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 #20228  by Vthoma11
 Sat Sep 07, 2013 6:09 am
Was nervous to see how it would look but damn did it turn out awesome.
22' massiv wheels
Tinted windows, head and tail lights
HID kit (pics to come)
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 #20230  by cocos3
 Sat Sep 07, 2013 10:24 am
Whoa!! That looks amazing....How's the ride with such thin rubber?
 #20234  by murcod
 Sat Sep 07, 2013 2:26 pm
:shock: Watch out for potholes in the roads and for curbs when parking.

Out of technical interest, do you know what the combined rim/ tyre weight is now and have you noticed slower acceleration?
 #20237  by Vthoma11
 Sat Sep 07, 2013 3:58 pm
The ride is surprisingly the same for the most part I haven't yet experience a rougher ride but it is a little louder at highway speeds the the steering is still just as tight and everything. As far as acceleration I don't see a difference in it al all. I did notice a drop in mpg but that also could have been because if the hills in Pittsburgh I drove down there right after having them added.
 #20242  by Wonson92
 Sun Sep 08, 2013 12:56 am
Did you need to get the guards rolled? Careful of rolling off the side walls :lol:
 #20253  by murcod
 Sun Sep 08, 2013 1:15 pm
Is it lowered as well, or is the overall diameter of the tyres larger? I was just looking at the photos and the height looks perfect.

Edit- what size tyres are you running? I just jumped on a tyre size comparison site and couldn't find anything close to right in 22" with 235-245 width. You'd need a super low profile like 20/25 series? :o

Okay, you'd need a tyre sidewall height of 55mm (going by my late night calculations ;) ) 225/25 = 56.3 , 235/25= 58.8, 245/20= 49, 255/20= 51, 265/20= 53 . Nothing really matches too well unless there's a lot of space for extra width?