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Old 01-23-2017, 12:53 PM
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Thanks for the compliment. Haven't taken any recent pics of the enkei's nor the car lately due to work, but I'll do what I can once the weather clears up a bit.

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Purchased the lug nuts from a place called 1320 Performance. The color I got is in gold which is hard to find for our 4th gen and still hasn't faded yet 1320 Performance Extended Lug nuts I mentioned them to a few members about it. You can also find them a lil cheaper on ebay as well & they'll match the prices on ebay. Last time I remember they had about 7-8 different colors to choose from in our size which is 14x1.5. Just make sure you get the right lug seats. Hope this helps.
Thanks man I appreciate the info, so do you have more pics on your sitting on those TY-5? looking forward for more pics
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Thanks man I appreciate the info, so do you have more pics on your sitting on those TY-5? looking forward for more pics
Dude just said he hasn't taken any pics recently due to work...
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Dude just said he hasn't taken any pics recently due to work...
I did not read that comment. Thanks
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CarbonTSEX you gotta be able to help me running those BC racing cool overs with extreme drop. I have an Acura TL 2010 sh awd two days ago I had the BC coil overs BR type installed and the front sits really low its already broken off the plastic engine guard underneath the car. What the heck did u do to even get a lip kit on yours dropped so low. I'm afraid to even get the lip kit I feel like I'll just have to leave the car parked if I do that lol. Also (may sound dumb) but how do most people get low offsets to fit if I'm always being recommended 40-55?
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Old 01-27-2017, 03:00 AM
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Enkei TY-5 as requested

Originally Posted by omgitsspooky View Post
Any more pics of these Enkei's? They're fire!
@SoL_TeK so do you have more pics on your sitting on those TY-5? looking forward for more pics....
I was planning to either get the diamond cuts just like yours or the Advance wheels, but wanted a more aggressive look along with value and can't forget about lightweight and not to mention dependability and build quality to the smallest details. The Enkei's without a doubt is hands down the best shoes I've had so far besides my 57 getter(MF) which cost damn near 4x's more.



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@Soal Man man those look super nice man! I really like the look on those than on my diamond cut. I just looked them up and those TY-5 are machined black,so it adds a very nice unique look. I would really like to see how those would look on a white TL, and they look way lighter than stock, in which I would be in favor of. Thanks for the pics man! your car looks sharp.
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@Soal Man man those look super nice man! I really like the look on those than on my diamond cut. I just looked them up and those TY-5 are machined black,so it adds a very nice unique look. I would really like to see how those would look on a white TL, and they look way lighter than stock, in which I would be in favor of. Thanks for the pics man! your car looks sharp.
Thanks. Your right about the finish and theres also 3 different colors to choose from, mine being Pearl Black is a limited production. Whatever you decide to choose I'm sure it'll suite to your own style and preference. Tire Rack has a media gallery for you to help you choose all that. Seen all 3 in person and to me the Pearl suites my style and perfectly matches the GLM color just right https://www.tirerack.com/wheels/Whee...=Black+Painted
Damn, thought I posted more pics from last night to show members how the Enkei sits. Hope this helps.

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(driver side shot) Fender to wheel you can see that its only off by a few mm.
Fitment from a slightly lower angle (slight neg. camber 1.2/all within factory specs.)
She loves doing squats on a daily.

