I went to install the Clutch, pressure plate, throwout bearing, and pilot bearing next. This lead to an imediate issue, as it turns out that the pilot bearing installs from the back of the flywheel. The Flywheel was removed, pilot bearing was installed, flywheel was reinstalled, clutch disk was installed, and pressure plate was installed. The clutch disk is for a 1.8 Miata, while the flywheel and pressure plate are Honda B Series.
Next the new throwout bearing was installed. I believe it is also from a Honda B Series. The tabs need to be bent in a little to work with the Miata transmission.
Prior transmission test fits were done without the water manifold in place. Now that it is installed, I needed to trim the top of the Miata transmission to clear the bottom of the thermostat housing.
The Clutch slave install in the stock location on the transmission, but you need to use 2 spacer provided with the kit to clear the engine. I had to also pick up a pair of longer bolts (not included with kit) to get it to bolt on.
The Clutch and brake masters were reinstalled and the clutch system was bled.