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Old May 5, 2008, 03:42 PM
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What decklid lip spoiler is this and where to get?

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Old May 5, 2008, 03:52 PM
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This thread delivers! This is deffinetly helping me on which car to buy! EVO X FTW!
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Old May 5, 2008, 03:56 PM
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What decklid lip spoiler is this and where to get?

It is the Deck Mechanical Carbon Trunk Lip. We are an authorized Deck Mechanical importer/distributer. If you have any questions regarding their products we'd be more than happy to help you out.
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Old May 5, 2008, 04:19 PM
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Originally Posted by Shankenfelter View Post
What wheel is on this car? and size?



+1, more info on these!
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Originally Posted by DrivelineSales View Post
It is the Deck Mechanical Carbon Trunk Lip. We are an authorized Deck Mechanical importer/distributer. If you have any questions regarding their products we'd be more than happy to help you out.
I have a question about it.

On their site it lists the price in Yen which I translated to US dollars, coming to about $290-something. How much do you sell them for here in the States?
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Old May 5, 2008, 04:44 PM
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The Varis X is the best looking one, wow. I can't wait until HKS builds a time attack full carbon wide body X. That would rock the world.
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Originally Posted by DirectorSe7en View Post
+1, more info on these!
Those are Advan RZ 19x10 +25 in the front and 19x10+35 in the rear.
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What size tires are on the Advan RZ's? Those wheels on that black X are just greatness....
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^ I highly doubt thats those are RZ's in 19x10 for two simple reasons:

1) The spaces between the spokes are all equal, which means the wheel is the Advan RS.
2) There is no reason why any tuner with some funds (and in this case probably connections with Yokohoma Advan) would use 19" rims for track days (this was the Hypermeeting). So while Original Runduce does use 19x10 Advan RZ rims for show, it has got spare 18xsomthing rims for the track.


And like I wrote in my post with the picture, they are probably +25/35, or 18x9 +22/29. I'm pretty sure that the tires are Advan A048, which almost everybody in Japan uses for track days.
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Stunning!
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Some more cool and worthy setups I dug up on the forums:

1) Archiebabes' famous RR X. 18x9.5 +22 Volk TE37's with 275/35 tires.






2) Evasive WW X. 18x10.5 +18 Volk RE30's.




3) carrito.net's OB X. 18x9.5 +20 Work XT7 with 275/35 tires.



4) More pics of the sexy Pro-Spec RR X







5) ej257gd's WW X. Once again, sick Volk TE37's +22, this time with stock tires.


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Well zippo I hope that you are right about their not being 19's as it would be less esxpensive to replace 18" tires, but they sure do look big to be 18's...
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Originally Posted by zippo View Post
^ I highly doubt thats those are RZ's in 19x10 for two simple reasons:

1) The spaces between the spokes are all equal, which means the wheel is the Advan RS.
2) There is no reason why any tuner with some funds (and in this case probably connections with Yokohoma Advan) would use 19" rims for track days (this was the Hypermeeting). So while Original Runduce does use 19x10 Advan RZ rims for show, it has got spare 18xsomthing rims for the track.


And like I wrote in my post with the picture, they are probably +25/35, or 18x9 +22/29. I'm pretty sure that the tires are Advan A048, which almost everybody in Japan uses for track days.
Surprising enough, they are running a 19x10 Advan RZ wheel for both Street, Show, and Track use. These are the same wheels that were used at Tokyo Auto Salon 2008, and Hyper Meeting 2008. However, the offset that was listed above I am not too sure about.
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Originally Posted by DrivelineSales View Post
Surprising enough, they are running a 19x10 Advan RZ wheel for both Street, Show, and Track use. These are the same wheels that were used at Tokyo Auto Salon 2008, and Hyper Meeting 2008. However, the offset that was listed above I am not too sure about.
I've reached two conclusions from all of this.

1) I agree that those rims could definitely be 19's, as the tire's profile looks to be very low and the thread does not seem to be as aggressive (indicating on the use of street tires).
2) The rims could not possibly be the ones used in TAS as they are clearly Advan RS, not RZ. Just look at this picture and see the equal sizes between the spokes...


...compared to this:


Don't get me wrong, I'm not trying to argue on purpose or anything, I just feel the need to say what's right or wrong in my opinion.


And 1 more thing that I'm definitely sure about is that Advan confused everybody with the introduction of the RZ...

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That bottom most picture of the Black X needs way more tire! What's the thickest tire you can put on a stock body X with 19x9 Rims?
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