Flyin Miata

FM sells many different kits, ranging from the Voodoo to the FM II. One unique thing about their kits is that they use all silicone intake piping for all kits (whether you see that as good or bad is an opinion). They start at about $3,000 and can work their way up to over 5. On the low end kits they use the voodoo box to trick the stock ecu into dumping more fuel under boost, different from BEGi's FPR approach. On the high end kits, FM uses the Hydra ECU.

Voodoo


Price:
~$3,000
Power:
~130 hp at 6 psi
Years:
1990-2005

This is FM's base kit for all miatas. It consists of a GT2560R or 2554R turbo, cast manifold, 2.5" down pipe, an intake, and a recycling blow off valve. For fuel, it uses FM's voodoo box, which modifies the signal to the ECU to lighten the injector pulse width to add fuel.

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Voodoo 2


Price:
~$3,345
Power:
~160 hp at 8 psi
Years:
1990-2005

This is the same as the Voodo kit but adds an intercooler and the necessary piping. I would highly recommend this kit over the Voodoo because the intercooler is a very important component to a turbocharger kit that greatly reduces intake temperatures and danger of knock. Also, with this kit you should consider a new stronger clutch.

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FM 2

The FM 2 if FM's upgrade from the original FM kit (too much FM thereā€¦). It is the flagship kit from FM, with plenty of room for more power if you have a built engine. These power levels will require a new clutch too, the stock one will not hold. Both kits include a choice of the GT2560R, 2554R, or 3071R turbo, intercooler and piping, cast manifold, 2.5" down pipe, recirculating blow off valve, and 550 cc injectors.

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FM 2 Link


Price:
~$5,295 (not sold anymore)
Power:
~230 to ~265 hp at 10 to 12 psi depending on your year.
Years:
1990-2005

The Link ECU was designed for the Miata, and is stand alone. It comes with a programming keypad, intake temperature sensor, and a knock sensor. It can do boost control, and with seriallink, it can do full datalogging. It has been replaced by the Hydra ECU.

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FM 2 Hydra


Price:
~$5,295
Power:
~230 to ~265 hp at 10 to 12 psi depending on your year.
Years:
1990-2005

Now FM's flagship ECU, the Hydra is very powerful. Some highlights are that it can run the 99-05 miatas, control VVT, internal data logging, individual cylinder fuel and ignition tuning, A/C control, 32x32 fuel and spark maps, and an integrated wideband sensor. It includes a air tempature sensor, wideband sensor, knock sensor, and all wiring.

Hydra EMS

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