Good-Win Racing Mazda Performance Parts

HEADER INSTALLATION LONG extension cord for second O2 Sensor - for use ONLY when installing header into Miata already using ROADSTERSPORT or PPE MIDPIPE.

2006-2015

Miata MX5 2006-2015 · Exhaust


Part Number: 61-0098RD

Application: 2006-2015

Price: $49.00

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HEADER INSTALLATION LONG extension cord for second O2 Sensor - for use ONLY when installing header into Miata already using ROADSTERSPORT or PPE MIDPIPE.
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Sorry, this product is not available to residents of California or California.
This is an option for the RoadsterSport header and Racing Beat Header and PPE LONG TUBE HEADER to allow relocation of your second factory O2 sensor to a position after the converter in a midpipe that so your installation is easy PLUG AND PLAY. Note that the plugs for each sensor are unique so that it is impossible to mix them. Extension cord uses thermal insulated wire and factory connectors and care should be take to make sure the connectors do not contact the hot header because while the wires are thermally protected the connectors can melt if left in contact with the header.

NOT CARB APPROVED, CANNOT SHIP TO RESIDENTS OF CALIFORNIA.

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REVIEWS

I received the Roadstersport II, and I wanted to compliment you guys on an awesome product. The Miata should have these on from the factory. They make a great sound, that is not obnoxious at all. The exhaust also installed seamlessly!!! I will buy all of my Miata stuff from you in the future. Thanks,

-- Nate

Wow. That is really fast service on the shift knob. Thnx

-- Scott

REVIEWS

I received the Roadstersport II, and I wanted to compliment you guys on an awesome product. The Miata should have these on from the factory. They make a great sound, that is not obnoxious at all. The exhaust also installed seamlessly!!! I will buy all of my Miata stuff from you in the future. Thanks,

-- Nate

Wow. That is really fast service on the shift knob. Thnx

-- Scott