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what would the best rims be on a 92-95 civic hatch.

don't want anything real expensive just want to know what you guys are running. i'll probably go with 15's. i like team dynamics and rotas, any others you like? they gotta be light weight but the have to be a good rim too.
thanks for the input
 

asmallsol

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I like my rota's in bronze. I think they look great but rota said that they had problems with the bronze paint on the circuit 8's so If i could do it again, gun metal would have been a good choice.

Rotas are nice because they are decent quaility, light wheels for cheap
 

posol

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enkei rp fi

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phunky.buddha

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Originally posted by pissedoffsol@Apr 9 2003, 01:09 AM
enkei rp fi

:worthy:

I'll get around to having a set for the track eventually...
 
yea, RPf1's arent expensive. :lol: only about $1800 for a set of 15's right? and they arent even available in the US yet?

i have BSA rims. they are top quality construction, cheap, and not too heavy. similar to konig wheels.
they sell them under the brand name "Rage" at america's tire co. / discount tire co. The reason they are cheap is cause they are a brand new company, but they have been the biggest importer of aftermarket wheels in europe and asia for years. they now have one of the most advanced wheel making facilities in the world. they're located in malaysia.

http://www.bsaalloywheels.com

check out their manufacturing facility:
http://www.bsaalloywheels.com/manufacturing.asp
 

Baker

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Originally posted by rixXxceboy@Apr 9 2003, 07:44 AM
yea, RPf1's arent expensive. :lol: only about $1800 for a set of 15's right? and they arent even available in the US yet?

i have BSA rims. they are top quality construction, cheap, and not too heavy. similar to konig wheels.
they sell them under the brand name "Rage" at america's tire co. / discount tire co. The reason they are cheap is cause they are a brand new company, but they have been the biggest importer of aftermarket wheels in europe and asia for years. they now have one of the most advanced wheel making facilities in the world. they're located in malaysia.

http://www.bsaalloywheels.com

check out their manufacturing facility:
http://www.bsaalloywheels.com/manufacturing.asp

i used to have a set of rage wheels, they were crap. Two of them got bent from god knows what, i never curbed them or anything.
 
Originally posted by Baker+Apr 9 2003, 11:07 AM-->
rixXxceboy
@Apr 9 2003, 07:44 AM
yea, RPf1's arent expensive. :lol: only about $1800 for a set of 15's right? and they arent even available in the US yet?

i have BSA rims. they are top quality construction, cheap, and not too heavy. similar to konig wheels.
they sell them under the brand name "Rage" at america's tire co. / discount tire co. The reason they are cheap is cause they are a brand new company, but they have been the biggest importer of aftermarket wheels in europe and asia for years. they now have one of the most advanced wheel making facilities in the world. they're located in malaysia.

http://www.bsaalloywheels.com

check out their manufacturing facility:
http://www.bsaalloywheels.com/manufacturing.asp

i used to have a set of rage wheels, they were crap. Two of them got bent from god knows what, i never curbed them or anything.

there is a brand called "Rage Wheels"...its not the same as the "Rage" wheels they sell at America's Tire. The wheels i am talking about have the words "BSA RACING" stamped into them. they are actualy BSA, not "Rage Wheels". BSA has only been making wheels for 2 years.
 

Havok

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Originally posted by rixXxceboy@Apr 9 2003, 07:44 AM
yea, RPf1's arent expensive. :lol: only about $1800 for a set of 15's right? and they arent even available in the US yet?

Nah, they are like 1200 or something for them, and they are available now.
 
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