SOLD: 1994 NASA Spec Miata

Posted: November 18, 2013 in Racing

I’m happy to say the car is SOLD and going to a new NASA driver in the region!

I’m taking part of next year off and building a new car so I’m putting my Spec Miata up for sale.  The car has been maintained and built mainly by Jesse Prather Motorsports of Topeka, KS.  He’s a NASA Certified Tech shop as well and a Mazda go to guy for Spec Miatas.  The car is in ready to race condition.

74 at MPH

1994 Mazda Miata with 161k miles on it. Carfax shows no significant wreck in its lifetime. Spec Miata rules compliant car as per NASA Spec Miata 2013 Rules (2014 Rules should be released in January 2014 but no significant changes should affect the car). Car was built to SM rules in early 2012 and was used to compete in NASA Central Region finishing 2nd in 2012 and 4th in 2013. The car has won several races and frequently is on the podium. Car maybe titled in your state as all the lights work on it.  It has been maintained and prepared each season by Jesse Prather Motorsports in Topeka, KS (JPM). JPM is a NASA Tech Shop and a Mazda guru.  Car has also not been wrecked or hit so it is in good body shape. Price is $8,500 for the car as is – as with any racecar significantly more was spend building and improving it.

Engine

  • Rebuilt stock motor February 2012 by RennsportKC
  • March 2013 had full head rebuild with competition prep including flowbench / new lifters & valves / valve job & grind by JPM.
  • March 2013 dyno tune at JPM
  • Fuel Test Port
  • 5x Adjustable Fuel Pressure Regulator
  • Mishimoto Oversized radiator with stock fan45mm restrictor plate (spec for 1994 Miata)
  • Springfield Dyno Exhaust
  • Shift Light
  • Mechanical Oil Pressure Gauge
  • The engine uses about 1/2 a quart of oil in a 60 minute session.
  • Odyssey PC680 battery

Drivetrain

  • Rebuilt Transmission 2012 (no grinds)
  • Torsen LSD Rear End
  • 4:30 Final Drive
  • SS Flex Clutch Line
  • Recent clutch slave cylinder
  • ACT Competition Clutch (holds great – no slippage < 2 years old)
  • 1 Set of TR Motorsports SM Wheels (13 lbs each) with Toyo RRs with 3 weekends on them.

Suspension & Brakes

  • Full Spec Miata Suspension kit with coilover kit, springs, sway bars / endlinks and recently rebuilt (March 2013) Bilstein shocks
  • Fat Cat Motorsports Bump Stop Kit
  • ’99 Miata Top Hats (maximizes camber)
  • Shift Light
  • 2350 minimum weight with driver
  • Hawk DTC 60 Fronts & HPS Rear Pads (1 race season – may need to be replaced)
  • SS lines with ATE Super Blue
  • Brake calipers greased and prepped in March 2013
  • e-brake disabled

Safety

  • Shutoff Switch
  • Miatacage with dual NASCAR bars (installed by JPM in 2012)
  • Transmission tunnel notchout panel modification which moves the driver seat more inside of car (installed by JPM in 2012)
  • G-Force FIA pull down 6 point belts (good for 3 more years)
  • G-Force Window Net (2013 webbing date so good for several more years)
  • Ultrashield Spec Miata 17″ wide seat with backseat brace and custom seat mounts (installed by Jesse Prather) (I can remove the seat and reduce price by $250 if you want a different seat).
  • Right Side Net

Other

  • Hardtop (freshly painted white to better reflect heat in summer)
  • Momo Steering Wheel with 2″ spacer and ring type quick release
  • Driver mini window NACA duct
  • Locking Aerocatch hood pins in front
  • Front & Rear Tow Hooks
  • Steering wheel hook on passenger side
  • 17″ Mirror
  • Windows with window mounts so you can secure car / lock.
  • Current NASA Logbook

The new owner will want to get a preseason racecar prep and 2014 Annual.

Photos

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Comments
  1. Guy says:

    Can you email me back and let me know if you still have this car.

    Guyf@surf-fire.com

    Thanks

    Guy

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