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Slappy McGear Slapper
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Well I'm getting to the point were I am running out of mods I can do that wont touch my warranty. It's unfortunate that I dont have the $$$ to afford voiding my 100,000 mile warranty, but I dont. I'll prolly be sticking to suspension stuff from now On (still debating on exhaust...pretty loud already w/ header and intake). Anyway my next purchase will be either Tein SS suspension or new wheel/tires. Silver Nismo rims in 225 Azenis Sports. I think they will cost about the same. I'm saying I budget about $1400 for either. Just wanted some opinoins on which would be the moe beneficial. And please dont say Koni Yellows/GC combo, not even considering that. Thanks all.
 

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the rims arent really suspension more looks but if you went for like an 16x8 i would consider that suspension or handling
 

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Slappy McGear Slapper
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I can understand that thinking joe, but I'll be going frm a 24lb rim with crappy conti's to a 17lb rim with Azenis...I would consider that a performace upgrade.
 

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yeah i would too but not really supension your gaining .5inch in width but better acceleration though i'm sure the tires are gonna grip like crazy
 

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tires are nice but i love the look of my car with my tein's and not to mention the ride. I was't sure how harsh bumps were going to be but it's awesome, it's the way it was suppose to ride!
 

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Slappy McGear Slapper
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The Nismo rims are made by Rays (same as Gram lights) ut they are actually cheaper then the ones in your link and they are the perfect offset. A 9" rim is WAYYY too wide. 7.5 is the limit without the tires sticking out the sides or some major body work.
 
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