Mazda MX5 RF Luggage Rack :
Revo-Rack Black £229.95 / $319 / 265€
Revo-Rack PA £269.95 / $385 / 320€
Revo-Rack is a completely new type of Mazda MX5 RF Luggage Rack that virtually eliminates the risk of paint damage, caused by steel clamps or straps on the boot/trunk lid edge its universal design also allows it to fit any boot lid that takes the foot print of the rack, irrespective of size or shape. We manufacture the rack in two finishes black powder coated and hand polished anodised which resuls in a deep shine, both racks are made from lightweight 25mm T5 aluminium & magnesium tubing.
With the Revo-Rack car boot rack no metal touches your MX5 RF only soft rubber vacuum cups these use the pressure of the atmosphere to secure the rack to your Mazda's boot or trunk.
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Why a Revo-Rack Mazda MX5 RF Luggage Rack
- No clamps on the fragile aluminium boot lid edge
- No bolts
- No drilling
- No Straps
- No paint damage
- Tested to ISO/PAS 11154:2006 Road vehicles - Roof load carriers & European Directive for the General Safety 2002/95/CE.
- Conceived, designed and engineered for the MK4/ND MX5/Miata
- Due to the 3-4mm panel gap on the RF & ND its too small for a traditional clamp to fit, the 45 degree lip inside the boot makes this almost impossible.
- Shipped with DPD with a one hour delivery slot
- Revo-Racks load carrying capacity has been independently tested at 20kg/45lbs
- Roof operation is possible if the rack is fitted right at the rear of the boot/trunk lid ( video below )
- Supplied with luggage straps and a storage bag
The Rack Frame :
This MX5 RF luggage rack is manufactured from 25mm/ 1" 6063-T5 tubing this is an aluminium and magnesium alloy ( it will never rust ) As a result the rack frame weighs only 1.672kg / 3.6lb perfect for the MK4's aluminium boot/trunk lid. The cross bars are machine welded in place to ensure consistency, the rack is powder coated black. The rack measures 900x420mm / 36"x17"
The Supports :
The rack is secured to your MX5 RF's boot/trunk lid using three 120mm vacuum cups, rated by the manufacturer as capable of holding an 18kg/40lb load each.
Vacuum cups employ the force of atmospheric pressure to grip a surface: When a vacuum exists between the cup and the surface on which it is attached, the weight of Earth's atmosphere holds the cup in place with incredible force. Unlike suction cups that produce a vacuum as they pull away from the surface, Revo-Racks vacuum cups use a hand-actuated pump to efficiently remove air from between the rubber pad and the attaching surface thus creating a much more reliable hold. Because the full face of the pad is brought into contact with the surface, distortion is reduced, allowing the cup to be used with very little risk of damage.
The Revo-Racks vacuum cup's pump feature a plunger with a red line, which serves as a vacuum indicator. Introduced in the1960's, this safety device is still recognized as one of the most reliable warning systems available. A few strokes of the plunger evacuate the vacuum pad, causing it to seal securely to the attaching surface. When the cup is attached completely, the plunger stops moving and the red line is hidden within the pump. A visible red line indicates if air has leaked back into the pad, making vacuum insufficient to use the cup. However, if the red line becomes visible while the cup is in use, a check valve allows the user to re pump the cup without losing the remaining vacuum.
Lifting on the release tab near the edge of the pad allows air to refill the evacuated space, so that the vacuum cup detaches completely. The racks sits 7.5cm / 3" off the boot/trunk lid
Huge shoutout to the people across the pond at Revo-Rack. They didn’t pay me or anything to endorse them, but the rack is honestly the best possible solution for adding storage capacity to the world’s favorite roadster. It left no marks and I am sure it would work well on other vehicles too. At around $300 the rack seemed expensive at first, but it worked flawlessly and even kept all that camping gear rock steady into triple digit speeds at one point. Plus it’s something that I’ll continue to use in the future.
We are back in Holland after a trip of nearly 5000 KMS through France and Spain....You can see how we packed.
As you can see I used straps for extra safety. The rack was doing very well only one time I had to pump one cup extra.
Revo Rack Mazda MX5 RF Luggage Rack ; Fitted in 30 seconds
Revo Rack Mazda MX5 RF Luggage Rack ; Secure, Stable, Safe