Good-Win Racing Mazda Performance Parts

Stubby Antenna

1990-1997

Miata 1990-2005 · Exterior · Accessories


Part Number: 61-1108

Application: 1990-1997

Price: $26.95

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If you ever thought that tall whip-like antenna might be a hazard to unsuspecting eyeballs or a future casualty at a drive-thru car wash, we found a perfect solution. The Stubby Antenna is just 4 inches tall, super easy to install (unscrew the old, screw on the new Stubby!), machined from billet aluminum and then powdercoated for durability, and will not affect radio reception or interfere with satellite radio services. It blends in perfectly with the sporty lines of the Miata but you will notice it every time you look at your Miata. Works better with custom-fitted car covers too! Not for cars with electric retracting antennas.
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Brian, just wanted tyou to know you've got another highly satisfied customer. I got my RoadstersportIII muffler on Friday, installed it in 20 minutes, looks and sounds awesome. I like the baffles out!! My new tires/wheels came Saturday, just got them on and test drove them. Fantastic!! And how they look--- just what I was after. I will add the front "mud flap" that looks like the rear one, for some stone protection, but the offset was just what I was working for. I'd love to send you some pictures for your photo gallery. If you'll send an adress via e-mail, I'll send some high-res photos showing clearances and side profiles, etc. The graphite spokes and polished rims really set well on my black car. Thanks again, me and my wallet will be back!!

-- Ken

Thanks for making this work and providing great customer service! I had a full weekend with the install, but man was it worth it. The flywheel was such a good choice. I can't believe how much easier rev-matching down shifts are. The ACT is surprisingly easy to live with, even with the engagement point very low. I'll tackle that when it stops raining. Thanks again for making this happen this weekend.

-- Brian H