Jose, what do you mean by the height being only two way adjustable?
Nope. The LSS come with Rimstock rims. These little gems:tonyyoshi said:For LSS in the states, are you referring to the OZ16(?) spoke rims?
Who is Lotus kidding!!! These are not lightweight rims. For forged rims they are pretty heavy. Some research revealed:Eyelise said:From what I gathered from the LA Auto show, the LSS wheels are 4/6 pounds lighter than the stock 7 spoke front/back. That would make the rear 16lbs and change and the front 14lbs and change. Not ultra light but definitely below the 1lb/inch definition of light.
Great idea. Downsize the rims and lose unsprung weight in the process. The only downside is the loss of sidewall stifnesss since you will have to increase the tire's aspect ratio. Or you can go with the same aspect ratio of the 16 and 17 rims, but your speedo reading will be inaccurate. I am glad to know that smaller rims fit and do not rub on the calipers. Lucky for me Kosei makes a 15X7 (13.5 lbs) and a 16X7.5 (15.5 lbs). And you can get those cheap from the tire rack.Originally posted by tonyyoshi My KMS wheels are 16" 8J rear and 15" 7J front. The rears weigh 12lbs each and the fronts 10lbs each. The reason for moving down to 16 and 15 instead of keeping 17 and 16 is tyres choice. The Yoko LTS A048 tyres for the 17 and 16 wheels are a) very expensive b) very hard to get hold of and c) not as sticky as other tyres. The KMS wheels are incredibly expensive though at $2,300 (approx). [/B]