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what are my choices?

I'm in the process of putting 17's-18's on mine right now.
Distance Runner is right, do a search.
I found a ton of valuable information in FAQ section.
Good luck
 
menuserve said:
ok... so after reading through the FAQ... I have two questions.... i see that the 1994-2001 OEM wheels will fit the 1991-1993 nsx's... what size are the 1994-2001 wheels and can someone please point me to a picture of them?
Years F/R Diameter Width Weight
1991 - 1993 Front 15"x 6.5" 15.20 lbs.
1991 - 1993 Rear 16"x 8" 18.86 lbs.
1994 - 2001 Front 16"x 7" 16.75 lbs.
1994 - 2001 Rear 17"x 8.5" 20.85 lbs.
2002 - ? Front 17" 7"
2002 - ? Rear 17" 9"
 
FYI, the goal is generally to get lower profile tires as the rim sizes go up so that the overall diameter of the wheel/tire combo is the same as stock. This keeps the speedo correct.
 
White94 said:
FYI, the goal is generally to get lower profile tires as the rim sizes go up so that the overall diameter of the wheel/tire combo is the same as stock. This keeps the speedo correct.

This also keeps your traction control from engaging automatically. Unless you turn it off everytime you start the car then it won't matter. I don't like having to do that so I'm getting tires that are almost the exact same total outside diameter as the OEM tires.
 
menuserve said:
what are my options for replacing them? do i go with 16/17 or 17/18, how will that affect my speedometer and gas mileage?
That depends on the tire size, not just the wheel size.

With 16"/17" wheels, you can get 215/45-16 front and either 245/40-17 or 255/40-17 rear.

With 17"/18" wheels, you can get 215/40-17 front and 265/35-18 rear.

Any of these sizes should not affect your speedometer or gas mileage, and TCS should work fine.
 
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