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NA Mazda Miata Wheel Fitment Guide

Author: Sterling Feathers

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Sterling Feathers

Sterling was born in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and has had a massive passion for cars since he could talk. He studied Business Administration at Ferris State University hoping to run his own car dealership one day. As time went on, Sterling began writing car reviews on his own website until he found his home with us as our first Copywriter! He loves everything about the car culture and was Vice President of the motorsports club during his time at Ferris. Sterling enjoys going to every car show and meet possible, attending autocross events, and going for long road cruises with other members in the car scene. He currently drives a 2016 Volkswagen GTI with a stage 2 tune, downpipe, BC Racing coilovers, and a set of Artisa ArtFormed Elders.

November 23, 2020

Lowered NA Miata


The NA Miata is arguably one of the most influential cars in the community. It doesn't have a lot of power, but it's simple, light, and has pop-up headlights. What's not to love? This car is easily one of the most customizable cars available right now and their low cost means just about anyone can have one!


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Table of Contents

  1. Fitment Information
  2. 15 Inch Wheels
  3. 16 Inch Wheels

Fitment Information

Everyone loves a Miata and these things have some of the widest fitment ranges in the car scene. Ranging from 14 to 18 inches in diameter, the amount of build variations that the Miata has is absolutely insane. Today we'll break down three different builds each with a different size wheel and tire so you can find the fitment you like the most. Otherwise, head on over to our gallery where we have a ton of Miata's with all of their fitment information!


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Bolt Pattern: 4x100  mm

Diameter Range: 14 - 18 Inches

Width Range: 5.5 - 8 Inches

Offset Range: +0 - +45


15 Inch Wheels

Quick links

  1. - Build Breakdown
  2. - Work Meister CR01 Review
  3. - Toyo Proxes T1R Review



Build Breakdown


Lowered Hardtop Miata


  • Wheels: Work Meister CR01 15x8 +22
  • Tires: Toyo Proxes T1R 195/45
  • Suspension: Coilovers


Starting off our list we have this beautiful 1993 Miata with a hardtop. This car is running the Work Meister CR01 in a 15x8 +22 size with none other than a 195/48 Toyo Proxes T1R. This thing sits pretty low thanks to the coilover suspension. This is a really clean and simple setup. The wheels accent the livery on the car very well and the fitment is so clean.


Lowered Miata on Work Wheels


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Work Meister CR01 Review


Work Wheels Logo


Ah, the Work Meister CR01. This wheel is beyond gorgeous and when it comes in at the price it does, it better be. Work is known for creating some of the most iconic and high-quality wheels on the market. The owner of this car throwing them on his Miata is pretty much the ultimate flex. The deep-dish look with silver lip and gray spokes makes this one of the most beautiful wheels you can pick up at this price-point.

Work Meister CR01



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Toyo Proxes T1R Review


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The T1R is a performance variant of the Toyo Proxes lineup but what sets the T1R apart from a lot of other high-performance tires is how well it performs in wet conditions. Toyo designed the T1R with a unidirectional tread design that allows the tire to remove water much more efficiently than the standard performance tire. This design also helps the tire look more aggressive which can be equally as important as the performance depending on your build.

Pros:

  • Awesome wet performance
  • Great Looks
  • Low Cost

Firestone Firehawk Indy 500 Specs:

Price: $512

Speed Index: V

Tire Type: Performance

Warranty: Full Manufacturer Warranty


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Toyo Proxes T1R



16 Inch Wheels

Quick links

  1. - Build Breakdown
  2. - Klutch SL2 Review
  3. - Federal Evolution ST1 Review
  4. - Fortune Auto Review


Build Breakdown


Lowered Miata with 16 Inch Wheels


Moving on to the 16-inch wheel size, this one is for more of a show style look but isn't too over the top where it would be hard to keep the car functional. We can see this Miata has a set of 16x8 +15 Klutch SL2 wheels wrapped in a 195/40 Federal Evolution ST1 tire and paired to a set of Fortune Auto coilovers. This setup is complemented by a body kit that helps the car keep an old school JDM look.


Slammed Miata on 16 inch wheels


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Klutch SL2 Review


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Founded in 2012, Klutch wheels has created a huge name for themselves in just a few years. Recognized for their unique stylings and old school designs. Klutch wheels is so confident in the quality of their wheels that they will always provide a full manufacturer's warranty. The SL2 is incredibly unique in its design with four split spokes, beautiful milled accents, and that classic deep dish style that fits so many JDM cars. The Klutch SL2 looks like nothing else on the road and is always a neck breaker.


Klutch SL2


These TSW Sebring wheels are featured in Black, Silver and are sure to make your ride stand out! The design of these wheels will be the perfect complement to your build. The TSW Sebring is a One-Piece Alloy wheel that will give your vehicle the look and performance you've been searching for. These stunning 10 spoke wheels will definitely transform your ride into something truly special!


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Federal Evolution ST1 Review

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Founded in Taiwan in 1954, Federal has established a strong presence as a tire brand in the automotive industry. Federal continues to develop high quality, innovative and reliable tires, all while maximizing performance. The Evolution ST1 has to be one of the best bang for your buck performance tires of the year. It has advanced wet compounds, an aggressive design, and provides a ton of grip both on and off the track. For the money, Federal has been killing the game when it comes to performance tires.


Federal Evolution ST1


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Fortune Auto Suspension Review

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Fortune Auto is one of the best-known brands in the game. They are an official suspension supplier of Global Time Attack and they value research and development to make their suspension the best on the market. On top of that, their suspension is inspected, assembled, and serviced in the USA and are the only company that offers height and dampening adjustable coilovers at their price point.



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More Builds from Our Gallery

Slammed NA Miata

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Lowered Miata

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