Track tested for 15 hours by Road & Track!
These are the same coolers that were tested and tested and tested over two days at Laguna Seca with professional championship-winning drivers, amateur drivers and drivers who were trying to break it. We saw a drop of nearly 100F in transmission and differential temperatures (when compared to baseline testing) and completely normal engine oil temperatures despite non-stop abuse from a turbocharged engine.
Now you can have all these coolers on your ND as well. Save your transmission, your differential, your engine - and money. The more you bundle, the more you save and the more your car will love you. Designed by and exclusive to Flyin' Miata.
If you have an Edelbrock supercharger, you will need the heat exchanger relocation kit in order to fit our coolers and the heat exchanger in the nose. There is no interference with a BBR turbo system.
The transmission and differential coolers are there to keep your drivetrain running cool and happy. A hot transmission or differential means more power loss and eventually explody parts. The coolers each have a temperature-controlled pump with an integrated filter so they only cool when they have to. The transmission has the heat exchanger in the nose while the differential has the heat exchanger by the rear axle.
The oil cooler has a thermostat to ensure your oil warms up quickly and doesn't overheat under hard use. It includes stainless steel lines and also mounts in the nose. There is an additional parts kit required for ND2 (2019+) Miatas to remove the stock oil cooler.
The triple-pass radiator is there to keep the water coolant cool, of course. The ND does a pretty good job here, but we've found that hard boosted use on track will eventually get those temps up to dangerous levels.
The louvers will move air through all of your front-mounted heat exchangers. Radiators and coolers are no good if you can't get the heat out of them!