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Old 05-10-2017, 03:00 PM   #3683
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this will not work at all and with flares youll need serious camber

this is 17x10.5-30 and 18x12.5 -10 with -5 camber in the front and -2 in the rear


Your car looks great!
Alright so I just did a bunch of calculating... To pull this off WITHOUT pulling my fender more I will need -15.5 degrees of camber in the rear and -16 up front. But it IS in fact doable. Took me kind of a while to figure out how I would calculate it but I got it. I would need new rear upper control arms as well as front lower control arms (possibly front upper as well). I think -16 is a little much for me though, I really would like less than -12 so I think with how I figured this out I will see what the max width I can run is and also look into pulling my fenders more. If I am able to pull both front and rear fenders 1" that will decrease the camber to -11.75 rear and -12.25 front. That is still VERY aggressive camber though... I guess we shall see!
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Old 05-10-2017, 03:39 PM   #3684
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Your car looks great!
Alright so I just did a bunch of calculating... To pull this off WITHOUT pulling my fender more I will need -15.5 degrees of camber in the rear and -16 up front. But it IS in fact doable. Took me kind of a while to figure out how I would calculate it but I got it. I would need new rear upper control arms as well as front lower control arms (possibly front upper as well). I think -16 is a little much for me though, I really would like less than -12 so I think with how I figured this out I will see what the max width I can run is and also look into pulling my fenders more. If I am able to pull both front and rear fenders 1" that will decrease the camber to -11.75 rear and -12.25 front. That is still VERY aggressive camber though... I guess we shall see!
drummerboy, your describing an impossible situation.. PLEASE do not order wheels in this size.



^^ This is a wheel at -12 camber (it takes extensive modification of nearly EVERY suspension piece to get this extreme)

simply would not fit into the stock wheel well .. you'd rub on the inside/outside.. everywhere

why are you set on a 13" wide wheel? Literally NO-ONE is running this wide. even the wide body guys stick to 12.5"

your nuts...
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Old 05-10-2017, 04:02 PM   #3685
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Your car looks great!
Alright so I just did a bunch of calculating... To pull this off WITHOUT pulling my fender more I will need -15.5 degrees of camber in the rear and -16 up front. But it IS in fact doable. Took me kind of a while to figure out how I would calculate it but I got it. I would need new rear upper control arms as well as front lower control arms (possibly front upper as well). I think -16 is a little much for me though, I really would like less than -12 so I think with how I figured this out I will see what the max width I can run is and also look into pulling my fenders more. If I am able to pull both front and rear fenders 1" that will decrease the camber to -11.75 rear and -12.25 front. That is still VERY aggressive camber though... I guess we shall see!
there is absolutely no point to doing this setup and the car will be completely un derivable with that camber, but you should try it and post pictures.
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Old 05-10-2017, 05:28 PM   #3686
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drummerboy, your describing an impossible situation.. PLEASE do not order wheels in this size.



^^ This is a wheel at -12 camber (it takes extensive modification of nearly EVERY suspension piece to get this extreme)

simply would not fit into the stock wheel well .. you'd rub on the inside/outside.. everywhere

why are you set on a 13" wide wheel? Literally NO-ONE is running this wide. even the wide body guys stick to 12.5"

your nuts...


It is mostly hypothetical, there are other issues with the setup other than rubbing and suspension mods, I just figured for the "Aggressive Wheels" thread it would be a good place to bring it up. GRANTED it would be awesome, but I am more looking for 18x11 -22, and then I was thinking "why not wider??" but with it also comes really expensive tires and the cost of an 18x13 custom wheel set up. The reason I was set on 13 is because, as far as I know, no one has done it without a wide body and I wanted to see if it was possible. But at the moment my budget will not allow for $6000+ set of wheels, $2300+ control arm set up, and $800+ tires. I'm trying to only buy wheels and not a bunch of supporting mods.


P.S. is that a pic of _k1ll1onaire_'s car? (don't mind the spelling, its probably wrong)
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there is absolutely no point to doing this setup and the car will be completely un derivable with that camber, but you should try it and post pictures.




If only my wallet would allow it...
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P.S. is that a pic of _k1ll1onaire_'s car? (don't mind the spelling, its probably wrong)
it is, he has since sold the car though. sadly
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Ok stock tires on 17x9.5 +20
Rear camber is all stock, sitting on pbm coils with front camber nearly stock.

Yes im going to drop it more and take better pics. Just got back from tire shop and snapped this pic.




*****
Ok took a couple days of hand tools in the street but... here she is!



But i have the slightest *clank* from my pbm lower arms. Anybody else have this problem? About to start a thread i think. Its slight but im scared to drive as hard as i usually do.
its gucci I have the same sound in my car and also my friend does too. Nothing to really worry about.
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