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    Member 1993KA24DET's Avatar
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    Im going to start this as the parts for my other project sell.
    It will consist of parts

    Miata Diff
    Miata Brakes
    Miata A arms
    Miata Uprights
    Miata Axles
    Turbo Hayabusa Engine
    and a $h!t load of tubing

    Here is one that POOK did, which i think is the best example of a car that anyone should have
    http://www.exocars.net/showthread.php?t=4747


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    That's cool man.
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    I would have toooo many red and blue lights in back of me....
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    like this one
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    That car looks like a arieal atom, the frame bracing looks just like it?
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    That's an awesome machine...nice work there...

    My long term challenge is to have one of these in my garage...perfect Hillclimb vehicle...
    "Straight roads are for fast cars, turns are for fast drivers." - Colin McRae
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    That thing is FRICKEN AWSOME!!!!
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    Very cool and it does look like the atom. Is it just me or is the front shock leaning in the wrong direction????
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    How do I a get a set of plans for this design? Awesome!
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    sweet
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