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Thanks. Your right about the finish and theres also 3 different colors to choose from, mine being Pearl Black is a limited production. Whatever you decide to choose I'm sure it'll suite to your own style and preference. Tire Rack has a media gallery for you to help you choose all that. Seen all 3 in person and to me the Pearl suites my style and perfectly matches the GLM color just right https://www.tirerack.com/wheels/Whee...=Black+Painted
Damn, thought I posted more pics from last night to show members how the Enkei sits. Hope this helps.
Wow those are sitting pretty. That Pearl Black looks so good!. Man I might give it a shot and hope they do look sweet on a White TL, and thanks for the link man, and I read your comment on Tirerack and weight savings on wheels makes a difference..
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Wow those are sitting pretty. That Pearl Black looks so good!. Man I might give it a shot and hope they do look sweet on a White TL, and thanks for the link man, and I read your comment on Tirerack and weight savings on wheels makes a difference..
No problem at all. If your planning to get the same or similar setup in the future just hmu have several places in Socal or Norcal that I know of who's willing to compete for your business for the low low.
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No problem at all. If your planning to get the same or similar setup in the future just hmu have several places in Socal or Norcal that I know of who's willing to compete for your business for the low low.
Sweet man! good to know, I will hit you up. I appreciate it.
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I like how she is currently sitting. Well executed. Glad to see more GLM on here
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weds maverick 710s
19x10 squared setup
+30 front +25 rear
toyo t1r
255/35r19
tein SA
rear fenders rolled, rear tires hitting rear bumper tabs when the car bounces, currently looking for ways to relocate or shave

here r a few cell phone pics, waiting for better weather to take some proper pics










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CarbonTSEX you gotta be able to help me running those BC racing cool overs with extreme drop. I have an Acura TL 2010 sh awd two days ago I had the BC coil overs BR type installed and the front sits really low its already broken off the plastic engine guard underneath the car. What the heck did u do to even get a lip kit on yours dropped so low. I'm afraid to even get the lip kit I feel like I'll just have to leave the car parked if I do that lol. Also (may sound dumb) but how do most people get low offsets to fit if I'm always being recommended 40-55?
If you're talking about the little engine flap piece under the rad, then you're pretty low, I removed mine (maxed out on Tein SA) after scraping it a bunch of times and had to remove it when installed my splitter. And in regards to the offsets, just get smaller tire to get a bit of stretch on em and make sure your fenders are rolled and maybe pulled. Just gotta play around with the height afterwards to find the desired setting you want.
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Question on your setup

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1. TSW Amaroo
2. 20x9
3. et35
4. Falken Azenis PT722
5. 245/35/20
6. H&R Sport springs on stock struts/shocks
7. No rubbing
8. 6 speed Automatic



hey man I was wanting to do something similar to your setup. 20" wheels with lowering springs. I don't have a lot of money but want to have a little lower ride height and bigger wheels. How is the ride? It is still comfortable yet sporty? How does it drive?

I guess I'm a little scared as to my last wheel endeavor which wasn't fun lol and I just got this TL and I don't really want to do anything too crazy, just a little ya know....Thanks in advance!
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Would 20x9 +25 front and rear 20x10.5 +27 fit our cars?
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Would 20x9 +25 front and rear 20x10.5 +27 fit our cars?
I've been doing tons of research on wheels the past 3 weeks. That offset is wayyyyy to low and your scrub radius would be insane. Your wheels would stick out ridiculously. The handling of your car would be extremely affected and I would advise you to stay above +35. The closer to factory specs you stay, the better off you'll be without running into any problems. If you deviate from spec, use math the correct the difference i.e. if your rims are wider, then calculate the correct offset to keep close to spec. Also check out this handy page. Hope that helps.
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I've been doing tons of research on wheels the past 3 weeks. That offset is wayyyyy to low and your scrub radius would be insane. Your wheels would stick out ridiculously. The handling of your car would be extremely affected and I would advise you to stay above +35. The closer to factory specs you stay, the better off you'll be without running into any problems. If you deviate from spec, use math the correct the difference i.e. if your rims are wider, then calculate the correct offset to keep close to spec. Also check out this handy page. Hope that helps.
Thanks for the info. Yeah, I figured the offset wouldn't work. The wheels were made for a BMW and thought I would ask since I have seen some BMW wheels on our cars.

