After too many years of corrado ownership, there has yet to be found a perfect wheel for the corrado.
Prove me wrong.
And it better be good.
Quote, originally posted by corradokreep » What do you have a 3 wheeled corrado?!!!
I HAVE to see that...
Yep but the 3 wheel one has 36"er's. I'm from cali you know how they do it out here!
The 4th one was behind me in the corner. To many corrado parts in that room
Quote, originally posted by d-bot » ...there has yet to be found a perfect wheel for the corrado.
I'm right with you.
Posting wheels intended for Porsches, BMWs, etc. does not count.
The wheel must be 5x100 with an appropriate offset w/o the use of spacers.
I've been wheel-less for months and still haven't found a wheel I'm sold on. Sure, I love top notch BBS wheels like any other fanatic, but 99% of the time the width and offset are not ideal for the Corrado.
Modified by tachycardia at 4:31 PM 7-10-2008
I love BBS CH's on a Corrado. I fell in love with them when a customer had them on his M3 a few years ago and always wondered how they would look on a Corrado. Yohannes proved to me they look sweet and now they are played out thanks to Dave!
There aren't many...
15" - stock SLC speedlines
16" - Compomotive MOs (at about a 33 or less offset so the spokes are flat, not curved)
17" - Abt A9s. The original, circa 1997-98 - without lips, stretch, or any of that junk. IMO the most beautiful wheel ever made for the SLC or Mk3 VR cars.
Blah. 301's maybe but 17s are big for an early 90's sports car.
No one has proven me wrong yet. BTW, 16x9 anything suck. Tried that one before. [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthdown.gif[/IMG] [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthdown.gif[/IMG] [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthdown.gif[/IMG]
IMO they don't get any better than Fat Fives. These wheels are perfect for the Corrado:
If you want a period aftermarket wheel, the OZ Polaris:
Most of the BBSs are too fussy for the Corrado. I think it looks best with a clean set of bold 5-spokes [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emgift.gif[/IMG]
Modified by MikkiJayne at 10:00 AM 7-11-2008
borbet type B (pretty sure they have 2 styles that were type B)
edit: the tire rack type B's are actually type "CB"
also, Borbet Type T, and Type E (yet to see E on a corrado)
these would be interesting
and, i jsut saw these on a bmw site
BBS Work Equip Prototype 17x8.5 et13 (what the guy said)
Modified by itskmill06 at 4:40 AM 7-11-2008
Quote, originally posted by Toffeerado » Plain and simple
There are few simple but big money wheels that would look perfect on the corrado
You read my Mine LOL these are some hawt choices Im in love with the s2's