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Power Pulse Headers by Racing Beat

From $549.99
Not CARB approved and cannot ship to an address in the state of California or Colorado.
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Racing Beat has developed the "Cutting Edge" in Miata header technology, utilizing both chassis dyno and road testing. Their headers incorporate a tuned 4 into 1 configuration to optimize exhaust gas scavenging and power output, while improving exhaust note. Hundreds of development hours and over 200 hours on the dyno were used in the refinement of this header. The Racing Beat 4:1 header has been tuned to provide horsepower and torque improvements throughout the entire RPM range. Equal length header utilizes 14-gauge polished stainless steel tubing and thick cast stainless steel flanges. Will not fit with Jackson Racing Supercharger. For manual transmission only. We reccomend replacing your worn out motormounts before installation to prevent damage to the wider header. Not CARB approved and cannot ship to an address in the state of California or Colorado.

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  • All products we sell are warrantied against defects in material and workmanship by the original equipment manufacturer or Moss Motors, Ltd., for 12 months from the date of shipment.
  • We will replace the product or refund your purchase price at our discretion.
  • The warranty does not cover labor, failure of a related component, failure resulting from faulty installation, nor would the liability of Moss Motors exceed the cost of the original component.
  • Warranty requests should be submitted to our sales department and must be supported by the original Moss Motors purchase invoice and documentation of the failure.
  • Many of the brands we carry have their own warranty terms that have you covered outside of our 12 month protection.
Product Name: Power Pulse Headers by Racing Beat Make: Mazda Model: MX-5 Miata Series: NA, NB Year: 1990, 1991,1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005