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Maxim Works Header For Miata MX5 MX-5 89-05 JDM Roadster : REV9 Autosport

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  • Maxim Works Header For Miata MX5 MX-5 89-05 JDM Roadster : REV9 Autosport
  • Maxim Works Header For Miata MX5 MX-5 89-05 JDM Roadster : REV9 Autosport
  • Maxim Works Header For Miata MX5 MX-5 89-05 JDM Roadster : REV9 Autosport

Maxim Works Header

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Regular Price: $1,099.99

Special Price $849.99

Product Description

Exhaust manifold (header) made by Maxim Works to help the 1.6L or 1.8L engine from NA (1989-1997) or NB (1998-2005) MX-5 Miata breath more. It is a piece of art as well as the most efficient header available on the market. The price justifies the gains from this header. Please note that the headers with EGR + Catalyzer options are to keep the EGR Valve and comes with a catalytic converter. If you block the EGR tube (easy DIY), you don't need to buy this version. However, it's possible that you emission test will not pass because of this.

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Regular Price: $1,099.99

Special Price $849.99

• Made of Stainless Steel
• Very light
• Lets the engine breathe more
• Easy installation
• Only available for NA Miata (1989-1997) and NB Miata (1998-2005)
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Questions on Maxim Works Header

  • From Denis at 9/29/2016 8:03 AM
    • Hello.
      I'm interested in this stuff very much but can't decide if it will be applicable for my Miata. My engine iz BP-4W (1.8 L, no VVT, Mazda MX-5 Sport, NB '98, VIN code: JMZNB18P200115726).
      What choice is mine:
      NB8C (1.8L) with BPVE engine or
      NB8C (1.8L) with BPZE engine?
      Or may be no choice is needed?
      Price is quite different 8-)
      Thanks in advance
      Sincerely yours
      Denis.
    • Hello Denis,

      We've updated the page, it should be more clear.

      The BP4W is the same as BPVE/BPZE. Yours is an early model (98), so you don't need the catalyzer option.

      You just need to select this option : NB8C (1.8L) with BPVE/BPZE engine without catalyzer

      Thanks!
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