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  • Fujimura Exhaust For 2016+ ND MX-5 Review

    There is an ancient proverb that says: “Loud Pipes Save Lives”. This is particularly true when your car looks invisible to most truck drivers. I’ve always had Miatas with aftermarket exhausts and never liked them to be ultra loud. In my NA, I was rocking the RS*R Invidia Exhaust (which had a slightly louder tone than stock, but with a much sportier sound). In my NB, I had the RS Factory Stage N-Zero2 Exhaust which was pretty silent until you hit full throttle. Those were some nice “feeling” mods as you could hear the engine as you pushed it. Read more
  • 5000 miles in a 2016 (Modified) ND MX-5 Miata

    If you followed my whole adventure: The Road(ster) Trip, you probably noticed that it was a LOT of mileage on a non-stock vehicle. The car is lowered (on coilovers), has wider tires, a loud exhaust, a few engine modifications, minimal chassis bracing and some comfort modifications. It’s not heavily modified, but it’s far from having the same feeling as the stock car, too. Read more
  • The (Road)ster Trip - Vermont & Home (The Final Part)

    After doing some sightseeing in Boston, I headed to my final USA destination: Burlington, Vermont (and then home, to Quebec, Canada). I was sad the awesome trip was coming to an end, but at the same time I was starting to feel that I deserved to sleep in a real bed. I was getting closer to it. Read more
  • The (Road)ster Trip – The carless experience

    At some point during the Roadster Trip, I had to take a little break from driving. For my own sanity. I’ve decided to share with you this part of my trip, as it was totally worth it. Read more
  • The (Road)ster Trip - Charleston

    First of all, I’d like to apologize about the lack of updates on the Roadster Trip. So, after a long ride from Atlanta, I did quick stop in Charleston. I decided to organize a very last minute meeting at Holy City Brewing. The weather was awesome, location was awesome, beer was awesome, cars were awesome but most importantly, the people were incredible! Read more
  • The (Road)ster Trip - Atlanta (Part II)

    On my way down to Texas, I stopped to Atlanta to have some parts installed at R-Speed. I didn’t do any meetings because I had a lot of work (emails) to take care of and I wasn’t ready to organize anything yet. I also knew I had to stop in the city again on my way back. Read more
  • The (Road)ster Trip - New Orleans

    After leaving Texas, I headed to New Orleans, Louisiana. I didn’t hold a car meeting up there for the simple reason that I wanted to have some kind of vacation/cultural stop during this trip. As many of you know, I am from Canada, more precisely Quebec. Quebec is the only French-speaking place in the whole of North America. Louisiana is an old French colony and I just wanted to see what it looked like. So this post will be a bit less “car related” than the others. Read more
  • The (Road)ster Trip - Houston & Austin

    After travelling 10 hours straight from Birmingham, Alabama towards Houston, Texas, I was super tired, but also ultra excited about my first ever REV9 Meeting. It was really an informal meeting that was set up a day or two before, so I didn’t expect much. Read more
  • The (Road)ster Trip – Atlanta & Birmingham

    After leaving Deal’s Gap (wish I could stay there all year long, the roads are just way too much fun), I headed to Atlanta, Georgia. The total trip before arriving to Atlanta at around 1900 miles on the car. Still running strong and sounding awesome. Read more
  • The (Road)ster Trip – Tail of the Dragon

    Here’s the blog post about my (probably) most exciting event of this whole trip : Miatas at the Gap. It was their 20th anniversary of the event and we were over 500 Miatas in that 11 mile with 316 curves. Let me tell you, it was amazing! It's a small coverage, simply because I tried to enjoy the thing more than having to think about making this blog post... Read more

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