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My close friend One Ton photography recently did a quick shoot of my car after a wash. Specs:

Car: 2006 RBP TSX
Wheels: Enkei Kojin 18x9.5 +30
Suspension: Buddy Club n+
Lug nuts: Muteki SR48 in blue
Tires: Falken Ziex512 225/40/18
Camber: Skunk2 front/Ingalls
Fitment: Rolled all around, slight pull in front, rear bumper tab shaved


I believe I am the first person with these wheels on this car. Enjoy:









Anyone in the NYC area need a photoshoot/rig shot hit up One Ton Photography! Does great work!

Thanks for looking!
 

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I bought the same wheels after I saw this posting in the exact same specs you have but still having a hard time fitting them on my car. I had all four fenders rolled already like you did, but have not pulled the front fenders or shaved the rear bumper tab. How did you pull your front fenders? was it easy? what does the rear bumper tab look like and how did you shave it off? After the install how does the ride of the car feel and is there alot of rubbing even after you have done all those things to the fenders?
 

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I bought the same wheels after I saw this posting in the exact same specs you have but still having a hard time fitting them on my car. I had all four fenders rolled already like you did, but have not pulled the front fenders or shaved the rear bumper tab. How did you pull your front fenders? was it easy? what does the rear bumper tab look like and how did you shave it off? After the install how does the ride of the car feel and is there alot of rubbing even after you have done all those things to the fenders?
I pulled them on a hot summer day at 1PM with my fingers lol...not the most professional way but i took my time, pulled slowly where the fender has an opening for the plastic bitch clips (tabs) starting from closest to the middle of the fender outwards...if you take your time and go slowly itll pull..you can definitely tell. You dont need a zomg pull, just enough so it almost reaches the face of the wheel. tuck the plastic liner under the pushed up metal fender holes.

The person who did rolled my fenders removed the rear bumper tab, so I cant comment on that.

All I can say is that it will rub on 225/40. 215/40 was too much of a stretch for me, but with my front UCA camber kit and the pulling/rolling + not filling up over a 1/2 tank of gas, was extremely minimal rub. Only on sudden dips going fast.

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