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  1. Six piston kit, front

    From: $1,154.00

    To: $1,971.77

    Need maximum whoa for your go? Put 11" rotors all around with as many as 20 pistons. Spec out your perfect brake kit from a range of options. Learn More
  2. Fronts in red (photo from Automobile Magazine)

    From: $939.00

    To: $1,685.78

    Excellent track day brakes. Two or four wheel options. Learn More
  3. Anodized rear LBBK installed
    $669.00
    Only Flyin' Miata can put four piston calipers on the back of your Miata. Learn More
  4. How to stop a 500 hp Miata

    From: $1,239.00

    To: $1,985.78

    The biggest brakes. If you want to stop the fastest ND Miata in the world, it's what you use. Six pistons and nearly 13" of rotor diameter. Learn More
  5. Note: calipers are now grey anodized
    $1,169.00
    Save more than 18 pounds of unsprung weight with four-piston calipers front and rear. Learn More
  6. Mazdaspeed Garrett turbo conversion kit

    From: $16.19

    To: $4,335.57

    Put a good turbo on a Mazdaspeed.

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  7. Air filter removed for better visibility

    From: $959.00

    To: $6,155.00

    As much or as little turbo kit as you need. This is for the DIY builder. Now with Inconel studs!

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  8. The stock MAF will be installed in place of the silver pipe on the air filter.

    From: $959.00

    To: $6,249.98

    As much or as little turbo kit as you need. This is for the DIY builder. Now with standard Inconel studs!

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  9. Air filter removed for better visibility

    From: $959.00

    To: $4,698.00

    As much or as little turbo kit as you need. This is for the DIY builder. Now with Inconel studs as standard.

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  10. This could be you.

    From: $3,696.00

    To: $4,420.98

    Want to make a Road & Track writer gush? Here's what you need. Learn More

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