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Old 10-14-2002, 03:24 PM   #1
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Tire Speed ratings

Speed ratingMiles/hourKilometers/hourApplication
N87140Spare Tires
P93150-
Q99 160Winter Tires
R106170LT tires
S112180-
T118180-
U124200-
H130210Sport Sedans
V149240Sports cars
Z149240Sport Cars
W168270Exotic Sport cars
Y186300Exotic Sport cars


thanks to 4jacks for the follwing information:

Tire Size ###/##/##
The first Three Digit Number is the Thickness of the Tire in mm
The second Two digits is the aspect ratio of the width and the height of the sidewall
The third Number is your Rim Size.


Also I found the following link really super nifty when buying my rims. I'd hate to link to it as a sticky, maybe their is someway to steal it I dunno, check it out i'm sure you'll think it's nifty as well

It calculates how your Odometer and Speedomer will be affected, and everything.

http://www.2k1civic.com/stuff/tire_calc.cfm
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Old 04-21-2003, 02:02 PM   #2
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Heres a working tire calculator.

http://www.miata.net/garage/tirecalc.html

Thanks to JudoAnt for the link.
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