Starting to like the NCs more and more as we get more members here driving them. I've had NAs and NBs, and they each have their merits. The 90-93 were the first and lightest of the breed, but Mazda continuously improved the cars. Luckily for us, almost all the newer parts can be bolted onto the earlier car's. You can actually bolt in the front and rear subframes of an 05' Mazdaspeed turbo car and put the engine and the entire drivetrain into a 1990 chassis. You could even put the dash from the Mazdaspeed in a 1990. I wouldn't as the passenger airbag adds 30+ pounds, but you could!
If you are looking to get on the track, contact JZilla about the Sunday May 5th track day at Atlanta Motorsports Park. There are still openings available and we'll have run groups from novice to expert, along with instruction available.
You'll find this site to be about the friendliest car site around, and we do gatherings fairly often. Help is just a post away, guy show up to help strangers all the time. Of course the promise of pizza and free beer, or soda depending on the wrench involved helps get things going.Welcome to the forum, make sure you get some pictures up of that NC, and let everyone know what you are looking for in that track car you are planning.
Red '91, MSM longblock/BEGI-FM hybrid turbo w/2871r/3"Enthuza/Hydra2.7/750cc/Ohlins/
RacingBrake11"BBK/SS HDDD/Nakamae everything/KGWorks/Zoom/Hope we're done soon!