enkei 92 classic

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heavyone
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enkei 92 classic

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Hey guys, so I'm thinking about picking up these Enkei 92 Classics 4x100 15x7 38mm offset, off ebay for $590. They are going to go on my 89 civic sedan. They will be just for looks and will be sitting stock, not trying to slant them or anything like that. Eventually I'll want to get myself some wheels/tires for the track. So I'll eventually want to upgrade my brake system................So my question is, anybody with some insight to point me in the right direction; would this buy be a waste of money,would there be cons when wanting to upgrade braking system and wheels? If this buy would'nt effect my future plans, what size tire would be best for this set if also wanting a slight drop in suspension? Looking for that low profile look without being so low. Thanks guys.

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They could fit. The standard ET is 45 as I recall, and you'd need to know the center hole size for those wheels. I have the same size wheel, subtle drop and 195/50R15 Toyo R1R's on them.
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