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Tommy’s E46 Sedan on Polished Linea Corse LC888’s

Chan’s Slammed 09 WRX Sedan on Flat Black SVN-R’s

Brendan’s 2011 WRX Sedan on 18×9.5 +22 DPT’s

Tommy’s E46 Sedan on Polished Linea Corse LC888’s

Owner: Tommy of Wheeldude
Wheels: 19×8.5/10 Linea Corse LC888 - Polished (5×120 +30+37/72.6)
Tires: Falken FK452 235/35/19 Front; 245/35/19 Rear

The last time we had Tommy on this site was back in May when he still had his Lexus SC300 on Royal Silver MXR’s. Well, Tommy has once again switched cars for the third time in three years. He is now the proud of owner of this clean and pristine E46 Sedan running the new Linea Corse LC888’s in Polished finish.

Chan’s Slammed 09 WRX Sedan on Flat Black SVN-R’s

Owner: Chan
Car: 2009 Subaru Impreza WRX
Wheels: 18×10 Rota SVN - Flat Black (5×100/114.3/E30/73)
Suspension: BC BR Coilovers

We can still remember the days when a wheel that had an offset lower than +48 was called aggressive. Fast forward to 2009, people would run 18×9.5 +38 wheels on their cars with just a few fender modifications. Nowadays, we notice a lot of customers purchase the SVN-R’s in 18×10 +30 to be put on their Imprezas. It goes to show that wheel fitment is a thing that is constantly evolving. It’s the people like Chan who push the boundaries of wheel fitment. It’s people like him that always keep the game “fresh”.

Credits go to Simply Fresh and their photographer Rob Williams. Thanks to Brandon Kahl as well for the last photo. Be sure to check them out!

Brendan’s 2011 WRX Sedan on 18×9.5 +22 DPT’s

Owner: Brendan
Car: 2011 Subaru Impreza WRX Sedan
Wheels: 18×9.5 Rota DPT - Hyper Black (5×100x114.3/e22/73)
Tires: 225/40/18
Suspension: BC BR Extreme Low Kit

The moment we saw this car posted on the forums, our jaws dropped in awe. It’s not everyday that you see a new car rocking some really aggressive wheels. Props to Brendan for taking it to another level by making the 18×9.5 +22 DPT’s fit on his car.

For those of you wondering, the front and rear fenders on this car are rolled to make way for the low offset wheels. The fender work was done by Son Vo. Hit him up for great fender work!

Brendan tells us that he is happy with the way the car sits now but it’s not the set up he is looking for. This car will be back with some meaty tires. Definitely watch out for that!

We can’t wait to see more of these new body Imprezas. They definitely have great potential in the “looks” department.

Thanks to Brendan Bannister Photography for the nice pictures.