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post #25111 of 26350
They are too JDM for an Audi.
post #25112 of 26350
Are you high?
post #25113 of 26350
No real shit
post #25114 of 26350
Wheels can't be "too jdm" or "too euro".
Put any wheels on any car if you like it. smile.gif

BBS being a prime example.
post #25115 of 26350
Of course they can. They have to be homogenous with the cars design, so some wheels fit the design of the car others don't.
post #25116 of 26350
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

Really? On a Subaru maybe, but not on an A4 cab.
"Shitty" cars have gotten so much better over the last decade. I really like the new Renault Clio/Twingo's, which was cars I hated years ago.

Didn't recall using 'shittty'. To each his own.
post #25117 of 26350
That's the point they are not shitty anymore. The old Sonata was horrible, but the quality jumps they are doing are amazing.
Edited by Find Finn - 9/24/16 at 7:59am
post #25118 of 26350
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

Of course they can. They have to be homogenous with the cars design, so some wheels fit the design of the car others don't.

This makes no sense at all.

Simply put. Some wheels look good on a car. Some don't. Regardless of anyones jdm/eudm bias.

It all comes down to color, and design accents. Ie: an 18 inch wheel, slightly concave, spoked, with a nod to euro touring car style. Color is a preference. Though the same wheel in a metallic gray would still look nice.

You can hate my preferences. But drawing a line between continents over wheels is ridiculous.
Edited by Thrift Vader - 9/24/16 at 7:25am
post #25119 of 26350
Its far deeper than that everything is designed with a certain esthetic in mind. Weds are designed for primarily asian cars and sooth the their design language, when you put them on a bonestock Audi they look out of place. There is a reason why when you google only Mazda, Subaru, Mitsubishi etc. comes up.

If all wheels were created equally there would be no reason for time attack, JDM, OEM Plus, Euro Mod etc. etc. or multiple manufactures.


There is a reason why sites like Barryboys exists.
post #25120 of 26350
Those Enkeis look awesome. Put some decent brakes behind them and have fun.
post #25121 of 26350
I need a manual RWD. There are zero theatrics with modern cars.
post #25122 of 26350

I was driving alongside a 2015 Viper today.  This is probably just my uncultured roots talking, but I love that car.

post #25123 of 26350
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Originally Posted by ramuman View Post

I need a manual RWD. There are zero theatrics with modern cars.

MIATAAAAA

5-7k for an nb1 or nb2 ls model. 5k for a fast forward supercharger or flyin miata turbo setup.

Aka 10k for a 2500lb rwd convertible with a limited slip diff and bigger brakes putting 200-240 rwhp down depending on how you set them up.
Edited by ridethecliche - 9/24/16 at 6:13pm
post #25124 of 26350
Both seem fun.
post #25125 of 26350
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Originally Posted by brokencycle View Post

I was driving alongside a 2015 Viper today.  This is probably just my uncultured roots talking, but I love that car.

Was the car actively trying to kill the driver?
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