i agree, but i think only with width. i dont think it would make a difference if the tire was a 295 regardless of it if was a 20 inch rim or a 22 inch rim. although that camaro does look hot, i think, with the right rims, it would look nicer with the same size wheel all around.i think bigger wheels in the back are a must if your car is pumping out a lot of power and its RWD, also the reason for staggered wheels on cars....
so its just for aesthetics? because i think u posted a pic of a maroon ferrari that had smaller rims in the front than the back too. i think it looks pretty stupid... btw, i always thought the prowler was one stupid a$$ car.
Some cars benefit with the staggered dimension wheels but IMHO, not the 7er.
A lot of old school american muscle "retro rods" adopted this look and pull it off quite well mainly because the ability to "tuck" the rears.
I think Intro has a Ford on 22's in the rears and like 20's up front and it works well.
True, Kevin and the boys (UG) are flying, but you know that car could be much quicker with a real tire under it. It's impressive to do it the way that they did, but it leaves some on the table. Bad ass none the less! :thumbup:In most applications yes, the taller sidewall is a benefit but IINM, the fastest Viper on street tires has a 20" rear LOW PROFILE tire. One word: Suspension.