1) yesThere are at least three questions that you have to answer (I'm in my 5th set of wheels now, the I speak from experience)
1) Do you like them?
2) Do you NEED them?
3) Do you have the money?
I wouldn't agree with that, even though I agree that there also other factors than weight (like the design or the materials) -and I think that's what you are trying to say... but we can not say that weight and rigidity are unrelated.The weight of a wheel has nothing to do with its rigidity/durability.
I like them as long as they are black and sitting on an earlier honda say 89-94. I am suprised no one has yelled out "weak offset" yet either.Have anyone tried on spoon wheels?
appearently they are only 8.6lbs, 15x6.5 and 4x100 @@
I have a local seller selling for 1600cdn... that's roughly around 1300usd
Nope. They are aluminum. Made in Russia at a former missle manufaturing factory. I was the first person in the USA to own a set. Went to Spoon in Tokyo and talked with the president, and carried it back on the airplane. Lost my Civic before I could install em, sold em to a friend.i believe the SW388's are magnesium. my bro ran those as his daily driver wheel for about a year and half on Yokohama A032R's. every day... except snow.
I love this bumper, any other pictures?Oh this reminds me. RE Amemiya used to run Regamaster EVOs on the Pink GReddy'd Miata.