All Sizes of 6UL Wheels for ALL years of Miata!

Show off your lightweight high-performance wheels and see here what they look like on your Mazda before you buy.

Re: All Sizes of 6UL Wheels for ALL years of Miata!

Postby colt45 » Wed Jun 26, 2019 9:38 am

What color are the 6UL wheels in tungsten and beryllium? The web pics are so similar and close to silver, I can't tell. A mild grey to t would be great on my car.
Chatanooga
'06 Sport 6MT Ohlins 70N/50N
IBA/COG
colt45
 
Posts: 16
Joined: Fri Nov 18, 2011 5:53 am

Re: All Sizes of 6UL Wheels for ALL years of Miata!

Postby Brian » Wed Jun 26, 2019 12:01 pm

They are the color you see in the pictures, really not sure how to better describe them in words. Perhaps side by side helps better see the difference. To my eye the Beryllium is certainly more bluish grey, the Tungsten brighter chrome-like.
Attachments
BY_v_Ts.jpg
BY_v_Ts.jpg (67.06 KiB)
Brian Goodwin
Good-Win Racing
www.good-win-racing.com
Brian
Site Admin
 
Posts: 9035
Joined: Tue Feb 15, 2005 11:44 am
Location: San Diego CA

Re: All Sizes of 6UL Wheels for ALL years of Miata!

Postby DavidP285 » Tue Jul 23, 2019 2:30 pm

Brian wrote:Freshly washed and showing off new Continental Tire, 225/45/17. I miss the fat look of the 235/40 Toyo R1R but these Continental tires ride so plush, perfect for the GT sport touring mission of this project.


I love these wheels and like the idea of the 225s. However, the options in 225/40 are limited. Options in 225/45 are much greater. However, I thought the 225/40s were the limit for plug and play. I see here you have the 225/45s. Is there a problem with the larger size?
DavidP285
 
Posts: 4
Joined: Sat May 19, 2018 5:40 am

Re: All Sizes of 6UL Wheels for ALL years of Miata!

Postby Brian » Tue Jul 23, 2019 2:33 pm

DavidP285 wrote:
Brian wrote:Freshly washed and showing off new Continental Tire, 225/45/17. I miss the fat look of the 235/40 Toyo R1R but these Continental tires ride so plush, perfect for the GT sport touring mission of this project.


I love these wheels and like the idea of the 225s. However, the options in 225/40 are limited. Options in 225/45 are much greater. However, I thought the 225/40s were the limit for plug and play. I see here you have the 225/45s. Is there a problem with the larger size?



Have run 225/45 and 235/40 in stock fenders of my wife's Supercharged RF....all the details on our ND wheel fitment page.
Brian Goodwin
Good-Win Racing
www.good-win-racing.com
Brian
Site Admin
 
Posts: 9035
Joined: Tue Feb 15, 2005 11:44 am
Location: San Diego CA

Previous

Return to Wheel and Product Picture Gallery

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 2 guests