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Old 09-30-2014, 09:32 AM   #183
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any idea if a +35 17x9 will hit the tie rod at full lock? I'm looking at getting those on my eibach pro springs. thanks
No it won't.
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Old 09-30-2014, 09:39 AM   #184
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any idea if a +35 17x9 will hit the tie rod at full lock? I'm looking at getting those on my eibach pro springs. thanks
I'm running this exact setup. 17x9 +35 on Pro Kit with Camber bolts.

Fits well doesn't rub on full lock. Very functional setup for daily driving.

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Is it necessary to run camber bolts ? @Wise?
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Is it necessary to run camber bolts ? @Wise?
on +35 it's recommended, otherwise the wheels will poke noticeably.

Wouldn't need them with coilovers as you can just adjust to get camber and the right height.
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on +35 it's recommended, otherwise the wheels will poke noticeably.

Wouldn't need them with coilovers as you can just adjust to get camber and the right height.
Nice car man! I'm planning to run the same setup. Any more pics! ?
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Nice car man! I'm planning to run the same setup. Any more pics! ?
Here's couple more.


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Why can't i find a place to buy 17x9 +45 SBC rpf1's? Is it because the finish is limited edition? I checked all the usual places: ft86 factory - enjuku racing - frsport - touge factory - even ebay is having a hard time coming up with results. Seems most are for 5x114.3.
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Why can't i find a place to buy 17x9 +45 SBC rpf1's? Is it because the finish is limited edition? I checked all the usual places: ft86 factory - enjuku racing - frsport - touge factory - even ebay is having a hard time coming up with results. Seems most are for 5x114.3.
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Anybody figure out what the wheel is rubbing on at full lock yet? I'm wondering if that can be remedied with careful camber adjustment. Also to the people who are rubbing, are you running any spacers at all? I'm interested to know if something like a 3mm spacer up front fixes the problem.
When I initially installed my coilovers with a 1" drop, I had -2.6 degree of camber on the front left wheel and 0.5 on the right front. I tested for rubbing at full lock and initially rubbed on the tie rod on the front right. I'm guessing this is because of the positive camber. I got the car aligned at -2.0 on both front wheels. I no longer rub on anything at any time.
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When I initially installed my coilovers with a 1" drop, I had -2.6 degree of camber on the front left wheel and 0.5 on the right front. I tested for rubbing at full lock and initially rubbed on the tie rod on the front right. I'm guessing this is because of the positive camber. I got the car aligned at -2.0 on both front wheels. I no longer rub on anything at any time.
Yes, that is because you are on coils with smaller spring ID.

People rubbing them on stock is because they don't have much room for useful camber due to spring perch, which then gets them on the tie rods.
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Yes, that is because you are on coils with smaller spring ID.

People rubbing them on stock is because they don't have much room for useful camber due to spring perch, which then gets them on the tie rods.
I did not hit the tie rod on stock suspension. The tire was very close to the spring perch.
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So, is the consensus here that this wheel will fit the stock suspension without rubbing? I want to use these with a 245 tire on the stock suspension. I'll probably get coilovers later, but not until my warranty is up next year.
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It WILL fit with a +45 but there will be a very slight rub when you lock the wheel completely to the right. It a metal on metal rub. I run this setup and have only rubbed maybe 3 or 4 times when pulling out of a parking spot.

I also run a 245 Dunlop Direzza and do track days driving pretty hard and have never had the tires or rims rub during normal driving or on track.
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