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« on: October 11, 2016, 04:00:12 PM »

Activity in our new home seems to be on the up-swing, so maybe this isn't really needed?? However, I thought I would make it "official" - I'm not checking this site with any frequency, so if you want input from '95MSM, go post on miata.net and watch for comments from Sunless in Seattle.
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'05 running gear + '95 body
3.63 ring & pinion FM content: Blouch compressor mod, FM-Link, i/c & no-MAF intake.   BEGi: Stainless SGDP w/ metal core performance cat.   Custom stuff: Compressor clocked downward w/ new i/c pipe, big radius throttle elbow, 2.5" mid-pipe w/ Hushpower II, dual 2" axle-back w/ open Supertrapps, Toyota 4 pc cop ignition

245.2 whp on default FM-Link maps (with OEM midpipe)
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« Reply #1 on: October 11, 2016, 10:26:54 PM »

I'm right behind you!  I'll be the new Hydra owner with a million questions in the land of (I think) mostly MS owners/lovers!  We'll see how things go  Smiley

I'm MSM5 over there.
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Rest of FM LE kit + FM radiator and stage II fan in boxes awaiting installation
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« Reply #2 on: October 11, 2016, 10:50:55 PM »

You'll want to take advantage of the forum area

ECUs, ECU Tuning and Programming

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Larry

4 Miatas but who's counting!!   Cool

White Knight    1991 Crystal White   #99 CSP
Silver Bullet     1992 Silverstone     #17 SM2  FM I+ Turbo  (Gone but not forgotten)
Honey B          1992 Sunburst Yellow #99 SM2 J.R. M45
Whooosh         2004 Titanium MazdaSpeed MX5  #403 of 4000
Subie              2006 Steel Gray WRX STi Cobb Stage 2 (Gone but not forgotten)
No name yet    2008 Velocity Yellow Tintcoat Z06 Corvette
No Name yet    2014 Ashen Grey Metallic Camaro 2SS 1LE

“There are only three sports: mountain climbing, bull fighting, and motor racing. All the rest are merely games.”
– Ernest Hemingway
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« Reply #3 on: October 12, 2016, 12:47:34 AM »

You'll want to take advantage of the forum area

ECUs, ECU Tuning and Programming



Yep, lots of reading ahead...  Although everything runs surprisingly well with the base map, just some occasional hunting on idle that I need to address.  I wish Hydra had a printable manual instead of the menu-driven links on their website to make it easier to read, but I'll start there to get a good understanding of the basics and then move on to the threads.

A quick tangent: although I had read a lot about LE and Hydra, I am still amazed how different the car is now than 6 weeks ago when it was bone stock.  Since I installed the LE components and Hydra at the same time and didn't drive the car while I was installing everything, I am not sure which components contributed to what part of the performance, all I know is that it's a completely different car now!  If they had delivered it like this from the factory (OK, sans all the intake noises), this car would have been flying off the dealer lots!
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2005 VR MSM, #1254 of 1428
FM exhaust
Rest of FM LE kit + FM radiator and stage II fan in boxes awaiting installation
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« Reply #4 on: October 12, 2016, 01:04:21 AM »

The intake is the biggest single HP increase.  My car went from 154HP at the wheels to 193 when I installed it.

Hydra has no printed manual anymore???  When I had my 2.6 you could print one from the website.
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Larry

4 Miatas but who's counting!!   Cool

White Knight    1991 Crystal White   #99 CSP
Silver Bullet     1992 Silverstone     #17 SM2  FM I+ Turbo  (Gone but not forgotten)
Honey B          1992 Sunburst Yellow #99 SM2 J.R. M45
Whooosh         2004 Titanium MazdaSpeed MX5  #403 of 4000
Subie              2006 Steel Gray WRX STi Cobb Stage 2 (Gone but not forgotten)
No name yet    2008 Velocity Yellow Tintcoat Z06 Corvette
No Name yet    2014 Ashen Grey Metallic Camaro 2SS 1LE

“There are only three sports: mountain climbing, bull fighting, and motor racing. All the rest are merely games.”
– Ernest Hemingway
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« Reply #5 on: October 12, 2016, 01:20:34 AM »


Hydra has no printed manual anymore???  When I had my 2.6 you could print one from the website.


