Car: 2004 Nissan 350z
Wheels: 19×9.5/11 Linea Corse LC818 - Hyper Silver (5×114.3 +15+20/73)
Tires: 245.35.19 front and 275.35.19 rear
Suspension: Megan Coilovers
This shoot was done not too long ago but the pictures are just too sick not to share again. On this shoot, Zoeb was running the Hyper Silver LC818’s in the widest set up that we have. Just in case you were wondering, these massive wheels only weigh in at 25.8lbs for the front and 26.4lbs for the rear, just 1lb heavier than the OEM 18″ wheels. Now that is a compromise any performance junkie is willing to take.
The 19×9.5/19×11 Linea Corse LC818 +15/+20 is also available in Satin Black.
We would like to thank 247media.org for the awesome pictures.
Car: 2011 Mitsubishi Evolution X
Wheels: 18×9.5 Rota Grid - Hyper Black (5×114.3/e20/73)
Tire Size: 245/40/18
Suspension: Tanabe DF210 Lowering Springs
A nice set of wheels and just a slight drop can do wonders for a car’s look. We’re always a fan of clean and simple cars. Good work Jeff!
Car: 2006 Lexus IS 250 AWD
Wheels: 19×8.5/10 Linea Corse LC818 - Hyper Silver (5×114 +30+38)
Tires: 235/35/19 Front; 275/30/19 Rear
Suspension: BC Racing BR Type Coilovers
So simple yet so stunning. A set of LC818 wheels and a slight drop made all the difference on Nick’s IS250. Well done!
Car: 2004 Subaru Impreza WRX STI
Wheels: 17×9 Rota Torque - Hyper Black (5×100/e30/56.1) (running spacers all around)
Tires: 215/45/17 Bridgestone RE11
Suspension: Coilovers / -3 camber front and rear
Josh a.k.a. Grippy Monkey has been in the Subaru wheel fitment game for the longest time. He is one of the pioneers when it comes to aggressive wheel fitment on Subarus. After two years of having the same set up, Josh changed things up a bit on his car. He recently installed these sticky Bridgestone RE11 in 215/45/17. If you noticed, Josh also has the Chargespeed D-1 OEM look wide fenders on his STI to accommodate that extremely low offset set up.
Car: 2006 Subaru Legacy
Wheels: 18×8 Rota Tarmac 3 - Hyper Silver(5×100/e48/56.1)
Suspension: Tein S-Tech Lowering Springs
We all have different tastes when it comes to modifying cars. Some like to put every part there is on the catalog while some prefer the clean OEM look for their cars. Ryan is one of those people who like to keep it simple and says he likes the OEM feel that the Tarmac 3’s give to the car. He also tells us that he likes the fact that these wheels are hubcentric for Subarus. Amazing how a few tasteful mods can make a car look ten times better.
Car: 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X
Wheels: 18×9.5 Rota MXR - Hyper Black(5×114.3/e20/73)
Suspension: Fortune Auto Coilovers
Pat is the first Evo owner to send in pictures of his car rocking the new Rota MXR’s. It took him quite a while because he had to install his coilovers before sending us the pictures. He said that once he dropped the car on coilovers, it looked amazing. We agree with you Pat. The car looks great!
Car: 2008 Subaru Impreza WRX STI
Wheels: 18×9.5 Rota MXR - Gold(5×114.3/e38/73)
Tires: 255/35/18 Nexen N3000
Suspension: BC Racing Coilovers
Two days ago, we showcased Alan’s 2008 STI on Hyper Black MXR’s. We always try our best to make choosing wheels easier for you by showing you how our new wheels look on whatever cars we can get our hands on. Without further ado, we would like to show you Alan’s STI on Gold MXR’s this time. Which one do you like better? The Gold or Hyper Black?
Car: 2008 Subaru Impreza WRX STI
Wheels: 19×10 Linea Corse LC818 - Hyper Silver (5×114.3 +38 73)
Tires: Nexen N3000 275/30/19
Suspension: BC Coilovers, 3mm spacers to clear front Brembos
Other: Rolled fenders
Alan is on his fifth set of wheels in the last two months. Lucky guy, huh? We’ve seen his car on Hyper Black and Flat Black Boost 2’s, Flat Black and White Grids. This time he’s going hard with these 19×10 Linea Corse LC818 wrapped in 275/30/19 tires. We can’t deny that these wheels seem like they were made for this car! Watch our for more 19×10 wheels for 2008 up STI’s. We’re making more!
Car: 2007 BMW 328i E90
Wheels: 19×8.5/10 Linea Corse LC818 - Hyper Silver (5×120 +30+37/72.6)
Tires: 235/35/19 Front; 265/30/19 Rear
Suspension: Eibach Sport Springs
This is what we call a gentleman’s car. It does not need bright colors, a loud exhaust, nor useless modifications to get noticed. It makes its presence felt by its quality and class. This is Kenneth’s E90.
Car: 1994 Mazda RX7
Wheels: 18×9 Rota G-force - Hyper Black (5×114.3/e30/73)
Tires: 255/35 ZR 18 Front; 275/35 ZR 18 Rear
Suspension: Apexi N1 Coilovers
Meet Chips, the owner of this gorgeous RX7. On factory suspension, his wheel and tire combo gave him some rubbing problems. That was easily solved by installing coilovers to stiffen up the ride a little bit.
On to the pictures of this super clean RX7. Who wouldn’t fall in love with this beautiful machine?