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Old 06-16-2014, 02:39 PM
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What exhaust are you using si1point6? Car looks great.
Thanks Wreck! I have the factory mufflers, but I had 4" staggered tips welded on. I got them from ebay along with some of the other fellow forum members. I decided not to get an aftermarket exhaust because I think the RV6 J-pipe and Takeda intake puts out the perfect amount of growl for a daily driver.
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1.Brand of Rim – BMW M6 Wheels
2.Rim size (diameter and width) – Front 20x8.5/Rear 20x9.5
3.Offset – Front- 37, Rear 45
4.Brand of tire - Delinte
5.Tire size – Front 245/35/20 , Rear 255/35/20
6.Drop Type and Amount – Stock Suspension
7.Do they rub – not at all
8. Transmission type – 6spd auto
9. Picture -

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1.Brand of Rim – Work VSXX
2.Rim size (diameter and width) – Front 20x9/Rear 20x10.5
3.Offset – Front +16, Rear +25
4.Brand of tire - Nitto Invo
5.Tire size – Front 235/30/20 , Rear 255/30/20
6.Drop Type and Amount – BC Racing Type BR 12k/8k w/extreme drop kit (no where near maxed out!)
7. Camber kit/fender work? Ingalls rear camber/toe kit. No fender rolling.
8.Do they rub? Nope
9. Transmission type – 6spd auto
10. Pictures: enjoy!

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Originally Posted by Chace View Post
1.Brand of Rim – BMW M6 Wheels
2.Rim size (diameter and width) – Front 20x8.5/Rear 20x9.5
3.Offset – Front- 37, Rear 45
4.Brand of tire - Delinte
5.Tire size – Front 245/35/20 , Rear 255/35/20
6.Drop Type and Amount – Stock Suspension
7.Do they rub – not at all
8. Transmission type – 6spd auto
9. Picture -


Been wanting to try BMW Wheels. Know I know they will fit without issue! Looks awesome!!
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Originally Posted by carbonTSEX View Post
1.Brand of Rim Work VSXX
2.Rim size (diameter and width) Front 20x9/Rear 20x10.5
3.Offset Front +16, Rear +25
4.Brand of tire - Nitto Invo
5.Tire size Front 235/30/20 , Rear 255/30/20
6.Drop Type and Amount BC Racing Type BR 12k/8k w/extreme drop kit (no where near maxed out!)
7. Camber kit/fender work? Ingalls rear camber/toe kit. No fender rolling.
8.Do they rub? Nope
9. Transmission type 6spd auto
10. Pictures: enjoy!









Nice. Hey, is that front tire flat?
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Nope. It's a 30 series and parked on a sloped sidewalk so it gives the illusion of it being low. All tires are full. They've been pumped up twice and checked 2 days ago because one was more inflated then the rest. Surprisingly the one that was more inflated was that driver side front pictured. They all match now. I'm always watching the tire pressure.

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Beautiful wheels Carbon. A low pro tire and wheel like that woudn't last a day out here in the tri-state area. We have the worst roads in America.
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Nope. It's a 30 series and parked on a sloped sidewalk so it gives the illusion of it being low. All tires are full. They've been pumped up twice and checked 2 days ago because one was more inflated then the rest. Surprisingly the one that was more inflated was that driver side front pictured. They all match now. I'm always watching the tire pressure.
That's why ultra-low profile tires have to have TPMS, because it is impossible to tell just by looking, if they are overinflated, just right, underinflated, or even flat.
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Teaser!!!!... Barrels and outers almost done.
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^ those look sick, what can you tell us about them?
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Look like the HRE's I almost got.
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^ those look sick, what can you tell us about them?
AG F510 3 piece .... Chromed step lips and hardware brushed centers .... 20x10 on all 4 cornes(SHAWD)... ET 27.
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Old 06-27-2014, 12:19 PM
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Sweet!!!
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AG F510 3 piece .... Chromed step lips and hardware brushed centers .... 20x10 on all 4 cornes(SHAWD)... ET 27.
Can't wait to see this setup on your car!
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I'll contribute to this thread.

1.Brand of Rim - Niche Verona M150
2.Rim size (diameter and width) - 20x10.5
3.Offset - +35
4.Brand of tire - Toyo Proxes 4 Plus
5.Tire size - 245/35/20
6.Drop Type and Amount - Tein SS
7.Do they rub - Occasional on big dips going fast; fenders rolled
8. Transmission type - 6MT
9. Picture -
thank god for this thread. I have been looking at the Niche wheels and I am thinking of these:


thinking of just going with 10" wide though....not sure that 8.5 would look right
thoughts?
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Old 07-13-2014, 12:06 AM
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thank god for this thread. I have been looking at the Niche wheels and I am thinking of these:


thinking of just going with 10" wide though....not sure that 8.5 would look right
thoughts?
10"/10.5" has a lot more concaveness. The 8.5" look way too flat when I saw it at the wheel shop. Are you planning to lower the car?
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yes some sort of coilovers...hafta remember I live in Canada...lots of snow here in London Ontario and salt....so I have to get the right kind or else they will cease!
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thank god for this thread. I have been looking at the Niche wheels and I am thinking of these:


