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Fourth Gear
Posts: 276

« on: August 08, 2006, 06:27:46 PM »

Just to get to know one another better, follow the format of name, location, a little about yourself (brief) and a couple of your favorite pics:


Wallace Hattenhauer
Network Engineer, Business Owner (
Little Rock, AR

My first miata was an 02 SE (Titanium) that we bought salvage title on ebay for $9995.  It had 4301 miles on it.  My wife and I flew to Los Angeles and drove it back to Little Rock, AR.  I have been hooked ever since.  I sold the car 2 years later to buy my MSM.  Here is what it looked like when I sold it, and I sold it for $9995 with many happy miles on it!

Here is my baby in all her glory.  Hydra Nemesis Standalone, HKS EVC IV Electronic Boost Controller, Precision Polished Intercooler, Flyiin Miata Intake with Throttle Body pipe and GFB BOV, Full 3" Custom Turbo Back exhaust, no cat, Upgraded Mazda RX7 440CC injectors, Hard Dog HCDD roll bar, etc...

This is me:


Car sold to kujitsu on 03/08/2008
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Fifth Gear
Posts: 3918

« Reply #1 on: August 09, 2006, 07:52:00 AM »

wow i love the front end,I also like what you do for a living..

racing tire valve stem caps..
Fourth Gear
Posts: 315

compact car

« Reply #2 on: August 09, 2006, 04:01:27 PM »

WOW yea, where are people finding these front ends that look like S2000's???


Paul Fregeolle
D.O.B. 12-19-1988
Crofton, MD

My first car was a 99 sunlight silver miata, which I LOVED and unfortunately someone felt like taking that love from me by pulling in front of me.  About 6 months later (February 06) I got my mazdaspeed from a Lexus dealer in Richmond, VA.  Long drive to buy a car, but it was well worth it.  The 3 hour drive back was awesome, haha.  I'm looking to keep my MSM "JDM" style.  And most of my parts I'm going to have imported from Japan.  But that's basically me. Here is a pic of my old NB, then some of the MSM.

(like the stop sign I took out??? haha)


2004 TI MSM. # 1149. Forge BOV. Injen CAI. TEIN Basic Damper Coilover System. ACT Xtreme Pressure Plate and Street Disc.  Flyin' Miata Lightweight Aluminum Flywheel.  Mazdaspeed Seatbelt Pads.

Check out my profile on!
Alaskan MSM-GT
Fifth Gear
Posts: 738

last year in Hatcher Pass, Alaska of course

« Reply #3 on: August 09, 2006, 09:06:32 PM »

WoW Wallace I look like your S2000 style face and those rims! The rims set a machine look that goes with your tit gray.


There still is quite a few bits and pieces of my hide all over this site.

Should I stand? I think that is proper. okay. My name is Don and I am a recovering, sorry, wrong forum thread for I still reside in the secret section.

Friends catch my attention by stating the word Don. For years I thought people where simply expressing some sort of body pain.

I live and enjoy life to the fullest in the Great Land of Alaska. I am the owner/operator of the award winning radika and founder/president of team radika. radika's photo gallery is in need of updating for I do have some SWEET shots taken over this short Summertime and will labor to update soon. I have been a busy little camper enjoying radika's first Summer in Alaska. It has been swell! But as Summer draws to a finish I am looking forward to the Hard-top and ice studs in place once again.

I personally keep radika clean, shining and sharp! Which I am about off to do after radika's  last adventure taking the NAV and myself past Mount McKinley far into the interior of Alaska. I got it down to an art. radika only takes about a half an hour to restore her to showing style. Of course a complete detail does require a bit more time.

The crew at is the greatest for their good taste in cars and jus' for being real good people!

Later. oh the attached shot was taken last Saturday in Hatcher Pass.