Nope.  But all the help docs are in the app, so they're available offline.  And they're searchable.  Much better than the website.
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2004 VR Sport: FM Big Enchilada w/ Hydra 2.7 + DeatschWerks 700cc injectors + FM crossflow rad + 3.63 rear gears + ES poly diff bushings + comp motor mounts--Koni Sports + Ground Control 550/375 + Racing Beat 1.125" bar + blocks & bolts--Wilwood/AX6 brakes--15x8 6ULs + RE-71Rs--Speedhut + Clearwaters + Auxmod + other misc electrics
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« Reply #6 on: October 12, 2016, 02:00:01 PM »


Hydra has no printed manual anymore???  When I had my 2.6 you could print one from the website.


Sign of the times im afraid.
I cant even remember the last time Flyin Miata sent me a catalog.
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Previous MSM: 2004 TI; FM LE; Falken FK452s

Current MSM: GT Mica;
SUSPENSION/TRANSMISSION: 215/45/17 Pilot Super Sports; Tein Street Advance Coilovers; FM Happy Meal Level 1 System; GarageStar door bushings; MR short shifter
ENGINE: FM Wiseco Pistons; Carrillo A rods; ARP studs; ATI Super Damper; Mazdaspeed competition motor mounts; oversized intake valves, oversized Inconel exhaust valves, ACL Race bearings , FM valve springs; 700CC Deatschwerks injectors:  NGK plugs; Magnecor 8.5s .
PERFORMANCE UPGRADES: Upgraded Blouche turbo, FM Intake, FM full Exhaust, FM Intercooler
ECU: Hydra 2.7
MISCELLANEOUS:  Autometer Boost Gauge; Audiovox CCS-100 cruise control, Motorcraft transmission fluid, Mobil 1 differential fluid, Castrol Platinum Synthetic Motor oil.

DYNOPACK RESULTS:
WHP: 256 @ 6141 rpm
TORQUE (lb/ft): 267.0 @ 4105 rpm
BOOST (PSI): 15.46 @ 4120 rpm
                     14.00 @ 3750 rpm

My MSM: Street...with attitude. Smiley
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« Reply #7 on: October 12, 2016, 03:41:30 PM »

^^ The FM catalog is not welcome at my house. Something about looking through it in bed and going "oh, baby, that looks hot" too many times.
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'05 running gear + '95 body
3.63 ring & pinion FM content: Blouch compressor mod, FM-Link, i/c & no-MAF intake.   BEGi: Stainless SGDP w/ metal core performance cat.   Custom stuff: Compressor clocked downward w/ new i/c pipe, big radius throttle elbow, 2.5" mid-pipe w/ Hushpower II, dual 2" axle-back w/ open Supertrapps, Toyota 4 pc cop ignition

245.2 whp on default FM-Link maps (with OEM midpipe)
SilverMiataRacer
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« Reply #8 on: October 12, 2016, 04:50:46 PM »

^^ The FM catalog is not welcome at my house. Something about looking through it in bed and going "oh, baby, that looks hot" too many times.

Bahahahahaaaaaaa     laugh laugh laugh laugh laugh
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Larry

4 Miatas but who's counting!!   Cool

White Knight    1991 Crystal White   #99 CSP
Silver Bullet     1992 Silverstone     #17 SM2  FM I+ Turbo  (Gone but not forgotten)
Honey B          1992 Sunburst Yellow #99 SM2 J.R. M45
Whooosh         2004 Titanium MazdaSpeed MX5  #403 of 4000
Subie              2006 Steel Gray WRX STi Cobb Stage 2 (Gone but not forgotten)
No name yet    2008 Velocity Yellow Tintcoat Z06 Corvette
No Name yet    2014 Ashen Grey Metallic Camaro 2SS 1LE

“There are only three sports: mountain climbing, bull fighting, and motor racing. All the rest are merely games.”
– Ernest Hemingway
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