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Old 12-01-2009, 08:45 PM
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Wanted to revive this thread since the flares came in! (Spoolin2bars is the man!) I need to exhaust all my options here before I pull the trigger on some wheels in the springtime...Now who's jumpin on the ban-wagon with these flares!?

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So your final choice on wheels is....
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holy crap that's huge. Not a fan to be honest. You better get some crazy good looking rims to fill those though. So far the choices posted in this thread are "ok" for the most part. A few were downright ugly. Nothing was epic enough. I say you keep looking for some EPIC rims
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Originally Posted by 18psi View Post
Nothing was epic enough. I say you keep looking for some EPIC rims
Thats what I'm saying....I need help finding suitable (and affordable) wheels to fill these monsters!
I must admit that they are larger than I thought they would be...they look goofy right now, but I know once I get the correct wheels on there it'll look mean.

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So your final choice on wheels is....
The spinwerks Series 82 16x9.5 0et (~$250 per rim / ~15lbs)...so far, but I'm definitly not dead set on them by any means...
http://bisimoto.net/store/index.php?...roducts_id=439
http://www.racerpartswholesale.com/p...ries_82_Wheels







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3.5" spaceeeers!!1! lolololllolloooollolz.
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Hard to tell what wheels these are exactly (I believe Kodiaks $$$) but they look pretty good...

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^^Those are Kodiaks, and they're super hot.
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I was the only flared miata in CT, I hate you
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It happens. I was the only flared NA around here for a while, now they're coming out of the woodwork, which is why I'm going to get the N2s, no one has those around here yet. Of course, wonton is a good friend and he'll have them too. Oh well... lol
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Originally Posted by miataspeed2005 View Post
I was the only flared miata in CT, I hate you
Naw...Quinn's miata has been flared for a while

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Originally Posted by RotorNutFD3S View Post
It happens. I was the only flared NA around here for a while, now they're coming out of the woodwork, which is why I'm going to get the N2s, no one has those around here yet. Of course, wonton is a good friend and he'll have them too. Oh well... lol
its gonna be okay buddy..........we both have two totaly different paths we are taking in what our cars are gonna look like!

id says yours is refined, mine will be a raw look! but hey your car is still faster than mine!
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i'm already missin' those things...
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Just came across these....spinwerk-esk type wheel....going to dig to see about finding more info on them.

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I guess I have a nack for finding the same damn wheels

"Selling my set (4) of Circle Racing wheels (now renamed Spinwerkes). Manuf end of 2001, used part-time over 3 seasons. Very good condition. 16x9.5", with 4x114.3 bolt pattern (for 12x1.5 studs), zero offset (5.25" backspace), has centering rings (aluminum) for cars with 60.1mm hub, center bore of wheels is 66mm. They are 14.8 to 15 lbs each, light and strong, spun aluminum. No dents, rash, some very small chips.(pinhead size). Polished aluminum (no clearcoat)."
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Brock B1's



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Originally Posted by elesjuan View Post
What the heck.. I'll put in my undervalued $0.02...



I think thats hot.

Just make sure you're using a nice wide wheel and the proper fitting tires.
Looks amazing. Can anyone tell me what hood this car has?

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Originally Posted by rxmx View Post
looks amazing. Can anyone tell me what hood this car has?

Rxmx,
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The kodiaks on the Blue NA are SICK......!!!!!!!!!!
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Originally Posted by buffon01 View Post
The kodiaks on the Blue NA are SICK......!!!!!!!!!!
Yep, that is one of my friend's cars. He is the one that got me into turbo miatas. He now has a Porsche GT2 as a daily driver.
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