Good-Win Racing Mazda Performance Parts

Konig "Dial In" 15x7 Grey

2011-2017 · 15x7

Mazda2 2011-2017 · Wheels-Tires · Wheels

Part Number: 61-1390M2

Year: 2011-2017

Application: 15x7

Reg. Price: $136.00

Sale Price: $112.00


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Konig "Dial In" 15x7 Grey
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WHY? You want the best Miata wheel for your money!
HOW? Flow forming...because it gives us a STRONGER product than other casting methods with a strength level that otherwise requires forging...but at much lower cost than forging.
WHAT? The best combo of WEIGHT, STRENGTH and PRICE you will find in a Miata wheel. You get a 15x7 that is under 11 pounds....yet has a load rating of 500 KG.....and you get it for less cost than anybody else can give you those three things!

Fits all 1990 to 2005 Miata brakes, and our Good-Win Racing BIG Brakes!

* 15x7 4x100
* +35 offset
* 10.9 lbs
* Flow Formed construction
* 73mm center bore
* Clear coated finish
* Cap included
* Valves not included
* Best Tire Fitments: 195/50/15, 205/50 tires.

Takes optional 73/54mm hubcentric ring for Miata installation, which is also available on this website.

Note we recommend our numerous upgraded lug choices with any of our new wheels. Unlike the short and fat stock lugs that will likely result in scratching new wheels, all our replacement lugs have the socket tool bottom on the lug rather than the wheel surface, and are longer for more engagement with stud surface so they also stay tighter.

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I received the Roadstersport II, and I wanted to compliment you guys on an awesome product. The Miata should have these on from the factory. They make a great sound, that is not obnoxious at all. The exhaust also installed seamlessly!!! I will buy all of my Miata stuff from you in the future. Thanks,

-- Nate

Wow. That is really fast service on the shift knob. Thnx

-- Scott