PART NUMBER: 61-1924
Wheels Specs: *15x8.5 *4X100 *25mm offset *73.1mm bore *12.75 pounds ULTRA LIGHT!
Fitment Notes: This is the WIDEST wheel you can fit on a Miata with stock springs or lowering springs in a standard diameter using a 225/45/15, you do not need coilovers to fit these wheels. NA requires roll AND pull, NB requires heavy roll.
1990-2005 Miata Brake Clearance Notes:
- Clears all factory brakes
- Clears Wilwood 11" BBK
- Clears Stoptech 11" BBK
- Clears our old 11" Version 4 BBK
- Clears our 11.75" Version 5 BBK
- If you have another big brake kit, please contact us to confirm clearance.
Brian's APPLICATION NOTES: Likely the best bargain right now in flow formed wheels in this size, and very nicely finished. ONE CAUTION, it seems Konig is trying to play more like Enkei and included cast aluminum fancy center caps instead of industry standard cheap snap-on plastic caps. The result looks high end compared to plastic caps on wheels of similar cost but BE CAREFUL to do little more than finger tight with the very tiny allen head screws that attach the caps, use a dab of locktite, do NOT apply significant torque to the screws or they will strip out immediately! Tight lug pocket means we suggest our various tuner lug upgrades with these wheels, such as our McGard Spline Drive Lugs.
These are absolute beautiful! Have 205/50 in the front, and 225/45 in the rear with Federal 595RS. WHOAH, these look stunning on the Miata. I balanced these myself, static balance and they seems perfect. Barely asked any weight, 2 wheels asked .25oz and the other 2 was 1.00 oz. But tires are also factor in that, but I don't feel any vibrations at all. Compared previous wheels that was dymanic balance which were Toyo Proxies with Basset Wheels(terrible).
These are clearly best wheels for Miata at low price, they could release more colors imo.