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S2000 Fronts

Am I missing something? I've searched and cannot find any pics of 5th gen Preludes with S2000 wheels on them (the 17" ones, not the 16"s, there are plenty with the 16" wheels) I'm guessing it's not popular since you need two sets of 17x7 fronts to make it look right.

Edit: I thought I saw a pic of one somewhere, if I did I can't find it again.
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Re: S2000 Fronts

You're looking for AP2 wheels.

I've only seen one car with them... i'll try to find it.

You don't need to run (4) fronts, you could just get spacers for the fronts to make up for that 1". But usually people just don't want to roll fenders to make it look/drive right
(also it would handle like **** lol)


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here you go

http://www.preludepower.com/forums/s...4&postcount=60


and the thread from where that originated from
http://www.preludepower.com/forums/s...=230795&page=3

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Re: S2000 Fronts

That actually doesn't look half bad!
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Re: S2000 Fronts

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You're looking for AP2 wheels.

I've only seen one car with them... i'll try to find it.

You don't need to run (4) fronts, you could just get spacers for the fronts to make up for that 1". But usually people just don't want to roll fenders to make it look/drive right
(also it would handle like **** lol)


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here you go

Honda Prelude Forum : Honda Prelude Forums - View Single Post - s2000 rims on 5th gens??


and the thread from where that originated from
s2000 rims on 5th gens?? - Page 3 - Honda Prelude Forum : Honda Prelude Forums
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I was wondering if a 55 offset on the S2000 AP2 17x7" rim would put the rim too far into the car. The 17" '05-06 RSX wheels that are common have an offset of 45 for the same width, amost a half inch further out.
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Re: S2000 Fronts

Can anyone tell me what tire size to use on ap2's so that I won't have any problems with rubbing? And a link for the appropriate spacers that wing8806 mentioned?
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Re: S2000 Fronts

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Can anyone tell me what tire size to use on ap2's so that I won't have any problems with rubbing? And a link for the appropriate spacers that wing8806 mentioned?
quoted from the first link:

"Mounted on them was the stock 215/45/17 Bridgestone Potenza RE050s... You might even be able to get up to a 245 on this wheel without rubbing issues"


Im using 215/45/17 and im lowered 1.5 inches and I dont rub.
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