So I bought a Corksport axle back exhaust for my 15 mazda 3 hatchback back in late March. Corksport said they were out of stock 😞. I went with them because the sound wasn't too "ricey" and seemed just right. In the meantime, I've seen some vids and posts about the Ultimate Racing and Racing Beat...
I'm looking at getting this from Racing Beat: Exhaust System - 5 Door for 2014-18 Mazda3 Skyactiv 2.0/2.5 - Racing Beat
I know there's been some discussion around their exhausts, and I'd love if anyone who runs this one could weigh in as far as the sound. Being a big kid like the rest...
Yeah, the car has 150k on it but I finally installed an aftermarket rear sway bar. Picked up a brand new Racing Beat sway for $100 and added some new end links that I already had to install. I'm impressed with how much nicer the car handles now. Lots of 'bang for the buck'!
Selling Racing Beat lowering springs for anyone looking for a modest drop. Fits Mazda 3 2010-2011 Mazda 3 (2.0L/2.5L) sedan/5-door and 2012-13 Mazda 3 (2.0L SKYACTIV) sedan/5-door.
$130 local pick up only around Orange County, California area.
Hey all, this is my first post so go easy on me lol.
I have been going through the threads on this forum for idk how long and finally made my suspension decision, I am going to go with Koni fsd's and racing beat springs. This combo will give me the looks, performance, an ride that I am looking...
Lists of current mods:
- Takeda CAI
- Racing Beat Exhaust
- ST Coilovers
- CorkSport Rear Sway Bar
- CorkSport Skidplate
- CorkSport LED Light Kit
- Advance Timing
- Evil M Emblem
- Trying out a MSDS header (installed 7/24/11)
- Aftermarket wheels
I'm looking into getting an RSB but I found a few threads on the two RSBs but I'm trying to find out which one is best. Anyone have any input on that? Thanks in advanced. I know tri-points got the settings but is that really worth it compared to RB's one setting. Any input on which one is best...