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Old 04-21-2015, 12:19 AM
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Originally Posted by si1point6 View Post
1.Brand of Rim - TSW Nurburgring
2.Rim size - 19 x 9.5 squared
3.Offset - 41
4.Brand of tire - Continental ExtremeContact DW
5.Tire size - 265/35/19
6.Drop Type and Amount - Tein SS with EDFC
7.Do they rub - No, but rolled fenders just in case
8. Transmission type - Manual
9. Picture -


Happen to have a close up on the wheels? curious to see how the 265's look.
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I'm considering getting a set of Niche Verona M150, but still don't know whether I want to do 19s or 20s. My first car was a 2008 Honda Accord Coupe and I ran 20s on it and I sacrificed all of the comfort of a new car lol. I just traded in a 2012 Jaguar XJL that I ran 22 inch Rennen Concave wheels on with 9" up front and 10.5 in the rear. Ride quality was still decent because of the electronic suspension. My main concern here is
1. Comfort = I've never dropped a car before and honestly dont want to either. How does it ride? Don't want to roll fenders though.
2. Price = 19" tires cost more and I don't want stretched tires, but in NYC it is a rim owners worst nightmare and having gone through my share of bent rims and such, I'm leaning towards 19s.

Any thoughts on 19 8.5" 40"front 19 10" 40" rear. FYI I have a 12 TL SH-AWD CBP with OEM lip kit.
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Originally Posted by HeartTLs View Post
Those look awfully tiny. Like a monkey with a little hat.
Originally Posted by ep3minivan View Post
No kidding. I wish more people ran a 50 series tire, said no one ever...

Keep this thread on track. It is rather valuable to those who are upgrading wheels.
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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 -
Absolutely love your setup and was considering these rims but 19s and not as wide and thinking of doing a staggered setup on my CBP 12 TL. If you don't mind me asking, what did you pay for rims and tires and where did you buy? I'm new here.
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Originally Posted by HeartTLs View Post
Those look awfully tiny. Like a monkey with a little hat.
Originally Posted by ep3minivan View Post
No kidding. I wish more people ran a 50 series tire, said no one ever...

Keep this thread on track. It is rather valuable to those who are upgrading wheels.
Originally Posted by TeamAcura View Post
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 -
Absolutely love your setup and was considering these rims but 19s and not as wide and thinking of doing a staggered setup on my CBP 12 TL. If you don't mind me asking, what did you pay for rims and tires and where did you buy? I'm new here.
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Originally Posted by sympley View Post
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.

Im looking at these exact wheels in gloss black. Unfortunately, they dont make these wheels in 20x10 for the gloss black. Was wondering how much concaveness your front wheels have being 20x9 compared to 20x10? many thanks! (love your TL btw)
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1. Brand Of Rims: VMR V710
2. Size Of Rims: 20 X 9
3. Offset: +35
4. Brand Of Tire: Toyo Proxy
5. Tire Size: 255/35/20
6. Drop Type and Amount:
Stock Suspension
7. Do they rub:
They have not yet
8. Transmission type: Auto
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Old 05-11-2015, 06:01 PM
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My Previous Rims:

1.Brand Of Rims: MRR HR2
2.Rim Size: 19 X 8.5
3.Offset: +45
4.Brand Of Tire: Capitol Sport
5.Tire Size: 245/40/19
6.Drop Type and Amount:
Stock Suspension
7.Do they rub: Nope
8.Transmission Type: Auto
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For anyone who is in the market for aftermarket rims and can not decide between 19" or 20", because you feel that 20" rims will affect the ride quality (which was my main concern), I will suggest that you go with the 20's. "My Opinion" is that the ride feels about the same. I was told, and I am now a believer, that the type of tire will determine the ride quality, not just the amount of sidewall. Again, that is just "my opinion".
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1. Brand Of Rims: BMW Style 95 (off of 745i)
2. Size Of Rims: 19x9 (F) 19x10 (R)
3. Offset: +24 all around
4. Brand Of Tire: Achilles ATR Sport 2
5. Tire Size: 245/40R19 all around
6. Drop Type and Amount:
BC Racing BR type, tires tucking slightly. Front camber at -2.4*, rear at -3.0*
7. Do they rub:
They did... Front and rear fenders rolled, Front and rear bumper mounting tabs relocated. No more rubbing.
8. Transmission type: Auto
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(A reference for those wanting a drop with the OEM wheels. Will update once I get my new wheels)

