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Thread: Genuine wheel size, offset, stud pattern

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    Hello,

    I am relatively new to the NSX world. I am looking to purchase genuine wheels for my 1995 car.

    I am looking for the correct size, offset, stud pattern and tyre sizes. I think I have the correct information but would like to double check.

    I have carried out a search on the forum but it all seems to be for aftermarket larger wheels.

    Thanks

    Waz
    Last edited by Wazzz; 29-03-2019 at 01:40 PM.

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    NSXPrime will sort you out

    https://www.nsxprime.com/FAQ/TireWheel/wheeltech.htm

    A set of OE wheels for an NSX won't fit much else - if a set of the correct design are being offered you can have good confidence they'll bolt on. The Prime wiki will tell you which year's interchange and which don't.

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    Looks like I have found a set of original alloys for my car.

    What is the correct tire size?

    Thanks for the help.

    Waz

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    Tyre sizes for the seven spoke alloys should be 215/45 16" at the front, 245/40 17" at the rear.

    There is a limited selection of tyres available in that size - the Tyres thread can help navigate your choices. The current gold standard is the Yokohama AD08R, though performance of that tyre may be compromised in adverse weather conditions. Up to how you use your car.

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    Forum member Paparazalous is/was selling OEM alloys ... check for sale area
    Senninha

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    Collected the alloys today.

    The centre caps are very rough and the wheels will need refurbed.

    Is there anything off the shelf that i can use to repair the centre caps.

    Thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wazzz View Post
    Collected the alloys today.

    The centre caps are very rough and the wheels will need refurbed.

    Is there anything off the shelf that i can use to repair the centre caps.

    Thanks again.
    Why not just treat yourself to new centres, they'll look awesome once you've refurbished the wheels.

    https://www.thensxshop.com/wheels/oe...sx-center-caps
    Pride.

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    The wheels I have purchased are the 16/17 1994 on wheels that I will be getting refurbed in silver.

    The ones from from the link are white and are they the correct size for my wheels?

    Thanks
    Quote Originally Posted by Pride View Post
    Why not just treat yourself to new centres, they'll look awesome once you've refurbished the wheels.

    https://www.thensxshop.com/wheels/oe...sx-center-caps

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    If you scroll to the bottom of that link Wazzz you'll find they'll come in every colour possible.

    To check for fitment, half way down this link, it gives you all the measurements you need in a cutaway of the wheel.

    https://www.thensxshop.com/wheels/7so?rq=Wheel
    Pride.

    1992 My beloved Red/Black manual NA1.😎
    1992 Chevy Lumina apv Rockford Fosgate sound system demo van.🙉
    2003 Hartge Mini Cooper S (2 x UK & 1 x European sound quality finals winner) 🏆 

    "The NSX's greatest victory was to WIN the 1995 Le Mans 24hr GT2 Class"
    ..............and guess what, it was a RED one but of course.  

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    Good luck with your plan to return your car to original condition. There is another famous JDM charlotte green car in the club which can provide some inspiration. If a scotsman and a yorkshireman can agree a "good financial deal" on april fools day over a cup of tea in an hour, perhaps others could follow our example.

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