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1990-97 Miata Race Exhaust – Now Available

Super simple and lightweight, this Racing Beat Race muffler for the 1990-97 Miata can be paired with either our resonated or non-resonated connecting pipe section – depending on the sound level you prefer. This little gem weighs in at only 11.25 lbs, just add your choice of connecting pipe and you’re set to go!

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1999-2005 Miata Race Exhaust – Now Available!

Miata-Race.2 For those looking for a lightweight, mean-and-lean exhaust for your Miata we have just what you’re looking for! Great sounding and 100% stainless steel construction, the Racing Beat Race muffler weighs in at only 13.5 lbs! Connects directly to your stock mid-pipe section and easy-to-install.

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2016-17 MX-5 Exhaust

Racing Beat has been busy with the development of TWO new exhaust systems for the all-new 2016 MX-5! The version shown is our Twin-Outlet Power Pulse Street version, which combines impression sound with dramatic looks. On the heals of the Sport Exhaust we introduced our more aggressive Sport/Race Exhaust version, which offers an even more aggressive exhaust note and significant weight savings as compared with the stock muffler. Both have been well received and have been selling great, check it out!

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Racing Beat Flywheel For The Miata Returns!

After a several year hiatus the Racing Beat aluminum flywheel for the 90-97 Miata has returned! Proudly produced in the USA by Racing Beat, this awesome flywheel is great upgrade for any street or track Miata application. We offer a flywheels for both the 1990-93 (1.6L) and 1997-2005 (1.8L) Miata .

The Racing Beat lightweight flywheel is 10 lbs lighter than the stock flywheel and offers much improved shifting performance. A great upgrade to consider when installing a replacement clutch and pressure plate combo.

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Power Slot Brake changes name to StopTech

Parent company Centric has recently changed the name of the Power Slot brake component line to the more familiar StopTech brand name. These are the same components, just packaged and marketed under the StopTech name. We offer an extensive line of the most popular StopTech Mazda applications in both slotted and drilled/slotted rotor configurations.

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Tokico Update


Good news, Tokico products should be available at Racing Beat within the next few weeks. Recent conversations with Tokico’s new US distributor indicated that product was being sent from Japan with an estimated distribution date of early May. We’ll post more news at it becomes available.

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DSPORT Magazine Reviews Racing Beat MX-5 Header

This month DSPORT Magazine reviews the Racing Beat MX-5 for use in both street and track applications. Check out the online article! The DSPORT tech guys found impressive HP gains after the installation of the RB header with notable gains from 3-9 WHP throughout the the RPM range.

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Racing Beat Returns In Forza Horizon

Racing Beat is back again in the just-released Xbox game, Forza Horizon. Unlike a typical racing game, Forza Horizon is an open-world game which allows the game player to explore, race, and drift along the vast highways of Colorado while attending the fictional Horizon Festival. The goal of this game is to earn fame by competing in various competitions while driving fast, destroying property, avoiding traffic and causing general mayhem along the way!

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Follow Us On Facebook For Sevestock 15 Photos

Follow Racing Beat on Facebook for latest news, product releases and cool Mazda updates, including photos from the Sevenstock 15 event at Willow Springs Raceway. This is a great way to keep current with the latest Racing Beat news, don’t miss out!

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Racing Beat’s Slap Shot Kid

Racing Beat sales associate Bruce Kress is quite the sports enthusiast, but not in the traditional sense. While attending high school Bruce developed a love for both surfing and ice/roller hockey. While surfing certainly fits the image of a home-grown So Cal boy, longing to play competitive ice hockey was a bit more unusual. After spending a short stint playing junior ice hockey out of high school, Bruce soon returned back to So Cal to resume a more traditional lifestyle.

When Mazda recently announced they were forming teams for a local roller hockey team and were seeking experienced players from both Mazda’s employees and corporate partners, Bruce jumped at the chance. Since joining, Bruce has lent his extensive experience to MazdaSpeed’s-B team and helped them secure a first place finish in league play and a first place finish as league champions!

 

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