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Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 08-24-17, 10:10 AM
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Posted By Blkexcoupe
It really depends on what your using your car...

It really depends on what your using your car for, how low your car is going to be, and what brand of tire your going to use. It'll fit if your car isn't slammed and the roll is done perfectly flat.
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 08-23-17, 11:12 PM
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Posted By Blkexcoupe
Fronts will fit with a roll and will leave you...

Fronts will fit with a roll and will leave you with room to get a spacer if you need it for LS brake upgrades. The rear will fit very similar to the other wheels you asked except they'll be sunken in...
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 08-23-17, 11:37 AM
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Posted By Blkexcoupe
Everyone has different definitions of extensive....

Everyone has different definitions of extensive. Those will poke in the front and rear. 235/40 on a 9.5 should be a good enough stretch to clear a roll and pull with some minor camber (-2).
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 08-18-17, 07:11 PM
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Posted By Blkexcoupe
That's not a blue lip, it's protective tape since...

That's not a blue lip, it's protective tape since those wheels are brand new. They can't be relipped because the wheels aren't 3 piece it looks like a 2 piece welded wheel.

You can fit some pretty...
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 07-20-17, 05:06 PM
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Posted By Blkexcoupe
You'll need to modify the fenders and the rear...

You'll need to modify the fenders and the rear may occasionally rub, but it should fit fine.
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 06-22-17, 09:10 PM
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Posted By Blkexcoupe
Some work will have to be done, but it can fit.

Some work will have to be done, but it can fit.
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 06-19-17, 10:53 PM
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Posted By Blkexcoupe
It won't be that bad, but it would look better...

It won't be that bad, but it would look better with spacers.

The wheels I was thinking about in my head during my initial reply was Koenig Monsters (they look the same), and the ones I've dealt...
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 06-19-17, 08:29 PM
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Posted By Blkexcoupe
They'll be sunken in, but its right on that gray...

They'll be sunken in, but its right on that gray area between needing and not needing fender work. I'd recommend running them with a spacer to be flush (at least a 15mm). If you do decide to buy...
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 05-24-17, 01:21 PM
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Posted By Blkexcoupe
At stock height you'll have no issues. Once...

At stock height you'll have no issues.

Once lowered, The rears will be fine. I'm not really sure about the fronts since I don't remember the clearance of oem fenders. I think you'll be fine or...
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 05-20-17, 08:55 PM
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Posted By Blkexcoupe
You're going to have to roll them regardless if...

You're going to have to roll them regardless if you want those sizes. Those tire sizes are to clear the fender after modification.

If you want no mods at all, then you're looking at something like...
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 05-20-17, 04:46 PM
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Posted By Blkexcoupe
It'll require fender mods. Roll in the front and...

It'll require fender mods. Roll in the front and roll or shave in the rear. Fronts you'll be ok with a 245 or 255. You'll need 265 in the rear if you're really low or a 275 if you have some wheel gap.
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 05-17-17, 09:11 AM
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Posted By Blkexcoupe
I'm going to guess it won't be an issue, but the...

I'm going to guess it won't be an issue, but the easiest way to know is to measure your car. Since both wheels are 8", 42 - 35 = 7mm, so measure your car and see how much space there is between your...
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 04-26-17, 05:41 PM
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Posted By Blkexcoupe
the ideal widths and offsets stay the same for...

the ideal widths and offsets stay the same for any diameter of rim, so there's no need to ask for help with 20's unless you're looking for tire sizes.
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 04-17-17, 09:27 AM
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Posted By Blkexcoupe
I have to agree with this. I was going through my...

I have to agree with this. I was going through my photos to try and find pictures at the same angle, but this is the best I could do.

Stock 97+ body with 18's...
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 04-16-17, 12:03 PM
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Posted By Blkexcoupe
Juan's fitment (red car) is about 1/2" more...

Juan's fitment (red car) is about 1/2" more aggressive than what I recommended. His car is on CX racing coils, not stock suspension. I think those pictures were from when he was still dialing in his...
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 04-15-17, 03:27 PM
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Posted By Blkexcoupe
I would go with the HP wheels in the front. Tire...

I would go with the HP wheels in the front. Tire sizes are dependent on your ride height and suspension. 245/40/18 and 275/35/18 will work for sure, but if your suspension is stiff enough then you'll...
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 04-15-17, 10:25 AM
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Posted By Blkexcoupe
I'll answer your question here, so it can help...

I'll answer your question here, so it can help everyone else. First off, you should call evasive and speak with them. They're a great shop and they could easily answer all your questions.

The...
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 03-20-17, 07:48 AM
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Posted By Blkexcoupe
Usually when I recommend tire sizes I take into...

Usually when I recommend tire sizes I take into consideration the clearance at any height just in case you hit a hard bump and the coils bottom out. If your car is higher than most on this site, then...
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 03-17-17, 09:03 AM
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Posted By Blkexcoupe
A 265 will be too big in the front with a +25...

A 265 will be too big in the front with a +25 too. Realistically, you're looking at 245/40/18 or maybe 255.

Nice choice for wheels :thumbup:
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 03-14-17, 09:58 PM
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Posted By Blkexcoupe
You'll definitiely need a fender roll. Check out...

You'll definitiely need a fender roll. Check out Nick's car since he has the same size tire and rim in the front....
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 03-13-17, 10:03 AM
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Posted By Blkexcoupe
I'd recommend 255 front and 285 rear if you plan...

I'd recommend 255 front and 285 rear if you plan on going with super sports. You could get away with wider tires if you went with a different brand (the ones manufactured in Asia).
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 03-05-17, 08:53 PM
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Posted By Blkexcoupe
Flushness depends on your ride height, but you...

Flushness depends on your ride height, but you should be good with your fenders rolled flat. You can fit 245/40/18 or possibly 255 in the front. 275/35/18 will be easy to fit in the rear, but I think...
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 02-23-17, 08:51 AM
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Posted By Blkexcoupe
It's been a while since I've handled a set of...

It's been a while since I've handled a set of 57DR, but if I remember correctly they clear the brembo brakes on a STI, so it should be fine for the LS calipers. I would recommend contacting the...
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 02-20-17, 09:33 AM
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Posted By Blkexcoupe
They do cut it with over fenders, but if you have...

They do cut it with over fenders, but if you have over fenders you won't care if the oem fenders get warped and look ugly.
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 02-20-17, 09:26 AM
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Posted By Blkexcoupe
I've heard of guys smashing that tub down with a...

I've heard of guys smashing that tub down with a sledge hammer, but you have to be really careful not to dent the outside. It's a reinforcement for the quarter panel, so I wouldn't recommend grinding...
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