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    I've got a 91 miata. I was wondering what would be a good rack for it.
    By the way miatas are not gay. I am going to put a turbo on it so it will be crancking out 270 hp in a car that originaly has 93 hp at the rear wheel. My friend has one and its got 210hp and his does a quater mile in the 11's

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    Quote Originally Posted by hillking
    By the way miatas are not gay.


    i'll be honest, i thought they were pretty gay...then i drove one. little car + rear drive throttle oversteer = fun, awesome time.

    also, i have no idea what rack would be best for you.

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    Is a hitch rack an option? (T2 etc) I don't know if rear clearance would be a problem though, since the car is fairly low.

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    I have a 94 with a hitch on it.

    Mines the crappy tow/drag bar, whatever the hell you call it, style instead of the normal receiver style which they do make for miatas and look a hell of a lot better. I do drag it every now and again on the part that runs under the bumper but its not a big deal. I doubt it would happen with a hidden receiver hitch but you would still need to be care full with a rack mounted on it. No problems with the bikes on the back other then my weight distribution being thrown off a good bit.

    btw mine is turbocharged and has a roll bar so way not gay

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    I use a Thule hitch rack. It drags on driveways a lot. I need to find somebody with a chop-saw and drill-press to shorten the rack a few inches (it extends out from the car more than it needs to for my application).

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