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Old 08-06-2015, 05:46 PM   #1
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Default NEW Goodwin Racing MX-5 NC Engine Drop Brackets!

Lowers the engine 1/2"
Fits both 2.0 and 2.5 motors. Works with both factory and aftermarket engine mounts.

Drops the 2.5L motor to the same effective height as the factory 2.0L. This lowers the center of gravity for better handling and allows the 2.5L to fit underneath the factory shock tower brace. With these you can fit our supercharger to the 2.5L motor without needing to cut the hood for clearance.

Previously, the only way to lower the engine was with special engine mounts only available in "race" durometer. These brackets work with any engine mounts, including the factory mounts, so you can lower the engine without any negative side effects.

Use these on your 2.0L motor to lower the engine's center of mass within the car for a competitive advantage.

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