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    Opinions on rims for 2015 WRX

    Hey guys I just got my 2015 WRX (color is WR Blue) about two weeks ago now. I am looking at getting some new rims once I save up a little more cash....I have it narrowed down but I am fairly new to the Subaru community so I wanted some opinions...

    I am looking at getting Motegi "MR119 Rally Cross S" series rims in black. I personally think they would look pretty good on it but some direction to maybe something similar would be appreciated. I attached the link to the rims.
    http://assets.wheelpros.com/wheel_im...ly_cross_s.png

    Also looking at Volk "te37 sl time attack" rims but I believe those are quite more money.

    Windows will be tinted within the next two weeks as well.
    Also, thoughts on lowering springs (maybe an .5" to 1.00") that would carry under the factory warranty??

    Anyways let the thoughts begin...

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    I really like the tsw Mallory wheels Mallory 5 Alloy Wheels by TSW

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrew14 View Post
    Hey guys I just got my 2015 WRX (color is WR Blue) about two weeks ago now. I am looking at getting some new rims once I save up a little more cash....I have it narrowed down but I am fairly new to the Subaru community so I wanted some opinions...

    I am looking at getting Motegi "MR119 Rally Cross S" series rims in black. I personally think they would look pretty good on it but some direction to maybe something similar would be appreciated. I attached the link to the rims.
    http://assets.wheelpros.com/wheel_im...ly_cross_s.png

    Also looking at Volk "te37 sl time attack" rims but I believe those are quite more money.

    Windows will be tinted within the next two weeks as well.
    Also, thoughts on lowering springs (maybe an .5" to 1.00") that would carry under the factory warranty??

    Anyways let the thoughts begin...
    Skip the springs, go with the Volks!
    Drive like hell, you will get there faster!

    Warranty friendly mods for now-
    http://www.clubwrx.net/forums/builds...ml#post3579257

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    AVID.1 AV-06 In Black

    Nicest Rims IMO I'm getting a set soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zax View Post
    Well now that you've mentioned it... Wow! This one in particular is absolutely dizzying!
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    It reminded me of just how great romaine can taste with a raspberry-based dressing, grilled chicken breast strips, and romano cheese.

    OP: The Volks are very popular and are well made. I'd (sooner, due to cost, availability, and specifications) look at Enkei; at least three of my cars have Enkei wheels as OEM fitments, meaning they are a quality product that met the requirements of three different, major manufacturers.
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