MX-5 Turbo Kits

A turbo kit generates extra power by forcing air into the engine at a much higher pressure, which then increases the performance potential of your car.

Turbocharging your car doesn’t have to mean sacrificing reliability, though, which is why the MX-5 turbo kits you’ll find at BOFI Racing are tested by us to the nth degree. If you need advice, please don’t hesitate to ask our friendly team. We live and breathe MX-5s, and we are always happy to help our customers choose the parts that are right for them and their cars.

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About Our MX-5 Turbo Kits range

Our MX-5 turbo kits include all the necessary parts to give your MX-5 the extra oomph you require, like the TM1 Top Mount Garrett Turbo Kit, which boasts 230-240HP with a Garrett GT2554R turbocharger, or upwards of 290HP from the Garrett GBC22-350 turbo.

Another turbo kit offering is the TD1 TD04 Turbo Kit for Mazda MX-5 NA & NBs, which uses an Eight Nine Pre-Clocked Turbocharger. This kit includes absolutely everything you require for your engine to make up to 250HP, although we highly recommend upgrading your car’s clutch at the same time to unlock the full power potential.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between turbo kits and supercharger kits?

The main difference between Miata turbo kits and supercharger kits is how they provide extra power to an engine. A turbocharger harnesses the kinetic energy of exhaust gases to spin a turbine, which in turn compresses the air, enabling more fuel to be injected and resulting in an increase in power. However, a turbo can lead to turbo lag as it takes time to spin the turbine.

A supercharger, on the other hand, is driven by a belt directly connected to the engine and provides an instantaneous power boost.

Supercharger vs Turbocharger: Which is better?

While a turbocharger’s primary drawback is lag, a supercharger’s biggest con is efficiency (or lack thereof). Because a supercharger uses the engine’s own power to spin itself — while a turbo runs off waste energy created by the engine — it saps an increasing amount of power as engine revs climb.

This parasitic effect on the engine energy, and thus lower power and increased fuel consumption, make them a less popular option than turbos.

Turbochargers offer an addictive surge in acceleration as they increase boost and generally make more power than belt-driven supercharger alternatives.