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Re: Right... (more) (archive)

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Posted by Jeff J. on August 17, 2001 at 23:26:16:

In Reply to: Right... (more) posted by Jon on August 17, 2001 at 21:03:03:

They are 40mm offset, so 15mm - 20mm spacers are needed. You will have to get these wheels through tire rack (the only place that sells them), and they include 18mm spacers (they add the price to the overall wheel cost). I think 20mm spacers would probably be a bit better... Nice wheels though, it makes a noticeable increase in acceleration, even when switching from the stock wheels.

Jeff J.


245s would be awesome. BTW, I believe the Comps need spacers, right? If so, are they included or do you have to get them separately?

-Jon


Form follows function on my car... I chose these wheels for their weight, not their looks :-)
I guess they dont look that bad... Just need 245/35/17 tires now.

Jeff J.


...that's enough. They're frickin' light!

-Jon


Whoops, that name leavs way too much code! I won't do it on this message board, I will just do it the old fashion way!

-Bryan-
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www.bayareamotorsport.com/~jjbk


His sterlingsilver M3 has ssr comps. They look really nice, here is the link to all the pics, here is one picture from his car.






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