They say pictures are worth a thousand words. When I first came across pictures of this car I could only come up with 2 words: Clean & Simple. This EF civic is from the JDM motherland AKA Japan. It used to rock CST Demon Cambers, and it already looked really good, but these Work Ewing Mesh really set this car off!. I always think Chrome wheels look best on black cars, and this is proof.
Those Ewings are clean, look at the detail on these wheels: chrome with black windows accentuated with gold caps and bolts. This picture was actually the wallpaper on my desktop gor a year!
“The wheels are E-Wing Mesh 15×7 (10) all around with 10mm spacers up front and 15mm spacers in the back. Tires are 165/45R15 & 175/45R15 in the back. If it was up to us we would run an inch wider in the back though but it’s sexy regardless, don’t you think so?”
Ride height is perfect, brought down with a set of Cusco Coilovers. Can’t stop looking at those wheels.
On the street, I don’t know hats up with the mask though haha.
This car with its timeless looks will always be a classic… Bye Bye!
Wheels: Work E-Wing Mesh 15×7 +10
Tires: 165/45R15 & front 175/45R15 rear
Spacers: 10mm front & 15mm rear
Suspension: Cusco Coilover
Other: Custom Front Lip
The Honda Integra Type-R (or Acura Integra Type R on this side of the pond) is argueably the best production FF car ever
produced. As far as I can recall in the mid 90’s, the SSR type X was marketed as the lightest weight wheels available,
starting a light weight wheel war for a while. This clean Championship White Honda Integra Type R brings those two
products together nicely. Some Super Rare Ohlins and HKS suspension bits enhance the handling charachteristics as
well as clean up the stance of this fine automobile.
“580000 over-the-counter sales price and the selling point ◇ ◇ accessory retrofit B18C 98 spec engine timing belt has been
replaced with a dealer inspection records with LSD S80 mission backless air vehicle specification ABS Speed Star type X
aluminum Orleans harmonic drive Klux spring HKS Pillow ball mount aluminum strut tower bar genuine bullet-shaped
stainless steel muffler Kakimoto HID projector headlights genuine 98 spec aero parts carbon genuine tone panel leg ×
2 black genuine RECARO seats Momo steering wheel genuine titanium shift knob Kenwood CD / MD stereo speakers
outside of vehicle details ◇ ◇ “
This car can be yours for a mere 580000 yen or almost $8000 – Integra TYPE-R on SSR Type-X
1996 Honda Integra Type R 96 Spec
Wheels: SSR Type X
Suspension: Ohlins Suspension with HKS Pillow Ball Mounts
Exhaust: stainless steel muffler Kakimoto
Interior: Black Recaro Seats, Titanium shift knob, Momo Steering Wheel
Exterior 98 spec aero parts
Say what you want, but this car is hot! Due to it’s “Stance”, this car has caused some mixed heat on some internet forums. Obviously
this car is not daily driven, but it just looks right. Not only is the car built, but the owner also took his time and built the wheels.
“So I am sure most of you have seen these. I spent nearly a year buying parts/pieces/wheels to make the set you see here. They
are the ONLY set I have ever seen on a BMW with a 5×120 bolt pattern, let alone with stepped lips ”
– internet user “KarlSpackler”
Front wheel profile, note how close the front lip
is to the ground.
Rear wheel profile, thats almost 5 inches of lip…
I do agree with the owner, not only do you 17″ SSR Formula Mesh barrels, but you hardly see 9 or 10 inch wide Formula Mesh Barrels
as well. This car has the perfect blend of Euro and JDM.
SSR Formula Mesh – Stepped Lips
17×9 +10 ~ 3.5″ lip
17×10 +0 ~ 4.75″ lip
72.56 center bore
White powdercoated faces
Black Anodized Hardware
215/35 Falken 452s front
225/35 Yoko S.Drives rear
I’m not sure if this car had a full feature anywhere, but if it does please let me know so I can add it here.
I have a huge fetish for minitrucks on fresh JDM wheels. This supreme 2001 Toyota Tacoma fills that fetish for me and belongs
to internet user Modtaco. Unique to this truck are the 4″ flares on the rear filled with some really deep 11.5″ wide Work Meisters,
and a custom bag setup that currently pancakes the rear but also brings don the front nicely. The front features 4wd fenders
that house 10″ wide Meisters. The truck is still a work in progress, but it looks really hot as is. – JDM Truck: Toyota Tacoma on Work Meister S1
JDM Truck: Toyota Tacoma on Work Meister S1
“Here's mine. It's a 2001 tacoma with 18×10 & 18×11.5 WORK Meister wheels, custom disk brakes, widebodied,
fully built engine with standalone management and a GT35R turbo, 3″ side exit exhaust, JDM ITR seats…”
Wide stance on the front
While Taco Supreme looks really aggressive, it also packs a punch with a GT35R pushing the 325hp out of the stock 2.4.
Readers Rides section of Minitruckin Magazine September, 2009. The following quote is really impressive to me:
“…the 18×9 and 18×11 Work Wheels that evan brought back from Japan as checked luggage.”
– Ben Da Pirate – Minitruckin Magazine
Check out the rear flare, the old rims didnt fill.
“The wheels are 18″ WORK XSA-01T. They are 3 piece and are 9″ wide in front with 245/45/18 rubber and 10″ wide in the rear with 275/40/18.”
Current Wheels: 18x10F 18×11.5R WORK Meister wheels
Old Wheels: 18x9F 18x10R WORK XSA-01T
Brakes: Phatty's Big Brake Kit
Interior: JDM ITR Recaro
Engine: 2.4L GT35R Standalone
Watanabe parts are already hard to get… Getting a Watanabe Falcon steering wheel is a lot harder. Try finding somone selling one right now, chances are slim. The wheel comes in two versions; 3 spoke and 4 spoke. One is a Falcon Type I and the other is Falcon Type II, I really don’t know which one is which. The steering wheel features a unique horn with the Watanabe Falcon logo. This is a piece I wish I could add to my collection.
Hex Shape Horn Button with 3 Watanabe Falcons
Looks good in the daytime
and night too
Fresh out the box
Made in Italy like a fine Handbag
What does that say in in the middle? type I or Type II?
This wheel is listed for 35800, thats approximately $477
Brand New in Plastic Wrapper.
This one is listed for 89000 yen, approximately $1186… WOW!