This is one of the easiest repairs on your Miata, which is great because it just so happens that nearly ALL MIATAS need this replaced. (Well, the ones with speedometer cables at least.) You only need a few basic tools and you’ll have your buttery speedometer back in no time. Oh yeah, and don’t forget to check out the merch…
Hey all! First things first – I got a new job and have been working a lot of hours; I’m going to try to get back to 1 video a week as soon as I can. Thanks for being patient. I also want to thank Toby @ Advanced Engine Dynamix for letting me use the rollers for a few hours
Video notes: I generalized some of the differential info to keep the video a reasonable length. If you really want to get into the details, you can start here: My video on removing/installing a diff Turbo Tom’s Torsen Swap Video Info on Miata drivetrain swaps More info on Mazda parts swaps How to tell Miata diffs apart (Torsen vs Open
If I’m honest, I wish this video came out better. Between getting to the track late and needing a flat repaired I had almost no light to film anything. But nonetheless, here it is!!! Hope you enjoy. For the few of you reading this right now my goal is to get 4 more videos and a tech article out before
Seriously people, do NOT underestimate the potential power loss that boost leaks can cause. You can test your car for free or even the legit way for only about $30 and I recommend that all boosted cars have one done. That includes supercharged vehicles. Heck, even n/a cars can benefit because the same method can be used to find vacuum leaks.
Revlimiter hooked me up big time with another set of gauges so I wanted to show off how awesome they look! I have a set of “Revolvers” in my other Miata with the white LED setup, this time it’s “Rocket” gauges with amber and I think they came out great. Head over to the Revlimiter site and check out all