Good-Win Racing Mazda Performance Parts

BEATRUSH Rear P.P.F. Performance Bar

1998-2005

Miata 1990-2005 · Suspension · Braces


Part Number: 61-0553

Application: 1998-2005

Price: $152.00

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BEATRUSH Rear P.P.F. Performance Bar
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Beatrush products are produced by Laile after extensive testing on race tracks in Japan. Each Beatrush brace is designed to improve the responsiveness of the Miata platform with quality, strong, and yet light weight bolt on parts.

The Beatrush Miata PPF Performance Bar restrains the Miata drivetrain to enhance rigidity, which makes the suspension movement more precise and enhances steering response as well as traction (significantly reduces wheel hop).

Light Weight, Strong, and Rigid. Made of Aluminum. Developed by Beatrush of Japan. Track tested for functionality by Beatrush.

BRIAN'S APPLICATION NOTES: Great mod for race cars, but for street cars notice that you will pick up more gear whine because this item works by taking away much of the isolation effects of the bushings on the factory power plant frame.

PLEASE NOTE: This item can take 6-8 weeks to arrive, please allow for this time frame before purchase.

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