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Flyin' Miata FOX suspension for NB

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Flyin' Miata FOX suspension for NB

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Great overall package
I put this suspension package in a 2000 SE in late January. The car previously had a stock suspension with about 93K miles on it. The difference was night and day. It is a great suspension. It rides very firm but not jarring. I did my first HPDE track event in March and it performed great. I'm still working on exploring the settings to improve it even further.
Review by Maroon One / (Posted on 11/6/2018)
Amazing difference
I am not a suspension expert by any means. But I bought these shocks because I felt my 2003 V8 LS3 was missing something with respect to handling. The shocks I had were fine and did a nice job but somehow I wanted more. Installation was easy except for having to grind off a little material to fit the Fox rear lower mount into my V8 roadster lower control arms. First drive was amazing. I was not even sure what to expect but the car just felt "different". Around a very tight decreasing radius off camber turn I travel every day the car was flat and fast, much quicker than with the old shocks. As I continued to drive over various roads and turns I was searching for a word that fit the difference I was feeling when suddenly it occurred to me...the word is COMPOSED. The car is now composed in every situation. Rough road to freeway and all kinds of turns an amazing difference. Turn in is spectacular and I still have 16 adjustment clicks of firmness to go. Setting ride height which had been somewhat difficult with my old shocks was simple and precise. Finally have the exact ride height I want consistent from corner to corner. Overall perhaps the best purchase I have made for my car so far and worth every penny. PS: Get the helper springs.
Review by Garfuss / (Posted on 11/6/2018)
fox shocks are winners.
The Shocks are awesome! just ran our first race with them In WRL at TWS. The drivers raved about them and the cars performance was amazing 4 laps in we had a 10 second lead on car 2 a Shelby Mustang and 20 second lead on car 3 a Porsche Boxter. Wow. Car is a 2000 miata with a na 2jz ge swap and arrow package, fox shocks with 750 # springs in front and 500# in the rear.
Review by Hugh Ace Racing / (Posted on 11/6/2018)
Superb coil overs once past the teething problem
Superb suspension once past the initial problems. I'm giving these a four only because I had one blow out after about 50 miles of normal street driving. Sent the shock back to Fox and they informed me that one of the O rings was rolled when it was put together. They rebuilt it and sent it back but I was without for a bit over 2 weeks. Once installed again all was forgiven. The amount of grip these allow you to maintain is amazing. I'm no suspension expert and always figured stiffer was better for performance driving. Although these do feel a bit stiffer than stock, the amount of travel soaks up bumps and does a great job of keeping the wheel planted and giving great feedback no matter where in the suspension travel the wheel is. I do a lot of tight twisty mountain road driving with weird elevation changes mid corner and am constantly amazed at how these keep the wheels stuck to the road. I would have definitely given them a 5 star if not for the initial problem and turnaround time. That being said, I realize manufacturing mistakes happen and would not hesitate to buy these again.
Review by Swifty / (Posted on 11/6/2018)
Highly recommended. Do sways and wheels & tires and you will be amazed at the improvement!
I did the Fox with helper springs and 6UL's with BFG Rivals and sway bars at the same time. 2005 Mazdaspeed. Factory suspension was already an upgrade, but this setup is amazing. Still exploring the limits. My setup is for the twisty backroads of Missouri. Some are glass smooth, but most aren't this setup soaks up the rough stuff without being jarring and always stays composed. Amazing. Highly recommended.
Review by Woody / (Posted on 11/6/2018)

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