Discussion in 'Wheels / Suspension / Tires / Brakes' started by DuckSauce, Aug 26, 2008.
Im curious to see if anyone else is on 19s.
and for the record, no - i rock some old school 14s
Used to be rocking the 13" Prelude Si rims.
You have 19" rims...that is huge for a civic. I have 17" and they are even too big.
Ive always loved the Ls mesh but i cant fit anything smaller then 18s since I have a brake upgrade.
I got 15" Mugen MF10L's on my hatch. Before that I had 15" Rays Gram Lights 57C's. The Gram Lights weighed 10.5 lbs each and the Mugens weigh about 10 lbs each. Lightweight is the way to go!
very nice. I would go 18s but i said what the hell. If i can fit 15s I might as well go for broke. and it is a show car. With some "go" too. Im thinking of stripping of the kit. Leaving the fender flares. and going for an even cleaner look with some 15 or 18s. but I dont have the $ for that so Ill have to wait.
my rims, integra fat fives.
hell yeah! The old schools!
I have those on my 93 integra right now.
maybe but they look sick when theyre in motion though. I think it depends on the car. My friend had 19s on his del sol and it looked like a giant skate. But when the car was rolling it looked real good. I think my paint makes my car look like a toy car. lol
Honda Integra fat 5's on my teggy. Complete with honda logos, which is fucking retarded for an acura.
Stock 5 stars on my jeep. With big freakin tires.
That's hot...just like the postee.
Enkei 16s on my EK coupe. Perfect size IMO. With the low-er pro's, they're the same diameter as stock wheels.
enkei RS-6 17" on a 89 crx, uncomfortable ride but looks fly! What you guys think?
Stock 94+ integra rims! Pic somewhere on here.
Uh, are you sure you need brakes that big?
Here are my rims. 15".
Just ignore the scratches, gouges, and dents in the car, mmmkay?
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