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Old 28th August 2002, 19:15   #1
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Wheels - Photoshop favor?



Need help from Photoshop experts!

Can someone take a side view photo of a dark colored M5 and put these wheels from the above NSX on it? You be the judge on sizing scale but I'd like to see them in 19s.



I'm just wondering what this wheel would look like. They are Work Meister S2R's

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Those wheels look sick! I just don't think I like them on a M5.
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That is a hot NSX!
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Thanks fro doing the photoshop, it helps, i need to find some wheels!


Chris - yeah it is, here is my nsx which i traded for the M5. I was just down at the dealership picking up my plates today and saw the car still sitting there. They have it priced @ what I traded it for. Maybe I should offer them less than what i traded it for and buy it back!

With the issue of wheels, I like the LM's but they seem to have less of a deep lip to them than the stock ones. May have to resort to HRE's if worst comes! (not a bad thing just price wise is high!)





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Just in case you didn't know....from HRE you can now get the RDC (reverse drop center) lips for BMWs now....before I think they only did them for Porsche.

Now this is a wheel...

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photo chop...

How about a side by side... well top to bottom view.






Is that your nsx? I think I know where that rooftop is... in Mid Wilshire by Western in Los Angeles?
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thanks again, those wheels actually look pretty good on a silver. No the NSX in the top picture is not mine, mine "was" the one 2 posts up.

The HRE's look great! Bet they are probably ~$1000/wheel though. Anyone else know what interesting wheels come with a deep lip?

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Now this is a wheel...


Wow!

Angel, have you got more pictures of that Porsche!? (looks like a
Ruf?)

That's soooooooooooooooooo nice!

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kltan,

I swaped an NSX for the M5 as well. What are your impressions? What kind of exhaust did you have on the NSX, I don't recognize it . . .

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Is that the Tarox big brake kit? I like . . .
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