PART NUMBER: 61-2069F
Designed for the most serious competitors, the Karcepts ND Chassis Front Sway Bar Kit leaves no compromises on the table. Hundreds of hours of design time have gone into this kit utilizing CMM technology and FEA analysis. The end result is a 2016+ Mazda MX-5 Miata Front Sway Bar Kit that offers super quick adjustability, an enormous adjustment range, maximum stiffness with minimal weight, and an installation time of just 30 minutes (after the stock bar has been removed).
Sway Bar Rates:
OEM ND Front Sway Bar = 132 lbs/in
Karcepts ND Front Sway Bar Kit - 0.120" Wall:
Hole 1 = 429 lbs/in
Hole 2 = 478 lbs/in
Hole 3 = 538 lbs/in
Hole 4 = 610 lbs/in
Hole 5 = 695 lbs/in
Kit Weight = 9.5 lbs
Center Section Recommendations: For an all around great performing bar, we recommend the 0.120" wall thickness center section. It really hits a nice range of adjustment for this chassis. It can get close to the softness of the other conventional ND bars on the market, yet has the ability to sweep to a much stiffer range (something that is very necessary to provide speed in quick transitions). The 0.120" bar is also our recommended bar for SCCA CS trim vehicles, allowing competitors to tune the chassis around many different surface conditions, course designs, and driving styles.
View the installation instructions for any potential install/fitment questions you may have:KFSB-ND-XX Installation InstructionsBrian's Application Notes: I admired and admired this setup but we did not start to carry it until I watched an STR competitor change both his front and rear sway bar settings BETWEEN RUNS at an SCCA event. Took him under a minute to change the rear sway setting, and just over a minute at the front...which is amazing. No other sway setup empowers you to change settings as fast as this setup in my experience, making this setup unique for the hardcore racers who want to dial their setup on the fly.
IMPORTANT FITMENT NOTES: These do NOT fit Fiat 124 without some help. The OEM intercooler tubing has two bolts to a bracket that need to be removed, then the tubing can be shifted around to gain enough clearance for the bar. The OEM intercooler stays in place. Install in our Fiat 124 was easy, no issues with the aftermarket EC upgraded intercooler using silicon tubes.