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Old 02-17-2011, 05:24 AM   #1
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Photoshop Request: FT86 with 16 inch rims?

Hey guys

I know it may appear stupid to some, but I'm addiected to old school style and I always drool over 13 and 14 inch rims, lol I know I cann't fit these into ft86. But I was woundering how it will look with smaller rims?

19 inches is not good for me (kinda hard to buy as it cost around $300 per tire in my country, and also can be heavy)

If I get my FT86 (or 216A just in case) I would switch to 16 inches but I was woundering how it will look? can someone photoshop it for me? any rim style would work for my I have nothing specific yet
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Old 02-17-2011, 07:36 AM   #2
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If it can fit over the breaks then it wouldn't b bad
But 300 for a 19" tire, that's not bad I pay 450 for a 18" in 35..
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Old 02-17-2011, 07:45 AM   #3
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Actually I believe it will look alright. This car is smaller than my rsx and 17's look good on a RSX. You just have to find a good looking wheel is all.
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Old 02-17-2011, 09:31 AM   #4
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Old 02-17-2011, 06:05 PM   #5
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:l aughabove: The air conditioning supply vent on the hood



btw-I'm a bit ashamed to see a car this ugly rocking CA plates...
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That person is a UC college student. I had the same parking permit on my rearview mirror (I graduated from UCSD). Don't know if all UCs use the same permit placards.

It looks like those cars from those bad, low-budget films where the story takes place in an apocalyptic future...
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That's the best looking tC iv ever seen
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see this is why people make fun of scions
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That person is a UC college student. I had the same parking permit on my rearview mirror (I graduated from UCSD). Don't know if all UCs use the same permit placards.
I knew that valley in the background looked familar! I was thinking Murphy Canyon or even near Genesse/Regents area!
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Doesn't look too bad Sorry I couldn't keep the brakes the same size (easily )!
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I knew that valley in the background looked familar! I was thinking Murphy Canyon or even near Genesse/Regents area!
Yeah. The typical La Jolla shrubbery. LOL!

Those 16s don't look bad at all.
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wow looks like me 92 sc400 lol
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Yeah. The typical La Jolla shrubbery. LOL!

Those 16s don't look bad at all.
Tritons! Class of '09 :P

Also, the 16s look pretty nice. Maybe you could shoop in some black fenders to make up for all the space between low-profile tires?

EDIT: Nm, did it myself with MSPaint. Use your imagination and pretend that the tires are a bit slimmer though
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You think the tyre profile will be kept similar when the wheel size has been reduced!? That would look ridiculous haha. But I agree my picture could do with the sidewall being reduced a little! Might get onto it tomorrow if I feel like it for a 'proper' Photoshop
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