Good-Win Racing Mazda Performance Parts

Tokico Shock Adjustment Cables (set of two)


Miata MX5 2006-2015 · Suspension · Shocks

Part Number: 60-1144NC

Application: 2006-2015

Price: $32.00


Tokico Shock Adjustment Cables (set of two)
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Although the HTS and D-spec rear shocks are fully adjustable on the MX-5 Miata, accessing the adjustment knob after the shocks are installed on the car is tough. The design of the rear suspension places the tops of the shocks in a recessed area on either side of the trunk area. Further, once the shocks are installed and the retaining brackets are replaced, the tops of the shocks are buried deep inside this recessed area.

To address limited access issues such as this, Tokico has developed a set of Extension Adjustment Cables that will allow remote adjustment of the HTS and D-Spec Shocks. Offered as set of two (2), these cables are mounted to the tops of the rear shocks during the installation, and routed up into the truck area.

On our MX-5, we simply drilled a small hole in the trunk liner and positioned the adjustment knob in a very accessible location. Now, making adjustments to the rear shock is extremely quick and easy! WILL NOT WORK ON OTHER SHOCKS!

BRIAN'S APPLICATION NOTES: Before you install the cables adjust the shocks so the valves are open (not full factory closed as delivered). Then you want to put these on the shocks BEFORE you install the shocks... and get some practice turning them to get them loosened up and adjusting smoothly in advance.

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