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Around here in Cali it varies from $200-$300...for all 4 wheels....
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8/2010 - Proud Owner of a 1988 RX7 Convertible N/A Red All Originial- .
9/2005 - Proud Owner of a 2004 RX8 GT+Navi, Winning Blue Blown & Being Rebuilt
How does the paint hold up? Ive been thinking about powdercoating mine too
The photo in the 2nd post was from 6/2005 the one in this post was from 10 minutes ago. Please take into account my car is dirty and the rims are not used during the winter. But I would have to say they held up well.
Those do look damn good. And paying about $100 per wheel to have them done sounds reasonable, especially considering most aftermarket options are going to be either heavier than stock or much more expensive.
2004 TiGrey AT, AEM CAI, Greddy SP2 exhaust, S-Techs, Metra Kit Eclipse head unit, blacked out emblems and taillights, LED interior lighting, footwell lights, led fogs, bride seat, rotorpros drilled slotted rotors, ebc redstuff pads, greddy rear strut bar, evo-r front lip, mazda speed side skirts, mazda speed front strut bar, TCSportline CF hood, AP dr midpipe,