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Old 04-06-2018, 01:20 PM   #393
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Anyone running a staggered setup here:
17x8 +45 front
17x9 +45 rear

What tires size are you running and with this setup, do I need any spacers? Will there be an issue with this setup on TRD springs? Just lowered my FRS with TRD springs and plan to put this setup. This is a daily driver setup. TIA


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Anyone running a staggered setup here:
17x8 +45 front
17x9 +45 rear

What tires size are you running and with this setup, do I need any spacers? Will there be an issue with this setup on TRD springs? Just lowered my FRS with TRD springs and plan to put this setup. This is a daily driver setup. TIA


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225/45 17
245/40 17

Front will clear. Rear might need a spacer, I'm not 100% sure.
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Old 04-08-2018, 06:55 PM   #395
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225/45 17

245/40 17



Front will clear. Rear might need a spacer, I'm not 100% sure.


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Looking to get a set of 17x9 et 35. Ive been debating on whether i should get gold or the white ones. Any suggestions? I have an Ablaze red 86
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I've heard that they don't fit.



The only BBK that I've seen confirmed to fit with the 17x9 +35's is the AP Sprint kit.


How about wilwood? Stoptech?


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Old 08-20-2018, 06:41 AM   #399
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Soon to drop 20mm, and original RPF-1 caps are now in the post.
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Anyone running a staggered setup here:
17x8 +45 front
17x9 +45 rear

What tires size are you running and with this setup, do I need any spacers? Will there be an issue with this setup on TRD springs? Just lowered my FRS with TRD springs and plan to put this setup. This is a daily driver setup. TIA


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Old post, but don't forget that the spokes are quite different on the 8" vs 9" RPF1's.. looks silly to have both IMO.
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Old post, but don't forget that the spokes are quite different on the 8" vs 9" RPF1's.. looks silly to have both IMO.


I agree. Plus, 17x9 +35 with 245/40 will fit with TRD springs and camber bolts. Though you can't max the camber bolts out...
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17x9 +45 w/ 245/40r17 re71r
3mm spacers front and rear
Swift Spec-R wit oem 2017 struts
Spc camber bolts up front on the top to easily adjust max camber without hitting spring seat
Velox Camber plate to finalize camber adjustments

Front camber: -3
Front toe: 0.10 toe out
Rear camber: -2.5
Rear toe: 0.10 toe in

Does not poke out' fits perfect!
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Enekei RPF1 17x8 w/ 235/45R17

I went with 45 profile instead of 40 because I enjoy the extra "cushion" around town. Cheapest tires ever since this was experimental for me...Injens A1, they were like 60bucks each from WallyWorld! I loose a little bit of cornering ability from the extra sidewall but the extra grip from the tire contact patch helps offset that. If I was going to race on a track I definitely would go a lower profile. It does give it a nice meaty stance though...compared to stock. Rims are a +45 Offset (no spacers used in photos/ Stock ride height)
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17x9 +45 w/ 245/40r17 re71r
3mm spacers front and rear
Swift Spec-R wit oem 2017 struts
Spc camber bolts up front on the top to easily adjust max camber without hitting spring seat
Velox Camber plate to finalize camber adjustments

Front camber: -3
Front toe: 0.10 toe out
Rear camber: -2.5
Rear toe: 0.10 toe in

Does not poke out' fits perfect!


17x9 +45 sounds great for the front, Ive seen +35 and its borderline too much poke for me.


I might do 17x9 +45 front
17x9 +35 rear with 245/40/17 all around
It would be a square tire setup but I guess you could call it stagger offset
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17x9 +45 sounds great for the front, Ive seen +35 and its borderline too much poke for me.


I might do 17x9 +45 front
17x9 +35 rear with 245/40/17 all around
It would be a square tire setup but I guess you could call it stagger offset



17x9 +45 will fit great with coils, but so will 17x9 +35. If you have any camber at all, it will tuck the top of the tire nicely with +35. I have 18x9 +30 front and only -1.4 camber.


If you get +45 all around and 10mm spacers for the rear, you could rotate your tires. If you get staggered offset, you can't.
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17x9 +45 will fit great with coils, but so will 17x9 +35. If you have any camber at all, it will tuck the top of the tire nicely with +35. I have 18x9 +30 front and only -1.4 camber.


If you get +45 all around and 10mm spacers for the rear, you could rotate your tires. If you get staggered offset, you can't.


Good info I have coilovers im at -1.5 front , -2 rear


If I stay 17x9 +35 then I would go with Wedsports. Still deciding but some pics still like borderline too much poke which scares me


Point of doing +45 upfront, +35 rear would be so I don't have to add spacer in rear. Not worried about rotating too much I have light 17x8's and stock tires with winter tires So im always rotating wheel setups. Just looking for a 17x9 set I will call my "grip setup"
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