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sorry dont know the spec but i think it belongs in here lol

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sitt'in pretty DSC02370.jpgDSC02364.jpg

 

 

Thats gotta be the hottest s14.5 in SA

 

:wub::wub:

Except it sits like a 4WD, has a terrible hovercraft bodykit that doesn't have the guards to do it justice, and the front doesn't flow with the rear. Much better have been done. With some extra time and dedication it has potential, but at the moment it doesn't get my vote whatsoever.

 

can u beat me guys???

 

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:yes:

A 4-door R32 rock hopping truck?? I love it.

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can u beat me guys???

 

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:yes:

A 4-door R32 rock hopping truck?? I love it.

 

 

I thought that was Nissan's latest effort for the Paris-Dakar? :blink:

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mexican ?

 

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excuse the horrible paint and horrible flare job...

 

since i roll my guards the wheels looked small, so i chucked some 20mm spacers on.. (now 18x10 -1)

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slightly mexican...but I dig it still

 

well done wezz

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got this from american nissan forums.

very nice and very old school styling, i like :D

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haha looks shit, im all for old school, but on a silvia with a kit, looks shit. on a older car without a kit it would look mint.

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Got a better photo of my wheels on my R31. 18 x 10 +5. wearing a 225/45 R18.

 

need to bog up the guards then just paint the car, set the coilover heights a bit better and Im back on the street.

 

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Why thank you! :wub:

 

Absolute pain in the ass to get right, as I cant adj. Rear camber settings etc.

 

Gotta play around with camber/kingpin setting on the weekend to get the fronts right.

 

Should be apples from then on. :woot:

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I have these WORK rims butsadly cannot use them :(

 

 

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hey dude,

 

just bought these rims from another member? i think i've seen these rims from the other member "GTSTT"

 

why can't u use them on ur car?

 

These were my wheels off my sil80

I had them repainted and fixed up after dodgy garage 13 sold em to me.

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just picked up and popped these things on today.

 

gram lights 57pro 18x9 +-0 18x10 +-0 . s15 on only lipped and slightly rolled guards. running stretched 225/235

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holy shit that is mint!!

 

whats with the evo style fins on ya roof?

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LOL i was bored one day and ordered some in. wanted a different look to other s15s :D . was thinking of putting on a kit as the rims just look fkn huge without skirts. not too sure on what kit i want though -_-

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just picked up and popped these things on today.

 

gram lights 57pro 18x9 +-0 18x10 +-0 . s15 on only lipped and slightly rolled guards. running stretched 225/235

 

Mmmm nice work man, just slightly mehico IMO would look fkn shithot with bolt on flares and lowering. any plans for further guard work ?

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just picked up and popped these things on today.

 

gram lights 57pro 18x9 +-0 18x10 +-0 . s15 on only lipped and slightly rolled guards. running stretched 225/235

 

Mmmm nice work man, just slightly mehico IMO would look fkn shithot with bolt on flares and lowering. any plans for further guard work ?

agreed, except for the bolt on fenders

all thats needed is to pull the guards out a lil bit more so they look like they actually tuck under the car a bit better.............not so mehicano

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just picked up and popped these things on today.

 

gram lights 57pro 18x9 +-0 18x10 +-0 . s15 on only lipped and slightly rolled guards. running stretched 225/235

 

Mmmm nice work man, just slightly mehico IMO would look fkn shithot with bolt on flares and lowering. any plans for further guard work ?

 

agreed. could of played with the offset a bit more and ended up looking micky mouse!

i had same rims & measurements but different offset on my 15

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just picked up and popped these things on today.

 

gram lights 57pro 18x9 +-0 18x10 +-0 . s15 on only lipped and slightly rolled guards. running stretched 225/235

 

Mmmm nice work man, just slightly mehico IMO would look fkn shithot with bolt on flares and lowering. any plans for further guard work ?

agreed, except for the bolt on fenders

all thats needed is to pull the guards out a lil bit more so they look like they actually tuck under the car a bit better.............not so mehicano

 

 

I'm just a sucker for flares and fitment :wub:

 

I also agree it would look tops with more work on the standard guards. Exactly what I'm goin for when I fit my new rims next week but not as low offsets :(

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just got some 17x9" +17 5 spoke wheels, should sit nicely and give me enough room to pull out my stupid 3 degree rear camber

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are they the veilside rims that some guy had for sale on here that were on a soarer? if so they were nice!

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just got some 17x9" +17 5 spoke wheels, should sit nicely and give me enough room to pull out my stupid 3 degree rear camber

for an s14?

*in arnie voice* go lower and wider!!!!!!!

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are they the veilside rims that some guy had for sale on here that were on a soarer? if so they were nice!

 

yep

 

just got some 17x9" +17 5 spoke wheels, should sit nicely and give me enough room to pull out my stupid 3 degree rear camber

for an s14?

*in arnie voice* go lower and wider!!!!!!!

 

yeah would have liked a bit lower offset and 10"s on the rear, but i'm a tightarse and these were cheap, and i should be able to run reasonable size tyres on these so i get some grip

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im pretty sure i have your old vskf's shibb

centres painted a metallic grey

 

Ive had 3 sets of vs kf,

2 sets sold east, one to the guy you bought off, and the pic before is another set.

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im pretty sure i have your old vskf's shibb

centres painted a metallic grey

 

Ive had 3 sets of vs kf,

2 sets sold east, one to the guy you bought off, and the pic before is another set.

bit of a wheel whore huh :woot:

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Hey Guys,

 

Lookin at getting some wheels for my sil80. Currently sussing out some Work Emotions

 

Fronts: 17x9 +17

Rears: 18x9.5 +12

 

Now will i have much issues with fitment with these? Obviously they will require some kind of roll and a decent sized tyre maybe 225?

 

Will wheels of this size cause issues with hitting coilovers?

 

Any help would be sweet

 

Trent

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I'd run staggared sizes. Will look great on stock guards with roll front and slight flare rear.

 

17x9 +17

18x9.5 +12

 

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(thanks Alexi for providing such hotness contained in pics)

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