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ISF94 01-27-14 08:30 PM

2008 ISF vossen CV7 tire size help
 
Hey guys I have ordered vossen cv7 for my isf, I have spoke to many people but they all have their own opinions. My car is not lowered and I will not be lowering it due to the conditions roads here. If anyone knows the right tire sizes for the front and back without any rub can they please help me out.

Thanks :)

bnizzle87 01-28-14 12:52 AM

20x9 and 20x10.5 have a few options for tires. For the offset, I presume you chose the ones that fit the F without much needing to be done to the fender (F:+38, R: +45)

To keep it as close to stock spec as possible, I'd suggest going with 255/30 in the front and 305/25 in the rear. While this doesn't give much protection to the rim of the wheel, it is as close to the stock specifications as can possibly be. I've seen it done, especially the 305/25 in the rear, and it does fit perfectly without any modification, even slightly lowered with springs.

Hope this helps! Post pics when you get everything mounted.

ISFpat 01-28-14 12:26 PM

I'm running 255 and 305.. the car feels great

coryj003 06-12-14 03:05 PM

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Originally Posted by ISFpat (Post 8351957)
I'm running 255 and 305.. the car feels great

can you post pics of your setup

I8ABMR 06-12-14 06:02 PM

I would go 255/305 as well. 295 rear would work but sounds like 305 might go on without drama. ISFpat's ISF look mean as hell.:thumbup::thumbup:

ISFpat 06-12-14 06:34 PM

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Originally Posted by I8ABMR (Post 8580414)
I would go 255/305 as well. 295 rear would work but sounds like 305 might go on without drama. ISFpat's ISF look mean as hell.:thumbup::thumbup:

Thanks! :D

I8ABMR 06-12-14 08:53 PM

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Originally Posted by ISFpat (Post 8580461)
Thanks! :D

you nailed it brotha. Your wheels, stance, and fitment are BIG TIME !!:):) You did a great job with your ISF:thumbup:

ISFpat 06-12-14 09:44 PM

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Originally Posted by I8ABMR (Post 8580668)
you nailed it brotha. Your wheels, stance, and fitment are BIG TIME !!:):) You did a great job with your ISF:thumbup:

thank you thank you lol too kind

jeeriko 06-12-14 09:46 PM

post pics when you get them on!

MYISF 06-13-14 11:59 AM

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Congratulations on the CV7's...they were my second choice as I have the Vossen CV3 and this is MYISF setup based on feedback directly from Vossen:

Front: 20x9 +38 (Michelin PSS 245/30/20)
Rear: 20x10.5 +45 (Michelin PSS 285/25/20)

bnizzle87 is correct that 255/30 and 305/25 match the stock size diameter better but Vossen never talked about those sizes...they said "if I don't want any rubbing problems" than go with the above...oh and I am on stock suspension and I love my fitment! See for yourself below!

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Need4Speed 06-13-14 01:10 PM

Car looks badass ^^

We do multiple ISF setups here and that's the exact tire setup we use as well.

MYISF 06-13-14 01:41 PM

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Originally Posted by Need4Speed (Post 8581577)
Car looks badass ^^

Thanks man...:D

Need4Speed 06-16-14 01:58 PM

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Originally Posted by MYISF (Post 8581640)
Thanks man...:D

anytime :thumbup:

jkappel 06-19-14 11:32 AM

those tires are too thin for my preference but I could stare at that set up all day long :)

MYISF 06-19-14 12:22 PM

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Originally Posted by jkappel (Post 8590396)
those tires are too thin for my preference but I could stare at that set up all day long :)

LMAO...I hear you as it looks great but the way the car drives has changed...I am thinking about going back to 19in to get more sidewall so I can drive it harder in fast corners...and maybe even track it a few times??? :bigthumbu


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