theres a reason no one uses enkeis anymore hehe
interested to see how it looks
You might want to see those in person before buying to really make up your mind.... just a thought they aren't as great as the picture believe me ive seen them
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If winter was only shorter... and my jet was a little bit lower...
great paarts, great service ked
What do you mean by that? I have no way of seeing them before I buy them.
EDIT: I understand what you mean by that. I looked them up on YouTube and there's a civic SI with the EKM3's and it looks terrible. Thanks for telling me that.
Last edited by Russell L.; 04-19-2012 at 09:54 AM.
could be done but you gotta be lowwwww
and the sts wont get you there
RPF1s would look incredibly awful on a Jetta SE. There's no point in putting an honest race wheel on a car that screams "not made for performance."
They are a great wheel, but you're REALLY looking in the wrong direction.
You just need to buy an OEM setup from Paul @ Keffer. Can't beat the deal. My $900 shipped set from him came with tires that list for $650 + shipping on TireRack. A ****in steal.
- someone who has owned RPF1s before.
any girl worth a **** doesn't give a **** what kind of wheels you have, and it's guaranteed to look classier and overall nicer if you have something OEM on there then some "custom" looking crap just to be different.
i'm tellin you man....trust us, we've been there. i came here at 14 y/o.
Well, alright then.
These would look sick as **** if you drop it properly.
those are technically trying to be bbs lm reps
heres a better attempt at a rep
Today is the first day to experience the stiffness of ST Coils! One bad thing.. My mom drove me to the mechanics shop to pick up my car from getting the coils installed.. First thing I notice when I get out of my moms are is this deep dent in the left passenger seat lower door panel with a few scratches around the dent. Pissed me off, but good thing the shop hadn't closed for the day, so the owner saw the dent and when I get my windows tinted, I'll be getting the dent repaired as well. Kinda pisses me off right now, but.. **** happens. I caught up with my brother a little bit ago. He took a few shots of my car dropped on the ST's. I'll have him add them to his flickr and I'll link you guys to them. Such a clean drop!
And then, whoever that pro is in that picture below.. haha
Last edited by Russell L.; 04-19-2012 at 11:57 PM.
I took my perch and springs out with the wheel on. I just jacked it up, reached in from behind the car, pulled down and tugged on it and it popped right out. I took the perch out and just had the stock rubber pads on the top and bottom. Aligned the spring to where it is supposed to sit and held it there while someone released the pressure on the jack for me.
Took me 15 minutes to remove both perches. With tires on. It isn't hard especially if you're perches are already on top of the spring. Mine were bolted into the control arm under the spring. Once you remove the perches remember... Wherever it sits is where it will sit. You simply have to adjust the fronts to match the backs. I am really curious how it will be if I remove my spacers. Going to do it tomorrow and drive with only spring and no spacers to see if it still scrapes. If it doesn't I am golden once I switch my wheel spacers for thinner ones
Last edited by azthegame; 04-20-2012 at 11:42 PM.