|05-03-2015 03:27 PM|
|felixthecat||I'd go for a set of ST wheel/tire combo,,,,,,|
|04-20-2015 09:55 AM|
|04-19-2015 09:37 PM|
|Griffin27WV||Your not going to notice any performance diffrence in rim size, width of your tire is way more important than the size of the tire in my opinion|
|08-09-2013 07:04 PM|
|08-09-2013 06:27 PM|
|dyn085||You really should start looking at the date of the last post of the threads you're commenting in. This has been dead for nearly a year.|
|08-07-2013 06:29 PM|
|CunFFS13||If you gonna spend some money in a set of new wheels, then go for 18"|
|10-30-2012 06:04 PM|
the pink might look off on the Red Candy
|10-30-2012 05:45 PM|
|thisisbenji||So maybe the Sparcos + 235/45R17 RE-11s. The Bridgestone site says those tires are good down to a rim width of 7.5 so I'd supposed the Sparcos fit the bill.|
|10-30-2012 02:38 PM|
I remember this article from a couple years ago about different size wheels/aspect ratios:
It's not perfect but nice to see some actual testing done. They went from a 195/65-15 all the way up to a 235/35-19 (24lb difference between those two sizes )
generally they saw more grip as wheel size increased/aspect ration decreased but also increased acceleration times.
|10-30-2012 10:56 AM|
RPF1's would be awesome to have, apparently there are sets floating around with the 5x108 bolt pattern, but I've only seen one show up on eBay.
Sparco Asseto Gara's are still probably going to be your best bet for something lightweight and not overly expensive. They are 19lbs ea. for the 17's and 21lbs ea. for the 18's. 18" O.Z. Ultraleggera's are 18.5lbs ea. as well.
I agree though, our options for wheels is really limited.
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