1.Brand of Rim - 17 inch Stockies (New Wheels in a month or so)
2.Rim size (diameter and width) - 17x8
3.Offset - 55
4.Brand of tire - Hancook
5.Tire size - 245/50/17
6.Drop Type and Amount - Tein Street Advance (Just over 2 inches)
7.Do they rub - No. (Tires are tucking though)
8. Transmission type - Auto (09 FWD Tech)
9. Picture -


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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!









What's up bro..How's the ride quality on the BC coilovers ? I'm looking to purchase a set
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I love the ride quality. Perfect mix between street and track.
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no love for silver 4g's?
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First time posting to the forum... Lot of nice rides! Had a quick question about fitment since I see so many different options on this thread. Here is what I want to do with my TL SH-AWD.


Wheels - 20x10 +35offset
Tires - 275/35/20
Vehicle is not lowered, and fenders are not rolled. does anyone have this setup, and does it fit without any modifications to keep the wheels from rubbing?
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You won't rub unless you're lowered. I'd say go with the 255/35/20 though. 275 is more for the 20x10.5.
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You won't rub unless you're lowered. I'd say go with the 255/35/20 though. 275 is more for the 20x10.5.
Thank you for the info.... I won't be lowering my TL, and chose 275/35 to have more rubber and protect the wheel. I'm in western pa, so with all the hills and terrible roads, I was trying to find the right set up to accomplish this.
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Another quick question that I have for anyone who can help. I found a set of wheels that I like and wondered if they would fit. When I use the calculators online it seems like they would be fine. Just not sure about the poke. It says they would be an additional 8mm vs the 20x10 setup.

I want to run the following...
19x10.5 +27 offset
275/35/19
Fenders not rolled and stock height for now.

Any issues with rubbing since they will sit out further?
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At those specs and stock height it's going to look "mexi flush". It will definitely poke and the tire size is thin. Most people run 40 series on the 19's. You shouldn't rub at stock height no matter how wide the wheels. It'll come down to how tall your tires are and drop which you won't be doing.
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Haha, not looking for that mexi flush look, so I'm back to the research... Just trying to find the right setup for the deep concave and ride comfort. Potholes here eat cars alive, so need to sit on a good chunk of tire also.
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Ok, I think this is the setup that will work. What do you think about tire options? If I go with 245/35/20 the poke will be about a half inch less than the other setup.


20x10 +25 offset
245/35/20 - gives me 13mm less poke
255/35/20 - gives me 8mm less poke
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Ace Alloy Aspires

1.Brand of Rim - Ace Alloy Aspire
2.Rim size (diameter and width) - 19x8.5
3.Offset - +40
4.Brand of tire - Yokohama Avid Envigors
5.Tire size - 245/40/19
6.Drop Type and Amount - N/A
7.Do they rub - Nope Stock Height
8. Transmission type - Automatic









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Update!

Wheels took a little longer than expected to get here. Had em put on this weekend.

1.Brand of Rim - Niche Targa
2.Rim size (diameter and width) - Fronts 19x8.5 / Rears 19x9.5
3.Offset - Fronts +15 / Rears +20
4.Brand of tire - Nankang NS20
5.Tire size - Fronts 235/35/19 Rears 245/35/19
6.Drop Type and Amount - Tein Street Advances - About 2 inches
7.Do they rub - On semi big dips
8. Transmission type -Auto (FWD Tech)
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did you need a camber kit or did the drop work out perfect
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Originally Posted by speedsnice View Post
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



