NEW PRODUCT: Hayashi Streets now available in 17-inch

The “Street” by Hayashi Racing is a favorite among collectors of old school barrels. Now the company is updating the classic design in a 17-inch size called the Hayashi Street STL.

The cars targeted for the new fitments are all hugely popular in Japan. Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ owners can now run 7.5J+35 and +43 in a 5×100 bolt pattern.

Toyota Prius owners can deck out their hybrid fuel sippers with 7.5J+43 in a 5×114.3 bolt pattern.

And finally, the new Prius C won’t be left out with 6.5J+42 in a 4×100 lug pattern. The

Hayashi even made some stickers for the launch, limited to the first 100 orders. Shallow offsets and the elongated spokes may take some getting used to, but if you absolutely must get matching shoes for your classic and your daily driver, this is one solution.

These follow on the heels of the new 17-inch Volk TE37V and other old school revivals like the Work Meister CR01 and the Enkei Classic Series.

Images courtesy of Hayashi Racing.

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20 Responses to NEW PRODUCT: Hayashi Streets now available in 17-inch

  1. E-AT_me says:

    and now, i want to buy a prius.. serious..

  2. Cherry X1R says:

    those rims are GLORIOUS!! so beautiful and simple in design. If they make a prius look sporty, imagine what they do for other cars. and now I want a set.

  3. dankan says:

    I think I like the Watanabes better, but these are still epic, especially the irony factor of putting them on a Prius.

  4. chin says:

    They look horrible on the 86 but work on the prius for some reason

  5. madfaber says:

    Its about time more wheel makers realize” hey people are paying alot of money for the wheels we made 20 years ago, maybe we should just make some more of them since people still like them!”, i like these wheels. Most new wheels on the market today are just ugly and i dont see them lasting the test of time.

    • Steve says:

      Yeah, but only if they make them the same way. The new Enkei 92 are a complete disappointment to me, being a one-piece cast wheel instead of a two-piece like the original; it’s more of a knock-off than a reissue…

    • Tyler says:

      Most wheels 20 years ago didn’t stand the test of time either- we only remember a handful of them. The others are regarded as time machines or relics.

      I personally don’t think Hayashi Streets look good on many cars made after 1987, but that’s just me. Great to see they’re more available now, though.

  6. Nigel says:

    Get these on a Camry 97′ and up.
    (To add a bit of “gangsta”.)

  7. Dennis says:

    It doesn’t really float my boat. It’s not because of the cars it’s mounted on, it’s because Hayashi Streets without a nice lip look like hubcaps whether they’re on an AE86 or FRS.

  8. Emperor says:

    Typicall FWD wheels………iam not impressed

  9. RobbRoark says:

    Now that rota makes these and they are call shakotans I have been liking these less. Unless they are in a good offset. too bad the sizing on the FRS pictured, looks very weak. what are they plus 86?

  10. ylee says:

    that looks horrible!!!! no dish on the Streets makes it look hideous!

  11. Jin says:

    I thought the Prius has a 5×100 bolt pattern.

  12. ewokracing says:

    so can you buy the hayashi or the Rota’s undrilled? just thinking out aloud…

  13. artoncraftscn says:

    Hello. And Bye.

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