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Great photoshops of BBS XR, OZ Superturismo LM and Rotiform BLQ-C wheels on the 2023 Integra (chops by Bryan Provencher)


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damn I really want to get wheels too but I feel like it may need a drop to make it look better, which I really don't want to do since I still want the practicality of the car.
 

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I honestly like the factory 18s with the carbon color since they almost match.
 

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I'm getting 18x8.5 +40 offset Enkei RFP01's. Also have a set of Enkei Victory 20x8.5 +40 offset that ill swap. Just need TMPS sensors for both sets.
 

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I honestly like the factory 18s with the carbon color since they almost match.
I agree the stock 18s rims really fit the profile of the car. In pictures the carbon and black look too matchy for me but I need to see it in person. I've only seen the white and blue so far in person.
 

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Are those 3 pics based on the 18” stock wheel or the 19”?

I’m very curious to see a 20” wheel…specifically some Work VS-XX with step rim. I checked and you canstill maintain the overall tire diameter. Just more wheel and less rubber.

Can anyone please make that happen?
 

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1 & 2 look best, 3rd looks like a PITA to clean/wash. Remind me of the "basket weave" I had on a 1991 Taurus. I'm wondering how some CTR wheels would look on it.
 

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Has anyone thought about red brake calipers for the integra? I'm buying one soon liquid carbon/red and would love to have red brake calipers if possible. Never done any mods to cars though so I have no idea if it's possible
 

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It’s simple. Just paint them with high temp spray paint. Or you can remove them and have them powder coated. The most costly option would be to actually upgrade them to a big brake kit for added performance and looks.
 

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It’s simple. Just paint them with high temp spray paint. Or you can remove them and have them powder coated. The most costly option would be to actually upgrade them to a big brake kit for added performance and looks.
Awesome, thanks for the info. Any opinions on what looks better between the options? I care more about looks more than performance
 

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Powdercoat will look better and be more durable…but it will require you to remove calipers. It will also cost more too.
 
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