love this setup. 245/35 on 20x9 rim stretched at all? Any more of the tires?
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This thread helped me more than ever. Wasn't sure what set-up to run on the car but I've decided to get the TSW NURBURGRING Matte rims 20x8.5 w/43mm offset with 255/35/20 I'll post pics once I get them
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my 19x10 has finally arrived in weds usa but will be another couple weeks before they get to Canada. can't wait to test fit them and then roll with them after this winter!
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so im thinking about getting 20x10 squared, with 255/35/20. im lowered on tein sa about 2in or so, you guys think ill be rubbing? or should i go with a 245/35/20, i didnt want to much of a stretch but dont want rubbing
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so im thinking about getting 20x10 squared, with 255/35/20. im lowered on tein sa about 2in or so, you guys think ill be rubbing? or should i go with a 245/35/20, i didnt want to much of a stretch but dont want rubbing
Depends on your offset. If it's not too low, you should be fine. Front may rub on full lock but the 4G has a lot of room under there. 245/35 is a sure bet though.
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Depends on your offset. If it's not too low, you should be fine. Front may rub on full lock but the 4G has a lot of room under there. 245/35 is a sure bet though.
Offset would be +45 I believe.
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Ok, I think this is the setup that will work. What do you think about tire options? If I go with 245/35/20 the poke will be about a half inch less than the other setup.


20x10 +25 offset
245/35/20 - gives me 13mm less poke
255/35/20 - gives me 8mm less poke
Not sure where you are getting these numbers from... Wheel width and offset determine how far out the wheel sticks, not the tire. I have run a 19x10 +24 in the rear and 19x9 +24 in the front, at stock ride height they stuck out like 2 or 3 inches from the fender. I was running - 3.2 degrees of camber in the rear and - 2.4ish in the front to get them inside the fenders. See above post for the car at those alignment settings
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Varrstoen wheels L151
20" 10.5 all 4
+35et front
+25et rear
Truhart coilovers
Roll and pull fenders
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^^^ looks great. Carefully with those lips.
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the car is in winter mode but decided test fit a front wheel. received these from weds a few days ago, they're 19x10 all around and detailed specs to be provides once properly mounted.
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Nice, the top should come in nicely once you officially mount them on.
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Vossen VVS082

1.Brand of Rim - Vossen VVS082
2.Rim size (diameter and width) - 20x10.5 Squared
3.Offset - +42
4.Brand of tire - Pirelli P Zero
5.Tire size - 245/35/20
6.Drop Type and Amount - Tein SA
7.Do they rub - No. Rear fenders rolled only
8. Transmission type - FWD

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Nice cars! I'm thinking of going with 20x9.5 and maybe a 1" drop. Wondering if it will rub. Also would I be able to accomplish the drop with springs alone or will I need more? Would coil overs be a better option? I'm new to this. Thanks
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Originally Posted by Pearson4G View Post
(A reference for those wanting a drop with the OEM wheels. Will update once I get my new wheels)

1.Brand of Rim - 17 inch Stockies (New Wheels in a month or so)
2.Rim size (diameter and width) - 17x8
3.Offset - 55
4.Brand of tire - Hancook
5.Tire size - 245/50/17
6.Drop Type and Amount - Tein Street Advance (Just over 2 inches)
7.Do they rub - No. (Tires are tucking though)
8. Transmission type - Auto (09 FWD Tech)
9. Picture -


Before and After shot
I have the same factory wheels. I honestly like the look of them... Just wish they were 2" bigger. After seeing them with a drop, I like them even more. I might just get the drop and hold off on the 20s for another year.
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Originally Posted by sigbrown1297 View Post
1.Brand of Rim - Vossen VVS082
2.Rim size (diameter and width) - 20x10.5 Squared
3.Offset - +42
4.Brand of tire - Pirelli P Zero
5.Tire size - 245/35/20
6.Drop Type and Amount - Tein SA
7.Do they rub - No. Rear fenders rolled only
8. Transmission type - FWD



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2009 TL 20x10.5

Mmr wheels 20x10.5 squared
35 et
235/35/20
BC BR coilivers with extreme low kit
Fenders rolled
Scrubs a little if you hit a bump while turning
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