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SPS Motorsport

Post by Guido@SPS » Thu Jun 27, 2019 12:40 am

Dear community,

I am Guido from SPS Motorsport and I would like to introduce you to our program.

We are the largest MX-5 tuner in Germany. We do not only convert vehicles for the road but also do a lot of racing.
Racing cars with partly over 500hp have already left our workshop and reached podium places in various races.

Here you can get some impressions:

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You can also follow us via social media:
https://facebook.com/SPSMotorsport
https://instagram.com/spsmotorsport

Greetings
Guido from SPS

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Re: SPS Motorsport

Post by Guido@SPS » Fri Jun 28, 2019 9:15 pm

The next days I will show some cool customer projects. I hope You'll like it. ;)

Here you can see a bit of everyday workshop life. This ND got a BBR GTi turbo kit. The car now makes 240hp. It also got 949 racing rims with semi-slicks, a big-brake-upgrade, an Öhlins suspension and an anti-rollbar from H&R. The car drives really well.

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Re: SPS Motorsport

Post by Guido@SPS » Mon Jul 01, 2019 7:22 pm

One customer brought us his car to get a suspension adjustment with his new rims, tires and our coilover.
We like this setup. The car has a sporty look.

Setup: Enkei RPF1 8x16 with 38mm offset on Yokohama Advan AD08R 225/45 R16 and our SPS coilover for the ND

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Re: SPS Motorsport

Post by Simonmx5 » Fri Jul 05, 2019 6:24 pm

That ND looks great on the RPF1 wheels!

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Re: SPS Motorsport

Post by Guido@SPS » Tue Jul 16, 2019 12:31 am

It really does! ;)

This a good example for a really tough build! We made the car ready for Time Attack races, but the car is still allowed to drive on street.

Some specs:
1.6L forged Block with an EFR 6258 turbocharger (330hp)
full 3" exhaust with HJS catalytic converter
Competition Clutch Stage 3 Clutch
Megasquirt MS2 pnp
6-speed manual gearbox
Kaaz LSD
Engine-, gearbox- and differential cooling
BC Racing ER-series suspension
K-Sport 6-piston 286mm big brake upgrade
Nankang AR-1 205/50 R15
Sparco Sprint seats with Sparco 4-point harness
Full roll over protection system
Nardi steering wheel
ATI damper

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Re: SPS Motorsport

Post by Guido@SPS » Fri Jul 19, 2019 10:09 pm

Last weekend we had another TimeAttack run. The cars performed really well. We also had a special car there to test. ;) A Ferrari F40 LM. We maintain the car since last year.

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Re: SPS Motorsport

Post by Guido@SPS » Wed Aug 07, 2019 9:00 pm

Hey guys, we have new seats in our shop ND. We also found a bracket solution to mount several Recaro seats in the ND.

And finally our webshop is available in english.

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Re: SPS Motorsport

Post by Guido@SPS » Fri Aug 09, 2019 7:43 pm

Last weekend we had another TimeAtttack run, this time at the "Reisbrennen".

We had some issues with the white NA and the green NB:
The white NA got another Turbo, a Borg Warner EFR 7670. At 1.5bar the fuel pressure got to low so we have to upgrade the fuelpump.
The green NB got problems with the ignition. We have to change the sparkplugs to a higher heat value.

But the rest of our cars performed pretty well and we saw many other MX-5 on the track. We are happy to MX-5s on the racetrack.

Some impressions:

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Re: SPS Motorsport

Post by Guido@SPS » Fri Aug 30, 2019 7:36 pm

We had a customer here for a budget turbo conversion with a TD04 turbocharger on a 1.6L engine producing 220hp. Cool and clean looking car with some nice parts installed.

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Re: SPS Motorsport

Post by Guido@SPS » Mon Sep 23, 2019 9:53 pm

Here we have one of our biggest customer projects this year. A MX-5 ND RF with a Rocket Bunny kit and turbo conversion. A stunning car...

- Rocket Bunny kit
- Work Rims
- Nankang AR-1
- SPS coilover customized
- BBR GTi turbo conversion
- Zymexx exhaust
- CAE shortshifter
- Recaro Pole Position seats

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If You have questions about the car or something different, just ask me. ;)

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Re: SPS Motorsport

Post by Guido@SPS » Fri Sep 27, 2019 9:30 pm

This year the world is celebrating 30 years of Mazda MX-5. So Mazda Germany had the idea to pay tribute by braking a record.
The idea was to drive as many corners as possible in 12 hours. The perfect job for a MX-5 NA.

So Mazda Germany came to us to get a red NA 1.6L prepared for the record. The limit was the power of the engine had to be stock.

