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Old 09-17-13, 05:11 PM   #1
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Question ISF- What rims should i go with?

Hello there! I just got my 2012 isf wrapped in matte black. I'll attach a picture. I wanted your opinion on which rims should i go with? I don't like the stock rims with the matte black. A lot of people are telling me to go with the hre wheels but damn... they are a bit expensive lol! I've also heard about the vossen rims that it looks good on the isf. As you can see I have no idea which rims to choose! Thanks
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Go with gloss black rims! It'll be a nice contrast to your matte wrap and wet carbon pieces.
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Old 09-17-13, 05:23 PM   #3
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Go with bronze and then sell me your stockers!
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Hre goodness... Worth every penny.
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What's the cost to wrap the car if u don't mind sharing
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Old 09-17-13, 06:29 PM   #8
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Forgestar deep/super deep concave cf5v or f14 rotary forged wheels if you are in a budget. They can cut it to your size and offsets. They are very light weight and under 1800 shipping to you
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If you are looking for a set of wheels just for esthetics rather then performance then yes HRE's are not for you. There are many choices out there and it can be narrowed down significantly by knowing what aspects you are looking for in your wheels. Performance wise you have to spend a pretty penny to compare to or beat the stock wheels.

Nice purchase! Did you purchase it already wrapped? What is the actual color of the car?
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What's the cost to wrap the car if u don't mind sharing

I got it wrapped for 3000$
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If you are looking for a set of wheels just for esthetics rather then performance then yes HRE's are not for you. There are many choices out there and it can be narrowed down significantly by knowing what aspects you are looking for in your wheels. Performance wise you have to spend a pretty penny to compare to or beat the stock wheels.

Nice purchase! Did you purchase it already wrapped? What is the actual color of the car?

I actually want a combination of both if possible. And I also have blue calipers on I want to purchase a set of Rims that would show the calipers and not cover it. Thanks! No I didn't the actual color was mercury metallic!
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Forgestar deep/super deep concave cf5v or f14 rotary forged wheels if you are in a budget. They can cut it to your size and offsets. They are very light weight and under 1800 shipping to you
They look good! Ive heard about the concave and the price is good! Do you know the site i can purchase the concave rims? thanks
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get the forgestar F14's.. they look way better than cf5v

but then again you have to wait 3-4 months for them. They only build to order and they lag like crazy. It took them 6 months to build a wheel for my friend's porsche!

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They look good! Ive heard about the concave and the price is good! Do you know the site i can purchase the concave rims? thanks
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get the forgestar F14's.. they look way better than cf5v
Lol Pat doesn't want you to look like his!

You can order from the vendor on this board. Get F14! What do you want in term of looks, mild or agressive flush? I can help you with figuring out offset that fit your need.
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Get the Vossen CV3, just like every other IS-F on here...


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