July 14th, 2012 — Parts Review
Just look at it.
A review of Project-G’s new leather goods, a shift boot and vintage-fit brake boot. Be warned, there’s a lot of gushing.
I’ve not done an install and parts review for a while. I figured it was about time. And I’ve got a good one. The brand new Track Dog Racing Radical air splitter for NA Miatas with the factory airdam.
May 7th, 2012 — Parts Review
Lug nuts that is. I found myself with a ton of them and thought I’d take some pix and write about it. And, of course, play with my toys.
Need to roll your fender lips to fit some wider tires? Found a cool “JDM” fender roller on the intartoobz and wonder how it works? Check inside. I’m not holding anything back with this review.
Sharka has worn leather shift and brake boots since the early days. I bought his original leather goods from PBC (Performance Buyer’s Club) back in 2000. Those two little leather pieces have been in constant use ever since.
That’s a long time for a leather shift boot to last.
My combination install / review of the Project-G G-String bikini top for NA and NB Mazda Miatas. Spoiler alert: You want this top.
In hopes of adding a little security to my Roadster, I’ve added a Works Bell quick release. And I took a whole ton of photos of it!
December 10th, 2010 — Parts Review
I wanted something to go with my RS Factory Stage front tow hook, and this beauty made by ClubRoadster sponsor RyokuRob was the object of my desire.
I picked up and installed a pair of these FM shock spacers a while ago. Didn’t get around to posting about it till a couple of months later. Perhaps they’re not as exciting to me as a Japanese tail light panel or new turbo parts. Or maybe I’m sad that I’m admitting defeat and raising Sharka slightly. For whatever the reason, I’ve been putting off this blog post.
This is no fault of the shock spacers themselves. They work GREAT.