Email me at [email protected]boao2k2 said:It's a down south thang, to put big azz rims under your ride as long as they fit without lifting the car. I have 20's on my 07 forenza, looks great. Yeah the brakes looks small on my too, be better if I could get a BBK. Any one know where to find one?
bigger isnt always better. that isn't very stylish if you ask me.boao2k2 said:It's a down south thang, to put big azz rims under your ride as long as they fit without lifting the car. I have 20's on my 07 forenza, looks great. Yeah the brakes looks small on my too, be better if I could get a BBK. Any one know where to find one?
Sadly that probably only makes up for the wheelsboao2k2 said:There are those who dont like it, like I said it's all a matter of opinion. But I don't just put big rims and call it a day. I have to add performance mods as well. Right now I have a custom cold air intake with a flow through spectre filter (autozone) using some left over 2-1/2" piping and bending it to reach the lower fender. Also a 4" burn-tip muffler, with the silencer of course hate the ricer sound, and have a ground kit from sport compact only on the way. I am also looking for a performance chip/module.
I do have 18's that I put back on the Honda. Some 18" Helo's with Falcon 215/35ZR tires. Personnally I like the look of the 20's on my new car better. I tried the 18's to me it just looks OK, like every body else's whip with 18's. I like to be different.Fulofstl said:haha this is funny...if you want to do performance, then why did you put 20's on your car? your not gonna get any performance hualing all that rotational mass around with our small cars. If you want both styling AND performance, 17's or maybe even 18's would be fine, but 20 inch rims for performance doesn't cut it, for me at least. Don't judge me or anything...it's just my opinion and I'm glad your trying new things with our cars