Mazda 3 Performance Parts
Racing Beat offers a wide selection of Mazda3 performance parts for a range of models. Among the more popular upgrades with Mazda3 owners are intake, exhaust and suspension modifications, we invite you to review our Mazda3 parts listing and contact with us with questions regarding our Racing Beat Mazda3 parts. We're amazed at the performance potential of the Mazda3; our experience has shown that this chassis is very responsive to aftermarket upgrades and modifications. What are you waiting for? Get started on your upgrades today!
NEWS FROM THE INSIDE
Update – Fall 2021
Whew! The past year has been a wild ride as Racing Beat has experienced overwhelming demand for almost every item in our product line. We’ve been working long hours and weekends as finished product leaves our production building and then heads directly to the shipping table. Now, limited raw material availability, significant cost increases, and supply chain delays are continuing to impact our product availability. We’re adding new production staff as we attempt to catch up with orders, we appreciate your patience! If we’re temporarily out-of-stock on an item, bear with us, we’re pushing as hard as we can. While many of us have greater issues that concern us, the joy and passion of our Mazda vehicle can be an ideal and momentary distraction from daily life. We invite you contact us personally with any questions or comments regarding our products, we’re here to assist. Thank you for your continued support.
Posted by Jim L October 04, 2021
2019-20 Mazda 3 Exhaust
Work is underway on exhaust systems for both the sedan and 5-door versions. As with most new Mazda applications, there typically is a delay with the introduction of new replacement parts in the dealer distribution chain – critical for the comparison and design of our welding fixtures. We’ve finally gotten our hands on a OE muffler for the sedan model and prototype work and test fitting has begun. Since the 2019 Mazda 3 features a completely new rear suspension configuration as compared with the earlier model, unfortunately a complete muffler redesign is required. We’ve since had access to a 2019 sedan model, we’re confident that the sedan/5-door muffler shapes and configurations are similar, but the muffler outlet tubes on the 5-door are significantly shorter – meaning there will be a completely separate exhaust for both the sedan and 5-door models. Prototype work and test fitting will continue through the spring of 2020, more to come.
Posted by Jim L March 02, 2020
Who better to give you a tech-talk than Mazda's own tech guy and RB friend, Dave Coleman! Discover the inner-workings of the Mazda3 Skyactiv application.