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  • 84 Mitsu Cordia wheels

    Found these at the JY the other day... 13x5, 4x114.3
    Center bore isn't the same, but no biggie. Put some 175/70 13s on them (the rears rub the struts just a bit, I'm going to put some 3mm spacers on when I install the wheel studs later this week). Kinda a different look, but I like it! Nice and boxy to go w/ the car.



    ~Nate

    the keeper of a wonderful lil car, Skeeter.

    Current cars:
    91L "Skeeter" 170k, Aspire brakes, G15, BP, Advancedynamics coil overs, etc. My first love.
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  • #2
    I like the look.....different for sure
    "FLTG4LIFE" @FINALLEVEL , "PBH"
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    • #3
      look cool different but awesome
      93 L B6T DD http://www.fordfestiva.com/forums/sh...ad.php?t=37751
      RIP_90 LuX http://www.fordfestiva.com/forums/sh...ad.php?t=32249
      RIP 88 LX / B8-MEhttp://www.fordfestiva.com/forums/sh...ad.php?t=26398

      RJ

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      • #4
        Originally posted by skeeters_keeper View Post
        Found these at the JY the other day... 13x5, 4x114.3
        Center bore isn't the same, but no biggie. Put some 175/70 13s on them (the rears rub the struts just a bit, I'm going to put some 3mm spacers on when I install the wheel studs later this week).
        Is it in need of year struts?
        If so, the aspire rear struts may solve your rubbing issue no spacers needed.
        Pu241
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        Last edited by Pu241; 11-11-2010, 08:33 PM.
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        • #5
          I didn't even know they sold those cars here, isn't the Cordia based on the Starion?
          Current cars:

          1993 Ford Festiva 5-Speed - Festiclese III - Cousin of the Banhammer - "The Jalopnik Car"
          1984 Toyota Cressida - 2JZGE Swap, Turbocharged.
          2013 Mazda Mazda2 - Exhaust and Wheels (the daily)
          2002 Toyota Tundra - V6/Auto/2WD - The Tow Vehicle.

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          • #6
            In love with a MadScientist!
            There's a fine line between breathtaking ingenuity and "That's the stupidest thing I've ever seen!"

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            • #7
              I really like that!! NICE!!!
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              • #8
                I like it, kinda reminds me of the 1g CRX 4-hole wheels, but in a much more radially symetrical way
                No festiva for me ATM...

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                • #9
                  Not a fan of the Cordia but the rims look sweet on the Festiva.....
                  Andrew Walker

                  Current Daily Driver:
                  89 Nissan D21 SE V6 5 speed 4x4
                  Projects in the works:
                  84 Mercedes Benz 300D(T)(Baby) currently awaiting transmission transplant/ full on restoration

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                  • #10
                    Decidedly different! Good find Nate!

                    Karl
                    '93GL "Prettystiva" ticking B3 and 5 speed, backup DD; full swaps in spring!
                    '91L "AquaMutt" my '91L; B6 swap/5 speed & Aspire brakes, DD/work car
                    '92L "Twinstiva" 5sp, salvage titled, waiting for repairs...
                    '93GL "Luxstiva," '94 B6 engine & ATX; needs overhauled
                    '89L "Muttstiva," now a storage bin, future trailer project

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                    • #11
                      Nice find!
                      BP Festiva on MS2 with gsxr itbs Woot!!!

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