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1994-02 Stage 1 Performance Brake Kit

1994-02 Stage 1 Performance Brake Kit

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A good-looking, effective brake upgrade for 1994-02 Miatas. This is basically a refresh of the stock braking system, updating all the wear parts to new, high-quality and high-performance replacements. Direct replacement for stock parts, fits all Miata stock wheels.

Fits 1994-02 US cars with the standard brakes, not compatible with 2001-02 Sport Package brakes. This size was also used on some Miatas outside of the US after 2002. The front rotors are 10.0" in diameter, please check your brakes or call us before ordering if you're not sure.

For rotors, you have your choice between StopTech high-performance slotted rotors or Centric premium plain rotors, both of which won't rust and are made to tighter tolerances than others. Porterfield R4S pads offer strong, fade-free braking on the street and autocross course. Stainless lines give a solid pedal, and our high-temperature brake fluid will minimize fade even under hard track use. Speed bleeders don't give any real performance improvement, but they sure make it easier to bleed the brakes solo!

Includes a full set of pads, rotors, our stainless brake line kit, and a bleeder hose at minimum (enough for all four corners of one car). There are some shipping limitations on the brake fluid so we've made that optional.

What's the difference between this and our four-wheel big brake upgrade? Sizing. The big brakes are bigger than the factory units and use different calipers.


Instructions are not currently available.


Ships free in the US.

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What does it fit?

Fits: 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002


Emissions do not apply.


1 year



Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Great stuff, can recommend if you still have the original brake lines.

I needed to do my brakes, so I decided to upgrade the old lines while I was at it. The instructions were helpful and now my Miata stops a lot better than it did before. I've had it for about a month now, and I haven't had any leaks or catastrophic failure yet.