Most would probably agree with you. I admit that it's near insanity to think that an RSX could pull off a silver 5-spoke design, but I guess I'm just crazy like that.Sorry bro disagree with you but in my personnel opinion and I think some would agree, import and domestic just don't combine and I repeat my personnel opinion I think it looks wack just bc of the wheels. ...
Thanks a lot for the photos! Those are some aggressive wheels.17x9 +35 / 245/40/17 / Mugen SS
The +35 offset will sit flush with fenders , i rolled my fenders previously so i had plenty of room. And as for the trailing arm clearance, it will be close (too close for comfort for me) about two fingers or so depending on your rear toe alignment so keep that in mind. I ran the same tire dimensions as well. Hope this helpsI know this is an old thread so I'm likely not to get a response but here goes anyway. I'm looking at getting some Enki PF01 17x9+35 on some Micheline pilot sport 4s's 245/40/17. My questions are will this fit flush or will I need spacers, do I need to roll the fenders, and will this wheel setup hit the trailing arm
reference on your distance between fender and tire.I want to run this setup next summer but am curious as to how it will look and whether or not I'll need to roll my fenders in the back. I currently have the Mugen SS with about a 1.5 finger gap in the rear. The Mugen SS tends to sag a bit in the rear if I put weight in the trunk or have passengers in the back so I've heard that with the wheel specs specified, I will likely need to roll my fenders. I'm also wondering if even after my fenders are rolled, will my tires rub when I have weight in the back? (tire size 225/45/17) I do not want to run any negative camber in the rear either.
Please post pictures of your car if you're running this setup or something very close to it. Thanks!