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Mazda Miata Thermostat, 1990-1997

Mazda Miata Thermostat, 1990-1997
Mazda Miata Thermostat, 1990-1997
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  • Fits the 1990–1997 Mazda Miata
  • Activates at lower temperature so coolant flows through system earlier
  • Allows for cooler engine temperatures
  • Mishimoto Lifetime Warranty

The Mishimoto racing thermostat for the 1990-1997 Mazda Miata will promote greater cooling efficiency throughout your engine. The Mishimoto racing thermostat will significantly lower high engine temperature produced by modified and upgraded turbo applications. Once the engine is fully warmed up the Mishimoto racing thermostat will open up at a lower temperature than standard thermostats, also allowing the coolant to flow through the engine sooner thus reducing and maintaining cooler engine temperatures.

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TECH SPECS

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Mishimoto Lifetime Warranty

Engine Codes BF
GD
NA

Chassis Codes B6ZE
BP-ZE
B6-ME
B6D

Fits Kia Sportage 95-02
Mazda 323 85-03
Mazda 626 88-92
Mazda B2600 89-02
Mazda Miata 90-97
Mazda MX-3 92-95 (4 cyl)

Mishimoto Activation Temp (Fahrenheit) 154.4

Mishimoto Activation Temp (Celsius) 68

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