People love replicas, because they suit their needs obviously. Each to their own, but if money wouldn't be a factor, then I would of course buy original Mugen or brand new TE37 wheels. Unfortunately in this material world there is always other financial commitments, therefore Rota Grid Drift, Bola B1 or Inovit ST16 always will be considered.Not a fan of the wheels at all, what wheels are they? Fake Mugen, aka Mugen "UK 200". they don't suit the car at all, and I've owned a Milano. IMO the best wheels are the standard multi spoke 18's, they look soooooo good and always have, they may be heavier than the Team Dynamics or other after market etc but they just suit the car so well. The 19 inch Rage are even worse than these. If you can get a fair whack for these on Ebay or similar, and I admit I dont know the market, I'd sell them and get the Honda Type R 18's that it should have or if not at least get a decent set of another brand.
I'll be burned for this probably, because people love replicas, but for me a CTR should have its proper wheels on and no silly Mugen spoilers. Its either a Mugen 20 or its not. Its either a so called UK Mugen 200, or its not.
The car looks lovely tho, aside from my stubborn views, its Milano and shining like Jack Nicolson
I agree that 18" suit this car better and look good as well, but those Honda M200 wheels came with the car and are lighter then OEM 18" wheels, so no point of changing them for OEM, lightweight aftermarket only is the overall consensus of people owned both. Team Dynamics looks cheap on this car, from multispoke my choice would be OZ Racing Ultraleggera/Enkei RPF1.
Its good to have a forum where we can share our views and help get our cars better (or worse is some cases:grin2.
Honestly prefer grey/anthracite to black or bronze on Milano.The mugen wheels look good but as they aren't the original finish they would look good in black as the shiny grey looks odd