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which rims will look nicer on my blue s3?

Sandip Apr 16, 2007

  1. Sandip

    Sandip Well-Known Member Team Nogaro Blue

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    i've current got the TT competition wheels, 17inch, but want to change to 18inch, what would look nicer new r32 wheel or the A8 diamond turned? will be gettin them on a et35 but wanted to know if you get nice spacer on the back to feel the arch.was thinkin of a 20mm spacer. thanks
     
  2. jojo

    jojo Looking for Boost! Staff Member Moderator Team Daytona Audi S3 quattro Audi A6 Audi Avant Owner Group

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    R32 wheels looks rubbish on an S3, doesn't go with the profile of the body, adn I think you will find that many on this forum aren't a fan of the A8 style wheel wheel neither, I personally would stick with the 17" TT comps. or if you definitely want 18's, try a set of BBS or the classic 9 spoke RS4/RSTT wheels :cool:
     
  3. glen_jai

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    jesters3 Active Member VCDS Map User

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    Not a fan of the Momo's!!! Pah what baloney. I'm with glen_jai they are by far the sexiest wheels you can stick on an S3.

    Check out:[​IMG]
     
  6. campbell

    campbell Member

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    very nice wheels
     
  7. ChriS3

    ChriS3 hud at ye bam

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  8. Sandip

    Sandip Well-Known Member Team Nogaro Blue

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    staying with the 17" tt comps, gettin it lowered instead:thumbsup:
     
  9. Sandip

    Sandip Well-Known Member Team Nogaro Blue

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    what about spacers, whats the max i can put on the back without lookin daft
     
  10. glen_jai

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    I definitely think that before you decide on upgrading your wheels to (most likely larger ones), you should consider lowering first. Just putting bigger wheels on looks wrong if the gaps are still there in the wheel arches.
     

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