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Old 11-01-2007, 11:50 PM   #1
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Where can i find fender flares for my 93 miata??
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c2auto on clubroadster.com

I think his last quote to me was 250 or 275 shipped. There are 3 nicely priced versions out there... and then there are the JDM models that cost major $$$$
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also some currently on m.net classifieds. Racing Lifestyle
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I saw the AIM tuning miata in GRM and I think I actually like the fender flares they have, not molded on but riveted, not really for the cosmetic appeal but I could fit some nasty rubber on with those. No clue which they are though.
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http://www.racinglifestyle.com/ - Definitely a good company.
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Old 11-02-2007, 02:24 AM   #6
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alright thanks guys...
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Old 11-02-2007, 09:58 AM   #7
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in the megasquirt manual.
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I have the flares from c2auto. They are descent quality and a great price.

Although, if you are looking for show car looks, it's not going to happen without a ton of filler. If you are looking for flares for the purpose of fitting larger tire like me, they work great.

BTW, I'm tuckin 275s under mine.
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There's also miataroadster.com who sells both Tuckin '99 large flares and AWR flares. those are both huge-*** flares.
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I have the flares from c2auto. They are descent quality and a great price.

Although, if you are looking for show car looks, it's not going to happen without a ton of filler. If you are looking for flares for the purpose of fitting larger tire like me, they work great.

BTW, I'm tuckin 275s under mine.
DANG! 275's??? Have any pictures?
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Old 11-04-2007, 02:46 PM   #12
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those tires are freaken CRAZY!!!! you must handle like a porsche...
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Holy crap. that is all.
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those tires are freaken CRAZY!!!! you must handle like a porsche...
Do you mean with a heavy rearward bias and the ability to be facing backwards faster than you can blink?
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What size are they ? Rim sizes ? Looks wicked
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Do you have datalogs of the lateral Gs?
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Do you mean with a heavy rearward bias and the ability to be facing backwards faster than you can blink?
he's not talking about 911 porsche handling, he's talking about cayman porsche handling silly

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275/35-15 Hoosier A6s on 15x10 Keizers.

I don't have any lateral g datalogs, but I am guessing close to 1.5 continuous.
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What kind of flares specifically?
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What kind of flares specifically?
http://c2auto.com/miata_ext_flares.html
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