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New shoes for #86

ktmrider

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Got some very nice Enkei NT-03 rims in white from GeorgeBillings. Here are some snaps of them installed:










They are the v.1 models ( non -M ) with F1 205/50-16 tires. Love the look plus the 16" rim reduces the sidewall for better handling.

Thx again GB!
 

toybreaker

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Damn Mike, couldn't you find a level spot to take pics? /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/tongue.gif



Those wheels look good on #86!



That George, he's quite the character, isn't he?

Never had a bad transaction with the man. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/applause.gif
 

mitsuturbo

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/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/banghead.gif I was expecting to see a big brake kit, since the title says new "shoes". Instead i see these wheels. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/confused.gif
 

Brunoboy

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lol I want these.
 

ktmrider

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^^ LOL, all the time spent in Japan lately is rubbing off.... /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/tongue.gif

To be fair I did not take the snaps, she has been "car sat" during the previously mentioned travel and the Sitter was playing around with a new X-mas gift.

I personally don't prefer the slammed look, always been more Go than Show, plus my 42 yr old kidneys would howl in protest. The EBO springs and Bilstein suspension bits are a nice combo for DD but take a bunch of body roll away. Once I/we get the 26mm rear sway installed it should be just about perfect.

Thanks for the comments and views!
 

jnava

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#57's twin..lol
 

ktmrider

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Quoting jnava:
#57's twin..lol

Yup, seeing the FS pics for #57 cemented the decision!
 

turbowop

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Quoting cherrod8:
Damn these look good on a gvr4, I was offered a pair of these in grey for $900 I declined. But, now seeing them on your galant makes me wonder. The angles make me dizzy though lol



If you're offered wheels again in the future, make sure you get two pair. Just sayin'. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/hsugh.gif
 
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