NA Retro Window Switches


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NA Retro Electric Window Switch

Details


  • Plug-and-play power window control for all NA Miatas (89-97).
  • OEM fit and finish. It bolts on and plugs in like the stock piece.
  • Flush mount - the top metal plate sits flush with your console (ever so slightly below actually).
  • No core charge! No OEM parts are used.
  • Available in brushed aluminum or black anodized.
  • High current industrial switches can handle a lot more juice than the weak stock switches can.
  • But really, they just look cool.
  • Shipping calculated at checkout. US customers receive Priority Mail. International orders will be sent via EMS or Priority International.

Buy the NA Retro Window Switch - Black Anodized - $159 USD

Select Plate Finish:




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The revlimiter Retro Window Switch - accept no substitutes.


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Available in the original brushed aluminum finish...


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... Black anodized with brushed aluminum labeling...


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... or in real carbon fiber.


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We use stainless steel guard hoops and high current industrial switches - only the finest parts.


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The plastic frames are hand cast parts. Each is made and finished individually. There's no mass production or off-shore factories. Small Lego helpers are not included.


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Next, I make wiring harnesses. My switches plug into your factory harness just like your original window switch.


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The aluminum plates are water jet cut with extremely high precision. The plates get brushed for a smooth finish and I apply the stickers. I use stickers instead of silk-screening to allow for modification. Up/Down and Down/Up stickers are included.


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Finally, I assemble everything. This is a completely manual process and I use the finest parts available. Building each switch from start to finish takes about three hours. The results are worth the effort.


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Not using any stock parts on these means the world's supply of NA factory window switches is not being reduced. It also means I can make these up at any time and 6 month waits for a new batch are a thing of the past.


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Add a Retro Hazard Switch to complete the look!



About the Ordering Process


Every item in this store is hand-crafted, made one set at a time. Everything is made to your specs. There's no mass production. However, I usually make the hazard and window switches in batches. Unless otherwise stated above, the switches are always in stock. There shouldn't be much of a delay between your order and when I'm able to ship you a window switch. Still, if there is some special circumstances, I'll contact you via email to inform you of any delays.

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