British tuning company BBR has recently released the Super 200 package that will be available for MX-5 models from 2005 onwards.
Built for the 2.0-liter engine variants, the kit will come with several upgrades that include a high flow air filter, a stainless steel exhaust manifold, high performance intake and exhaust camshafts, 3.5-inch diameter tailpipes with stainless steel clamps, and a reworked ECU. With the modifications equipped, the car is now capable of producing 203 PS at 7450rpm and 225Nm of torque at just 4000rpm; 1100rpm lower than the factory model according to BBR. Completing the look of the car are a set of badges that will be placed at the wing and the trunk lid of the car, differentiating it from other MX-5s.
“BBR knows that the Mazda MX-5 owners community is a broad church and not everyone wanted the supercar style performance of our highly successful turbocharged upgrades. Therefore we decided to develop a package that built upon our entry level Super 175 and 180 upgrades by incorporating exclusive BBR hardware and further electronic development to deliver the first genuine 200 bhp normally aspirated conversion to an eager Mazda performance aftermarket, whilst being designed for everyday use and offering exceptional value for money,” said Neil McKay, Development Manager of BBR.