Wheels indeed they are 18" as per std (so I can direct swap the tyres over to save quite a few quid), but 99% of the images are at an angle, which doesnt help when trying to photoshop them onto a car they are actually:
cheers ctr new image with a bit more care to just drop the wheels in, leaving existing tyres in placeplus, if they are the right size, something like this to cover the centres:
If I am honest, I can see the appeal in matching the black with red pinstripe on the rims to the car details, but I personally wouldn't choose those wheels to do it.Its all dependant on your budget and ultimately its your choice as to what you put on your vehicle, but I feel there are better suited wheels available.If budget would allow, Rays TE37 would look great, but it depends if the style of wheel is something you like.
What are the actual specs of the Team Dynamics wheels as pictured?18in x Width? and Offset?The standard Nismo rims are 18x7j but I dont know the offset as yet.Need a Nismo Owner to remove a wheel for me!
Ok... standard Nismo alloy is 18x7jThe Team Dynamics are 18x7.5j so are half inch wider overall or 6.35mm either side of the wheels centerline. This means the standard tyres will fit without issue.If we assume that the Nismo wheels are roughly et45 offset, then the offset of the Team Dynamics would be the same.This means you are simple adding 6.35mm extra poke in either direction over the standard wheel.