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This ND Mazda MX-5 Miata features a host of performance upgrades by known MX5 tuners Flyin' Miata from Grand Junction, Colorado. FIrst and foremost, this kit features, primarily, the Edelbrock E-Force Supercharger, tuned by BBR, good for 200 WHP on an otherwise stock ND. The Supercharger kit really gives the dimunitive roadster the kind of power it deserves, for a reasonable $4,350, with a warranty. Learn more at: https://www.flyinmiata.com This test vehicle features: Edelbrock supercharger with a tune from BBR Flyin' Miata Hush-O-Matic exhaust Flyin' Miata Fox Stage 2 suspension Flyin' Miata little big brake kit 17x8 949Racing 6ULs with 235/40-17 Yokohama S.drives Flyin' Miata end links Triple-pass radiator Verus Engineering rear diffuser Hard Dog roll bar
BBR's MX-5 ND rear silencer, a lightweight BBR 2.5” stainless steel free flowing rear silencer (back box), an ideal upgrade on standard vehicles for clients seeking a performance non-intrusive exhaust note with a 3kg saving. http://www.bbrgti.com/product/bbr-mx-5-nd-super-sport-rear-silencer/
New Car: BBR GTi Mazda MX-5 1.5 2018 review For a subset of car lovers, BBR GTi will be a familiar name. Performance-chasing owners of the R53 Mini and fans of celebrated Ford rockets such as the Sierra Cosworth will likely know of the place, which now sits in the literal shadow of Mercedes’ Brackley-based Formula 1 HQ. This is an outfit best known, however, for turbocharging a car normally praised for its free-spirited naturally aspirated engine: Mazda’s purer-than-pure MX-5. BBR sells around 100 MX-5 turbo kits a year, almost half of which end up in America though there have also been recent dispatches to customers in places as far afield as Bahrain and Taiwan. The firm’s dealings with the big-selling Japanese roadster go back to the first-generation car, and the 1.5-litre model tested here represents its latest and arguably most finessed effort yet. Despite figures that suggest this kit comprehensively remedies the somewhat lacklustre 129bhp shove of the standard car, aside from the natty decals you’d never know it was anything other than a garden-spec 1.5-litre MX-5. We like that. Even if you stood next to it at idle, you’d still be none the wiser. In fact, it would only be when you attempted to keep this car’s backside in sight along a twisting B-road that the game would be up, because under the bonnet is a neatly installed Stage 1 turbocharger upgrade that yields 210bhp and 197lb ft. With a negligible six-kilogram weight penalty on top of the factory model’s 1050kg, the resulting power-to-weight ratio is roughly what you’d find in an Audi TTS Roadster. Source sound:https://www.bensound.com Source photos:https://www.autocar.co.uk New Car: BBR GTi Mazda MX-5 1.5 2018 review Thanks for watching video. like, share and subscribe channel:https://goo.gl/QSKTXv. Please!!!
0-60 mph time is reduced from 7.3 seconds to a scorching 5.65. A short video confirming our published time for our normally aspirated Super 200 performance tuning package fitted to the Mazda MX-5 / Miata ND. http://www.bbrgti.com/product/bbr-mx-5-nd-super-200/
BBR GTi Mazda MX-5 1.5 2018 review | Auto Car
Rapid but not rabid, BBR’s turbo conversion gives the fourth-generation Mazda MX-5 a much-needed shot of dynamism
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