Want to improve your Miata easily? Pop a set of these bumpstops in place when doing a spring change. Cheaper than the factory ones and with a much smoother transition, they`ll make your car ride better as well as get rid of dramatic changes in handling.
What does the bumpstop do? It's what cushions your car on the big bumps when you get to the end of your suspension travel. Miatas spend a lot of time on their bumpstops, so they're a pretty important part of the suspension.
Strongly recommended for all 1990-97 Miatas, but worthwhile on 1999-05 models as well. In fact, they`re included with all of our 1990-97 suspension kits for even better ride and handling than before.
54mm in length. We think it's a good length for a Miata at a typical lowered ride height, such as with our FM springs. A shorter, stiffer bumpstop will allow more travel before you start to hit the stop, but it also means a more abrupt transition on to the stop.
Sold in pairs. Two pairs are needed per car.