Good-Win Racing Mazda Performance Parts

Cusco 24MM Front Sway Bar

2016-2017

Miata MX5 2016-2017 · Suspension · Sway-Bars


Part Number: 61-1851

Application: 2016-2017

Price: $297.00

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Cusco 24MM Front Sway Bar
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This is a direct replacement of the OEM front sway bar for the Mazda Miata MX-5 ND5RC. The Cusco sway bar will stiffen front body suspension roll by 150% for a flatter more track-like ride.

The Cusco sway bars includes replacement bushings that do not require grease (unlike other brands). Overall these bushings will produce less sound and will last longer than the competition.

Features
150% stiffer than OEM
Comes with replacement oil-free bushings
Powder-coated Cusco Blue for corrosion resistance
Cusco Manufactures Warranty

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