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This is a discussion on Custom Wheel Q's within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; I really like the Enkei RPF1's but I want a polished or silver lip on the gold or black wheel ...

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    Custom Wheel Q's

    I really like the Enkei RPF1's but I want a polished or silver lip on the gold or black wheel and obviously they don't make those so what is the better option to do?

    Buy the wheels and have a professional polish the lip and outer edge?

    buy the wheels and have them stripped and powder coated with the lip and outer edge being silver?

    Here is a quick picture I edited on my computer of the gold with the silver or polished lip.
    2011 Obsidian Black Pearl WRX (Stock)
    2002 Onyx Black Camaro SS (not stock, 435rwhp with full bolt ons, heads/cam, naturally aspirated)

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    Meh. Not a fan of polished lips and I think that would look goofy on a black car. However, if you must, I'd go get them powder coated. They will hold up a whole lot better in Iowa where the weather is less than nice.

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    I plan on using the stockers for winter, and the enkei's for summer so they wouldn't see salt and snow. I like the black with a polished lip better but with the program I have it was easier to edit the gold. I think the black would look better on my black car...I don't like all black wheels with no separation between the tire and wheel. The polished lip gives it a nice separation IMO
    2011 Obsidian Black Pearl WRX (Stock)
    2002 Onyx Black Camaro SS (not stock, 435rwhp with full bolt ons, heads/cam, naturally aspirated)

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