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  1. DO Engineering Meter Hood

    DO Engineering Meter Hood

    Cluster Cover made by DO.Engineering for the 2006 to 2015 NC MX-5 Miata. It’s made to provide with an extra 2 gauges (60mm diameter) for those who want to monitor their engine during racing. This product comes in black gel coat and they recommend spray painting it flat black to avoid reflections. Learn More

  2. DO Engineering Rear Spoiler

    DO Engineering Rear Spoiler

    Rear Spoiler made by DO.Engineering for a soft top (non-PRHT) version of the NC (2006-2015) MX-5. It’s perfect fitting and gives a factory (optional) look. The spoiler comes unpainted. Learn More

  3. DO.Engineering Fresh Air Duct

    DO.Engineering Fresh Air Duct

    Cold Air Ducting made by DO Engineering for the NC (2006-2015) MX-5 Miata. It will bring fresh air straight to the factory airbox with high efficiency. This product was so effective that it’s received the certification to be used in the Fuji Champion Race in Japan. Please note that removal of front bumper is required for installation. Learn More

  4. Burnout KDX Front Lip For Miata MX5 MX-5 06-08 JDM Roadster : REV9 Autosport

    DO.Engineering Front Lip

    Front air dam made by DO Engineering for the NC1 (2006-2008) MX-5 Miatas. It installs to OEM under panel (but requires some trimming). Learn More

  5. DO.Engineering Oil Cooler

    DO.Engineering Oil Cooler

    Engine Oil Cooler made by DO Engineering for the NC (2006-2015) MX-5 Miata. It comes with a FRP duct to draw even more air to it, making it a very functional piece. During intense racing, the engine of NC tends to get hot (up to 130 degrees) and shortage of oil can cause damage to the engine. By installing an engine oil cooler, the oil temperature can be lowered and the load on the engine during circuit driving can be reduced significantly. When temperature is high, ECU will reduce power automatically. By installing the oil cooler, the reduced power feature will not happen and engine will run at full power, at all time, for better lap times. The small size of the oil cooler will not reduce the cooling from the radiator. A built-in thermostat is used to prevent overcooling due to very low oil temperature even in winter, and the engine oil temperature is always controlled to be within the appropriate range. Learn More

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