Retrofitting an NB Head on an NA Engine
    Engine Removal
    Installing an Engine
    Installing a 1.8l Engine in a 1.6l Car

    Section 3 - Cooling
    Changing the Coolant
    Replacing a Thermostat
    Replacing the Radiator

    Section 4 - Transmission
    Changing the Transmission and Differential Fluids
    Replacing or Repairing a Leaky Clutch Slave Cylinder
    Installing a New Clutch or Flywheel
    Installing a Torsen Limited Slip

    Section 5 - Exhaust
    Changing the Exhaust
    Installing a Header

    Section 6 - Brakes
    Bleeding and Flushing the Brakes and Clutch
    Lubricating the Slider Pins
    Changing Brake Rotors and Pads
    Installing Stainless Steel Brake Lines
    Fitting Bigger Brakes to your Miata

    Section 7 - Suspension
    Aligning a Miata
    Sway Bars
    Shocks
    Replacing the Suspension Bushings

    Section 8 - Body and Interior
    Replacing the Convertible Top
    Roll Bar Installation
    How to Stripe a Miata
    Installing New Gauge Faces

    Additional Information

    Additional Information

    Part number 46-86000
    TÜV approval available N/A
    Fits: 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 (non-MSM), 2005 (non-MSM), MSM
    Manufacturer No
    Flyin' Miata exclusive No
    Fits Exocet? No
    California emissions N/A
    Reviews

    Customer Reviews 2 item(s)

    Wasted my money
    Probably a good book for someone with a Miata pre 2003 (copywrite date) but not much use to an NC owner.

    From Flyin' Miata - we apologize if the writeup wasn't clear. This book covers 1990-05 models only. At this time, there is no equivalent for the NC chassis.
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    Review by Notded / (Posted on 10/27/2015)
    Quintessential, Essential
    This book, quite simply, is the first item you should buy. Wether your experienced or new to wrenching you need this book as either review or a sage guide. One of my most basic questions, jack points, in covered in the very first section. Clear, concise, informative, humours, with excellent real photos. Other than being flat beoke there is no reason this book is not the first thing you buy.
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    Review by Joel / (Posted on 8/11/2015)
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