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AWR Front Sway Bar -1 Inch - 1990 - 2005

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MSRP: $427.55
$395.00
(You save $32.55 )
SKU:
AWR-5303.1
Weight:
18.00 LBS
Shipping:
$36.50 (Fixed Shipping Cost)

Product Overview

AWR is proud to announce it's first Miata front sway bar kit. Designed as a complete package, The AWR 1 inch front sway bar for the 1990 − 2005 Miata is:

  • 1.0 " x .156" tubular front sway bar with 3 adjustment holes
  • Powder coated in silver or black
  • Includes AWR sway bar brackets
  • Includes AWR adjustable end link kit
  • Includes Energy Suspension bushing and mounting kit. 

Save over the cost of these items individually.

 

1990 -1993 front sway bar
1.0 " x .095 tubular front sway bar with 3 adjustment holes [ 150 ]
powder coated silver or black
AWR sway bar brackets   [ 156 ]
awr adjustable end link kit  [ 95 ]
energy suspension bushing and mounting kit   [ 26.55 ]1990 -1993 front sway bar1.0 " x .095 tubular front sway bar with 3 adjustment holes [ 150 ]powder coated silver or blackAWR sway bar brackets   [ 156 ]awr adjustable end link kit  [ 95 ]energy suspension bushing and mounting kit   [ 26.55 ]

Reviews

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  • 5
    AWR FRONT SWAY BAR -1 INCH - 1990 - 2005

    Posted by Trevor on 19th Jun 2020

    Just got this awesome sway bar kit for my 1997 Miata, got it installed and noticed the body stiffness difference right away and car drives much flatter threw corners. can’t wait to go the track this weekend with it on. Highly recommend to any Miata and auto x track enthusiast it’s a must for this mod Lots of adjustments too

  • 5
    Great Option!

    Posted by Ryan on 31st Oct 2019

    While the effort to install the blocks is higher than only installing a new anti-roll bar and brackets, the effect gives piece of mind and improved response with the stiffer-than-stock bar. As opposed to other bars which may be *too* stiff when used with stock springs, the three-hole adjustment and 1" diameter hit a sweet spot for an NB Miata on stock springs (I use my car for E-Street autocross).