I'm a new Miata owner and first time poster here, so please go easy on me. I'm still pretty green.
Just got some Team Dynamics Pro Race 1.2 wheels and TPMS sensors for my 2015 Miata. I want them as a second set of all-season rims/tires.
I went to the local Goodyear place (TireRack preferred installer) to ask about their prices and they started giving me a lot of crap about how OEM sensors usually won't work aftermarket wheels.
After I got home, I installed one of the sensors finger-tight and it seemed to fit fine. The sensor body lays right up against the wheel, but doesn't interfere with the alignment of the stem or the seating of the o-ring. However, I have never seen a sensor actually installed on a wheel, so what I think is ok may not be ok. I will take a few pics and post them if need be, but what I'm interested in is whether these wheels are designed to be used with Mazda OEM TPMS sensors.
Here are the wheels:http://www.good-win-racing.com/Mazda-Pe ... -1281.html
I didn't mention that the Goodyear place also insisted that they need to program the sensors for the specific wheel position on the car, so they wanted me to bring the car in, rather than just the rims. They charge $12.50 per wheel for this service. I planned to install the wheels on the car myself and just use the reset procedure in the user manual. They gave me a lot of push-back on that. I don't mind the $12.50 nearly as much as the feeling that they were BSing me.