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NOPRO Fender Flares For Miata MX5 MX-5 06-08 JDM Roadster : REV9 Autosport

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Jet Stream Gran Turismo Over Fenders

Availability: Ships in 5-10 business days

$1,599.99

Product Description

The Jet Stream Gran Turismo Overfenders are made specially for the NC3 (2013 to 2015) MX-5. It will make the car 15mm wider per side and allows running lower offset wheels on the car. The shown vehicle is running 17x9.5 +35 in front and 17x9.5 +28 in the back combined with 245-40R17 tires and sees a lot of track duty. It's mainly used to be legal (so tires and wheels don't stick out from the arches) and make the car look much more aggressive. Drilling is required inside the flares. The holes cannot been seen from the outside. Jet Stream Gran Turismo Over Fenders should be ordered at REV9 Autosport https://rev9autosport.com/jet-stream-gran-turismo-over-fenders.html as they provide the best service and speed we've seen so far!

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$1,599.99
• Great look
• Does not require any cutting to the fenders
• Made of FRP
• Includes all necessary installation hardware
• Only available for NC3 (2013-2015) MX-5

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Country of Origin Japan

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Questions on Jet Stream Gran Turismo Over Fenders

  • From Hailey Hall at 12/28/2021 6:16 AM
    • Will this fit a 2009 Miata? Even if not direct, will it fit with a bit of body work?
    • Hello Hailey,

      I've checked with Jet Stream and they said that the rear section fits perfectly on NC2 (orange car in photo), but the front section will need modification. They cannot say if it's easy/hard body work, but considering both NC2 and NC3 bumpers are quite similar, a good body shop that can do fiberglass should be able to adapt it.

      Thanks!
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