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Old 10-21-2012, 03:31 AM
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Default anyone running sportmaxx oo2s?

pretty keen on getting a set of xxr 002s 15x8s 0 offset going to need some guard rolling i guess. car is on apexi springs 30mm lower than factory.keen to slam it another inch or so
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Have fun with your heavy wheels, **** tires, tiny contact patch and mangled fenders.
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really that bad? bet not as bad as my 17s on it atm
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0 offset on an 8 inch wheel requires quite a bit of pulling/rolling. There's plenty of pictures of them on miatas
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i know what they look like just wondering ho much work to make them fit
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what is this ultimate troll thread?
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what is this ultimate troll thread?
I know right, don't trust anyone with <5 posts.
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All depends on if he is the typical stretching idiot that asks about sportmax. But I tracked on 002s with 225 NT01s just fine. I prefer cheap/disposable wheels.

Expect to flare if you run a real tire... if you are a drifting/street slammed looser... just hammer it out and run stupid stretched stuff to fit.
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U guys are harsh....u might want to go to CR.net with this thread o.p.....
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yeah might have to go for some other wheels just really liked the look of them i could get them in 7 inch wide but thats much less dish. still dont think it would be worse than the 17s honestly. cheers for your thoughts though
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Ive been having same problem finding wheels...I want something light,but looks good with a lip...Was looking at Konig spools which are 12.5 to 13.1lbs depending on finish...Rota Grid v but the look I want only comes in a 15x8 et0...so Ive decided to order the Real Deal Volk TE37 V 15x8 et 25....only 11lbs... Steplip FOR THE WIN...
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Performance does not revolve around asthetics. Worrying about asthetics is not worring about performance. Worrying about how much "dish" a wheel has is like putting premium fuel in a stock NA Miata and thinking it'll make a diffence on Mt. Akina when the Red Suns challenge you.
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Bro I needz dat lip doe
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Originally Posted by Doppelgänger View Post
Performance does not revolve around asthetics. Worrying about asthetics is not worring about performance. Worrying about how much "dish" a wheel has is like putting premium fuel in a stock NA Miata and thinking it'll make a diffence on Mt. Akina when the Red Suns challenge you.
Going for looks and performance...Win-Win
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boost93 you seem to understand where i am coming from. I'm not really interested in full out performance. I want to change what my car looks and handles like as it is because I'm not happy with it.

I have seen tons of miatas running these wheels and i realize there will be lots of work to make it work but its just a genuine question nothing more than that. I don't want my car to scrape and be impractical but i appreciate the look of a low car even if it wont be best for performance.
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If you're willing to "make lots of work" to fitting wheels, why not get some 15x9 or 15x10 6ULs and get functional? Leave the 0-offset **** to the bandwagoneers...unless by doing work you really mean installing flares so you can run a 225 tire on those 0-offset wheels.
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Originally Posted by Boost93 View Post
U guys are harsh....u might want to go to CR.net with this thread o.p.....
No, we have standards.
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Originally Posted by jimmyneutron View Post
boost93 you seem to understand where i am coming from. I'm not really interested in full out performance.
This is not the forum for you. We are going to ridicule you incessantly, I recommend you go back to Club Roadster because that's more your speed. Believe it or not, "Miatatuirbo.net" is not about stretching wheels or touching men, it's about turbocharging Miatas.
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