I did not work out this weekend, which is bad. Largely, I didn't have time either day. Yesterday was spent working on a car, moving tires, swapping tires, patching up a transmission, then going to work. By the time I got home, it was below freezing. Today was spent tarping over a damaged roof, then hooking up the heater in the shed. Now I'm totally fatigued, and that makes going out to lift a possibly risky thing.
I found some 235/50R17 Dunlop DZ101's that I could actually put on my current wheels... and priced at just $120 new... $480 for a set, plus $40 shipping. Right now Dunlop has $80 off four sets, so that's $440 to my door, then about $60 to mount. $500 for high performance summer tires that fit on my current alloys. That's... not terrible at all.
Oh, and I realized my car has a dip in the headlights... right behind the facing piece, there's an edge dropping down, leading to the upper bay sunk reflector.
Now, the relevance: I've seen a few projector retrofits for sedans, and they'll all appeared to have a cut through the facing piece. What I thought was a cut was actually this dip, it's already there from the factory, and that may make the difference I need to fit the FX-R in shrouds into the top without doing damage to the headlights.