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Old 02-18-2008, 07:28 PM   #1
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Looking for aftermarket springs or sway-bars (front and rear). Would love flyin miata or racing beat, but all companies will be considered. I live in NJ, but would pay for shipping too. Used and new parts welcome. PM me and thanks.
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Looking for aftermarket springs or sway-bars (front and rear). Would love flyin miata or racing beat, but all companies will be considered. I live in NJ, but would pay for shipping too. Used and new parts welcome. PM me and thanks.
NA or NB?
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Sorry, its a NA. 1990 Miata.
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Keinayo had some Racing Beat for sale in the classifieds recently. Search for his thread.
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Thanks for the heads-up, but they are sold. Too bad I prob. would have bought them.
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I have a set of Intrax lowering springs sitting in the garage. Don't know how long they were on the car but they look practically new. I'd sell them for $90 shipped.

Some reviews can be found here:
http://www.miata.net/products/chassis/intrax.html

They were on the car when I bought it, I switched them out for a Tein coil-over kit for the adjustability. I only drove them for a couple weeks but from memory they were low, stiff, and gave the car a good stance. Fits NA 90-97.
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Do you know the spring rates for them?
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i have a set of springs off of the mazdaspeed miata. 50 plus whatever shipping is.
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Do you know the spring rates for them?
Intrax never published their spring rates, but they are stiffer than the RB springs.

I know they are manufactured in Germany and/or Belgium. This is the only ad copy I have seen...

"INTRAX Springs are produced in Europe to the highest standards. All springs are cold wound on WAFIOS CNC coilers, from the finest grade of Chrome Silicone Wire. They are then Heat Treated, Shot Peened and Blocked to insure fatigue resistance. Finally they are Epoxy Powder coated to provide a long lasting and durable protective finish. Each of these steps is carefully monitored to guarantee you the finest product you can purchase. That's why inTrax backs all of their Springs with a Limited Lifetime Warranty. You can use inTrax springs with stock or performance shocks."
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