Item Number: 13-16600
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Flyin` Miata stage 2 suspension kit
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Stock alert: Tokico is looking for a new distributor in the US. Until they find one, the shocks are not available. We do not currently have a timeframe for a delivery time on these shocks. If you place an order, we will not charge your card until we have inventory we can ship.
Our FM springs, FM sway bars and Tokico adjustable shocks were designed to work together. It`s what we use as our baseline for ride and handling - a suspension that can be driven on the interstate, on a daily commute and ripping around Laguna Seca. The sway bars let the car corner flatter and let you easily adjust the handling balance of the car, while the springs and shocks work together to keep the body under control. Every Miata will be happier with a Stage 2 suspension.
How much will this kit lower your car? We can`t tell you, because Mazda changed the ride height of Miatas over the years. However, if you measure from the center of the wheel to the fender lip, you can compare your car to the final result. It`s not a huge drop but once you drive the car you`ll appreciate how well it works.
Specifications for the 1990-05 cars
Front springs: 318 lb/in
Rear springs: 233 lb/in
Front ride height: 12.5"
Rear ride height: 13"
Specifications for the 2006 and later cars
Front springs: 300 lb/in
Rear springs: 196 lb/in
Front ride height: 14.0"
Rear ride height: 13.5"
Includes sway bars and four springs and shocks. 1990-05 kits use the Tokico Illumina shock, 2006+ kits use the Tokico HTS. 1990-97 kits also include four new bumpstops to replace the factory rubber for a better ride and more suspension travel. Compatible with all Miatas, including the newest power hardtop models and Miatas with ABS.
Also available as an NB conversion package for 1990-97 cars. These kits include new upper mounts and bushings to convert your 1990-97 Miata to the later 1999-05 design for more isolation from noise, vibration and harshness. The shocks, springs and mounts are all designed to work together. Ride height may be 1/4" taller due to the lighter weight of early cars.
Confused by all the suspension packages? Check our package rundown.