Please let us know what you think in the comments. This kit should be offered soon. Miata Aero Kit. As seen on our upcoming 25 hour car.
AWR Racing is proud to announce the immediate availability of the Rear Lower Engine Mount (dog-bone style) for the 2006-2008 Mazda6 V6 Automatic Transmission models.
Billet aluminum body, CNC machined from 6061-T6 Aluminum with urethane bushings with nickel plated steel inner sleeves.
Get it now at the AWR Store.
AWR is proud to announce the immediate availability of our first engine mount for the 2009-2010 Mazda6.
This mount fits V6 Automatic Transmission models and is the rear lower, dog-bone style mount.
It’s available in our normal assortment of durometers, 70, 88, and 95.
Coming soon will be the driver’s side engine mount.
Hello everyone. One of the new features of our store is that it allows customers to leave product reviews. This helps everyone, by allowing future purchasers to get real customer feedback about a product.
If you have used an AWR or Racing Cages product, we ask that you Visit our Store, find the product and give it some love in a product review.
AWR is proud to announce the immediate availability of our Seat Frame for the 1990-2005 Miata for use with the Sparco Seat Slider Pattern.
This frame is for cars that have had the rear seat stand-off removed. Frame rail will bolt through floor pan. This setup is used when more head room is required and the seat needs to be as low as possible. Can be used without seat sliders. Comes in natural metal finish.
Get it at the AWR Store now.
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1974 260 Z HKS project car from the 70’s W/intercooler, 3 Mikuni’s. All Muholland suspension. Autopower roll bar. 4;11 L/S, 5 speed. New clutch. Has been in storage almost 20 yr’s. Car need’s a good home and
some TLC. Approximately 112K total mi. Only 20K since conversion was installed.
Interested parties should contact Walter Huff at 951-966-3196
With untold hours on the phone with AWR, and purchasing many components, this customer is performing their own MAZDASPEED3 AWD conversion..
“Well, it has finally begun. After months of research and phone calls to various sources i have decided to begin the task of the conversion. Tonight with the assistance of a friend we removed the engine and attempted to mate the new turbo and manifold to the engine. However after running into a few issues the manifold had to be returned to the manufacture for modification. We found the compressor housing to be too large as well as the hotside was contacting one of the runners. It has been a long day for us as well as a frustrating day. Stay tuned for more to follow tomorrow.”
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MILLVILLE, N.J. – After a second-place finish 24 hours earlier, Michael Cooper, of Syosset, N.Y., earned his first career SCCA Pro Racing Playboy Mazda MX-5 Cup victory on Sunday afternoon at New Jersey Motorsports Park. Brad Rampelberg, of San Jose, Calif., and Nick Evans, of Powell, Ohio, completed the podium at the Mazda Motorsports Festival presented by VISITFLORIDA.com.
Cooper earned his first professional win at New Jersey Motorsports Park.
After swapping the lead with championship-leader Justin Piscitell numerous times during Saturday’s race, Cooper was all business on his way to a 7.386-second margin of victory at the 2.17-mile, 14-turn South Jersey track on Sunday. Cooper completed the 28-lap, 60.76-mile race in 45:29.105, averaging 80.149 mph.
It was the first professional win of any kind for the 20-year-old racer, whose only prior experience was eight races in the Skip Barber MAZDASPEED Challenge for MX-5 Cup cars. Continue reading “Cooper Earns First Professional Win With MX-5 Cup At New Jersey”