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Singular Motorsports 3" Brake Duct Package NA/NB

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Singular Motorsports 3" brake ducts are designed to fit all 1990-2005 MX5's with wheel sizes 14" and up.

This package includes:

* Pair of Brake Ducts

* 2 Aluminum Air Inlets

* 4 Stainless Steel High Torque Hose Clamps

* 13 ft of High Temperature Silicone reinforced double wall hose

Installation Notes:

Two popular locations for the air inlets are the sides of the radiator mouth or in fog light holes. We recommend securing the brake duct hose with zip ties to the under tray or sway bar. Take care to check clearance with the wheel to avoid contact or rubbing.

Key features of our brake ducts include:

Precision Waterjet and TIG Welded
Lightweight Aluminum Construction
Reduced Brake Temperature
Increased Rotor and Pad Life
Improved Brake Consistency
Made In The USA

Note: There are some limitation to the hose size which you can run to the ducts:

2.5" hose is compatible with the factory under trays, requiring little to no modifications . We recommend the 2.5" brake ducts for those who want the most cooling ability with the least amount of modification. 2.5" hose can clear 15x9" wheels with the factory undertray intact and without the use of any spacers.

In most cases, 3" hose requires a non-factory or fabricated under tray to clear 9" wheels or larger. With the factory plastic undertray removed, 3" hose will clear 15x9 and 15x10 with a 5mm spacer.

We recommend users run the largest size brake ducts that they are able to accommodate on their car. Brake pad and rotor life is increased further with the larger diameter units, as well as a larger reduction in operating temperatures.

ABS SENSOR NOTE: Those with ABS will notice that the ABS sensor wire wants to interfere with the brake duct plate. This can be easily solved by swapping the front ABS sensors from left to right and vice versa. There is no difference between the left and right side sensors, they are interchangeable other than the wire orientation where it exits the sensor being reversed. The wiring does head downwards initially rather than upwards but this a very trivial concern, and doesn't cause any issues.

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