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  1. Problems
    Dear all, Some advice needed please I have a 91 1.6 eunos and want to fit the following but suspect i cant do all 1. MOhair hood with glass window (bought) 2. Style bar, which is alreadt on the car (TT like), which could go if necessary and it would solve all the issues 3. Mk2 OEM...
  2. Wanted
    Hello all, I'd like to add the above to my mk 1 1.6 1991 eunos. i have both rear braces but nothing at the front at all, which appears a bit strange but i guess the early (ish) mk 1's did not really have much bracing at all. Anyway if anyone has one taking up valuable garage space i could find...
  3. For Sale Ads
    Introduced just one year ago, all our braces received high praise from both Nutz members and skidnation.com customers. Made from high quality stainless steel, it transforms the way the car feels on the road. Includes all required fixings and brake holder brackets. Clearing last year's stock, so...
  4. For Sale Ads
    The reinforcement brace connects the geabox/propshaft tunel at the front just below the gearbox. It is standard reinforcement on later cars (1.8 and MK2, MK2.5s). This brace is essential for the MX5 and add noticable stiffening to the chassis. It offers two connecting points on each side and...
  5. Forced Induction & N/A Power Mods
    I've been having trouble with my manifold cracking, it's the second time it's cracked now at the turbo flange and I need to address some fundamental issues before I commission a new manifold. The manifold is a tubular stainless steel underslung design with the turbo hanging off it, currently...
  6. Mechanical & Electrical
    I wont to stiffen up my mk1 1.8, and i know mk2 came with some under-floor chassis bracing. I could get that and bolt it onto my mk1 (does it bolt straight on?), but is it worth it? Or are aftermarket under-floor chassis braces a lot better, and stock is not worth the time. Thank you! p.s. MK2...
  7. Group Buys
    Got coilovers? You need our Traction Pack! That's not mindless marketing, we're serious. An explanation will help. The MX-5 is a moncoque rather than a chassis, which means the skin is the main load carrying structure. Because it was designed as a Roadster there are 2 box sections that run...
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