Friday 11 September 2015

MX-5 Roadster ND Sway Bars


The AutoExe stabilizer bars feature their signature red finish. The front bar is solid with a diameter of 23mm, new rubber mounts are included and the bar is rated 1.40x the standard stiffness. The rear bar is a hollow type with 14mm diameter, it is 2.75x stiffer than the standard part, rubber mounts and brackets included.

These AutoExe stabilizer link bars (droplinks) are length adjustable to allow optimal positioning of the stabilizer bar on a lowered car. They feature red centres with AutoExe branding.

The front is a hollow 24mm bar with a stiffness around 1.5x the original. The rear stabilizer is a solid 14mm bar rated at 3.25x the factory part. New bushes and mounting brackets are included, finished in Cusco blue.

The Progress bars are made from steel and have a grey metallic powdercoat finish. The front bar is a 28.5mm hollow design with a 6.35mm wall thickness and 3 adjustment settings. The rear is a solid 17.5mm with 2 adjustments. Supplied with additional reinforced mounting brackets. Developed by and available from Good-Win Racing.

Eibach's bars are both solid with 2 adjustment settings, the front is 27mm and the rear is 16mm. New bushings and brackets are included.
Good-Win Racing

Good-Win's endlinks for the front sway bar can be adjusted from 115mm to 78mm.

These Cusco headlight level link bars allow optimal adjustment of the headlight angle on a lowered car.
JBR Tru-Torsion

These bars from James Barone Racing are made from 4130 steel alloy and are available in a choice of powercoated colour finish. The front bar is 1.125" diameter and the rear is 0.625", both are 3-way adjustable.

Upgraded mounting brackets are an optional extra.
Flyin' Miata

3-way adjustable 4140 CrMo spring steel. The front bar is tubular with 1.125" diameter and 0.188" wall thickness, while the rear is a solid 0.625". Supplied with new brackets and polyurethane bushings.