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I've been doing tons of research on wheels the past 3 weeks. That offset is wayyyyy to low and your scrub radius would be insane. Your wheels would stick out ridiculously. The handling of your car would be extremely affected and I would advise you to stay above +35. The closer to factory specs you stay, the better off you'll be without running into any problems. If you deviate from spec, use math the correct the difference i.e. if your rims are wider, then calculate the correct offset to keep close to spec. Also check out this handy page. Hope that helps.
Actually they will fit. I have 20x9 +16 on 235/30/20 and 20x10.5 +25 on 255/30/20. Tires were Nitto Invo's and off a M5. To get them to fit, they had to have a slight stretch and lower profile. Also the rear fenders had to be rolled flat. I was able to run them without rubbing on coilovers and I was able to tuck them when aired out with some camber adjustment.
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Actually they will fit. I have 20x9 +16 on 235/30/20 and 20x10.5 +25 on 255/30/20. Tires were Nitto Invo's and off a M5. To get them to fit, they had to have a slight stretch and lower profile. Also the rear fenders had to be rolled flat. I was able to run them without rubbing on coilovers and I was able to tuck them when aired out with some camber adjustment.
Yes I didn't say they wouldn't fit, I just said it would affect many aspects of the cars performance, plus as you stated, it adds more things to modify. Everyone will have their own taste and look.
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Yes I didn't say they wouldn't fit, I just said it would affect many aspects of the cars performance, plus as you stated, it adds more things to modify. Everyone will have their own taste and look.
He's interested in wide wheels otherwise he wouldn't have asked.

I still had great handling and power. But they did prevent me from gaining another 10hp/10tq during my dyno tune. There's pros and cons.
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19" KMC District 685 on 2012 4G TL

This was an awesome post so I had to add mine. Finally done....

1. KMC District 685
2. 19 x 8.5
3. +35mm (stock is +55mm)
4. Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3+
5. 255/40R19
6. Not lowered
7. Once on large dip after Massachusetts bridge abutment doing a bit over the speed limit...
8. Stock transmission (anyone had torque converter failures?)
9. Pictures :-)....
10. Curious if anyone has installed RV6 performance parts on their 4G TL? More sound in the cabin below 3,000 rpm?
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New Shoes

New wheel after factorys were stolen!
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1. Stance sf01
2. 20x10 square
3. +40mm
4. Nankang noble sport
5. 245/35/20
6. Not lowered (thinking springs 1inch front .5inch rear)
7. Not that I have notice only 250miles so far
​​​​​​​8. Sh-awd auto

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New wheel after factorys were stolen!


1. Stance sf01
2. 20x10 square
3. +40mm
4. Nankang noble sport
5. 245/35/20
6. Not lowered (thinking springs 1inch front .5inch rear)
7. Not that I have notice only 250miles so far
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Looks good!

But I say skip springs and go straight to coils. You might end up not liking the springs. They tend to ruin the stock struts on the car and you'll need to replace em later down the road.
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Looks good!

But I say skip springs and go straight to coils. You might end up not liking the springs. They tend to ruin the stock struts on the car and you'll need to replace em later down the road.
​​​​​​​Gotcha still up in the air...springs or coils...leaning toward coils for great flexibility...
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are u staggered because off wheel specs or spacer, looks good and kinda like the 19 set up btw
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love the 19's, are u on natural camber?

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1. Brand Of Rims: BMW Style 95 (off of 745i)
2. Size Of Rims: 19x9 (F) 19x10 (R)
3. Offset: +24 all around
4. Brand Of Tire: Achilles ATR Sport 2
5. Tire Size: 245/40R19 all around
6. Drop Type and Amount:
BC Racing BR type, tires tucking slightly. Front camber at -2.4*, rear at -3.0*
7. Do they rub:
They did... Front and rear fenders rolled, Front and rear bumper mounting tabs relocated. No more rubbing.
8. Transmission type: Auto
9. Picture:










love the 19's, are u on natural camber?
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1. Brand Of Rims: Enkei TY-5 Pearl Black
2. Size Of Rims: 19x9.5
3. Offset: +35
4. Brand Of Tire: Firestone Firehawk Indy 500
5. Tire Size: 245/40
6. Drop Type and Amount: Tein Street Advance
7. Do they rub: No. Rear fenders rolled.
8. Transmission type: Auto

Thanks to Soal Man for helping me with choosing these wheels!

