Yes the lack of foot rest is a problem and I can see the carpet wearing out quickly in that location. Mazda does offer an alloy foot rest for an additional price. Also if you are someone with large feet there is not a lot of space to rest your foot.My biggest complaint is my CX3 is missing the foot pedal normally located on the left side of the brake pedal.
I love that idea anchorman. I'd consider getting the Mazda part, but $40 and having to install it in the cold doesn't sound appealing.You can always velcro some rubber on. So far mine hasn’t budged;
Order parts from Japan. They have one with AWD and 6MT!My biggest complaint is my CX3 is missing the foot pedal normally located on the left side of the brake pedal.
On the main instrument cluster I do not like the turn signals on the bottom of the speedometer/tacho. It is hard to see when turning and I found the tone is too soft also with standard speakers in my CX3.Oh I got one,i wish turn signals were on HUD,there hard to hear with bose on...that's all..
The established and well respected MX5 ECU tuners include Motoeast, Dynoyronics and Tuning Done Right (TDR). With a stock 2.0L Sky-G engine one could expect an approximate 10-15 Wheel Horse Power and Torque increase with a ECU tune. Search the Miata.net forum for tons of information. I had TDR tune my 08 Miata after the header/midpipe/exhaust and Cold Air Intake modifications and the seat-of-the-pants power increase / throttle response was very noticeable.Order parts from Japan. They have one with AWD and 6MT!
All you need is transmission, clutch pedal and booster, IP cluster, and shifter surround!
Reprogram the ECU/PCM and while at it, boost the power with premium gas tune for extra 20+ HP.