Good-Win Racing Mazda Performance Parts

The Hard Dog M2 Hard Core Hardtop w/ DOUBLE Diagonal Black.

1999-2005

Miata 1990-2005 · Roll-Bars · Hard Dog


Part Number: 60-1318

Application: 1999-2005

Price: $505.00

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The Hard Dog M2 Hard Core Hardtop w/ DOUBLE Diagonal Black.
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The M2 Hardtop version of the Hard Core Bar is designed for the serious SCCA Solo 1 competitor that wants to maintain a dual purpose car for street and racing use, but doesn't want to give up the hard top or glass rear window convertible top.

Single main hoop diagonal brace and harness tabs standard - a second main hoop diagonal brace may be added for extra strength and better rear vision. Compatible with the M2 (second generation 1999-2005) factory glass rear window convertible top.

Features include:
* Full interior width; farther to the rear than the standard Hard Core allowing better head clearance
* Complete use of hard top and 1999-2005 factory glass rear window convertible top
* Available with durable powdercoat finish or polished stainless steel (optional stainless steel shown in picture)
* Constructed of highest quality tubing 1.75" diam x .120" wall
* Laser cut 3/16" mounting and back-up plates
* Complete hardware kit w/ grade 8 bolts and instructions

SHIPPING COST NOTICE: Flat rate of $95 shipping direct from factory applies to this harddog bar.

PICTURE NOTE...picture shows regular hardcore and the hard top version is a little shorter than shown here to fit under the hard top.

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