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Old 05-14-2008, 03:09 PM   #1
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Arrow Aggressive Wheel Fitment Thread for RS25

here's our aggressive wheel thread. Mostly making it because I want some help figuring out how to get past a 17x8 wheel.

Basically if you've fit 235 tires on your GC or bigger post up pics i wanna see what everyone has done. I know most you guys run some kinda OEM substitute from another car (hehehe) but lets see some aggressive shit!

I'll post up my 17x8 235s in a bit. But i'd like to see bigger.


POST UP EVERY SPEC YOU CAN THINK OF THAT COULD EFFECT THE FITMENT
Camber
Suspension
Alignment
Spacers
Offsets
Width of wheels
tire sizes

GC's only (except for me, I can post my orange evo that I will get sometime in the future)
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Old 05-14-2008, 03:12 PM   #2
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I'm getting 255's if they'll fit on my 8.5's. I need to fill out that widebody somehow. I'll take pics and shoot them your way when I get them.

They would be going on 17x 8.5 CE28 wheels.
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Old 05-14-2008, 04:40 PM   #3
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I'm getting 255's if they'll fit on my 8.5's. I need to fill out that widebody somehow. I'll take pics and shoot them your way when I get them.

They would be going on 17x 8.5 CE28 wheels.
WEAK!!!!! you can go wider


come on u know that widebody is asking for some 275 or 295s.

heres mine:
sizing: 17x9 +45 Front(with WRX control arms)/+45(but with 8mm spacer, so +38) Rear with 255/40/17 Neovas
camber settings: -3.0F, -1.5R, 0 toe all around
suspension: Stance GR+ Pro with 12k/12 custom setup
rubbing: on FULL soft i get minimal rub when i hit a hard drip while cornering, on medium to full stiff(not recommended on the street at all), im rub-free
fender rolling: fronts are rolled, rears are rolled and pulled





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my old setup with 245/40/17 RE01R

17x8 +45(but with 10mm front spacers and 8mm rear spacers)

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Old 05-14-2008, 04:53 PM   #5
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That is so awesome.
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your old setup is alot like mine. I like the new setup maybe I'll duplicate that and try to get some fender flares....
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I'm getting 255's if they'll fit on my 8.5's. I need to fill out that widebody somehow. I'll take pics and shoot them your way when I get them.

They would be going on 17x 8.5 CE28 wheels.
This is from IWSTI but it might help you out on tire sizes...

http://t3hclap.com/archives/22

I'll be posting here before the end of the summer
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vinceGC8 What suspension are you running? By that I mean what coils and what are they at the absolute stiffest setting? LoL

Future posters should also put suspension and fender work / rubbing. The format on the nasioc thread is sweet.
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vinceGC8 What suspension are you running? By that I mean what coils and what are they at the absolute stiffest setting? LoL

Future posters should also put suspension and fender work / rubbing. The format on the nasioc thread is sweet.
i'll put that info in there
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