I need wheels for SCCA Solo II Stock-class autocrossing. What are some good, inexpensive choices other than a set of stock Protegé wheels?
SCCA Solo II Stock-class rules require wheels that are the same width and diameter as stock. Offset must be within ¼” of stock. There is no restriction on material, weight, or type of wheel. There are several readily available, inexpensive wheels from other cars that will fit most Protegé’s. The BG chassis LX, BH-chassis LX and ES, and BJ-chassis DX and LX 1.6l use 14 x 5.5″ wheels with a 4 x 100mm bolt pattern. The best wheels for these cars are 7 spoke stock wheels from a 90-93 1.6l Miata. These wheels have the same bolt pattern, offset and center hole diameter as stock Protegé wheels, but they are significantly lighter. Another good choice are Honda wheels. 14×5.5″ alloy wheels with a 4x100mm bolt pattern and 45mm offset have been used on various late 80’s and early 90’s Accords, Preludes and Acura Integras (stock Civic wheels are either too narrow or only available in steel). Honda wheels are not hubcentric on a Protegé (although this is not as critical for autocrossing as it is fo
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