View Full Version : Pics of my altezza and friends NSX

Initial D
2003.09.24, 06:56 PM
That's my altezza and Slonik's NSX
We both got new wheels. I have my complete hop ups list in my sig. Enjoy. :D


2003.09.24, 08:58 PM
damn, that altezza is tight. looks like you need the widebody kit...if only it existed...mmmmm yummy widebody altezza would look phat. but yea, those inch ups look raw.

2003.09.24, 09:38 PM
very nice altezza! cool tires too.

my altezza (http://mini-zracer.com/albums/album52/mz173.sized.jpg)
my altezza (http://mini-zracer.com/albums/album52/mz176.sized.jpg)

2003.09.24, 09:52 PM
Yeah! Nice Altezzas and nice rims too on both of them. I whish I could get ahold of some inch-up rims too! Here's mine...

My Altezza (http://mini-zracer.com/gallery/customs/Altezza_FR)
My Altezza (http://mini-zracer.com/gallery/customs/Altezza_RL)

2003.09.25, 02:27 AM
initial d...

if those are inch up rims, i would highly suggest not running your car with them on... the front rims will have an offset (which is why they are sticking out a bit... and any crashes into a wall will strip your servo gear...

Initial D
2003.09.25, 06:58 PM
They are inch ups. I have already run with them on, and crashed into walls, displacing my tie rod twice. However, that is with the body off, because the body cannot be used with the rims without removal of the headlights. Do you know of any bodies that will cover up the wheels without them sticking out. like the skyline or such?

2003.09.25, 07:21 PM
the narrow squares will fit and work if you file down a portion of the headlights. mine worked well after doing so.

2003.09.25, 11:02 PM
Yeah, I already gave that Z a bit of a dremeling (pics taken before), since I have a dremel, and initiald doesnt... I did it for him.

However, he's still deciding what to do about the headlights...

2003.09.25, 11:42 PM
initial d here's my suggestion...



here's how i did it...


actually you can use any bodies that use offset in the front with wide rears... (i.e. clk, nsx, modena... plus the new skyline calsonic and corvette)