Race Prepped Miata with Trailer and F-150

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Fauxrari Guy
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Race Prepped Miata with Trailer and F-150

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Race Car and Trailer
For sale as a package or separately
Link to more pictures and details on Microsoft OneDrive.

https://1drv.ms/f/s!AkWxtUw1yyyq0SsDTq- ... L?e=GdCg66



Professionally built and maintained, fully sorted racer built on a 1990 Miata NA chassis.
• 160 HP motor built by Keegan Engineering. Two tunes available, one for the full 160 HP and one to meet the 140 HP max for Miata Super Cup. Tuned for E85.
• New, never used set of Konig Hexagram rims with never driven 225/45/15 Hankook Ventus RS4s mounted. Plus 6 more rims with used Ventus mounted.
• Spare freshly rebuilt (by RM Motorsports) 5 speed transmission.
• Completely professionally rewired, including wiring for an AiM MXG Dash Logger, SmartyCam, and GPS antennae. AiM hardware available but not included.
• 2 track days on new Xida shocks
• Top quality safety equipment.
• Momo passenger seat
• Coolsuit system with cooler, mount and shirt, car is wired for it. Everything you need
• Helmet cooling fan, not installed yet.
• Spare set of Centric rotors and G-Loc pre-bedded pads for the front

+ $1,500 with Aim MXG Dash Logger, SmartyCam, and GPS antennae

Customized Carson Car Hauler
Trailer - 19’ long, 8’ 5” wide
Bed – 15’ long, 6’ 11” wide, 18” above ground
Tire rack and rack for 6 5gallon fuel jugs
20,000 total miles

Lockable Tire Rack
• 80” total height from the ground
• Rack begins 10’ 3” from rear of trailer
• 3’ from bed to bottom of the tire shelf
• Tire shelf is 83” wide and 17” long front to rear

Lockable saddles for 6 5 gallon fuel jugs in 11” x 12” pockets. Jugs included with the trailer.

• Electric brakes on one rear axle.
• “Dropped” axles that lower the bed 4 or 5 inches.
• A “dovetail” bend in the deck in the rear that lowers the loading height even further.
• It is extra wide as well, making it easier to load and unload the car.
• Professional rewiring with LED lights all around.
• Replaced the original deck lumber with pressure treated wood that will last forever.
• Welded reinforcements for the tie down D rings in the rear.
• Cut the left fender so the top part is removeable.
• Spare tire, never used.
• A winch mount at the front. I have a SuperWinch winch available that I never mounted.

Or $14,000 for the car, trailer, and AiM data stuff all together
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