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what mazdaspeed could do and we know they have the knowledge to do so,is to make a bolt on turbo kit for the 1.6DOHC MX-3, they would defenatly make some money out of it since we are so many, and most of us wants to leave NA home. think about it.


June 13 2004, 6:58 PM
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Amen brother, i would buy it in a heartbeat, or hell i dont care any company make us a turbo kit...there is one for the sohc but not for the dohc...come on...

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June 16 2004, 10:57 PM
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well who makes the one for the SOHC??????

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June 16 2004, 11:05 PM
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i think its racingmazda.com

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June 17 2004, 11:39 AM
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HOW CAN WE MAKE THIS MIRACLE HAPPEN???IM WITH YOU I WOULD DEFENATLY BUY ONE, OUR CARS HAVE SUCH POTENTIAL WHY DONT THEY MAKE IT???? THEN WE SHOULD BE ABLE TO PLAY WITH THOSE NASTY CIVICS. DO YOU PEOPLE HAVE ANY IDEAS TO WHOM WE SHOULD SEND SUCH REQUEST????


June 17 2004, 6:46 PM
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not gonna happen, the MX-3 has been out of production for to long and is not very popular beyond us

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June 17 2004, 7:34 PM
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this is why they arent goin to produce a turbo kit

there are like 70000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 x e70 civics out there = profits for the company

mx-3 there are like 20= a loss for the company


look @ the web...there is only one site for the mx-3.com unlike hondas where u have civic.net, hondatech.com etc etc.......

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June 18 2004, 9:04 AM
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your right about that, but mx-3 will always be known as the small compact with little power but awesome looks, and great potential, lets keep surprising those nasty civics, thats what Ive been doing, and Ive done it a few times. cant wait to put pics of my ride, so that you guys can see. hasta


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im happy we are so unique in that respect where when you see a nice mx3 then you know 100% that there arnt to many really good ones around that are fast and look good.

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June 24 2004, 8:00 PM
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I agree with you. It feels good to have a car that looks good and unique. That people just stare at it wondering who makes.

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June 25 2004, 6:45 PM
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thats the positive of the mx-3, the negative is the aftermarket support because its so ....unique?

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June 27 2004, 3:15 AM
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In respect to that turbo kit for the sohc. All that needs to change is the manifold to engine flange. If you could find a mx-5 miata manifold or a 323gtx turbo manifold. and change the turbo flange on said manifold you could use the rest of the kit easily. Or just change the flange on the sohc turbo manifold.

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I have great news for everyone. I e-mailed the racingmazda.com company and they said that as of yesterday they are gonna start in a week on making a turbo kit for the 1.6 DOHC. This is no lie. e-mail them yourselves and check it out all I have to say is the more support they say the more they will wanna and have to do it. support it e-mail them anyways and talk to them bout' it.

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October 22 2004, 4:31 AM
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what I`d like is to get profesionally done headers for turboconverting the V6 version of the Mx3.

It`s the piping thats a pain in the err, behind :)

a small turbo, walbro fuelpump etc is easy to get.
All we need is a premade piping with flanges for a T3 turbo for instance.

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October 22 2004, 7:55 AM
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A turbo kit for the 1.8 dohc would be nice. I would buy one. I want to do the klze swap but if there was a turbo for the 1.8dohc I'd buy one because my 1.8 still runs excellent. Even in cold winter weather, starts every time.

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