Konig R5 15x6.5 and you can keep your stock rubber. They are $150 a rim 12lbs each, you lose 6lbs per rim, you will notice the gain allot. They look ALLOT like stock mistubishi eclipse GT alloy rims (I know because I speant 3 years cleaning my '00 mitsubishi eclips GT's rims, and they looked JUST like them)..
Also 15x6.5 Enkei RSF2 (what I have) are 16.9lbs each, it's only 1.3lbs per wheel, but they are much better looking IMO and around the same price.
Whatever you look at make sure you have enough clearance and a 5x100 bolt pattern. I know both the rims above fit our cars, because I looked at both of them on my car before going with better looking heavier Enkei.
[ 04-28-2003, 10:26 PM: Message edited by: FX-MAN ]