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Eibach Mazda MX-5

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Eibach Mazda MX-5
Text & Photos courtesy Eibach GmbH
11-18-2005

Pro-Kit and Pro-Spacer

Since its introduction onto the market, the Mazda MX-5 has been a synonym for affordable driving fun. For 16 years now, the concept of this attractive rear-wheel drive roadster has constantly been refined. In its third generation, this car makes an even more mature and athletic impression. With the addition of the Eibach Pro-Kit and Pro-Spacer Suspension Components, this roadsters’ sporty character can be further optimized.

The Pro-Kit Performance Suspension Springs transform the Mazda MX-5 into an uncompromising sporty athlete. Handling, driving dynamics and steering behaviour are significantly improved with this top product from Eibach. Once again, Eibach has used its vast experience of Motorsport and the prestige car market in the development of this product.

As a result of intensive testing, the Pro-Kit and the Pro-Spacer have been designed to the specific properties of the Mazda MX-5. The progressive spring rate, meaning that it becomes stiffer the greater the spring deflection, ensures good traction from the moment spring deflection begins. The clearly reduced body roll, a high level of dynamic resilience and the reduced release ensure a balanced and safe road performance. Using the Pro-Kit, the vehicle’s center of gravity is also lowered, giving this Japanese roadster, combined with the Pro-Spacer Aluminum Wheel Spacers, the ultimate sporty facelift. An additional benefit is that the Pro-Spacer makes a lasting improvement to the driving stability.

Just like all other Eibach Suspension Components, the Pro-Kit is TÜV-approved and equipped with high-quality corrosion protection.
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Doesn't even come close to touching the V8 Solstice.
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the V8 solstice isn't it's intended target. The Miata is a nice roadster. It's a higher quality car than the Solstice but it just can't cut it with the styling. I understand that Mazda made it so the design doesn't get old fast, but it looks too much like the previous Miata. Mazda had the potential to knock this out of the park. They could've looked at the RX-8 more for inspiration. That's a great looking car. This on the other hand is very safe and will immediately blend in with its surroundings. Not always a good thing.
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Isn't it a bit early to claim the Miata is higher quality than the Solstice?

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Interior wise it looks like it.
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