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Flyin' Miata sway bars (NC chassis)

Flyin' Miata sway bars (NC chassis)
Flyin' Miata sway bars (NC chassis)
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What a great way to increase your driving enjoyment.
I was told not to install a more efficient set of bars. I am so happy that I went ahead and installed Flyin` Miata`s sway bars.
They increased my confidence while corning, much more enjoyable.
Review by Big Ed / (Posted on 4/8/2019)
The car is so much better.
These totally transformed my 2013 Miata. I could always tell it had the potential to handle well, but it had way too much body roll. These solved that problem, and now my Miata feels like a Miata should. I'll admit it would be nice if there were a few pictures of what they should look like when they're installed though. A friend of mine put in the rear one and had it backwards.
Review by Debbie / (Posted on 3/27/2017)
Simple and effective handling improvement.
I installed these into an '07 MX-5 and have been using them for about 30k miles now. I put them in at the recommended settings while the car still had non-sport OEM suspension and it made a substantial difference in reducing lateral roll and tightening up left-right transitions. Additionally, they didn't interfere with ride comfort and weren't too expensive or difficult to install.

Later, I added some coilovers into the mix and started autocrossing. With some adjustment (stiffest front, softest rear), these still work well for me, though I'm not nearly experienced enough at this point to say how optimal the combination is performance-wise. Regardless, this is still a quality product that works well for what it sets out to do. I'd happily recommend it to anyone looking for an easy and effective handling upgrade.
Review by t0ast / (Posted on 2/28/2017)
Go for the sways with other suspension upgrades if you desire a sports car ride versus a nice boulevard cruiser.
This sway bar set does as advertised. Body roll completely gone. Of course there are lowering springs and performance shocks in the mix. Decide if your want a soft (nice!) NC factory suspension or a firmer sport suspension geared for handling. Do your research then assemble your parts for installation. I now have a true sports car suspension.
Review by Ricyclay53. / (Posted on 11/11/2016)
I've owned a NA, NB and just acquired a 2011 NC PRHT Touring and it so desperately needed some help with its body roll. After a ton of research, I picked up these FM sway bars and what a difference it makes! Yeah, the front install can be a PITA, but it is definitely worth it. I timed the front install and it took me 1hr and 10min from start to end (this includes prep and cleanup).
Review by GENE / (Posted on 10/5/2016)
Changed my car.
Put these on over the weekend. The rear was very easy, especially since I was putting the FM exhaust on at the same time. The front had me nervous, but it wasn't bad and I did the work without additional help. I put the settings to what the instructions told me. Have only had a couple of times to try it out, but the car begs to be driven faster into the corners (much faster). This is going to be fun to learn the new limits. Can only imagine how this car will handle when the FM springs and Koni shocks go on.
Review by Mike / (Posted on 8/1/2016)
Definitely worth it
Installed a set of these on my 2006. As with all FM parts, these are awesome. Much beefier than the stock parts, and that of course results in a significant reduction in body roll. The parts bolt right up, truly OEM fitment. As mentioned in other reviews, the rear is very easy, especially if the exhaust is removed. Front... is another story. No fault of FM, just the way the sway bar fits under there. It helps to have someone in the car turning the wheel from side to side as you remove the old bar and snake the new one in place. It takes some creativity to get it in place, but it's definitely worth it.
Review by Daniel / (Posted on 1/27/2016)
A bit fiddley but all good in the end.
Good kit all the parts work very well. Let's talk installation rear super easy. Front takes just a bit of time needed as the instructions state but when it comes snaking the new bar over the tie rods well let's just say to save you a lot of time and effort simply pop the tie rods off spin the sway bar up to the attachment links then re-assemble the tie rods. Button everything up and go enjoy the car your work is well rewarded.
Review by Jeff / (Posted on 1/2/2016)
Quality Product and Great Customer Service
Easy to install and dramatically increases cornering and handling ability. Shipping was fast and I even received a follow-up call to make sure everything was ok. Highly recommended.
Review by Milan / (Posted on 5/11/2015)

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