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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 05-30-2017, 10:56 PM Thread Starter
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Just wondering if anyone has aftermarket wheels/rims on their 2016+ Pilot ? Care to share them ? I know the Acura TL wheels were very popular on the 2004-ish Pilots, just wonder what folks are doing with the most current generation.

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I thought these looked very nice, but do not know the type. I just came across this video yesterday.

It wont let me post youtube links, but here is the id for the search box. Its an EX-L AWD with almost every dealer add on in Modern Steel.

yWRJCx6Y0Ro

https://youtu.be/yWRJCx6Y0Ro

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Just wondering if anyone has aftermarket wheels/rims on their 2016+ Pilot ? Care to share them ? I know the Acura TL wheels were very popular on the 2004-ish Pilots, just wonder what folks are doing with the most current generation.

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My 2016 on Black Rhino

Rim Size: 20" x 8.5"
Offset: +35
Tire Size: 245/50R20
Wheel Spacer (If running any): None
Hub centric ring: 76mm/64.1mm

2016 Touring AWD, Black/Grey | Trailer Hitch | ATF Cooler | Husky WeatherBeater Floor Liners | Black Rhino Mozambique |

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I have some pics in another thread located here. Wheels & Tires (Gallery of Photos)

Take a look through that thread. You might find what you're looking for.

2016 Pilot EX-L - Modern Steel Metallic / Black - 4300K HIDs - Debadged - Blacked Out - TSW MAX Wheels -
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Here's mine:

Wheel Model: Sparco Pro Corsa
Rim Size: 18x8
Offset: 45mm
Tire Size: 245/60R18 (Yokohama Geolander A/T-S)
Wheel Spacer (If running any): None.

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2016 Pilot EX-L AWD Steel Sapphire w/ Honda Sensing
Aftermarket: Sparco Pro Corsa 18x8 wheels, Geolander AT-S 245/60R18 tires, ATF Cooler (Dealer installed), Curt Hitch & Harness, OEM splash guards, Weathertech floor mats, LED interior lights, LED low-beam headlights, LED fog lights, Yakima roof rack, Paint Protection, Bumpshox bumper protector.

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Looking good peeps.

Be nice if everyone that post to this thread can add the specs of their setup.

Rim Size:
Offset:
Tire Size
Wheel Spacer (If running any):

Wife's—2016 EX-L Sensing | White Diamond Pearl | 20" PIAA SM2 20 x 10 +25 | 275-45-20 | Aries Running Board | Weathertech Mats | Weathertech Sunroof Visor | AVS Window Visor | Morimoto 6000K XB HID
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Looking good peeps.

Be nice if everyone that post to this thread can add the specs of their setup.

Rim Size:
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Wheel Spacer (If running any):
Any photos of your pilot with the PIAA SM2? Would like to see the pilot with wider tires especially from the rear.
How's the 275/45 brake and handling on dry/wet surfaces? Any noticeable impact on comfort, noise and rolling resistance?

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Sorry Calvin, no images of the Pilot at the moment, I am back in the Motherland (Vietnam) and won't be back for at least 3 more weeks. I do have these when I first got them, I guess a teaser for now.

Handling is better because of the lower profiles and steering is about the same, except now the turning radius is more because of the wider track. Comfort, you loose a little but not much or maybe it's just me, it's hard to tell because I don't drive her that much (Wife's car), and all my other cars are lowered and I am so used to their harshness. Noisier because of the thread pattern... Braking probably the same, 2-piece wheels are lighter than the OEMs and with the added weight of the tires, I figured it's a wash weight wise.




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Sorry Calvin, no images of the Pilot at the moment, I am back in the Motherland (Vietnam) and won't be back for at least 3 more weeks. I do have these when I first got them, I guess a teaser for now.

Handling is better because of the lower profiles and steering is about the same, except now the turning radius is more because of the wider track. Comfort, you loose a little but not much or maybe it's just me, it's hard to tell because I don't drive her that much (Wife's car), and all my other cars are lowered and I am so used to their harshness. Noisier because of the thread pattern... Braking probably the same, 2-piece wheels are lighter than the OEMs and with the added weight of the tires, I figured it's a wash weight wise.

Very good looking wheels especially when they are kept shiny .. bling bling . What is the weight of each?
The OEM 20" wheels are about 32lbs each. Tires are around 28lbs each. You are probably not gaining much weight with lighter after market wheels and wider tires .
The 275/45, according to tire comparison site, has slightly taller sidewall, 4.9", although it is lower profile. It shouldn't have any negative effect on ride comfort, theoretically speaking.

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Test fit... (waiting for a set of lug nuts)
ESM001 17x8 +35.
Will pair this set with Cooper Discoverer AT3 255/64r17.
Spacers NO.
Hub rings YES 72-64.1
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