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Stage 2 Flyin Miata airflow kit for crossflow radiator (NB)

Stage 2 airflow kit (non-crossflow version shown)
Stage 2 Flyin Miata airflow kit for crossflow radiator (NB)
Maximum airflow for maximum cooling.

Exclusive to Flyin' Miata

Availability: On backorder
You can place an order now and we'll reserve it for you. We are expecting the parts around September 22nd, 2019.



Note: this kit is for our crossflow radiator only. The location of the inlet and outlet are different on that radiator, so the shroud has been modified to suit. If you're looking for the airflow kit for a more traditional Miata radiator, use this one.
We've spent a lot of time testing cooling systems on our dyno, and this is one of the spinoffs.
Read our testing results

We started with a laser-cut aluminum shroud to maximize efficiency of the fans. It ensures that all the air gets pulled through the radiator - and we mounted the shroud far enough away from the radiator to make sure the whole core gets air. Some of the shrouds on the market are far too close to the rad, meaning that only about half of the core gets airflow. We also added some flaps that allow air to bypass the shroud at high speed without affecting the draw of the fans. The shroud is made with threaded inserts to make life easier and comes with spacers to ensure proper standoff from the core.

A pair of Spal fans were chosen not only for their flow, but their ability to pull air through a stack of heat exchangers such as an intercooler and A/C condenser. Most fans are rated for their flow at 0 pressure and their performance drops off rapidly as they have to work harder. Not these! They're also low-profile enough to clear most intercooler piping.  The end result is a compact package that does an excellent job of cooling high-power Miatas. They're not slim-line fans and pull a fair bit of power - but that's because they have the torque to get the job done.
 There are other fan/shroud combinations on the market, but none of them have the same dyno-proven ability to pull large amounts of air through your radiator - and A/C condenser and intercooler, if applicable. Do your homework and don't get fooled by cheap alternatives.
 Our Stage 2 kit pulls 4730 m3/h at 0 pressure. Yes, it will fit a Mazdaspeed.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Part number 09-56215 1999-05
TÜV approval available No
Fits: 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 (non-MSM), 2005 (non-MSM), MSM
Manufacturer No
Flyin' Miata exclusive Yes
Fits Exocet? Yes
Proposition 65 Warning: Cancer and reproductive harm
California emissions No information at this time

Customer Reviews 1 item(s)

Powerful fan system
Incredibly powerful fan system. Not quiet, so if that's on your list of requirements(not mine), this wouldn't be ideal. Neat thing, sounds like I have a supercharger when these fans kick on. I have them both wired off of the temperature relay(A/C has been deleted) with no issues so far. I had doubts that the stock wire is a high enough guage to not burn up, but 3 months and holding strong; although the heat of an Alabama summer has yet to set in so I'll be sure by end of year(will update if changes)
Review by Xoe / (Posted on 4/30/2016)
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