I Have Some 17in Ray Gram Lights And I Was Woundering How Big Of A Spacer Should I Get For The Front And Rear Thanks
to tell you the truth i dunno the offset due to it was on my friends 95 integra im going for the flush look how does the jdm look like any pics thanksDTRAIN619 said:Offset? And what type of look are you trying to achieve? (Flush fitment, JDM, VIP styling?)
Hmm, they probably have a +40 or so since they were on a Honda.azynboi03 said:to tell you the truth i dunno the offset due to it was on my friends 95 integra im going for the flush look how does the jdm look like any pics thanks
so with 25mm spacer on the rear with my rims they wouldnt rub because im right about to get some 215/45/17 or 215/40/17 what do you think i have some s-tech on them will it rub or mayb just clear it should i get spacers for the front too or just leave it thanksScionScotty said:my guess is that theyre 35-45. somewhere in that range if they were on a honda/acura. get a 25 mm studded spacer from either H&R or Kics (JDM). i have the Kics and they Kic Ass (haha pun). thatll space them pretty damn close to flush without having to worrying about the rub.
My take on VIP styling(1st pic) and flush fitment. (Hmm, they seem to be almost one and the same now that I look at them, but again JMO.)Misterflipper said:What do the other stylings look like ?
so its not me!! i thought my eyes were playing tricks on me, and me being japanese, and my eyes being slanted i thought that the rear pass. look slightly off. thanks brad.squirrel said:And as some already know, you may want an additional 3-5mm on the left(driver) rear as the rear axle is offset slightly to the right of the car. Its that way on all 04.
Eric, you already saw the next set of wheels going on the squirrel express LEGOBX. I'm thinking about increasing the camber slightly all around too.ThunderGod said:man! i need camberage NOW!
i hate you brad.....oh thats right, your the most H8 D 1