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Flyin' Miata sway bar end links (NB front or rear, NC front or rear, OR ND front)

Flyin' Miata sway bar end links (NB front or rear, NC front or rear, OR ND front)

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Why do you need adjustable end links? Well, they allow you to remove any preload from the sway bar. They're not necessarily required with every aftermarket bar, but they are the last step in corner-weighting the car to ensure it's perfectly neutral.

The weakest point in adjustable end links is usually the rod end (or "Heim joint") at the ends. Rod ends allow for a good range of motion and they look like awesome race car parts, but they wear over time. The speed at which they wear depends on the quality of the bearing and the environment in which you live. Some inexpensive ones have a lifespan of 6 months. There's a reason you'll never see rod ends on production cars.

These end links are custom-made for us and feature a strong and durable ball joint at each end. No worries about wear over time! The end link can be adjusted turnbuckle style, without disconnecting either end. The adjustment range is from 81mm-97mm (3.2" to 3.8").

Sold in pairs, which will cover one sway bar. Two pairs are recommended for a complete car. You can use one adjustable and one stock end link per sway bar, but that can make it difficult to reach the additional holes on adjustable sway bars (such as the FM bars). These work well with any sway bar that can use the stock end links, including stock sway bars. Fits either front or rear of the NB, the front or rear of the NC, or the front of the ND chassis.

A note on rear NC applications: The fore-aft portion of the sway bar on the rear NC isn't supposed to be horizontal. That portion of the bar should dip down and come back up for fitment / clearance purposes. As long as the sway bar bushing and the top of the end link are roughly the same height off the ground (on level ground), your end link is the correct length. These end links can be adjusted to the correct ride height for most "normal" applications. 



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2 years


13-99050 NBC_FR NDF

Customer Reviews

Based on 29 reviews

Great product. Works great!

Michael L.
Works as intended, and quietly!

I've been using my car as a dual duty street/track car for years, and had been using a different brand of adjustable end links that use heim instead of ball joints. They worked fine, but rattled constantly and it drove me nuts on the street. These perform the same way, but don't make a sound. Much better!

Best bang for your buck!

I was skeptical at first due to the reviews saying the barrels’ hex was too thin for a standard 13 mm. However, I received FM’s updated design that fits a regular open end 13 mm. Installation was a breeze.

Slight nitpick.
All the threads came with a lot of burrs out of the box. Little bit of clean up made assembling a lot easier.

Overall, really happy with the results for the price.

Daniel B.
Good Value; A Few Minor Issues

Overall, I'm pretty happy with them for the price. I had two issues installing on my NC.

1) The bolts are longer than they need to be, and with the limited range of motion of the ball joint, it can be difficult actually getting them mounted.

2) One of the link ends felt like it had a slightly damaged thread when assembling. This resulted in a tight spot on every rotation when trying to adjust the length, making it hard to feel where the sway bar preload started.

This is the first time we've heard of the bolts (the stud on the ball joint?) being too long. The stud does need to be long enough for aftermarket sway bars that have thicker ends, so if you're using stock sway bars that could be part what's going on. As for the limited range of motion, that's also surprising. Are you referring to how stiff the joint is? This is on purpose, as the suspension has far more leverage / mechanical advantage over the joint than you do pushing on the stud, and we don't want any slop or noise in that joint. It can help to assemble the end link, then slip the stud into a hole on the sway bar to reposition the joint as needed - doing so gives you more leverage and makes it much easier to manipulate.

On the damaged thread, this can happen occasionally, but usually isn't an issue. If it's causing an issue for you, please reach out to our customer support team to get it sorted out.

We're glad that you're happy with them overall, thanks for the review!

James K.
Sway Bar Ajustable end links

Well these are beautiful pieces of equipment for sure. I do not race my ND. Although I like to go like Hell on the Back roads sometimes. Especially when the wife is Not in the passenger seat. When I upgraded the Sway Bars I thought what the heck get these (the price is right). So now all is well in my world