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      01-30-2017, 09:22 AM   #1
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Rotiform 19" or niche 20" !?

Hi guys,

I can put the hand on an almost new set of Rotiform BLQ DDT 19x9.5 and 19x10 wrapped in 235-35-19 front and 265-30-19 rear. The set is 3 months old and in perfect condition. Is it the good tire size for a f33?

http://www.rotiform.com/blq-cast-1-piece-w-21871.htm

It would to be fit on a black f33. i can get the kit here in Quebec for 1400$. Should i do it or go with option 2?

Option #2, Niche invert m163 20x9 front 20x10.5 rear wrapped in 245-35-20 and 275-30-20 rear. Kit would be approximately 2400$ brand new.

http://www.nicheroadwheels.com/invert-m163-w-23900.htm

Car has the M package with Sport suspension and will be dropped on Vogtland spring wich is almost like the H&R Supersport : 1.2" front 0.8" rear.


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Those are both very heavy wheels. But I like the Rotiform better
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Those are both very heavy wheels. But I like the Rotiform better
I know they are heavy, but i more looking for a look that a performance wheel. I dont think the weight difference will be enormous on power.

I think that i will go with the rotiform but in 20"!
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Those are both very heavy wheels. But I like the Rotiform better
I know they are heavy, but i more looking for a look that a performance wheel. I dont think the weight difference will be enormous on power.

I think that i will go with the rotiform but in 20"!
You do you, they're very nice looking wheels and it's your car
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You do you, they're very nice looking wheels and it's your car
I wanted to know if the setup will fit though..

Going 20x8.5 + 35 wrap in 245-35-20 front
20x10 + 40 wrap in 275-30-20 rear
lowered on H&R Supersport spring for f33 so 1.1" front and 0.75" rear.

I dont want any camber setup, just a flush clean look! is it some good spec?
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You do you, they're very nice looking wheels and it's your car
I wanted to know if the setup will fit though..

Going 20x8.5 + 35 wrap in 245-35-20 front
20x10 + 40 wrap in 275-30-20 rear
lowered on H&R Supersport spring for f33 so 1.1" front and 0.75" rear.

I dont want any camber setup, just a flush clean look! is it some good spec?
You should be able to make that fit in stock height but super sports may be too aggressive. Your best bet is to consult a performance shop. Supersports aren't very common especially on the F33 and may require test fitting to see what has to be done
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Those two wheels are not really my taste, but I like the Rotiform better, especially when you have the M Sport pack
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Hi guys,

I can put the hand on an almost new set of Rotiform BLQ DDT 19x9.5 and 19x10 wrapped in 235-35-19 front and 265-30-19 rear. The set is 3 months old and in perfect condition. Is it the good tire size for a f33?

http://www.rotiform.com/blq-cast-1-piece-w-21871.htm

It would to be fit on a black f33. i can get the kit here in Quebec for 1400$. Should i do it or go with option 2?

Option #2, Niche invert m163 20x9 front 20x10.5 rear wrapped in 245-35-20 and 275-30-20 rear. Kit would be approximately 2400$ brand new.

http://www.nicheroadwheels.com/invert-m163-w-23900.htm

Car has the M package with Sport suspension and will be dropped on Vogtland spring wich is almost like the H&R Supersport : 1.2" front 0.8" rear.


Thanks for your opinion!!
Nice choices
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