thinking of just going with 10" wide though....not sure that 8.5 would look right
thoughts?
These are the wheels I have been thinking about getting as well. Torn between silver or the gunmetal. I'm still looking at the 19" diamond cuts as well.
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AG Forged 510's 20x10 ET27...
Tires Proxy 4's 255 35 10
Lowerd on Tien SS with Edfc
Rubs on driveway entrance when the rear is flexed... Some fender work done ... But I'm getting more done to them because I want a flush look no gap. The front is OK but the rear rubs if I drop it any lower. Also running Hella camber -3.0... And not feeling it. Do you guys think I can go lower and bring camber to within spec without having major body work done? Don't want to go thorough the whole flare and paint business $$$$.
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Looks good jenkinsinc. Probably could of got away with less rub on a 245/35 but I can understand having more contact with the road. Also having a 30 series despite the ride quality helps with clearance. In your case it's either pull the fenders a tad and get as close to spec as you can or run with more negative camber. It's the offset that's the issue. I'm running 20x10.5 +25 on 255/30 and I'll be able to tuck once I get my ingalls ball joints installed.
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Nice ride and set! I am looking to get this same setup for my 14 TL SH-AWD. Why do you think it still rub on big dips? is it because of how much it's lowered? whats your lowered measurement for the TAs (I just purchased those as well)?
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XXR 530 19" 20 35 OFFSET
Dont buy these rims ever. They came oval from the factory.
now have to get them repaired as the car vibrates after 100km/hr
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Nice work all. Even if I disagree with the staggered stance, I must admit these rides are fucking hot!
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.Brand of Rim Vertini
2.Rim size - 20
3.Offset 35
4.Brand of tire - Goodyear eagle Sport
5.Tire size 245/35/20
6.Drop Type and Amount Stock Suspension
7.Do they rub no
8. Transmission type 5spd auto


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1.Brand of Rim - Lexani R-Three
2.Rim size (diameter and width) - 19 x 8.5
3.Offset - +40
4.Brand of tire - Michelin Pilot Super Sport
5.Tire size - 245/40/19
6.Drop Type and Amount - None (Considering H&Rs)
7.Do they rub - No
8. Transmission type - Auto
9. Picture -
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ordered my Niche Targa's today. 20*10 with 40 offset. hopefully shouldn't rub need suspension and roll fenders next.
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ordered my Niche Targa's today. 20*10 with 40 offset. hopefully shouldn't rub need suspension and roll fenders next.
Post pics, and what finish did you go with? I'm still thinking of these in silver.
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I did the same as I posted above same mat black and dark face. I was looking at silver too...but liked the look of the dark look. sorry im at work so I cant post again.
look above!
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I'll contribute to this thread.

1.Brand of Rim - Niche Verona M150
2.Rim size (diameter and width) - 20x10.5
3.Offset - +35
4.Brand of tire - Toyo Proxes 4 Plus
5.Tire size - 245/35/20
6.Drop Type and Amount - Tein SS
7.Do they rub - Occasional on big dips going fast; fenders rolled
8. Transmission type - 6MT
9. Picture -
That is very slick!
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1.Brand of Rim - Rufino
2.Rim size (diameter and width) - Front 20x9, Rear 20x 10.5
3.Offset - 55
5.Tire size -245/35/20
6.Drop Type and Amount - tein SS with controller
7.Do they rub - No
8. Transmission type - manual

I also rolled the fenders.

What exhaust are you running?
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^^ looks a lot like an ATLP kit.
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1. TSW Amaroo
2. 20x9
3. et35
4. Falken Azenis PT722
5. 245/35/20
6. H&R Sport springs on stock struts/shocks
7. No rubbing
8. 6 speed Automatic

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for some reason my 20's look soo tiny on my car compared to everyone that as 20's.. maybe its the design of my wheel..

the pic above this, the wheels look wayyy bigger on his car.
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for some reason my 20's look soo tiny on my car compared to everyone that as 20's.. maybe its the design of my wheel..

the pic above this, the wheels look wayyy bigger on his car.
I hear what you are saying. IMO, I think it is the design and with less spokes, the wheels tend to look smaller.
I love your wheels BTW.
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nice wheels speed!!
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Damn speed those are some nice wheels!

Potz - I think those look bigger than yours b/c his spokes aren't recessed...they are basically flush with the lips. It's similar to how wheels without a lip generally look bigger than those with one.
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1. TSW Amaroo
2. 20x9
3. et35
4. Falken Azenis PT722
5. 245/35/20
6. H&R Sport springs on stock struts/shocks
7. No rubbing
8. 6 speed Automatic



Wow... that looks great. How much did you drop?
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@Speedsnice Are those H&R OE Sport or regular Sport? Also Ive seen talk about after getting the springs the front will sit higher then the back. This is my biggest reason for not getting them yet. Looks like yours are spaced perfectly. How did you achieve that? Also does your car bottom out?

Awesome looking setup
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Looks like yours are spaced perfectly. How did you achieve that? Also does your car bottom out?

Awesome looking setup
I agree... for me it's about symmetry as well and didn't really consider dropping my TL. But Speed's set up looks great.
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@Speedsnice Are those H&R OE Sport or regular Sport? Also Ive seen talk about after getting the springs the front will sit higher then the back. This is my biggest reason for not getting them yet. Looks like yours are spaced perfectly. How did you achieve that? Also does your car bottom out?

Awesome looking setup
Thank you

I have the H&R sport springs part number 50107. My car is a 2014 SH-AWD, it's the only model spring they make for the AWD, lowers the car about 1.5 inches. The car has a slight rake, the springs have been on the car for a few months and no sag in the rear and does not bottom out. It's sits pretty much even, in some angles the rear looks slightly higher giving the raked appearance. The car runs nice and smooth in the springs even over crappy NYC roads. I had the regular H&R sport springs on a GTI and M3 in the past and those were great too. I have BC racing Coilovers on my 2005 STi with pillow ball mounts with Camber plates and the TL feels like a Cadillac compared to it lol.

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