What have you done to your Miata today?

CTt3P5

TAD
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2008 MX-5 SE
With the help of a Dremel, I was able to save a little piece of Emilia (my former NC). By sanding down the inner lip I was able to re-use the IL Motorsports brake fluid reservoir cap.

 

CTt3P5

TAD
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2008 MX-5 SE
Over the Labor Day weekend I gave him a wash and made some lighting changes. Installed the suite of CarbonMiata smoked LED units. They include the license plate lights, front and rear bumper markers and sequential side markers. I also installed their sequential rear turn signals. And in exciting news (to me anyway) the cool breeze scoop for the NC was a direct fit for the ND! :) Well, kinda sorta. The fit in the weather seal isn't as tight as it was on the NC but it didn't require any modification. I've been up to 55mph and it hasn't moved, let's see how it fares on the highway tomorrow.

Took advantage of some Labor Day sales and ordered LED front turn signals, an LED dome light and LED trunk light from TRS. Ordered some resistors from VLEDs for the front turn signals. For the engine bay I got the CravenSpeed oil dipstick handle and JBRs battery tie down and sill plates.

Ghost - Labor Day 2020.jpeg
Ghost - Labor Day 2020 2 - Cool Breeze Sccop.jpeg
 

CTt3P5

TAD
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2008 MX-5 SE
Of course I will take some pics. ;)

Installed the OEM cargo net. Smaller than the NC cargo net but big enough to hold what I need. Picked up a FSTB install kit as well so I can install my new-to-me Megan Racing FSTB.
 

chiefmg

MOTM July 2015
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'81 RX-7 GS, '00 Miata SE, '16 Camaro (wife's), '15 CX-5 GT AWD
Congratulations on the new ride Jeff. We're finally back in port so I can follow along what everyone else is doing. The most I have done for mine is ask the wife to start her up. Three more months before I can get back in the saddle.
 
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