This is a '90-05 Spec Miata Racing Exhaust. Made to SM rules, the exhaust features 2.25" stainless-steel tubing for durability & deletes the catalytic converter. Minimal degree bends, ensure optimum flow & full size, Full Boar Max Flow muffler that outflows any of its competition. Dyno-proven to make the same power, sometimes more ( up to 3hp more, depends on car ) over the competitions "bumble bee" exhaust & features a much overall better exhaust note with a quieter exhaust sound level to reduce driver stress & keep sound checks happy. FOR RACE USE ONLY, NOT SMOG LEGAL! Fits only non modified trans tunnels.
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This is the simplest way to get a racing exhaust on your spec Miata. Straight forward installation and good quality.
Spec Miata exhaust
Ordered the 94-98 size for my NA6 with a BP4W swap. It fits perfectly! Install was super simple and it sounds great. I highly recommend!
Spec miata exhaust
Easy install, sounds great, works great, maybe even a little quieter than some of the other spec miata exhausts. Stainless preferred to prevent any rust. Attaches directly to the down pipe, no cat or cat delete pipe needed. It does seem to slightly touch the rear bumper. You can either cut away the bumper or let the exhaust melt it then tear off the melted part :)
the car Revs so easy now
Best sounding exhaust ever
Best miata exhaust
I just install the line and it fit perfectly, very easy too install and the quality is top notch. Now let's speak sound. It's insane! My car sound crazy.
Perfect fit, great sound, loud but not TOO loud
Super easy install. Taking off the OEM exhaust took way longer than putting this one in. Perfect fit on my 2000 Miata. Sounds great, NOT like those "herd of angry bumble bee" exhausts. Note: 1999 & 2000 cars that are do not have "California compliant" emissions from the factory do NOT use the O2 sensor bung that is welded into the midpipe. The downstream O2 sensor is directly behind the cat. You will need a block-off plug for the O2 sensor bung.
Hadn't heard too much about this exhaust but came across it on the Mazda Racers forums. Was looking for something a little quieter than the Springfield Dyno and this was perfect. Extremely light and easy to install and when on WOT, this thing gave me the chills in the car. Can't recommend it enough. In Car video for a sample...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26VdWvlfMlk