I finally received the Flyin Miata full intake system. It consists of a open air intake, new throttle body inlet tube, GFB blow of valve, recirculated and a manual boost controller. All the tubing in the intake is polished stainless steel.
I had the intake installed for about a month and decided to remove just the intake part of the kit. I took the old intake, shown above left, and removed the vacum tube from the left pipe of the two silver pipes and welded it into the charged pipe wich is the right pipe in the picture on the right. After that I had a nice half inch hole in the left side pipe where the 1/4" nipple was originally so I welded in a small flat pice of steel and smoothed everything with JB Quick then sanded it really smooth. After that I sprayed the entire set up with three coats of primer and followed that with three coats of grey w/metal flake paint. To my delight it is a near perfect match to the mazda grey already under the hood.
My goal in this exercise was to eliminate the excess noise that the open air intake made but still keep a majority of the pricey intake I had just purchased and I must say the car feels better in this form than it did with the open air intake. It quiet, smooth and pools hard, and the wife is a-lot happier. Did I mention that is the main reason for all of this?