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Yesterday 11:15 PM
dannyg1904
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Originally Posted by Mr. Galactic View Post
looks nice dude, i love the foggies!


heres my accent w, SR kit + lip (:
ps i put the lip on a little sloppy...had to stretch it more.
Is that an EZ lip? Cause it sure look awesome with the SR kit
Yesterday 03:56 PM
Asterisked Accolade
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I might consider doing slotted rotors and getting aftermarket pads possibly, but I just dont know how 300hp in a 2200 pound car would stop vs 110 hp.
Yeah, I don't have experience with cars of that much power (aside from Muscle Cars) so I'm not sure if just upgrading factory parts would suffice, or if you'd need a whole BBK. If it were me, I'd just upgrade the rotors pads and fluid, then make sure it's ducted.

Keep us updated with what you decide.
Yesterday 03:31 PM
audobon
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Originally Posted by Asterisked Accolade View Post
Yeah, I just don't think that a BBK is necessary on our cars. I think some good pads, and drilled/slotted rotors and HBP fluid should be good enough. I'll also be adding ducts.

I don't even have a BBK on my track car, and don't plan to. I don't really need it. I really like the benefit of having really light wheels. The tires were pretty light as well.
I might consider doing slotted rotors and getting aftermarket pads possibly, but I just dont know how 300hp in a 2200 pound car would stop vs 110 hp.
Yesterday 08:39 AM
Mr. Galactic
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Originally Posted by matcuerrier View Post
looks nice dude, i love the foggies!


heres my accent w, SR kit + lip (:
ps i put the lip on a little sloppy...had to stretch it more.
04-22-2014 11:37 AM
Asterisked Accolade
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Originally Posted by audobon View Post
you guys are talking about 14 - 16 Inch. Im on 17s worried about clearing a big brake kit lucky. 17s are soooooooooo heavy.
Yeah, I just don't think that a BBK is necessary on our cars. I think some good pads, and drilled/slotted rotors and HBP fluid should be good enough. I'll also be adding ducts.

I don't even have a BBK on my track car, and don't plan to. I don't really need it. I really like the benefit of having really light wheels. The tires were pretty light as well.
04-22-2014 11:26 AM
matcuerrier Mag and lip !
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04-19-2014 05:45 PM
audobon you guys are talking about 14 - 16 Inch. Im on 17s worried about clearing a big brake kit lucky. 17s are soooooooooo heavy.
04-18-2014 11:33 PM
dannyg1904
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14.8lbs as weighed by goodwin racing. probably hard to beat that for a 16x8

the 14x7 model is 8.6 lbs!
Enkei RPF1, Silver 28mm, 4x100, 8.6 pounds for Miata 1990-2000, 14x7
The things I would do for a set of those 14s with Falken Azenis and some coilovers...
04-18-2014 04:35 PM
omg grip thats enkeis for ya. not THAT expensive when you start looking at stuff like BBS...

That said I would rock 14's but would have a real hard time justifying $800 worth of wheels on top of new tires to my wife. Somehow I convinced her to let me do that with the truck but the wheels were cheap.

SHAMELESS PLUG




haha $900 truck on $750 worth of wheels and tires. My car is almost paid off mayyyybe i can save some money till the next time i need tires.....
04-18-2014 01:52 PM
Asterisked Accolade
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Originally Posted by omg grip View Post
14.8lbs as weighed by goodwin racing. probably hard to beat that for a 16x8

the 14x7 model is 8.6 lbs!
Enkei RPF1, Silver 28mm, 4x100, 8.6 pounds for Miata 1990-2000, 14x7
Yeah I don't know of any other 16x8 that'll be that light off the top of my head. The 14x7 would be amazing, but holy balls expensive.
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