You guys hating on RPF1's... SMH
It's the same overall design as TE37, and everyone hates on the RPF1's.. It's just more spokes, people.
Granted, it took me buying the flat face RPF1's and slapping them on my car to truly fall in love with them.
And BTW, I rarely see a set of them on any cars locally. Of course everyone and their mom posts photos on FB with them.
Here's a photo of them in action, for inspiration
K24Z7 CREW # 61719 (2012 Taffy Si Coupe)
CTE supercharger w/3.6", stock belt
DW 750CC injectors w/PNP clips.
Vit Tuned with Flashpro
Ceramic coated RV6 catted DP
Hasport 62A RMM and Upper mount
Enkei RPF1's 17x9 + 45 (3mm front spacers)
Continental Extreme Contact Sport Summer tires 245/40-17
Hybrid Racing shifter and cable bushings
Buddy Club Sport Spec Coilovers
14' OEM 20mm Rear Sway Bar
Ultra Racing 3 point Trunk Brace
FKX Racing Rear Strut bar
If I switch, the RPF1s would be the wheel I go to. Couldn't care less if they're played out. They look good on the car. I've also been in love with TE37s since I got into Hondas. Had dreams of putting white ones on my '92 Accord
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Last edited by modrid81; 03-20-2019 at 10:46 AM.
A 10 hp gain on a 200 hp engine? I think that is in the correction error range.
Doubtful if it could be felt by seat of the pants. Probably would not make much, if any, difference in 0-60 times.
Further, butt dynos are notoriously skewed optimistic, squared to the amount of cubic dollars in play.
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