Please note that due to high demand, we are currently experiencing an approximate 45-60 day lead time on this swap package. All orders are shipped on a first come, first serve basis. We appreciate your patience!
NEW as of Summer 2021: Our Version 2 Ultimate Package includes the following enhancements:
-V2 billet machined engine mounts
-V2 subframe in smoke gray, with new mount provisions
-The option to run rubber or poly engine mounts
-Acuity TPS and TPS adapter are now standard
-Our billet throttle cable pulley is now standard
-A 1320mm accessory belt is included to pair with an EP3 idler pulley and stock belt tensioner
This package is designed to install a 2004-2008 Acura TSX engine (K24A2) in your NA or NB Miata, and take the guesswork and parts hunting out of the equation.
Most customers see 220+ whp and 180 wtq N/A from stock K24A2 engine swaps, with lots more N/A power potential from the K series platform.
With our KMiata engine swap package, we don't compromise performance. Specifically, our kit:
- Retains OEM Miata steering geometry
- Drops weight from the front of the vehicle
- Can handle all the road racing abuse you can give it
This V2 Ultimate swap package includes:
-K series to Miata transmission adapter plate
-K series to Miata flywheel
-Machined V2 engine mounts
-Tubular V2 subframe
-Engine mount pads
-Baffled aluminum oil pan with pickup tube
-KPower K20 oil pump adapter
-KPower RWD intake manifold
-Intake manifold gasket and hardware
-74mm throttle body and cable bracket
-Wiring conversion harness compatible with Hondata Kpro
-K24A2 upper coolant neck
-Slim flywheel dust cover
-1320mm serpentine belt
-Stainless steel 4-2-1 race header
-NEW Acuity Hall Effect TPS
-NEW machined TPS adapter
-NEW upgraded billet throttle cable wheel
Doing a K24 swap in an NA? The K20 clears the stock hood, but a K24 is about a half inch too tall. Add one of our modified valve covers to your order to fit the K24 under your factory hood.
Note: The engine mounts included in this kit are performance-oriented and designed to limit engine movement. The additional stiffness may result in an increase in NVH (noise, vibration, harshness), but can withstand years of hard driving as a result.