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brand: VooDoo, 20x8.5
Tires Nexen N3000
Suspention: sock
No rub
transmission Auto






Note I bought these rims for a different car that I sold and my acura came with winter tires so I put these on.
Soon to come: Color matched rear window lip arrived today (putting on tomorrow), brake calipers, Adjustable lowering coils, Debadge trunk
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Originally Posted by omgitsspooky View Post
1. Brand Of Rims: Enkei TY-5 Pearl Black
2. Size Of Rims: 19x9.5
3. Offset: +35
4. Brand Of Tire: Firestone Firehawk Indy 500
5. Tire Size: 245/40
6. Drop Type and Amount: Tein Street Advance
7. Do they rub: No. Rear fenders rolled.
8. Transmission type: Auto

Thanks to Soal Man for helping me with choosing these wheels!

Appreciate the shout out Spooky. I know you would've done the same for me.
Looks immaculate in BWP
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1.Brand of Rim - Niche Verona M150
2.Rim size (diameter and width) - 20x10.5
3.Offset - +35
4.Brand of tire - Toyo Proxes 4 Plus
5.Tire size - 245/35/20
6.Drop Type and Amount - Tein SS
7.Do they rub - Occasional on big dips going fast; fenders rolled
8. Transmission type - 6MT
9. Picture -
Car looks awesome! Is that 20x10.5 +35 on front and back? Any rub with people in the back?

I wonder if this will fit the FWD's the same?..
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Car looks awesome! Is that 20x10.5 +35 on front and back? Any rub with people in the back?

I wonder if this will fit the FWD's the same?..

Thanks and yes front and back. U can run the same on FWD. Rubs a little with people in the back depending on their weight. 2 passenger is my limit unless it's kids. FYI: I no longer have these wheels and have gone with a different setup since last year. I want to post pics but just haven't made the time.
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Thanks and yes front and back. U can run the same on FWD. Rubs a little with people in the back depending on their weight. 2 passenger is my limit unless it's kids. FYI: I no longer have these wheels and have gone with a different setup since last year. I want to post pics but just haven't made the time.
what was the reason for going with different wheels? Old wheels bent? Too aggressive? Or just wanted a new look?
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Thanks and yes front and back. U can run the same on FWD. Rubs a little with people in the back depending on their weight. 2 passenger is my limit unless it's kids. FYI: I no longer have these wheels and have gone with a different setup since last year. I want to post pics but just haven't made the time.
what was the reason for going with different wheels? Old wheels bent? Too aggressive? Or just wanted a new look?
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Thanks and yes front and back. U can run the same on FWD. Rubs a little with people in the back depending on their weight. 2 passenger is my limit unless it's kids. FYI: I no longer have these wheels and have gone with a different setup since last year. I want to post pics but just haven't made the time.
Was it because there was a problem or just wanted different look.
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Omg MOD please delete the repeats. Sorry everyone... phone was slow so hit the submit button couple times...
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Was it because there was a problem or just wanted different look.
No issues at all. I curbed up the wheels pretty badly lol and wanted a different look as well. Fortunately, I was still able to sell them and recoup some money. Went with a less aggressive setup to not stretch the tires since that's how I curbed the wheels because the lips were so exposed. This time I bought some JDM wheels which were not cheap because they are forged but I liked the look, color and it's lightweight. Took like 3 or 4 months to get here as well.
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Will 245/40 18 fit well on my 2013 Acura tl?
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2012 TL- Avat-AV3s

1.Brand of Rim -Avat-AV3
2.Rim size (diameter and width) -19" front's 8.5, rears 9.5
3.Offset -+40
4.Brand of tire -Mayrun
5.Tire size - front-245/30/19, rear - 275/30/19
6.Drop Type and Amount - NA
7.Do they rub - ni
8. Transmission type - auto



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Originally Posted by TeamAcura View Post
I'll contribute to this thread.

1.Brand of Rim - Niche Verona M150
2.Rim size (diameter and width) - 20x10.5
3.Offset - +35
4.Brand of tire - Toyo Proxes 4 Plus
5.Tire size - 245/35/20
6.Drop Type and Amount - Tein SS
7.Do they rub - Occasional on big dips going fast; fenders rolled
8. Transmission type - 6MT
9. Picture - Attachment 47385

whats the bumper?
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