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15x9 wheel / tire bundle for NA/NB

Bright silver C3M with Toyo R1R
15x9 wheel / tire bundle for NA/NB

Price as configured: $0.00

Give your Miata maximum traction with a choice of wheels.


Maximum traction for the NA and NB. These are packages that contain wheels other than the 6UL. We sell 6UL packages separately.

Maximum traction for the NA and NB. The 225 tire combo will bolt on to an NB with no modifications required, but some light fender rolling will be required on the NA. The 245 will require rolling on the NB and a pull on the NA. The Rival 245 is wider than the Hankook 245.

You will need smaller diameter springs than stock, such as our Fox or V-Maxx options. This is what we use on all our V8 builds as well as the Targa Miata.

These packages are shipped mounted and balanced with all hardware required. All you need to do is check the tire pressure and bolt them on!


The TR Motorsport C3M is great value, but heavier than 6ULs at 15.8 lbs.

Sorry, 6UL wheels are not currently available in wheel/tire packages.


The BF Goodrich Rival S is a fast tire that deals well with track use. Very popular. The tread pattern makes it a poor choice for standing water, so keep that in mind if you plan on driving in heavy rain. 200TW.

The Toyo R1R deals well with cooler conditions and sticks well, but we've found it can overheat with really hard track use. 200TW.

The Hankook RS-4 is a great all-around sticky street tire. It won't last forever and we're not sure it's quite as good as the R1R in hurricane conditions (seriously, we've experienced it), but outside of that it's an excellent choice. 200TW.

The Toyo RA1 is a classic that's been around for years. The spec tire for most Spec Miata classes, it's a long-lived R compound that just keeps gripping and gripping until all the rubber is gone. It simply refuses to heat-cycle out. It also has gentle behavior on the limit, so it won't bite. Sure, there are stickier track tires out there. But this is one happy tire that can even be used for street use. Used as a rain tire at full depth. 100TW.

The Toyo RR is like a stickier RA1. Not as long-lived, but still easy to drive at the limit and tolerant of heat cycles. This is what the Targa Miata runs now to tame that ferocious V8. Not recommended for street use at all, even though it is DOT legal. 40 TW.

Shipping note:

This package will be shipped directly from Tire Rack. If they do not have stock, then we will not have stock.Unfortunately, we cannot offer this package to CT residents due to sales tax difficulties, nor can it be shipped outside the US.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Part number I17-23060 15x9
TÜV approval available No
Fits: 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 (non-MSM), 2005 (non-MSM), MSM
Manufacturer Flyin' Miata
Flyin' Miata exclusive No
Fits Exocet? Yes
Proposition 65 Warning: Cancer and reproductive harm
California emissions No

Customer Reviews 2 item(s)

Got these 15x9 advanti storm s1 wrapped in hankook rs4s and to be honest i am now afraid of the car. Not because of a lack of grip but because i have yet to corner it hard enough to actually get any kind of scrub out of these tires. The car went from fun and quick to outright exhilarating when combined with the v-maxx extremes with track pack... Absolutely nuts and the look has gotten more compliments than any other car i have built to date. Customer service was on top of making sure i had all the information required for ensuring someone was at the house to sign for delivery and I cant say that i will ever have the urge to shop elsewhere after this purchase through FM!
Review by Josh / (Posted on 4/24/2019)
Nice to have sizing figured, not a big fan of Tire rack
Ordered a set of Advanti S2's with Toyo Proxies R1R's in 225 flavor. As usual Flyin Miata's instructions and help were spot on. Found a decent fender roller on ebay for $45 and with a bit of advice from Brandon rolled the fenders without any issues. Everything fits great with the Fox coil overs and grip is amazing - I'm still trying to figure out if this thing is ever going to slide or just keep gripping until the car flips over. The only disappointment in the mix was the wheels and tires arrived out of balance from tire rack. $40 bucks later and my local tire store had them right. All were out a bit with one an ounce and a half out. Just goes to show, local talent is always better than big corporate. If it wasn't for Tire Rack dropping the ball I'd have given these five stars.
Review by Swifty / (Posted on 6/8/2017)
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