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      06-02-2018, 01:28 PM   #969
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Finally after a couple months of everything back ordered and parts sitting in the garage. Here is an update on the 18x9.5 and 18x10.5 +21 all around. There is still some poke out but still need to get the suspension and camber dialed in.
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      06-02-2018, 02:48 PM   #970
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Can I post in here now?? Haha

dropped on H&R supersports yesterday!

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dropped on H&R supersports yesterday!

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What's the offsets? I like the setup
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      06-02-2018, 03:06 PM   #971
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Volk te37sl double pressed black
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LITTY! Should raise the rear a bit to match the front IMO. The reverse rake always looks odd to me. Or lower the front more... Which doesn't look like a good idea. Lol
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LITTY! Should raise the rear a bit to match the front IMO. The reverse rake always looks odd to me. Or lower the front more... Which doesn't look like a good idea. Lol
His rear tire is taller than the front, so that is probably an even drop. Raising the rear might make the wheel gap look the same but the entire car will look like it's leaning forward.
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      06-03-2018, 11:10 AM   #973
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LITTY! Should raise the rear a bit to match the front IMO. The reverse rake always looks odd to me. Or lower the front more... Which doesn't look like a good idea. Lol
His rear tire is taller than the front, so that is probably an even drop. Raising the rear might make the wheel gap look the same but the entire car will look like it's leaning forward.
Front and rear are both 35 profile Tires so I doubt it's an even drop..
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      06-04-2018, 06:40 AM   #974
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Front and rear are both 35 profile Tires so I doubt it's an even drop..
Yeah but the front and rear are different widths so the 35% profile is taller on the rear tire.

235/35/19 is 25.5" tall
265/35/19 is 26.3" tall

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Volk te37sl double pressed black
F: 19x9.5 +21 235/35/19 -2.2 camber (BC racing camber plates)

R: 19x10.5 +35 265/35/19 -3.3 camber (Megan rear camber kit MRS-BM-0311)

Bc coilovers

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Question for you and anyone else that may know, but where are you finding jdm forged wheels at good deals? I found some japanese auctions and other sites to import but generally they are hard to find stateside without ordering new. Anyone have any good websites? Primarily looking for Advan/Volk/SSR wheels.
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      06-04-2018, 08:50 AM   #975
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LITTY! Should raise the rear a bit to match the front IMO. The reverse rake always looks odd to me. Or lower the front more... Which doesn't look like a good idea. Lol
Did raise the rears a bit. lol, also that -camber on rear makes it look more tucked on rears.
should be pretty even now.. ill post new pics later.
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      06-05-2018, 12:14 AM   #976
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Yeah but the front and rear are different widths so the 35% profile is taller on the rear tire.

235/35/19 is 25.5" tall
265/35/19 is 26.3" tall


Oh wow, I didn't know that haha
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Anyone rocking stock 17” wheels with H&R springs? Sport or super sport? I know with wheels that small it may look weird but just curious if anyone’s done it and how does it look.
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      06-05-2018, 02:51 PM   #978
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Did raise the rears a bit. lol, also that -camber on rear makes it look more tucked on rears.
should be pretty even now.. ill post new pics later.
Nice. Looking forward to pics good sir.
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      06-05-2018, 11:23 PM   #979
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Is there anybody Running Front - 20x9.0 +16 offset Rear 20x10.5 +17 offset on f32?? Curious to see that Fitment before I purchased the wheels
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Is there anybody Running Front - 20x9.0 +16 offset Rear 20x10.5 +17 offset on f32?? Curious to see that Fitment before I purchased the wheels
That's not going to work.
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      06-06-2018, 09:42 AM   #981
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20x8.5 front 35+ and 20x10 rear 40+ lowered on Eibach pro-kit (RWD version)
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Is there anybody Running Front - 20x9.0 +16 offset Rear 20x10.5 +17 offset on f32?? Curious to see that Fitment before I purchased the wheels
With stretched tires and -5 degrees of camber in the rear.
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      06-06-2018, 10:03 PM   #984
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Is there anybody Running Front - 20x9.0 +16 offset Rear 20x10.5 +17 offset on f32?? Curious to see that Fitment before I purchased the wheels
Not quite but i'm running 20x8.5 +15 FRONT, 20x10 +22 REAR and i'll say the front could be +10 instead of +15 being i'm still tucked once aired out. The rear is already too close and could be better with 2mm off. I'm on air suspension so its slightly different for me but I am running natural camber.
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      06-07-2018, 10:58 AM   #985
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Im going bags, but I have a question.

Is the natural camber a good amount?

Should you measure for wheel fitment when slammed or at ride height?

Just wondering if measured when slammed then ride height will have a bunch of poke or if measure at ride height then slammed will have too much tuck
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Im going bags, but I have a question.

Is the natural camber a good amount?

Should you measure for wheel fitment when slammed or at ride height?

Just wondering if measured when slammed then ride height will have a bunch of poke or if measure at ride height then slammed will have too much tuck
When I went from springs to coilovers I gained almost 1* of camber in the rear but up front I only gained 0.3*. It's still plenty since I can get less than -2.5* in the rear and 1.3*/1.5* up front.

Measuring for fitment all lies in what you value most. If it's fitment when aired out, then measure when aired out. But look at how most stance cars/show cars drive around with their car looking like a skateboard just so that their fender meets the lip when aired out. I'm not a fan of air ride but if I did have to do it on my car, I'd measure at ride height. It'll allow you to drive lower when cruising and it won't have a crazy amount of poke. And I'd just let it tuck when aired out.
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      06-07-2018, 10:19 PM   #987
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Im going bags, but I have a question.

Is the natural camber a good amount?

Should you measure for wheel fitment when slammed or at ride height?

Just wondering if measured when slammed then ride height will have a bunch of poke or if measure at ride height then slammed will have too much tuck
I would definitely measure aired out. It tends to work itself out once you air up to ride height. My fitment is tight and perfect at ride height. I'm assuming you're going for the poke look..
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Im going bags, but I have a question.

Is the natural camber a good amount?

Should you measure for wheel fitment when slammed or at ride height?

Just wondering if measured when slammed then ride height will have a bunch of poke or if measure at ride height then slammed will have too much tuck
I would definitely measure aired out. It tends to work itself out once you air up to ride height. My fitment is tight and perfect at ride height. This is assuming you're going for the poke look
You have any pics at ride height?
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Welp, I took a risk and ordered some wheels from a Japan auction. We'll see how they look when they get here. I also found a guy that can order brand new 18" and 19" Rays for $2.5k or so when everyone else is selling sets for $3.5k and up. If anyone's interested, PM me and I can send his details.

The wheels I got are 18x8.5 et30 and 18x9.5 et40. I really want to run 245 up front and either 275 or 285 in the rear. Is anyone running close to this setup with success, and what are your alignment specs? I'm going off of F30_SixSpeed that I should be able to at least fit a 275 in the rear, but with my measurements up front I can only fit a 235 without camber plates.
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