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Miata shocks come in many flavors but these are our favorite Miata shocks. The most popular Miata shock for the last decade with Miata street users, autocrossers, and Miata track drivers alike.
These Koni Miata shocks always seem to work just a little better than the KYBs. Unlike the KYB's you don't get that "squish-squish" noise from the valving with these. Priced per shock... Long an autocross champ from coast to coast (over the years KONI has been on the top at nationals in the Miata more than any other choice). Yes, you do need to drill out the top OEM mounts from 10 to 12mm to complete installation...see our tech page for installation!
Price is PER shock. If you need two, order two!
INSTALLATION NOTE: You need to drill factory top mounts from 10mm to 12mm to install these adjustable shocks.
MIATA NA/NB 1999-2005
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MIATA NA/NB 1999-2000
MIATA NA/NB 1999-2005
My 2001 NB is my 3rd Miata and became ours a couple of years ago. It had extremely low miles and had been pampered by its first owners. I was shocked (pardon the pun) at how soft and cushy the ride was, and how much lean there when turning or cornering. The first thing I did was to put Racing Beat sway bars in front and back, and things were just fine for a while.
Lately, I'd been noticing that I was losing a little stability when pushing it through turns, and there was talk among SDMC club members about shocks only being good for 60,000 miles.
I hemmed and hawed for months (as Rocky could tell you), balked at the price, and considered other options, but finally took the plunge and had Rocky put these KONI adjustables on front and rear. It's been a few weeks now and I couldn't be happier. Yes, it's a slightly stiffer ride than the stock shocks, but this car feels like it rides on rails now.
I started off on the lowest setting, but last week, I bumped the front shocks up half a turn, and it's scary how flat this car stays when cornering. So I may back it off a little, for safety's sake. They're a big investment, but I plan to hold on to the car for a while, so for my money they're worth every penny.