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1. K&N drop in air filter
$50, Cleanable, adds a negligible amount of power for your MX-5, but in tandem with the cowl intake and timing advance, you will feel a difference.
2. Removing spare tire and jack
This is by far one of the easiest mods you can do on the Miata. It will make it lighter and save on some fuel.
3. Custom Finish Emblems
All the custom emblem kits that we sell include the OEM JDM emblem that fits right in the holes of the original MX-5 one and show your knowledge of the JDM culture. Even just spray painting the stock emblem black can make a huge difference.
4. Seat Covers
If you bought a Miata with fabric seats and want to upgrade your interior and in the meantime keep the OEM seats looking brand new for better resale value, consider putting some nice and tight fit Seat Covers.
5. Short Shifter
Short throw shifter is one of the easiest and least expensive performance upgrades, it is going to give your MX-5 shorter gear shifts and improve your driving experience. MiataRoadster Shifter Kit is a great option.
Some may say they look wrong and make your Mazda look trashy, but they may give that extra touch to make your roadster look great.
7. Front Lip
A front lip is mostly installed for visual accent but may improve aerodynamics, handling and fuel economy.
8. Steering Wheel & Quick Release Install
Aftermarket steering wheels much smaller in diameter, making for much quicker steering response, generally they are not very expensive, clean, comfortable and nice looking.
Detailing? You ask, well yes, it’s not a “MOD” but can really make the look of your Miata POP, cleaning your car once in a while is really going to help the visual accents and make all the other mods stand out more.
10. Affordable Coilovers
Coilovers typically offer drivers a better ride quality, as they allow you to lower the vehicle and improve handling, steering and the look of your roadster, they may not be the cheapest on this list but there is a large scale of quite affordable coilovers available online.