Del Val Miata Club

Serving Miata Owners in the Delaware Valley Region

Greetings - Club Newbie

  • February 09, 2020 7:09 AM
    Message # 8735607
    Anonymous

    Greetings!   New to the area so I thought I would introduce myself.  I am car enthusiast... Bought a 2019 ND2 club / recaro / brembo last spring on an impulse.  (new power and telescoping steering finally got my attention)...  I've added some bling.   I'm about to work on some basic suspension tweaks.   I want to keep the stock "ride quality" but reduce some of the body roll.   Once Edelbrock makes a "proven" supercharger kit for the ND2 I may explore that.  (probably 2 years out)

    I have:

    Suede door panels and dash to match recaro seats

    "Suede" steering wheel

    Cravenspeed short throw shifter.

    LED turn signals and driving lights.

    Sound tube delete

    I am about to install:

    Wider rims (Enkei PFM1)

    Flyin Miata front and rear sway bars

    FOR THE RECORD....  I own a 2017 Shelby GT350 Mustang.  I just sold a 2010 Callaway Corvette.  I have had and still have several Mercedes, BMWs, Fords, others...   This little car is the THE MOST FUN I have ever had!  It's like a drug... Looking forward to meeting the club and sharing.  If you have any questions about the stuff I have added I am happy to share what I have learned.



  • February 21, 2020 11:51 AM
    Reply # 8762052 on 8735607

    Sounds like you’re ready for a track day. Unfortunately our club no longer sponsors any track events. But, happily there are other options. Let me know if you have an interest.

    Many people experienced with Vette’s, Mustangs & Porsche’s are pleasantly surprised by the fun driving experience these relatively  inexpensive but incredibly well engineered cars have to offer.

    Morris West

  • October 09, 2020 4:20 PM
    Reply # 9294715 on 8735607
    Anonymous

    hey! sick job on the car and happy to hear you're having a blast! 


    i put in a goodwin racing exhaust system in mind with new header and midpipe. i also bought the OFT tuner. the two together made the miata ride even sicker. hope to see you @ the next event and we can compare notes! 

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