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2018 new autocross wheel setup

Old 02-16-2018, 06:47 PM
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2018 new autocross wheel setup

Just mounted my new wheels and tires for the upcoming autocross season. 17x9 +35 rpf1 that were orginally 5x112. Filled and redrilled by a machine shop so they are now 5x110. Tires are 255 40 17. I use the car for STX, thought some people might be interested in seeing this.
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Old 02-16-2018, 07:29 PM
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Bore match the oem sized hub?
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Bore match the oem sized hub?
Nah, but they're 73.1 so I just use hub rings
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Nice job getting 255's to fit. Looks good
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Old 02-17-2018, 08:32 PM
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nice setup..

I'm just going to use my old wheels i had on my srt-4

some old forged centerlines...I'll see how it fits once i install my KW Coilovers


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Keep a eye on your rear tires rubbing on fenders on some harsh bumps on road my 255's nitto nt05 get into it in those harsh areas
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Awesome man. What camber are you running up front? If -2 degrees or more what did you use to get there?
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Awesome man. What camber are you running up front? If -2 degrees or more what did you use to get there?
I've got -3.2 degrees on both sides. I'm just using eibach camber bolts
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Think those are any different from the Ingells camber bolts on turbotechracing.com?
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Think those are any different from the Ingells camber bolts on turbotechracing.com?
I'm sure it's the same kinda design but I don't know if you'd be able to get the same amount of camber out of those. I think the eibach ones say you can only get -2 but I have over 3 and I'm not even maxed out. I bet I could get -7 if I had coilovers lol.
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You have any vids of you autocrossing this?
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You have any vids of you autocrossing this?
Unfortunately not but a good friend of mine just bought a go pro to record autocross on his c63 so I'll probably borrow that to take some videos this upcoming season.
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Nice, share them on here if you do. There is an autocross and road racing picture and video thread in the autocross and road racing section.
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