Last week we did a full day of independent dyno testing that I want to share. Mikey from MSpec Tuning in Schaumburg, IL was gracious enough to give us 12+ hours on the dyno to do back-to-back testing. The goal was to show off what can be done with a stock K24A2 engine (2004-2008 TSX) in the Miata chassis, as well as test out a couple new parts. All tunes are done with the common 50 degree VTC intake cam gear swap instead of the 25 degree stock TSX unit. Each combo was fully tuned, we weren't just bolting on...
If you're a Miata guy, you may not be very familiar with the K series. Lucky for you, we made a video showing you exactly how you use our parts to prep your K24A2 for installation. Click HERE and be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel as well.
Our friends at Trackspeed Engineering in Sunnyvale, CA, began their first KMiata swap on a customer's car a few weeks ago. Andrew Kidd is doing a fantastic job of documenting the build with lots of details and pictures. You can find the build thread on MiataTurbo.net HERE. This car is designed to be a well-balanced street/track car, and we're using it to test some new goodies for our customers. It also features our new Street Header, and the Skunk2 Ultra Street manifold. Go check it out! You can also learn more about Trackspeed at trackspeedengineering.com
If you're a Miata guy, you probably have lots of K series questions. We have answers! David spends an hour discussing all things K series with Adam Jabaay on this SlipAngle podcast. Give it a listen for a good overview of the amazing K series platform HERE.
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