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Old 10-25-2013, 04:07 AM   #1
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Stock mr bbs wheels or enkei raijins?? Need opinions

alright so someone is selling their stock MR BBS wheels without tires and 5k miles on them and one mini scratch on them for $700 or should i buy brand new set of enkei raijins for $800?????
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if rajins are same specs and width, then MR for sure. If rajins are 9.5 and +15, then Rajins for sure
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if rajins are same specs and width, then MR for sure. If rajins are 9.5 and +15, then Rajins for sure
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went from the gsr enkei to mr bbs to now running enkei raijin 18x9.5+15 and if I were to do it again I would have stayed with the mr bbs because they are the lightest and noticeably quicker and with 9.5+15 wheels you have to roll your fenders (more $ and if not done properly can devalue your vehicle -I got mine done proper thankfully) and they just feel a little too chunky...from my research and experience, the ideal wheel size upgrade for the x is 18x9+25...gl!
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Old 10-25-2013, 03:15 PM   #7
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stock MR BBS are lighter, forged and they fit. No fender mod or need for flaps
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stock MR BBS are lighter, forged and they fit. No fender mod or need for flaps
I had no problem with fitment, no roll or pull needed


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they you are either:
A. not lowered
B. running silly - camber
c. running skinny (stock) tire.


The +15 with a normal camber, lowered running anything close to 265/35 will rub without fender mods 100% of the time.
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they you are either:
A. not lowered
B. running silly - camber
c. running skinny (stock) tire.


The +15 with a normal camber, lowered running anything close to 265/35 will rub without fender mods 100% of the time.
Yes I am not lowered and still running the stock tires but plan to bump it up to 255s with gtworx springs and a roll in the rear and I should have no issue


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