2005 MX-5 Miata Mazdaspeed Edition. Velocity Red Mica
                 production number 1220/1428
Velocity Red Mica Hardtop, Mud Guards, Lamp Bezels.         
                            Touring Package
                    VRM-MSM-MOMO equipped
                     last update July 08, 2006
Fifth Gear
Posts: 1022

« Reply #4 on: August 10, 2006, 12:31:24 PM »

Hi, my name is Brian and I am a miataholic.   Tongue

Brian Heintzman
Level III Support Tech (I support healthcare software)
St Petersburg, FL

My first miata was a 10th Anniversary Edition, purchased in February 2004.  It was hit by a hurricane, an old man, and an idiot in an IS300 during 2004.  When I got it back from the body shop the last time, I went directly to the dealer and purchased my MSM.  I then sold the 10 AE.

My 10ae and MSM.

My MSM at the autox.

Video from the latest autox:

Video from Deal's Gap this year:

Current mods are Rota GT3s, 225/45/16 Hankook RS2s, Bilstein PSS9s, RB 1.25" tubular front ASB, disconnected rear ASB, AEM intake, Ebay intercooler, FM intake elbow, GFB BOV, MBC, FM DP, FM midpipe and muffler.  I also have a set of 15x8 ATS DTCs and kumho 225/50/15 v710s for autox.  I should be receiving my FM o2 signal modifier today.

2004 Ti MSM, Royal Black 16x7 Rota GT3s, Tien SS, RB front ASB, FM Exhaust, Ebay IC, AEM Intake, MBC
Microwaved Bacon
Leetface McPwn
Third Gear
Posts: 206

No more pwayboy bunny wabbits.

« Reply #5 on: August 11, 2006, 05:31:09 PM »

Hey, like school, only I won't have to get kicked out for what I have to say!

"Microwaved Bacon (Leetface McPwn)"
Jason Wright
VP Development ( We sell your stuff on eBay Wink
Carrollton, TX

My first Miata was an 04 Velocity Red MSM. It was my first Miata after my 10AE RX-7. My friend has a '96 and I liked it, so to replace the 7, I got the MSM. I would've gotten an older model, but I couldn't resist. The MSM felt just like the RX-7 when I got in and test drove it, down to the color of the gauge and cd player lights.

My RX-7:
I seem to have lost all my pictures of it :\ I guess they're not in my album anymore either... D:

The MSM:

My favorite pic of it is this, however:

Mods: FM Full Intake Kit (GFB BOV, MBC, Intake, TB Pipe), Faze Boost Gauge.

I guess I didn't forget anything.


Born on 03/15/04
Build #1579
Velocity Red

Mods: Flyin' Miata Complete Intake Kit, Faze Boost Gauge
Back in Boostness
Fifth Gear
Posts: 572

Had to have 4 doors.

« Reply #6 on: August 29, 2006, 08:47:58 PM »

Osiris is: Damien
From San Antonio, Texas.
Chef/F&B Manager
This is my first Miata.

I'd never thought I'd ever own one of these things. First time I drove a Mazdaspeed Miata was also the second time ever driving a Miata period. I thought them to be cute little quirkmobiles but never gave them much more attention to that until I got into autocrossing and started seeing them kick mucho ass. Needless to say I was curious. Then came my first Mazda Rev-it-up challenge. I drove a VR MSM around their little "not over 30 mph" course and I admit I kinda liked it.
Well, about a year later and I'm in my local Ford store about to buy a cherry yellow 2004 Mustang Mach 1. I loved the damn thing and just HAD to have it. Anyhow, my salesman, if you can believe this, tells me I need to look into this "deal" he just got on a new Mazdaspeed Miata. "7 grand off sticker!" he says, and shows me his new ride ( he's since sold it ). Well, I took the bait. He lost the sale this time, but you can bet anyone who would rather see me get a smokin' deal than make him money is a good salesperson to know, I've since had my dad buy a new truck from him and I call him first when anyone else in my family thinks of a new vehicle, whether they're in this state or not!
Anyhow, back to the car....I was hooked. I fell in love with the bugger from the drive home. Since then, I've learned to love most of it and hate others, which is to be expected. I don't see this car as a car one should drive 40 miles per day 5-6 days a week, especially in South Texas heat. Luckily, that little snail keeps me entertained just enough to tolerate it. dancenana

I'm sure I'll move on to other things, but I'll confess I'll never forget this little car and fun I've had with it. Mazda built one hell of a car here.

