One Bad, Dirty and Low MX-5 With XXR 513s
If there's a car that is always called "THE" Driver's Car, it's the Mazda MX-5. With he first generation NA1 MX-5s now 25 years old, they are a seriously cheap way to have a good time both on the street on on the track. We're off to Washington State, USA to check out a unique example, complete with flat black paint, slammed on its guts with XXR 513s. It's a value for money double match made in heaven, with the XXRs completing the look beautifully. we hope you enjoy this article, and we hope it inspires you as much as it has us. If you want a set of XXRs, Ozzy Tyres are the place to get them.
“I’ve seen my fair share of low, static VWs, but Drew’s Miata takes the cake for ‘so-ridiculously-low-god-I-love-it-rideheight; we’re talking 1″ of clearance on this daily-driven go-cart.” – Mike Gilbert
The fenders have been re-shaped, painted and smoothed since the photoshoot.
1990 Mazda Miata
BC Racing coilovers
15*8 et0 xxr 513′s
195/50-15 falken zeix ze 512′s
RSR Exmag gtII 1/1000 exhaust
No Power steering, Air Conditioning, ABS
Wire tuck in the engine bay.
Rolled an aggressively pulled fenders
Hard dog hardcore single diagonal SCCA approved rollbar
Sparco junior sprint racing seat
Garage vary front lip
Soft top delete”
All photos taken by Mike Gilbert taken for canibeat.com