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Postby PYLee » Sat Oct 22, 2011 9:23 am

Morning ladies and gents,

I'm making this thread so that all you guys out there with aftermarket wheel and/or aftermarket suspension could post up the details of it (ie size width offset of wheels and what suspension with height settings and alignment settings). This way , it will help provide a great reference to anyone that is out there with questions, trying to figure out how their car will look with a particular size.

Feel free to post up other people (quoting them with their username and which forum)'s setup with the available information.

I'll start by posting my current setup.

Wheels : Volk Racing TE37 Super Lap
Size : 18x9.5 +22 offset
Tyres : Hankook Ventus V12 265/35/18
Suspension : Stock
Alignment : Stock
Comments : 18x9.5 +22 is a great size for an overall look , nothing over the top yet flush. If i were to get another set , it will definitely be a set of 18x10.5 +22 or +18 for more hellaflush setup :)


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Postby billy boy » Sat Oct 22, 2011 10:27 am

Wheels : Volk Racing CE28n
Size : 18x9.5 +28 offset
Tyres : Sivlerstone Evo8 245/40/18
Suspension : Racing logic coliovers -
Alignment : - 2 camber
Comments : i love the look of these rims, maybe a touch too aggressive, but i made my car fit the rims - rears are flared 12-15mm - if i had my time again, may have looked at 18x9 +36 super flush without the need for flaring / repainting. would i really change it though? not on your life *cool* thinking of going 265 35 with the next tyres, so will need to work the fronts

235 and pre-defect (now it's 15mm higher)
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245 and normal ride height (although it's a touch compressed / lower than normal due to the slight turn)
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Postby juanito » Sun Apr 01, 2012 7:14 am

Good thread. Buying new set up soon. Pics would be great too.

@ PYLee & Billy Boy: U guys have +22 and +28 offset with 18x9.5. Do u guys hit the guards?
@ PYLee: Can u post up some pics pls? cheers

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Postby sleeper » Sun Apr 01, 2012 7:33 am

thats aggressive for a RA bill :)
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Postby SAM-24A » Sun Apr 01, 2012 9:32 am

Wheels
Type: Apec F11's / Zumbo Siphon
Size: 18" x 8" x 40mmET (offset)
Tyres: Bridgestone Potenza RE003 ... 225 x 45 x 18"

Suspension
Shocks: Factory KYB Firm Range Shocks (RA/VRX)
Springs: Eibach
Sway Bars: Whiteline ... Front 24mm / Rear 24mm + Lateral Locks.
Strut Brace: Whiteline ... KSB638.
Rear Brace: Alutec ... Upper & Lower Brace Bars.

Suspension Set-Up
Lowered: 30mm
Front: 1* Neg Camber / 1mm Toe-In
Rear: 1* Neg Camber / 3mm Toe-In

Wrap-Up
Nothing Overly Done ---
Tightened & Tweaked just enough to behave adequately for Spirited Road use whilst conserving Tyre wear .... :)




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Postby JustinR » Sun Apr 01, 2012 10:33 am

Wheels : Privat Kontakt
Size : 18x8.5 +35mm ET
Tyres : Toyo Proxes4 235/40/18
Suspension : Stock
Alignment : Stock

Comments: Car looks more aggressive with the fatter tyres from the back & because they sit outside the guards. Car will need to be lower to give it a better stance though. Also, will need to roll the guards, have noticed with passengers in the back, or going over potholes too fast, back will rub/hit.

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Postby LaNcE » Sun Apr 01, 2012 2:14 pm

Wheels : Enkie RPF1
Size : 18x9.5 +15 offset
Tyres : Toyo Proxies 4 245/40/18
Suspension : tein springs soon to be BC's
Alignment : f: -2 R -1.5
Comments : could do with a bit more low and bit more guard roll so i can fit fatter tires.


lee: should post up pics too! =P

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Postby funnyfi » Sun Apr 01, 2012 6:02 pm

pics from side of each setup would be great!

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Postby Tweak » Sun Apr 01, 2012 6:30 pm

Wheels : Orign DNA
Size : 18x9 +30mm ET
Tyres : Falcon 245/40 r18
Suspension : Racing logic coil overs
Alignment : Not sure cant remember. Until i can get Rear guards rollers and flared then it will sit better.

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Postby billy boy » Fri Apr 06, 2012 12:58 pm

juanito wrote:Good thread. Buying new set up soon. Pics would be great too. @ PYLee & Billy Boy: U guys have +22 and +28 offset with 18x9.5. Do u guys hit the guards? @ PYLee: Can u post up some pics pls? cheers

sorry, missed the q - there was a bit of work getting it to fit - the rears were pulled to fit the 235 / 245. fronts didn't require any work up to 245. i've ordered 255 35 and will need to roll the front to fit a bit better (265 was a bridge too far)
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Postby tadz0rz » Fri Apr 06, 2012 6:20 pm

Wheels: Evo X BBS RS GT
Size: 18x8.5 38mm Offset
Tires: Carbon Series CS88 235/40/18
Suspension: Pedders lowering springs
Alignment: Uhhh....

Comments: Fitted to my ES Lancer. Perfect fitment on the front and rear gaurds. Need to roll rear guards to stop rubbing. Need maybe a 5mm spacer for the rear and some negative camber to get the stance im looking for but sits nice and flush for the moment :)
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Postby rayray » Sat Apr 14, 2012 3:01 pm

Wheels : Work CR Kai Bronze
Size : 18x8.5 +30
Tyres : Stock Yokohama Advan A10 215/45/18
Suspension : BC BR Coilovers
Alignment : Approx. -1.5 camber all round
Comments : 18 x 8.5 +30 makes it perfectly flush! nice aggressive fitment on the NA/RA Lancers.

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Postby RyanMK » Tue Apr 17, 2012 11:18 pm

rthieu wrote:Wheels : Work CR Kai Bronze Size : 18x8.5 +30 Tyres : Stock Yokohama Advan A10 215/45/18 Suspension : BC BR Coilovers Alignment : Approx. -1.5 camber all round Comments : 18 x 8.5 +30 makes it perfectly flush! nice aggressive fitment on the NA/RA Lancers.


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Postby big_d » Thu Apr 19, 2012 8:07 am

Yes, pics on everyone's post would be great.

SAM-24A wrote:18 x 8 x 40mmET (offset)
Falken FK452 ... 225 x 45 x 18


That's the same set-up i'm going for.
Did you need to roll the guards at all Sam? How do you find the Falken FK452's?


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