Aggressive Wheel Fitment Thread

  1. AREA

    AREA HTxGENZ @HTXGENZ

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    Thanks I will look into ESR wheels
     
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    Also a good choice.
     
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    Look into deals on Gram Lights and Advan. They are out there. I never would have thought I could afford my Volk TE37's in mag blue with the perfect fitment. Thanks to Andy at FKX racing he made it possible. Look into his website: fkxracing.com He is a vendor on here and goes by team3d. He has been a huge help in all my car purchases and needs and will steer you in the right direction.
     
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    hell yeah, this car is dope. Before I saw your info, I was like "this looks like a car I'd see in SoCal" and low and behold. lol. Love the wheels though. Very nice set up

    Any rub with the buddy club coils?
     
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    Yeah I am looking at those too! Just need to find one I like!
     
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    I was rubbing when I first got them installed so I got my fenders shaved.
     
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    I'm planning on buying some coilovers in the spring and whatever else I can I to make them fit better.

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    17x9, +20 will stick out +8mm than 18x9.5 +34. Hopefully 215/50 will not rub

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    Nice, I think having more sidewall to stretch the tire down should help make up for that extra 8mm. Good looking meshy wheel though.
     
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    bought a used 215/50 17 to test fit and they barely fit. took a quick spin and no rubbing may need to go with a 205/50 if i plan to lower it more, tires im thinking about are the ohtsu fp7000 which is the replacement ive heard for the falken 512 so hopefully should stretch alot more than these tires

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    That is pretty aggressive haha.
     
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    How's the fitment? Any adjustments on the camber and rubbing issues?
     
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    Fitment is great! No adjustments. These photos are actually from my LX. Here are some updated ones on my Sport. No rubbing issues at all as well! Sits different on every car. So on my LX it was a little lower. The sport runs a tad bit higher same specs on the wheels tho

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    They looked so good on your car that I actually picked up the exact same size wheels finished in gunmetal (18x9.5+40) for my Civic EX Sedan. I haven't bought the lowering springs yet and plan to run it on stock suspension for a bit, I read that you had no rubbing or scratching issues but how are the wheels holding up? Is the quality good?
     
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