PART NUMBER: 61-3051
Takes a 73mm hubcentric ring also available on this site. The flow formed process results in a product that is stronger/lighter than lesser casting methods. Most everything else in this price range is gravity cast, pressure cast, or low pressure cast with heat treatment.
ABOUT ADVANTI RACING: Advanti Racing wheels was established in the mid 1990s. Their racing experience includes supplier and sponsor of the Formula One Scuderia Toro Rosso team, among others, and that experience is reflected in the quality wheels they produce. Each wheel is designed and engineered in-house by YHI Manufacturing to the highest quality and testing standards, including JWL, JWL-T, VIA and TUV.
Flow Formed Production Technique results in stronger and more dense final product with less weight than lesser casting methods.
Note we recommend our numerous lug choices with any of our new wheels, stock lugs are too short and fat. Unlike the short and fat stock lugs that will 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.
Great for 205mm, 215mm and 225mm tires. Even 235/40 size tire fits nicely without rolling fenders but may rub plastic fender liner at full lock depending on how much car is lowered, amount of negative camber, and tire choice.
ND TPMS Note:
In the USA, the 2016-2017 ND Miata uses NO in-wheel sensors for tire pressure. 2018+ ND Miatas do use physical tire pressure sensors. The new in-wheel sensors do not fit Advanti Storm wheels. Customers will want to pick an aftermarket sensor for that wheel for 2018 and newer, or just use regular valve stems with no sensors if you don't mind the light on the dash. Shown below with our RF Springs:
I planned to primarily use these wheels for track days with 225/45 series tires, but they look so good I may keep them on the car day-to-day. The offset helps broaden the stance of the car, especially with a slight drop from lowering springs. I took a chance with the bronze on a white car, hoping it wouldn't be too gaudy or flashy, but they are pretty reserved in soft matte. I run them without TPS sensors but don't mind the light on the dash.
There were no issues at the track (Buttonwillow Raceway Park CW13) and no rubbing on the inside or on the fenders. The sway bars were at the stiffest setting, but I set the sways to soft and took the car up my local road up to the apple orchards. Even though the corners are slow they are very tight and bumpy and there was still no rubbing. Great offset.