<blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:<hr /><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Originally posted by jomor:
<strong>I ll propably end up with the selespeeds, as they have a big advantage: they are factory fitted, and the car is excusable not to be lowered if is with factory alloys. A car with aftermarket alloys needs lowering, otherwise it looks silly imo.
But before making a final decision i wanna search for something unusual, something that you cannot see on a Golf or an Audi. Antares are unique i admit and respect that, but not much my taste.
The superlegerras are very cool and one of the candidates (i saw them on a Corolla today though
But i ll need your opinion on more wheels i will consider guys.
Can anybody provide info about the 17" selespeeds offset ?</strong><hr /></blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">I don't think it's wether the wheels are Alfa ones or 3rd party ones that makes the car look silly or not if it's not lowered, I think 16" is the largest you can have without lowering it. Or it's going to look a bit like it's on stilts or something. Just my opinion though! (Which I pay for now with all the snow here recently, I renamed my bella to "Plow King" hehehe)...
Agreed, one of the cons of not having Alfa alloys is that you run into nastyc ars with the same wheels as you. I haven't seen a single car with the Superleggera's here yet other than mine, so I guess they're rare in Norway...