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Old 08-13-08, 01:26 AM   #31 (permalink)
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Here's a few of my Advan's from my cell, so apologies for quality (17x7.5 +33 front, 17x8 +38 rear):






Here is a better quality picture with the proper tire size on:
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^That second set is hot.
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Old 08-13-08, 02:42 AM   #34 (permalink)
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Wow.

@ EarlthePearl - I cant believe you got those 19s to look so sick. Im usually not a fan of anything over 18..

@Misdeismo - that stance is absolutely amazing..tell me more..

@Dubacky - 20 is just too big for my personal taste, but i gotta say that you do pull those off.

@ crowing - cant tell what i think cos the body is being lifted, im sure they are sweet.

mellow - i really like the look in that second pic.

Alright now give me your opinions. My tires on my stock alloys are beyond bald. So im gonna have to shell out for tires, and get screwed on mounting and balancing no matter what model i choose.. So ive been searching craigslist for some cheap 17" rims with decent tires. That way if i find a set of 17s i really love, i can use the tires i got and sell or scrap the old rims.. So theres my situation, money is tight right now. So i found these on my local craigslist. definitely not my fav, but worth considering.. what do you guys think? i think they might wor cos my sedan is blue and still has the yellow corners and yellow pin stripes.

17 inch Enkei wheels and tires bronze gold. Kumho Ecsta 17/225/45 tires

they are $500 and the tires have about %80 tread left. And they are 5 x 114.3
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I'm visiting the car tomorrow. I'll bring my camera.
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Here's a picture I took after polishing the lips of my wheels:




Dubacky: Those rims actually look good. Get rid of those dumb "20in" emblems. Every wanna be gangster and their grandmother puts them on their cars.

The Crowing: I'm looking forward to picks of those Super Advans!
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That suspension is a set coilovers I bought almost 3 years back. They are Tein basics made for a TSX. You can get the same look with the Ksports they are selling on the forum.

@chapman thats a custom wilwood BBK made by fastbrakes. they dont sell the exact one on the site but what they offer is similar.
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Apologies in advance for the quality. It was getting dark and I didn't have my tripod for a quality night still. Also, please excuse my lack of bumper. JDM's are going on.









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heres my 17's

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awesome thanks for the stock vs photoshop pic. Can you get a loo like that by just changing springs? My shocks also need to be changed but id be doing it myself so i dont mind doing it twice as i get the funds.

Crowing your car looks a lot nicer (spoiler and all) when its on the ground like that, regardless of whether or not it has a front bumper.. please tell me that the red door handle is not intentional?
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^No, it isn't. It was a desperate replacement that I needed and couldn't be picky about at the time. Eventually the whole car will be painted, so it will go away. And also, thanks!
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awesome thanks for the stock vs photoshop pic. Can you get a loo like that by just changing springs? My shocks also need to be changed but id be doing it myself so i dont mind doing it twice as i get the funds.

Crowing your car looks a lot nicer (spoiler and all) when its on the ground like that, regardless of whether or not it has a front bumper.. please tell me that the red door handle is not intentional?
all you need to get your car like the photoshopped one is well
35% tint on the back

but height, you just need lowering springs. im not 100% sure about it, other guys know more about it.
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ooooo dear god! F*ck you! now i have to go change....lol thats a damn sexy coupe
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