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We've been tempted to change the name of our Project Mazdaspeed Protege to "Project Perplexing." That's because it's always nearly impossible to know what'll happen when the wrenches start turning. Seemingly simple procedures often take gargantuan efforts, and
Expectation can be a dangerous thing, especially with tuning. We admit we had high expectations for Project Mazdaspeed Protege, as we had it serviced at Mazda's Tech Center. The service included the usual checks, a new windshield and a reflashing of the ECU. A
Evan Griffey –
Apr 9, 2004
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I’m sure you’ve noticed that we talk quite a bit about modernizing older chassis here at Super Street Network, and for good reason. By far the most popular group of cars to own and modify, at least within our demographic, come from the late ‘80s to ‘00 era, and with 20 to 30 years on