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Old 02-24-2015, 08:31 AM   #1
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Can anyone answer what size hub centric I need...

I've google searched it and there are so many different answers, anyways, I need 2 hub centric rings cause my car is vibrating at 120kmh, 2007 s2000 with 17x8 +45 enkei rpf1's
What size do I need??? I've asked around and got many different sizes so I'm hoping for some help from fellow S2K owners

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Same size as me. 73-64.1 For the rear. Front is 70. Something as everyone seems to have a different number
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Same size as me. 73-64.1 For the rear. Front is 70. Something as everyone seems to have a different number
Thanks for the quick response, I've never had to buy these so I'm just unsure about what you mean. Is it 64.1 ID and 73 OD? I think I'll be fine with just the rears
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check the wheel balance too.

you sure its not the axle cups?
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73 is the diameter of the RPF1 bore so outer diameter and 64.1 is your hub diameter. I've only seen them sold in sets so you get 4
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check the wheel balance too.

you sure its not the axle cups?
He balanced them out for sure, being lug centric is too sketchy.. drove my car after 4 months on the highway and I just remembered that I need em haha.

Thanks for the info guys I was just confused from reading s2ki and honda tech
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Where do you feel the vibrations? In your steering wheel or through the car?
If it's happening over 120 km/h, I don't think that is the problem.

How badly does it shake?

Could this be the issue?
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Where do you feel the vibrations? In your steering wheel or through the car?
If it's happening over 120 km/h, I don't think that is the problem.

How badly does it shake?

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I only feel it in the rear wheels not the steering wheel, it wasn't doing that with the stock wheels and I swapped over the tires so my best bet and cheapest/easiest solution is to add hub centrics. It's a garage queen atm so I'll check it out when I get home
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I only feel it in the rear wheels not the steering wheel, it wasn't doing that with the stock wheels and I swapped over the tires so my best bet and cheapest/easiest solution is to add hub centrics. It's a garage queen atm so I'll check it out when I get home
cheapest/easiest solution is to take off and re-install the wheels.
Wheels are lug centric. I ran 17x8.5 Rota slips on my S and never had any vibrations till my axle cups started to go. And they all go, eventually.
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cheapest/easiest solution is to take off and re-install the wheels.
Wheels are lug centric. I ran 17x8.5 Rota slips on my S and never had any vibrations till my axle cups started to go. And they all go, eventually.
Sweet I'll look into it, I didn't mod my last s2000 so now I baby this car and want to make sure I do everything properly. Thanks again
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cheapest/easiest solution is to take off and re-install the wheels.
Wheels are lug centric. I ran 17x8.5 Rota slips on my S and never had any vibrations till my axle cups started to go. And they all go, eventually.
^I don't remember, was your car lowered Ed? Iirc, the Axle cup problem is most prevalent on lowered vehicles. The S2000 should drive fine without hub rings.
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^I don't remember, was your car lowered Ed? Iirc, the Axle cup problem is most prevalent on lowered vehicles. The S2000 should drive fine without hub rings.
Mine was stock springs on Koni yellow's but other people have had this issue with stock height S's in the states.
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Yeah I just checked that link, looks like a fairly straight forward fix. I'll do the easy stuff first and hope it makes a difference
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