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2003RSX6SPDTYPE-S

Junior Member
has any one seen the OZ F1's? Do you think they would look good on a 1990 Integra (4door). Wrapped in Yokohoma Parada Spec-2's? In the size 215/40R17's.... I think they would.
 

E_SolSi

Member of the 20 nut club
Moderator
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these?

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definatly a nice looking wheel but they are pretty heavy 17x7 = 22.6lbs

but if your looking for 17's i guess you really dont give a fuck about performance anyway
 

asmallsol

Super Moderator
have you looked at the superleggera's? They only weigh 10.7 lbs per wheel and they do come in a nice dark silver. although i do like the F1's look better but the weight out weighs it.
 

Prowler

Super Moderator
OZ Chronos are very nice. The 18"s way less than 20lb's.
 

asmallsol

Super Moderator
but most OZ's suck for civics and small cars like that. They are all to big. For cars like audi's, bmw's and other bigger sports sadans, OZ's are great.
 

asmallsol

Super Moderator
b, i thought that you were going to do the 5 lug conversion so you dont snap shit under the trq of the LS turbo
 

posol

RETIRED
Staff member
if i snap a lug i will never drive a car again, because the power will simply over whelm me.

you have a better chance of snapping a lug tuning your car stock at 45 mph than i would with made horse y0
 

chet

Senior Member
snapping a lug is nearly impossible.

thats the last thing brian needs to worry about.
 

chet

Senior Member
i'd consider 15's. get 15 x 7's with 205-50-15's because that tire/wheel combination will probably yield the best performance while keeping the unsprung weight to a minimum.

what car is this on?

i guess with preludes and bigger vehicles, 16's are ok, but you're increasing the outward mass which ultimately kills horsepower.
 

chet

Senior Member
if you can afford a new rsx, then go with volks or another high performance forged wheel...

regamasters, spoon, mugen, etc all make strong, lightweight forged wheels.

otherwise, go with rota's, a cheap alternative that is relatively lightweight.
 
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