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Mazda MX5 Miata NA NB Adjustable Front Lower Control Arms

Original price £373.99 - Original price £373.99
Original price
£373.99 - £373.99
Current price £373.99

These are currently out of stock but more are on the way! You can order now and we will dispatch asap. Please contact us for lead times.


  • Fits all Mazda MX5 Miata NA & NB models - direct bolt-on.
  • Camber adjustment separate from factory bolts allowing optimum caster and camber settings.
  • M6 holes for grease fittings, to make for easy servicing. 
  • Massive wheel clearance for increased steering angle.
  • No trimming of chassis or bodywork is required.
  • OEM fit bushes sold separately - Add both sets of Powerflex bushes (1x PFF36-101 AND 1x PFF36-102)


  • 2x Front Lower Control Arms.



  • Bushes are sold separately (1x PFF36-101 AND 1x PFF36-102)
  • Widens track by 10mm per side minimum - extended tie rods are recommended if widening the track further by using ball joint positions 2 or 3.
  • These FLCA will need to be installed using the outer ball joint positions or suitable wheel spacers to give the required clearance when fitting 13 & 14" Wheels with an ET0 or higher offset.
  • Fitting by an experienced mechanic is strongly recommended. Destroy Or Die are not responsible for any damage caused due to incorrect fitting or assembly.
  • Not for road use. 

Suggested Alignment:

  • Front:
    • Camber -5
    • Caster 5
    • Toe 0
  • Rear:
    • Camber 0
    • Toe 0
  • Rear toe-in will make for snappier transitions, while front toe-out can aid with turn-in. However, our advice is to learn and experiment with different settings to suit the car, track, and driving style.

Click HERE to see Project 380's fantastic fitting guide and familiarise yourself with the parts before yours arrive.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
Paul A
Front Lower Control Arms

Well made and fit perfect


These things are so killer. extended tie rods are absolutely necessary if you put the ball joint in either of the furthest mounting holes on the control arm. At least for me, I tried using the second hole out, thinking I could get away with it, absolutely not I needed at least a half inch more on either tie rod, so probably just mount the ball joint in the first mounting hole. (Third hole being closer to wheel hub side, first hole being closer to steering assembly)


I really appreciated the customer support and the quality of parts!

David Rojas
Amazing control arms

These control arms paired with the rest of the Destroy or Die suspension give my Miata amazing steering feel for drifting. I run mine max track width and it helps the car turn in a lot better.


A thing of beauty, quality part.