So we installed these parts:
- engine oil cooling kit
- 6 speed transmission with gearbox oil cooling kit
- miataroadster short shifter
- Torsen-LSD with differential oil cooling kit
- SPS roll bar
- Sparco steering wheel
- Sparco Sprint seats
- Schroth racing 4-point harness
- StopTech 4-piston 286mm Big Brake Kit
- BC Racing ER-series suspension
- ATS DTC 15" rims
- Mishimoto radiator
- Competition Clutch Flywheel and Stage 3 Clutch
- custom exhaust
- custom rallye headlights

Then they set the record in the austrian alps. Mazda Germany also produced a YouTube series about that record. We are very proud to be part of that whole operation.

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s79TXUR ... -n&index=5

Press: http://japanesenostalgiccar.com/mazda-m ... -12-hours/

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Re: SPS Motorsport

Post by Guido@SPS » Wed Oct 02, 2019 3:02 am

This is the car of a good friend of our company. The look of the car is really cool, but the engine is a tough one.

A BP block, reamed to 2 liters with an individual throttle body, race header, adjustable camshaft gears, race camshafts, revving to 8600rpm producing 230hp.
The sound the engine produces, is incredible! It screams like a race car! I think the owner, Jean Claudio Flensberg, has a good taste. ;)

Parts:
- 2.0L reamed BP block
- ARP head stud kit
- JE pistons 85.5mm
- K1 conrods
- ACL bearings
- adjustable camshaft gears
- race camshafts
- Supertech valves with Supertech valve spring kit
- Jenvey ITB
- engine oil cooling kit
- Racingbeat exhaust header
- Mishimoto radiator
- BC-Racing coilover
- Nardi deep corn steering wheel
- Recaro Profi SPG seats
- Takata harness
- SPS Extreme rollover bar
- Rota Kyuasha 8x15 0mm offset
- Nankang NS-2R 195/50R15

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YouTube:
https://youtu.be/jD34UuNXKuk

https://youtu.be/NC-b44-4vQM

Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/naughtymiata/

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Re: SPS Motorsport

Post by Guido@SPS » Fri Oct 04, 2019 9:48 pm

This is one of the toughest conversions we ever made. A 2.5L V6 KL swap with an ITB. We had many issues with the car until it was ready to go on the street. But at the end we solved every problem and now the car runs fine. The block is bored from 2.5L to 2.6L equipped with Wiseco pistons and K1 conrods, main and conrod bearings are Toga high performance bearings. The head got solid cam followers with different camshaft and an individual throttle body. The engine produces 250hp with an airbox on the ITB and 300hp without the airbox.

Specs:
- 2.6L KL
- Wiseco pistons
- K1 conrods
- Toga high performance main and conrod bearings
- Catcams camshafts
- solid cam followers
- custom ITB
- custom airbox
- mishimoto radiator
- BC Racing BR-series coilover
- DIY microsquirt ECU
- Rota RKR 8x15" 10mm offset rims

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YouTube:
https://youtu.be/0dfFEtwMids

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Re: SPS Motorsport

Post by Guido@SPS » Tue Oct 08, 2019 1:24 am

This 10th-anniversary NB got in our workshop because on our last trackday in Anneau Du Rhin the timing belt got destroyed by some dirt of the track.

We supposed the valves also got broken because of other camshafts and higher compression, but luckily nothing else got broken.

It is a 1.8L bored to 2.0L with an ITB and very aggressive camshafts. On the dyno it produces 230 natural aspirated horsepower at 7800rpm.
Because of that power and a shorter final drive in combination with a 6-speed gearbox and a shortshifter it is really much fun to drive. :D

Specs:
- 1.8L BP bored to 2.0L with 85.5mm pistons
- Jenvey ITB
- Mishimoto X-Line radiator for Honda Civic
- Reverie RH carbon airbox with custom ram-air hose
- König K 5000 seats
- OZ Ultraleggera 15 inch

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Re: SPS Motorsport

Post by Guido@SPS » Wed Oct 09, 2019 11:30 pm

This is a really nice sleeper setup. A 1.8L NA with a GT3071R turbocharger producing more than 350hp.
The owner doesn't want a rollover bar because he wants to keep the sleeper look.

Specs:
- 1.8L BP bored for 84.5mm Wiseco pistons
- K1 conrods
- ACL main- and rod bearings
- Boundary stage 2 oilpump
- ARP head stud kit
- Garret GT3071R turbocharger
- ATI Superdamper
- SPS oil cooling kit
- Mishimoto radiator
- Skid Nation reroute kit
- 6-speed gearbox
- MiataRoadster short shifter
- StopTech BBK 280mm
- Rota Strike 8x15 20mm offset with Nankang AR-1
- CanChecked Display universal 2.8"

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YouTube:
https://youtu.be/DX4rvrRTUKQ

Best regards
Guido from SPS

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