Good-Win Racing Mazda Performance Parts

TEIN S.Tech Spring Kit: Miata

1999-2005

Miata 1990-2005 · Suspension · Springs


Part Number: 61-0751

Application: 1999-2005

Price: $180.00

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TEIN S.Tech Spring Kit: Miata
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Drop: -0.9" Front/-1.2" Rear (Rates: 235 lbs/in Front/173 lbs/in Rear))

Built for the (99-05) Mazda Miata.

Miata Springs by TEIN. TEIN is a leading supplier in Japan of aftermarket springs for Japanese vehicles. As a manufacturer specialized in suspension, TEIN does not allow room for any compromise. TEIN products are derived from N1 Endurance Racing and WRC racing. The S.Tech Miata Springs are developed with high quality materials guaranteed to be sag free performance for many years (no more than 5mm sag over the long term) and come protected with rubberized coating to prevent noise and rust. Note some variation in results depending on how much your miata has sagged on the stock springs, particularly if stock shocks are totally worn out.

BRIAN'S MIATA SPRING APPLICATION NOTES: You should start with fresh shocks with your new springs for best results! Koni is our top choice in Miata shocks to match your new TEIN Miata springs. You have the choice of the non-adjustable KONI STR shocks or the KONI SPORT. My preference is always the KONI SPORT shocks so that you have control over damping and can adjust the shocks for your local road conditions...and you can adjust balance front to rear (set front KONI Sport shocks stiffer for less oversteer, or set rear KONI stiffer for less understeer, etc).

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