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2006 Mazdaspeed 6 GT

2003 SVT Focus
# 2822 of 3985
SCT Tuned
Fifth Gear
Posts: 615

"is that FWD?"

« Reply #7 on: September 15, 2006, 03:49:13 AM »

Draz AKA Jay
From Old Tappan, NJ. (northern nj)
Student, part time worker, and currently in the academy for special police

My first car was a 1987 300zx... o how i miss it, but my MSM > it

2.5" catback exhaust with Test pipe, and no resonator, K&N intake, Tokico handeling package (springs and shocks)

When i first got my Z.. no mods

Dirty engine

I then sold my Z for $3000 and i used that money as the down payment on my MSM

My MazdaSpeed Mod List:
FM Downpipe
ETS ShortRam Intake
Manual Boost Controller
Autometer Boost Guage
Moss HighFlow Grill
HardDog Duece RollBar
Enkei RSV 17x7.5
Toyo T1-R 215x45x17

Soon to come:
Forged BoV or HKS SSQV BoV
3.63 Rear end
Hydra ECU if Reflash never happens
550 CC injectors
TB inlet pipe

First time i washed the car

Bent my rims and i just so happened to need new tires also... so i saved my money and bought aftermarket Enkei RSV wrapped in Toyo T1-Rs (saved about 500)

Enthuza XR

HardDog Duece Roll Bar and ETS FMIC

Ill soon have a Video up of all the new mods and some fun twisties... hope you like


322whp 313wtq
Third Gear
Posts: 137

« Reply #8 on: September 17, 2006, 11:26:38 PM »

Plano, TX.
Video Editor/Post Production Manager

This is my First Miata and it has been a blast,I have never Modded a car until now and I realize that it is a never ending road.
Pretty much Stock

Nice Night Shot at a local meet

I will try to get a pick up of the engine bay with the TDR Intercooler and Intake set up for everyone too

'05 Lava Orange #601/1428
Moddified by TDR
Fifth Gear
Posts: 559

« Reply #9 on: September 23, 2006, 07:49:46 PM »

Have had my MSM for since Aug. '05 and love the car more than ever!  smitten

Here's my baby, pretty much stock:

Minor mods include custom Mazdaspeed seat covers (by Wet Okole), Racing Beat Turbo exhaust, and Forge Motorsport DV (not shown):


'04 MSM Velocity Red Mica
First Gear
Posts: 3

« Reply #10 on: June 14, 2007, 12:29:13 AM »

Tim Boyden
"The IT Guy"
Woonsocket, RI

Here is a quick picture of my new 2004 Ti Grey Mazdaspeed, purchased 6/9/2007 with 4700 miles. Production #1507.

This is my first convertible sports car, it was a choice between this and a 2000 BMW Z3 with 70k miles. I think I made the right choice! The wife was kind enough to let me trade the POS Chevy Colorado pick-up for the Mazdaspeed. I look forward to many years with this baby and hopefully will be able to add some mods, not that it needs much more than stock!


'04 MSM Ti Grey
Build #1507
Maduh Guinea pig.
Fifth Gear
Posts: 3991

Herp Derp.

« Reply #11 on: May 08, 2013, 09:28:13 PM »

Yup. Just to make SMR angry(lol not really), bringing back this thread!


I ment for my sn to be Mazduh, but I misspelled it so now it's Maduh! LOL. Mazduh is what I go by on most other forums.

I'm from South Chicago. I'm a software consultant for a healthcare company.

Bought my msm in June of 2010.

Most recent photos:

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RIP #361 05' Black Mica Mazdaspeed mx-5, swap in progress to 1999 Miata Base. Follow my build thread here:
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