Topic:98 Integra GSR getting new wheels and tires!... NEED HELP!!!
Want to register?
Who Can Post? Any registered users may post a reply.
About Registration You must be registered in order to post a topic or reply in this forum.
Your UserName:
Your Password:   Forget your password?
Message Icon:                                           
Your Reply:

*UBB Code is ON

Smilies Legend

Disable Smilies in This Post.
Show Signature: include your profile signature. Only registered users may have signatures.

If you have previously registered, but forgotten your password, click here.

*If HTML and/or UBB Code are enabled, this means you can use HTML and/or UBB Code in your message.

T O P I C     R E V I E W
titoI own a 98 Integra GSR and I race at my local solo race events. Unfortunately i'm really dissapointed with the grip and handling of the stock tires (195/55 R15), they produce alot of understeering, blocking me of getting all the power of the engine and suspension out of it. I would like to know some advice of what is the best wheel size (and weight), and the best tire size and brand that will give me the best grip handling so I can get all the power out of my car...Thank you
donfromnaplesFor Autocross, a 16" rim is better than the 15" stock rim. Staying with stock rims, go with a 205/50R15 tire-the Bridgestone RE730(Z rated and also good in the rain). Cost is $94 each at As far as rims go, Lenso makes some more affordable lightweight rims. Go check out their website. For understeer, have a rear strut tower brace installed. Great car to autoX with. Have fun.

Contact Us | AutoPedia® - The Automotive Encyclopedia

Copyright ©1995-2014 by AUTOPEDIA®, all rights reserved. AUTOPEDIA®, AUTO411™, CAR-IQ™, DEALERPEDIA™, UNILOT™, SIMULSEARCH™ and INTERQUOTE-RFP™ are trademarks of AUTOPEDIA. All other trademarks, tradenames and/or service marks are the property of their respective holders.

Powered by: Ultimate Bulletin Board (UltimateBB), Version 5.41
© Infopop Corporation (formerly Madrona Park, Inc.), 1998-1999.