Nanner is a 1992 Sunburst Yellow Miata that I have owned since 2001. You can check out the latest build posts below, start at the very beginning by clicking right HERE, or jump to the beginning of the V6 swap by clicking right HERE.

Latest Build Posts

Throttle cable modification

The throttle cable needs some mods to work.  First is the throttle body side.  You need to cut off both the rubber piece, and the metal bushing that slides in to it. Once those are out of the way, it bolts right up. With this done, you quickly realize the cable is about 3 inches…

Sway bar reinstall

Even after a good cleaning, my 13 year old Flyin Miata front sway bar is looking pretty sad. What should have been a 5 minute step in my reassembly turned in to hours.  Even though I thought I had done a good job bagging and labeling bolts, I just could not find 2 of the…

More wiring and reassembly

I got the passanger side engine bay wiring wrapped this weekend, along with reinstalling the headlights, fans, and radiator overflow.  The oem overflow is nasty looking.  It will do for now, but I am looking at aftermarket options.  If I can’t find anything I like, I may just get a new oem one.

Out of the Rabbit hole

The harness work under the dash didn’t end up being so bad.  It was time consuming work that left my fingers sticky and sore, but I managed to get all of the unneeded Mazda wires that go to the passanger side completely removed from the harness.  What was left was rapped up and reattached to…