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BBR turbocharges Mazda MX-5 to 184kW

Fancy more power for your Mazda MX-5? England-based Mazda tuning specialist BBR has put together a substantial power upgrade package for the iconic roadster and gone the path of forced induction. The new ‘Stage 1’ turbocharger upgrade package for the 2.0-litre MX-5 lifts power output from the standard 118kW to a …

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Mazda MX-5 RF dropped on H&R springs and spacer package

Chassis specialist H&R is introducing a sport springs and spacer package for the Mazda MX-5 Retractable Fastback, sharpening the lightweight convertible sports car’s already impressive handling even further. Compatible with the standard shock absorbers, the H&R springs lower the Mazda MX-5 RF by 25mm at the front and 30mm at the …

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Meet the Mazda MX-5 with GM’s 391kW LS3 V8!

We’ve recently seen a Toyota 86 being given a big heart transplant in the form of a Ferrari V8. Now, it’s the Mazda MX-5’s turn. Thanks to the crazy but talented folks from Flyin’ Miata in the US, the little MX-5 has had its humble 2.0-litre SkyActiv-G engine replaced with …

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DAMD spices up Mazda MX-5

Japanese tuner DAMD (which stands for Dream Automotive Design), responsible for turning this Toyota 86 into a Lexus LFA, has unveiled their latest project, the Mazda MX-5 “Dark Knight”. Sharpening up the looks of the highly popular roadster is a set of carbon fibre bodykit consisting a front lip spoiler, …

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Mazda MX-5 sharpened with BBR engine and chassis upgrade

UK-based Mazda tuning specialist, BBR, has unveiled a range of engine, suspension and brake upgrade packages for the latest ND versions of the MX-5 roadster. BBR’s ‘Super 160’ for the 1.5-litre models, as well as ‘Super 175+’ and ‘Super 190’ for the larger 2.0-litre, are said to deliver power gains across the …

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KW introduces Clubsport coilovers for Mazda MX-5

KW Suspension has rolled out a new set of performance gear for the Mazda MX-5 roadster. The KW Clubsport coilovers are designed to extract the maximum for the new MX-5 on racetracks and on the street, allowing separate adjustment of the rebound and compression. With the rebound adjustment on the upper …

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