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MRT Miata Exhaust System

Add an MRT Miata aftermarket exhaust to your sports car is you want to pack enormous muscle-car noise into a classic two-seater package. Whether you know it by the official Mazda MX-5 name or the popular Miata label, this roadster has been a modern marvel for more than three decades. That doesn't mean you can't add a little more oomph, though. We design the best Miata exhaust kits using cutting-edge automotive engineering expertise. Although your vehicle may be a successor to vintage Italian sports cars, it will sound like it came off a Detroit assembly line.
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Hear the Difference with MRT

Shop with us for exhaust systems that are handcrafted in the USA. An axle-back Miata exhaust system with muffler boosts performance without needing to pinch pennies. The Street Performance Version 1 MX-5 Axle-Back has midlevel loudness and horsepower in a package that's legal for public roads. Put a Badass Series Version 3 Miata Axle-Back on your Grand Touring car if you want the loudest, deepest sound on the market. Our MX-5 resonator delete kits give you aggressive audio and a small power boost at a bargain price. To learn more about cat-back exhausts, custom kits and other options, call MRT at 1-734-455-5807.

Quality You Can't Match

Whether they're made for a Mazda or a Ford, MRT exhaust kits must meet the highest standards in the industry. Each system is made of commercial-grade T304 stainless steel that resists rust and corrosion. Precision CNC mandrel-bent tubing ensures the pipes fit into the available space. An axle-back MRT system takes just 60 minutes to install even for beginner mechanics. You don't need special tools or a tuning programmer to experience the best in automotive performance. Want to know the best part? Your exhaust system is backed by a limited lifetime warranty that covers materials and workmanship for as long as you own it.

Mazda Miata Exhaust FAQs

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