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Old 20 Jan 2008, 07:31 pm
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Default RIM color for silver cars! other than black !?

I HAVE A SILVER 1997 INTEGRA GSR, AND I WANNA CHANGE THE COLOR OF MY RIMS, I CURRENTY HAVE BLACK 17'' KONIC RIMS BUT I WANT TO CHANGE THE COLOR FOR THIS SUMMER BUT THERE HAS TO BE OTHER COLORS THAN BLACK.... THE CAR IS ALSO LOWERED SOO I WANNA MAKE THE RIMS BLEND IN WITH THE REST OF THE CAR ALSO NOTHING LIKE FRUITY LOL ANY SUGGESTION... AND WHAT DO U GUY THINK OF WHITE RIMS????IT HAS FALKEN TIRES, EIBACH ADJUSTABLE COIL OVER SUSPENTION I TALKING THE WHOLE BRAND SHIT DEALIO I JUST WANT A RIM COLOR THAT WOULD LOOK SWEET I DONT NEED INFO ON ON SUSPENTION OR TIRES I GOT THAT ALREADY IM TALKING COLOR !http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2882313
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Old 20 Jan 2008, 07:46 pm
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Red to match the tail lights.
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Old 20 Jan 2008, 08:01 pm
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i would say gold because it would go good with the color silver
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you might have to take it back to the old fashion chrome.....it's always an eye-catcher
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i`ll go for gold like brenda A. said
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Old 20 Jan 2008, 08:46 pm
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White rims tend to look a bit ricey unless they're factory Honda Integra R rims. If you are worried about color, and thats it, just shop for whatever you can find cheap. If you want the car to be fast you should downsize to 16's with better tires and MAKE SURE the wheels weigh less than 15lbs. Also, your choice might depend on how you "lowered" your car. If it's been done correctly with full coilover suspension, it won't matter much but a smaller wheel will work better. If you got the cheapo ground control coil springs, or some other cheap lowering springs and no struts, or if you just cut em, your handlings screwed anyways and you'll look dorky no matter what wheels you have.
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Old 20 Jan 2008, 09:01 pm
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I would go with bronze or gunmetal, maybe some rota circuit 8's. They look nice on a silver car, integras also. DO NOT go chrome on an integra, it looks too flashy. So yea, gunmetal and bronze look awesome on Integras! ...espicially with JDM front. :P
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Old 20 Jan 2008, 09:16 pm
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white sounds nice must see the car to prove that they do ?'s i got some silver on alloy 18's that i had on my white 90 ls integra im selling the cause i had bought new tires for my 93 grs
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