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Old 06-26-2014, 03:27 PM   #1
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Default Where to purchase bumper inner shroud?

Anyone know where I can get an aftermarket or OEM plastic shroud for inside the front bumper?

I'm looking for the gray plastic piece with the bent vertical support (Its actually more broken in different spots than it looks here)

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Old 06-26-2014, 04:07 PM   #2
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Google search for "NA miata front bumper air guide" yielded this in approx. 15 seconds:

NA ('90-'97) Miata Air Guide

Its used, but better than broken
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Google search for "NA miata front bumper air guide" yielded this in approx. 15 seconds:

NA ('90-'97) Miata Air Guide

Its used, but better than broken
Thanks... Honestly I had no idea what to call it.. I was searching everything and couldn't find it for the life of me! Thanks!
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Also: Mazda part number NA01-50-A20B, available from Rosenthal, or my favorite, mazda-parts.com.

Mazda-parts.com has consistently lower prices on everything, but isn't super user friendly unless you have part numbers available.

I have been searching for a stupid camshaft position sensor o-ring part number (if it exists) for my 2004 for a couple months now. I may have to start a thread similar to this. I'm think the o-ring is not sold by itself though :\
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Thanks... Honestly I had no idea what to call it.. I was searching everything and couldn't find it for the life of me! Thanks!
No problem!

I would actually use the part number and go for a new one instead of the used route, the price for that used one is too close to brand new.
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Also: Mazda part number NA01-50-A20B, available from Rosenthal, or my favorite, mazda-parts.com.

Mazda-parts.com has consistently lower prices on everything, but isn't super user friendly unless you have part numbers available.

I have been searching for a stupid camshaft position sensor o-ring part number (if it exists) for my 2004 for a couple months now. I may have to start a thread similar to this. I'm think the o-ring is not sold by itself though :\

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No problem!

I would actually use the part number and go for a new one instead of the used route, the price for that used one is too close to brand new.
Perfect thanks! I will be ordering it from mazda-parts. Its about $15 cheaper (After shipping) than planet-miata has a new one for!

I have the same problem with Rosenthal... All of these Miata parts store websites are so difficult to navigate... If you don't have the exact part # it seems nearly impossible to find what you are looking for sometimes!
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Perfect thanks! I will be ordering it from mazda-parts. Its about $15 cheaper (After shipping) than planet-miata has a new one for!

I have the same problem with Rosenthal... All of these Miata parts store websites are so difficult to navigate... If you don't have the exact part # it seems nearly impossible to find what you are looking for sometimes!
Jim Ellis Mazda parts is a good place to go for 99% of all part numbers, they have the best diagrams for the NB. They are the same parts diagrams available though Mazda Competition, except that they are scanned in WAY better, like 100x more clear. Should be the same story for you NA guys.

On a side note, I once did a price check on like 50 random items for the NB on multiple parts websites, including Rosenthal. Mazda-parts had the cheapest price on every part except like 2, and it was within a dollar of the cheapest. In fact, the total was like $150 more on Rosenthal, on a sub $1000 parts order.
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If I looked at this right, it should be part #
NA01-50-A20B (w/o ABS)
NA01-50-A20A (w/ abs)
Available on Mazdaspeed for $49.76
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If I looked at this right, it should be part #
NA01-50-A20B (w/o ABS)
NA01-50-A20A (w/ abs)
Available on Mazdaspeed for $49.76
How do you order from Mazdaspeed? Isn't this the deal for people with racecars(you have to submit race results to become a customer)?
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How do you order from Mazdaspeed? Isn't this the deal for people with racecars(you have to submit race results to become a customer)?
Yeah, you have to do two timed events (autocross) per year.
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Yeah, you have to do two timed events (autocross) per year.
Never done autocross, but it could be fun. Honestly I got ruined by Hornetball taking me to the track.

Do you have to be in a specific class for Mazdaspeed to accept you? Or will just showing up to autocross events and running just for fun count?

Not trying to jack the thread, but does anyone have a full parts list for an NB2? I am trying to find the o-ring that I referenced a few posts ago.
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Never done autocross, but it could be fun. Honestly I got ruined by Hornetball taking me to the track.

Do you have to be in a specific class for Mazdaspeed to accept you? Or will just showing up to autocross events and running just for fun count?

Not trying to jack the thread, but does anyone have a full parts list for an NB2? I am trying to find the o-ring that I referenced a few posts ago.
As long as your name shows up on the list of results with a time, you're good to go.

Here's something: http://www.miata.net/garage/90-99Par...n_guidepdf.pdf
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Never done autocross, but it could be fun. Honestly I got ruined by Hornetball taking me to the track.

Do you have to be in a specific class for Mazdaspeed to accept you? Or will just showing up to autocross events and running just for fun count?

Not trying to jack the thread, but does anyone have a full parts list for an NB2? I am trying to find the o-ring that I referenced a few posts ago.
No worries about the jack... Its relevant to my interests as well. I have been debating getting to a few autocross events but I work weekends so it's difficult to get out to one!
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As long as your name shows up on the list of results with a time, you're good to go.

Here's something: http://www.miata.net/garage/90-99Par...n_guidepdf.pdf
Thanks for that, its a good guide to use for common parts. The o-ring I need isn't in there, but there is some good info.
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