your not driving a 150hp acura integra, your driving a acura nsx go ahead and splurge on some wheels and tires that cost more than $300
Your rear wheels need to have a diameter that is, I think, 5% larger than the front or you will have TCS issues.
It will also degrade your acceleration. It's like changing from the stock 4.06 ring and pinion gear to a taller R&P gear with a 3.90 gear ratio. Stick with 255/35-18 or 265/35-18 and you won't have such a drastic hit to your acceleration. (They're usually cheaper, too!)285/35-18 Circ= 81.2"
Percentage difference is 8.7% for a 1% change from stock.
As a side note, using this rear tire size will cause my speedo to read 4% too slow.
It will also degrade your acceleration. It's like changing from the stock 4.06 ring and pinion gear to a taller R&P gear with a 3.90 gear ratio.
Price was tempting but the issue is weight/function.
Its nearly impossible to find wheels lighter than the factory OEM. Any suggestions of wheels that look good and are light/functional?
S14_tat your car looks lovely, I agree its best to buy good wheels. I was not aware those other rims where for FWD, they looked not to bad. Anyhow the hunt continues.