Car: 2013 Scion FR-S
Wheels: 18×8.5/9.5 Rota Grid - White (5×100/e44F/e38R/73)
Tires: 225/40/18 Front; 255/35/18 Rear
Suspension: KW coilovers
It’s a brand new week and it was time to put on another set of wheels on our FR-S. Fortunately for us, Ryan of 247media.org spent a little of his time despite his busy schedule to do a quick sunset photoshoot. We hope you enjoy this white on white delight. :p
Car: 2008 Subaru Impreza WRX STI
Wheels: 18×9.5 Rota Grid - White (5×114.3/e38/73)
Tires: 255/35/18 Nexen N3000
Suspension: BC Racing Coilovers
We’ll be honest, we have thrown A LOT of wheels on Alan’s STI, in these pictures he’s rolling on 18×9.5 +38 White Rota Grids with 255/35/18 tires all around.
Car: 2012 VW GTI
Wheels: 18×9.5 Rota Grid - White (5×114.3/e20/73)
Tires: 215/40/18 Toyo TS1’s
Suspension: Ultimo Suspension Setup
We shared the photo above on our Facebook page last Saturday and we got a lot of pretty interesting comments. Trae is the owner of this beautiful GTI which is definitely no trailer queen. Trae’s GTI looks pristine but it has already racked up 27,000 miles on the odo since May. As for his plans next year, Trae will be doing a wide body and respraying the car a new color. He will also be doing a turbo upgrade, new exhaust and a roll cage. He also plans to move up to 19 inch wheels. We can’t wait to see it all done but for now, let’s enjoy what Trae has done to his car so far.
Photos courtesy of Melissa Nunn Photography.
Owner: whitefrs on ft86club.com
Car: 2012 Whiteout Scion FRS
Wheels: 17×9 Rota Grid - White (5×100/e35/73)
Tires: 215/45/18(stock tires)
Suspension: BC Racing Coilovers
Other mods: DDM Hid Kit 6k, Invidia N1 Catback, K&N Drop In Filter, Blox Extended Lug Nuts
There’s a reason why you’ve seen a lot of Scion FRS owners run the Rota Grids. They look great on this platform! The stock tires were used on this particular set up but if you look closer, you’ll see that there’s still a lot of room for meatier tires.
Car: 2013 Subaru BRZ Premium
Wheels: 17×9 Rota Grid - White (5×100/e42/73)
Tires: 245/40/17 Dunlop Z1 Star Spec
Suspension: KW Variant 3 Coilovers
Right after breaking in the BRZ, Eric tried out the tires that came with the car and he figured that it wasn’t grippy enough for his needs. Eric then ordered 17×9 +42 Grids wrapped in 245/40/17 Dunlop Z1 Star Specs which were much more suitable since he will be joining the SCCA STX class. Eric also installed suspension parts like the KW V3 Coilovers and Whiteline offset camber plates which will greatly help his car handle better. He also bumped up the power with a Perrin lightweight pulley, air intake filter, over pipe, front pipe w/HFC, catback exhaust, and a tune to finish it all off.
Zach, a good friend of Eric, took some quick snaps of the BRZ so we could all drool at this beauty. Pretty impressive for a quick shoot, right?
Car: 2002 Subaru WRX
Wheels: 18×9.5 Rota Grid - White (5×100/e38/73)
Suspension: JIC Coilovers
Fresh out of the detail shop, we put our bugeye on a new set of 18×9.5 Grids in White. We love the look! The white goes great with the blue exterior.
Car: Scion Tc
Wheel: 18×9.5 Rota MXR - White(5×100/e38/73) with 25mm spacers.
Suspension: Raceland coilover
We don’t normally see too many White MXRs on vehicles, so here’s some photos on a Scion tC!
Car: Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX RS
Wheels: 18×9.5 Rota DPT - White (5×100×114.3/e22/73)
Suspension: JIC FLT-A2s
We posted this Evo not too long ago but since we’ve been posting a lot of Subarus and BMWs for Throwback Thursday, we figured we’d give it some variety.
Jesse had the perfect wheel/tire setup for that extra traction on the track which helped him grab the 2nd overall spot in the Modified AWD class at the Speed Ventures Time Attack series.
Car: 2013 Scion FRS
Wheels: 18×9.5 Rota Grid - Full Royal Silver (5×100/e38/73)
Suspension: Eibach Sportline Lowering Springs (Temp until our KW V3’s arrive)
When we said our FRS is the new wheel whore at the shop, we weren’t kidding. Seen below is our FRS on 18×9.5 +38 Rota Grids in 3 different finishes. Our FRS is currently lowered on the Eibach Sportline Springs, while we wait for our KW V3 coilovers to arrive from Germany. We chose to go with the 255/35/18 size tires to test the limits of the car’s suspension on just lowering springs. We can definitely say the car handles great as is with no fender rubbing either!
Owner: Nick(wrxspeed56 on Nasioc)
Car: 2002 Subaru Impreza WRX
Wheels: 18×9.5 Rota DPT - White (5×100x114.3/e22/73)
Tires: 255/35/18 Falken 452
Suspension: BC Racing BR Series Coilovers
Other: Subaru OEM lip kit, 04 STI brembos, JDM Grill and Scoop, Stage 2 performance mods, leather interior
If you’ve been spending time on Nasioc lately, it is very likely that you’ve seen this car posted somewhere. Who wouldn’t notice this super clean Bugeye? The OEM lip, the side skirt strakes, the rear spats and diffuser just flow together perfectly. Finish it off with those aggressive White DPT’s, then you have a perfect Bugeye!
We all know that White wheels are a b%$#@ to keep clean but once you get all that brake dust off, it is definitely worth it.