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Old 11-02-2011, 01:11 PM   #1
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What size XXR 552 will fit my 1996 Integra?

Total newbie, would like to buy a set of black XXR 552 wheels for my 1996 Integra. What size would you guys recommend and what offset would be good?
**My goal is to have a miata as well so I would like the wheels to be useable on the miata**

In fact, I am more concerned with proper fitment and looks onto the miata.

Thanks for help!
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Old 11-02-2011, 06:27 PM   #2
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miata fitment will not fit integra, integra max you can do is around 15x8 35-30 offset and you will be pretty flush if not poke. with a miata you can easily do 15x8 15-0 offset with coilovers and no way in hell will that fit an integra unless you mad camber and super stretch tires and roll and pull fenders
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15x8 or 16x8 is perfect for Integras. Aim for Offsets between 20-30 with a MAX of a 195/40. Youll need to roll and maybe pull depending on which tire you get because some stretch differently than others. I'm running 16x8.5 +13r and + 28f with a 205/40/16 and I needed a roll in the rear and surprisingly no roll in the front. Im on 8.5 so I needed the 205. Just pulled out the fender liner.

Miata 15x8 +0 to +20 is perfect. Slight roll with a 195/50 tire is good. This is all for a semi poke/flush look. Youll need stiff suspension and it wont look good unless you're seriously slammed.
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