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Old 10-10-10, 08:42 PM
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What drag setup are you guys running on your cars?
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I just bought these from a friend who also has an '08 ISF. He never ran them and I haven't yet either, but in the next couple weeks...

TR Motorsports (as in Tire Rack)
18 x 9.5

BFG G-Force drag radials
275/35-18
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I'm running 17x9.5 +40 Matte Volk Racing RE-30 with 275/40/17 Mickey Thompsons for the rear.
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I'm running 17x9.5 +40 Matte Volk Racing RE-30 with 275/40/17 Mickey Thompsons for the rear.
17's!? Pictures and more details please!
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How are you guys able to get away with TPMS light coming on?
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Originally Posted by sickISF View Post
How are you guys able to get away with TPMS light coming on?
The light doesn't come on for about 25 miles.
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Old 10-11-10, 09:32 AM
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Originally Posted by caymandive View Post
The light doesn't come on for about 25 miles.
And you just reset it after bolting on the OEMs?
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And you just reset it after bolting on the OEMs?
You will not get the light if you change out your wheels/tires at the track. It would take a lot of runs to reach the 25 miles that it takes for your car to throw the TPMS lights. As for resetting all you have to do is put the OEMs back on.
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in for more results

anyone using any DR's that would fit OEM rims?
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17's? please pictures and specs please crazy
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What's the most cost effective drag rims? 18's recommended?
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Originally Posted by caymandive View Post
17's!? Pictures and more details please!


Here you go...
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what are you lowered on if anything....because i tried to fit these on tein springs and it doesnt work....
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when you sit in the car it will rub if you hit a pebble...lol
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Originally Posted by CrazyMPG View Post


Here you go...
Wow, I always knew that the 17" RE30s would fit... you just proved it to me. I'm sticking with the 18 RE30s. I'm afraid of wheel hop and scared that the rims might flex and scratch up the calipers. I'm using 245 MTs and have no issue with traction. Total weight per wheel is 42 pounds for me.
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