Wheels what fits and how they look

C6MWX

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Dan34 said:
Enkei NT03+m, 7.5J ET40.



DC5 x NT03+m's. by Dan__34, on Flickr




NT03+m. by Dan__34, on Flickr

Rays 57F, 7.5J ET48.




DC5. by Dan__34, on Flickr




DC5. by Dan__34, on Flickr


Both of them have 215/45 R17 (all XL apart from the rears of the Rays) tyres fitted and lowered on MiesterR coilovers. Can't comment on how many mm's I've dropped it by because I'm not sure! lol.
Arches rolled? I've just bought same spec wheels just deciding on size tyres

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WyredHardware

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mike.williams said:
assuming you still run the 8.5 +40 on the front which is the same as mine here with a 245/40

on the rear its a 7.5 et35 with a 215/45.



to make the 7.5 sit the same as the 8.5 +40 you would need to make the offset +28. if your going to fit 22mm spacers you will need more camber

in all honesty 7.5 +42 will be fine but all comes down to personal prefereance. i like aggressive wheel fitment hence im going to be running 9j +40 this year wish me luck
Did you end up getting the 9j‘s on? I was thinking of running 8.5j to have a flush look but I don‘t want to run any spacers. Would you recommend a +40?
 

SamDC5

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WyredHardware said:
Did you end up getting the 9j‘s on? I was thinking of running 8.5j to have a flush look but I don‘t want to run any spacers. Would you recommend a +40?
With that sort of fitment you'll be needing to run quite a lot of camber on the front. 9J ET40 sits pretty perfectly flush with 3 degrees of camber.

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WyredHardware

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SamDC5 said:
With that sort of fitment you'll be needing to run quite a lot of camber on the front. 9J ET40 sits pretty perfectly flush with 3 degrees of camber.
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So if I‘m running the 8.5j +40 I‘ll be inset 1/4” or 6.3mm ish. Camber would be less than 3deg correct?
 
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