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I am looking at new wheels. what should i get ........18's or 17's ??????????
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18's !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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13x9" Dayton Wore wheels with ultra low profile go-kart tires... [IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif[/IMG]

17's dude.. 17's.. and the 13" Dayton wires and go cart tires.. has been done by a dude with an 89 CRX...you can see it at sounddomain I'm too lazy to search it up and linkify it

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Yeh, get the eighteens, so I can smoke yo' *** when I roll up next to you in some light weight 15". : )
No, really, 18's are heavy as sh*it.........go for the 17's.
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17's...18s will slow you down too much...unless your going for straight looks
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Or just go with 16s and feel no difference in acceleration...
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go for lightweight 17 that's lighter than stock rims (some examples: NT-03, TE37, SE37)

by the way, discount tire is having a special on Enkei NT-03
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16" Performance
17" Looks & Performance
18" Looks

You Decide !!!
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I'm gettin some 17"s, but i'm buying some 13"s off of my friends kia for the front end as my track tires. They are light as hell!
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you are probobly going to get 45 or lower series tires......17 & 18's warp like crazy if you hit those nasty potholes that seem to be everywere, make sure their well made...........get 15's or 16's-much better performance, you will leave the line like a slug with 18's....(17's are'nt much better)......[IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif[/IMG]
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