$498 shipped to my house for all 4. no lugs or any accessories. just the wheels.
The Re-bar doesnt fit with my Magnaflow exhaust.May I make a suggestion??
Kappasphere Re-Bar in red for the rear
Cobalt SS BBK (powdercoat them Calipers red like your car)
and you my friend would have a real sexy bitch on your hands...
By "bitch" I mean, like that one hot bitch you see everyday at work with the white tee-shirt and a sheer bra; that has the gaul to give the stink-eye when you stair at her sweater cows, yeah THAT bitch--- Trust me-- I'm not sexist, cuz bitches hate that shlt
Whoa whoa whoa- it was just a suggestion Margaret ThatcherThe Re-bar doesnt fit with my Magnaflow exhaust.
I'm not paying $1000 to lower my car an inch. i don't drive autoX. 95% to and from work.
Gonna be going with a set of EBC USR rotors and ill have the stock calipers powder coated when that happens. Plus ill use a set of nice EBC pads to go along with it. again, its a to and from work car. no autoX. maybe the local 1/4 mile strip at most.
all i want is an inch. im already dragging my IC on ****. just wanna lost a little fender well.Whoa whoa whoa- it was just a suggestion Margaret Thatcher
BTW for about $200.00 than your current idea for brakes you can get the cobalt SS calipers, rotors and pads (which are bigger and waaaaay better at stopping than the stock single piston)- if you get used Calipers you get the BBK installed for the same price as your upgrade.
I can save you money on the 1/4 mile--- at best you're running a 13.1!
Also the BC's will lower greater than an inch and provide better dampening which makes for a better when daily driving and launching at the track-- but hey, it's your carriage, Cindarella!
All joking aside... good luck on the build.
Too bad you mounted them already... there's a guy in SoCal that'll stretch your wheels-- I want to say he charges 75.00 a wheel!dont worry guys, no ill intent. we're just goofin off. i REALLY wanted a staggered set of wheels but they just arent out there anymore. I even went as far as trying to contact a few manufacturers directly to see if i can order a custom set and was met with silence. i was willing to pay whatever price they would have put on a pair of wheels that i wanted in 18x9.5 rear and 18x8 front. mainly the TSW Snetterton or the Niche Circuit M110 in matte black. i guess the voice of the customer no longer applies when it comes to wheels. its take what they offer or dont take it at all.