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Old 01-19-2009, 03:22 PM   #1
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Lightbulb 175/60/r13

im looking for some help trying to find a canadian supplier or someone who can supply a race/performance tire for the miata i am planning to drive over the summer something like the kuhmo v700 or even a more all season tire would do. i need some enlightenment i have contacted many tire suppliers and couldnt find a thread about this wherever i have looked..
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a 215/50r13" fits without rubbing on a miata... but you need 13x8" rims
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^um i'm sure you could run a 13x7" wheel too.
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If you're looking for a tire with good performance and for cheap, Sumitomo makes their HTR200 tire in quite a few hard to get small sizes.

Most notably, you can get them in 175/50r13 and 205/50r13. The former is what I run on my 13x5 wheels on my Honda CRX. Super light weight (24lbs including wheels!) and a very small OD for less inertia, and the equivalent of buying a set of aftermarket gears. In my CRX, I go from 4.25 -> the equivalent of having a 4.50 final drive with the OEM tires.

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to the OP: figure out your application and go from there. There is a MASSIVE difference between the V700 and an all-season tire. The V700 is a competition (R-comp) tire -- it's road legal but won't last too long if you daily drive it.

I believe that Teamwork AutosporKs can get Kumho r-comps in for you if that's what you're looking for.
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