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Hi Guys

I have just made a new order on a new set of rims and tires. I was told that they will fit nicely to the NSX, but I want your opinion....
Front: 215x18 8" 45 ET Rear: 265x19 9,5 45 ET They are only made in this offset, but I hope it will work. The car is lowered. Any opinions ??

The rims are a new model on the marked, "JZ Drift Silver" from JZ Wheels.
 
Front will be perfect. Rear a little inside (et=30 would have been better), but as there were no other et option, it is still ok. Enjoy.
 
These will probably work, though a 18x7.5" would fit the 215 tire a little better.

My experience was that 18x8 +38 worked really well. A +45 will be less "flush" and could possibly rub on the inside when you turn.
The rears I have currently 19x9.5+29 and its pretty flush.
 
These will probably work, though a 18x7.5" would fit the 215 tire a little better.

My experience was that 18x8 +38 worked really well. A +45 will be less "flush" and could possibly rub on the inside when you turn.
The rears I have currently 19x9.5+29 and its pretty flush.
"Pretty flush"...

How do you think a 20x10,5" +30 would look/work? (it should push outward another 1/2" right?)
 
"Pretty flush"...

How do you think a 20x10,5" +30 would look/work? (it should push outward another 1/2" right?)

This is a 19x9.5" +23 (it's a +29 wheel with 6mm of spacer). The 20x10.5 +30 would extend past the fender another 6mm more than this picture and I, therefore, wouldn't recommend it.
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This is a 19x9.5" +23 (it's a +29 wheel with 6mm of spacer). The 20x10.5 +30 would extend past the fender another 6mm more than this picture and I, therefore, wouldn't recommend it.
IMG_0516.jpg

what camber are you running? i am sure you need more negative camber!
 
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