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Old 04-24-16, 05:18 AM
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Decided to go with 295/40/18 in the rear and 245/40/18 in the front I was worried about the rear panel, just a light roll of the fender and And it fit great. I was surprised how it change the look of the car.








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Evo X GSR Enkeis 18X8.5 +38 offset. 22lbs a wheel, and i had them from previous DSM builds. Stock suspesnsion, will update when i install coilovers:



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I'm actually pretty happy with the fitment (minus the massive wheel gap), the weight isn't terrible, and i got them for 200 bucks originally so...
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The fact that your own awesome body kit is AT LEAST not test-fitted on this car (with pics) is a travesty. LOLOLOL
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Originally Posted by Sweatshop View Post
The fact that your own awesome body kit is AT LEAST not test-fitted on this car (with pics) is a travesty. LOLOLOL
I got the car a week ago, give me some time! Plus, It's now currently in our prototype department, which i think is something we can all be happy about.
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i have a chance to buy a set of Is250 rims for $200. i looked up the offset and its +50 the same as the sunken factory wheels. does the fact that they are 8.5 in wide make a diffrence? Is there anyone who has had these rims on their SC? Should i getthem or keep lookin?
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Default Fitment help

Hi guys it seems that this thread will be a life for ever, many thanks newyorksc who started it.
I'm going for some very basic fitment, Lenso D2R 18*8 / ET +38, thinking about 245/40/18 tires to avoid big speedometer wrong readings, and I'm Megans coil-overs, as per this thread everything will be fine with no issues.

.... I will be happy to see some pictures for the same set up if somebody has it the same.
many thanks in advance.
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Work Euroline Dh
18x8f +25 on 215/35r18 with a 38mm spacer (I know I'll shoot my eye out...)
18x9r +31 on 225/35r18 with a 20mm spacer

and my old set up






Sparco ns06 (feather light wheels.. could almost lift them with 1 finger even with tires)
18x9.5 +22 all the way around. Can't remember tire size
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I have a set of 19x9.5. And 19x10.5. +12 all around. Will I be able to run 265 or 275/35 on the rear? My rear fenders are rolled and puled about 2 inches. Will that work. Thanks.
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hmmm... with the pull you might get away with it, but it's gonna be tight. more than likely you'll need more stretch and probably some extra camber.

edit: front's will fit with a little stretch just fine on a soft roll like mine.

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Originally Posted by Idlefree View Post
Decided to go with 295/40/18 in the rear and 245/40/18 in the front I was worried about the rear panel, just a light roll of the fender and And it fit great. I was surprised how it change the look of the car.








should have went with 295/35, since that 40 profile you have is too much for this car and those wheels
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those Sparco ns06's are awesome. love them
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Yeah, they were awesome. They're on a friends car now and I swear every car they make it onto looks great with them.
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I like both of them the second most
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I love your car man
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need help!!! goin for a new set

19x9.5 +22 fronts 245/35/19
19x11 +22 rear 265/35/19 w/camber kit upper control arm

going for a flush look for my car also fenders and rear quarters are rolled
w/ max coilovers
direct fitment??

swapping rear new tires for the new to the fronts

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