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Type R looks great. I'm waiting to do them on my Type R too
 

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I have mine. Mounted tomorrow and I'll have them on the car in a month or so when it's time for summer setup.
 

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I love the stock wheels, but the more I see these OEM forged wheels the more I like them.

Great pic BTW @Stan23
 


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What tire size are you running? I see you went Bridgestone
I'm running stock tire sizes 265/30/19. I wanted to try the Potenza Sports because of stiffer sidewall compared to the stock Michelin Pilot Spot 4S.
 

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Nice! I am thinking about getting them and throwing on some 265/35/19s, as I have no plans of lowering the car and want a little more protection for the wheels.
 


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Couple of questions:
  • Did they come with center caps or was that a separate purchase/part number?
  • Same question with the valve stems?
  • Same question with the lug bolts?
    • Or are you using the bolts from the stock black wheels?
 
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Couple of questions:
  • Did they come with center caps or was that a separate purchase/part number?
  • Same question with the valve stems?
  • Same question with the lug bolts?
    • Or are you using the bolts from the stock black wheels?
They came with the center caps and some really nice valve stems+polished metal valve stem caps.

I am re-using the black lug nuts from the car.

Being an OEM Honda part, the quality and finish is really good. After a month of driving, I have noticed a few tiny pin size chips, and am looking for some touch up paint to match.
 

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I think these will be my replacement wheels. I keep going between 18 and 19, and the 19 just looks better IMO. I want to maintain stock fitment or very close to it. Not many options so good thing Honda did an awesome job on this design! I'll probably run 265/35 to gain a few more tire options.
 

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Looks like a good OEM+ setup! Cool to see that Honda decided to offer this. Anything noticeably different in terms of handling?
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