Mazda MX-5 tuner BBR has joined forces with Cosworth Engineering, the premier motorsport engineering company in the UK, to deliver an exciting performance upgrade package for the latest 2.0-litre, 158 bhp Mk3 Mazda MX-5.
The BBR-Cosworth collaboration unleashes a supercharger conversion for the Mk3, 2.0-litre Mazda MX-5 that centres around a state of the art 4th generation Eaton MP62 supercharger. A compact, reliable, quiet design that's well proven in original equipment fitments across the world, the Eaton supercharger is mated to a Cosworth designed cast integral inlet manifold, which is optimised for both performance and fuel economy.BBR-Cosworth Mazda MX-5 MK3 Supercharger Specification
The BBR-Cosworth supercharger upgrade power increases the power output on the Mk3 Mazda MX-5 2.0-litre model to a dyno proven 235 bhp at 7130 rpm, with a healthy 190 lb.ft of torque available at 5260 rpm. Crucially the progressive nature of the power delivery means that the delicate dynamic balance of the Mazda MX-5 isn't upset, yet naturally with a power gain of 77 bhp and a torque increase of 51 lb.ft performance is transformed for the better.
The Mazda MX-5 BBR-Cosworth super charger system, which is exclusive to BBR, is now available to for installation at BBR's Brackley, Northamptonshire fitting centre, located 6 miles south of the world famous Silverstone Grand Prix racing circuit.
The fitted price for the BBR-Cosworth Mazda MX-5 Mk3 supercharger upgrade is £4995.00. BBR will also be supplying BBR-Cosworth kits for DIY fitting, complete with all options and full installation instructions.
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