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Enkei or Velox

Discussion in 'Wheels / Suspension / Tires / Brakes' started by 92CHB, Apr 29, 2004.

  1. 92CHB

    92CHB Senior Member

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    I have been stuck on which set of wheels to buy i am either getting velox VX-8R's or Enkei RSF2's. I like them both but i am not too sure which to get so i was hoping to let you guys give you opinion. I am not worried about performance loss 'cuz these are not for racing they are for looks only. Thanks :worthy:

    Sorry for posting links I had trouble getting pics to post.
    the enkei's 16x7 link

    and the velox's i belive they are 16x7's also link

    I can get them both for the same price so that makes it even harder to decide. thanks again!
     
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    Those enkeis are sick, I'd sport those. I'd take my steelies over the velox's. :D j/k, they are both nice. If you get velox's though make sure you get the forged ones, because all the rest are hella hefty, and only good for looks. The enkeis definitely get my vote. Or get some TE37s :ph34r:
     
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    I'd go with the enkei.

    an alternative to the enkei would be the rota-subzero.
     
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    phunky.buddha Admin with a big stick Admin VIP

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    I love Velox wheels... just not those.
     
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    yeah i did look at the subzero's but they don't have a centercap...or do they? I'd like to have a center cap just for the appearhance aspect.
     
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    if i had the money i'd love to get the pg-5's :(
     
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    I have the subzero's and yes they do have a center cap
     
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    do you have a pic of them? i haven't seen any of them with caps :(
     
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    I can get you a pic later today when I get home as I don't have my camera with me today.
     
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    the pic provided is the rota slipstreams, but the subzeros have the same centercap
     
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    :werd:

    Those are the ones I'll probably get for track wheels.
     
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