Does This Tuned Mazda MX-5 Look Like A Ricer Or A Beast?


There’s a thin line with tuning a car.

The Mazda MX-5 Miata isn’t really seen as a “manly car,” butit may be sports cars on the road today. To give the sports cara more aggressive look, Kuhl Racing ( Nissan GT-Rs) gave the vehicle some questionableperformance parts. In the US, the MX-5 comes with a 2.0-liter four-cylinderengine, but Japanese enthusiasts are stuck with the lighter, less powerful1.5-liter engine. To make up for this, Kuhl Racing gave the sports car amenacing appearance. Did it work or is this MX-5 a hideous sight?

It’s hard to miss Kuhl Racing’s aggressive front end thatfeatures four massive vertical blades for a look that reminds us of fangs or looseteeth. Then there’s the gaping grille that looks like an open mouth. The MX-5already came with a questionable front end from the factory, but Kuhl Racing’s bodykit is even more unsightly. There are side skirts and a rear bumper that featuresan integrated diffuser, which is truly ghastly. The Japanese tuning company alsooffers LED rear lights, a swan neck GT wing for an additional $900 and other accessoriesto ensure that you will never lose the sports car in a parking lot.

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As far as performance, Kuhl Racing offers customers itsown “Slash 2” exhaust system for an extra $1,000 that gives the tiny 1.5-literengine a more ferocious bark. The exhaust system is made out of 100-mm steelpiping and is centrally mounted with a Heat Blue treatment for a better look. Sois this the meanest MX-5 around or something that should only come out onHalloween?



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