Good-Win Racing Mazda Performance Parts

OEM Heat Exchanger for Oil Temp Control for "NC1" MX5 Miata

2006-2015

Miata MX5 2006-2015 · Engine


Part Number: 61-0260

Application: 2006-2015

Price: $279.00

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OEM Heat Exchanger for Oil Temp Control for "NC1" MX5 Miata
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Our MX5 REAL Oil Cooler Kit is recommended for any track use (see item 61-1951 sold separate on our site), but this factory Mazda upgrade will get the job done for most street use for NC1 (2006-2008) Miatas that lacked this feature (it became standard with 2009 year).

Includes hoses needed for hookup. This is a sandwich style heat exchanger that circulates engine coolant through the adapter to cool your oil at the oil filter location.

Recommended for street users with boost added to 2006 to 2008 Miatas. Mazda added this as a standard factory installed item for all 09+ MX5s (though in some markets it was offered earlier on some models). Note this is a Mazda factory item and therefore does NOT include instructions because it assumes a dealer with service manual will be doing the installation.

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