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08-27-08 01:02 AM
Wach_N_C I agree with the rest 16" would look nice.
08-18-08 01:14 AM
92integ
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Originally Posted by xLAD23DERx View Post
16" ROTA C8 w/ 205-40R-16 NITTO NEO GEN TIRES





those look nice, after i sell my talon and buy a 91-93 integra im def buying some rota c8's
08-17-08 11:46 PM
vortex
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Originally Posted by jwrape View Post
I know, originally i bought $30 coilovers on Ebay. Then I found out that they were crap and sold them for $50 before I installed them.

profiting 2/3's on them....i'd keep doing that
08-15-08 05:33 PM
jwrape
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Originally Posted by Ska View Post
If you're going to do it, do it right. And that's gonna take a lot more than $30.
I know, originally i bought $30 coilovers on Ebay. Then I found out that they were crap and sold them for $50 before I installed them.
08-15-08 05:31 PM
kyoru 15 - 16's
08-13-08 06:29 PM
C25A1guy IMO, if you can find a 15 or 16 with a width of 7-7.5, you're set. You keep your unsprung weight lower, lots of tire size choices along with a lot of tires that are nice and sticky. Even on the RSX, I'm running 16x8 +30 or +35 (I forgot) Racing Hart CP-035. If I wanted to, if I can find some r-comps, I can push it all the way to a 245 or 255 wide tire and still fit it in the stock wheel well.
08-13-08 12:44 PM
Clem Kevin honestly, ive got so many different weights for the hanabis, 10.5, 11.5, 12, 14, 17

heres what i know

10.5, i dont even know how the fuck someone got that weight on a scale, but i saw a picture, good proof

11.5, the most common advertised weight for this wheel

12, What falken told me the wheels general weight is 'around', meaning i think its going to be close to the 11.5 everyone says

14, what falken told me the first time i called, they didnt tell me that it included the packaging weight

17, probobly shipping weight
08-13-08 04:00 AM
m0nst3r
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Originally Posted by Clem Kevin View Post
the most affordable lightweight wheel is the enkei rpf1, they round out to about 800$ a set at 9.6 pounds per wheel. from a students standpoint, thats the best lightweight wheel cheap money can buy. then theres the falken hanabi, which weighs 11 pounds. You can get a set of those for under 400$. if you want cheap and light, those are the best you can get
Cool, that's good to know. Also, I looked around for the Falkens, and I saw them listed at 17lbs and 11lbs. Would the 17lbs be with the tires you think? Even it wasn't, it still beats my heavy ass stock wheels. :p
08-12-08 11:53 PM
Clem Kevin the most affordable lightweight wheel is the enkei rpf1, they round out to about 800$ a set at 9.6 pounds per wheel. from a students standpoint, thats the best lightweight wheel cheap money can buy. then theres the falken hanabi, which weighs 11 pounds. You can get a set of those for under 400$. if you want cheap and light, those are the best you can get
08-11-08 02:13 AM
quic vic My current car on 15's


and my former car on 15's
08-11-08 01:35 AM
vortex
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Originally Posted by m0nst3r View Post
Everyone's got some nice pics! Keep 'em coming!

Quick question, what's considered a light-weight wheel?

mag wheels are the lightest you'll ever see. some weigh as little as 6 pounds. single piece forged aluminum wheels are light also. once you dabble in multi-piece wheels is where a lot of weight comes from. my OZ's are 3 piece and weigh 44 lbs a piece with rubber....but they are sooo dam pretty
08-11-08 12:59 AM
m0nst3r Everyone's got some nice pics! Keep 'em coming!

Quick question, what's considered a light-weight wheel?
08-10-08 10:01 PM
rewsintegra the ls... it was dumped
08-10-08 10:00 PM
rewsintegra my ls-v on 16s.
08-10-08 08:58 PM
quic vic and less difficulty getting the car to stop, and it'll ride better with the stock size. plus I love the look of my 15 inchers.
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