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Old 05-07-2009, 07:47 PM   #1
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whats the largest total wheel diameter my 93 integra can fit?

im looking to up grade from my 14'' steelies to something more substantial! whats the largest rubber i can go on 16'' rims? or like most common or cheapest? also same as above except for 15" rims... i really don't have anything speceific in mind, i just want rims, preferably not chrome, that are nice, simple, subtle, and NOT blingy. just suggestions please, i would also like to sort of get a complete set of wheels and rubber... just so its less complicated... im looking to spend around 300 bucks too... i know its not very much but its pretty much my first car... oh ya its a 93 integra 4door rs, with 4x100 bolt pattern. thanks so much!
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Old 05-07-2009, 10:12 PM   #2
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Whatever your budget is will determine the wheel/tire size package.
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Old 05-07-2009, 11:37 PM   #3
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You could run 18s. It's over kill.
You could run 17s. It's slightly overkill.
You could run 16s. It''s alright.
You could run 15s. Perfect size for that car.

However, your very very limited price range, leaves you with used 15" wheels/tires.
Tire size you should be looking for is 205/50R15 or 195/55R15.

Anyways, look up vancouvercivics, or craigslist, or even Revscene itself. Should be able to find something, I'd up that budget if I were you.
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$300 for wheels and tires wont get you much. its going to be used and most likely 15's.

http://vancouver.en.craigslist.ca/pts/1145358179.html
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You could get 20's on that.


But why would you want too?
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Old 05-30-2009, 03:56 PM   #6
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You might be able to pick up some 99-00 SIR wheels... for $300, either expect low tire tread or some curb rash. I personally think it's one of the best looking honda wheels.


If you want to bump up your budget to ~$500, you can get some nice GSR blades.
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practical use, 17s are the biggest you should go, with a 205/40/17 tire.

for pure looks, 18s and even possibly 19s, but you will notice a loss of performance and a loss of stopping ability.
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imho the da integra fits best with 16x7 wheels with 205/45/16
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