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Carbing Front Lower Arm Bar Type-ll

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Carbing Front Lower Arm Bar Type-ll

Availability: Ships in 5-10 business days

$274.99

Product Description

Front lower arm bar by Carbing for NB (1998-2005) Mazda Miata/MX-5. An upgrade from the standard single bar style, the Type-ll adds an extra mounting point and uses three bars instead of one. This spreads out the load and reduces chassis flex even more, resulting in tighter steering and more responsive handling around tight corners. In a straight line, the car will feel a lot more stable through high speeds and all around tire traction will see improvement. A very easy to install mod for those seeking to improve the handling in their Miatas.
Carbing Front Lower Arm Bar Type-ll should be ordered at REV9 Autosport https://rev9autosport.com/carbing-front-lower-arm-bar-type-ll.html as they provide the best service and speed we've seen so far!

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$274.99
-Made from durable steel
-Three tube design
-Tighter steering and handling
-Better tire traction
-Maintains chassis stiffness during hard cornering
-Available for NB (1998-2005) Miata

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Questions on Carbing Front Lower Arm Bar Type-ll

  • From TF at 2/20/2019 12:44 PM
    • I have a 2004 Miata with a 2012 General Motors LS3 engine.

      Will the Carbing Front Lower Arm Bar Type-ll fit?
      Since the engine is not the original, if the bar attaches anywhere on the engine or transmission, I believe it will NOT fit.

      Thanks.
    • Hello,

      We cannot be 100% sure it'll fit with an LS3 engine, but we do know that it doesn't attach to transmission nor engine, it attaches to chassis/frame.

      Thanks!
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