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Old 04-17-2015, 06:48 PM   #281
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I know this a wheel thread but....need to know what front lip is that on the white FRS? I WANTS!

Looks like a varis lip.

http://www.evasivemotorsports.com/mm...IS-FRONTBUMPER


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Old 04-19-2015, 01:38 AM   #282
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Stivo front lip. Wheeldude use to sale them but i'm not sure anymore.
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does anyone here runs AP Racing Sprint kit with their ROTA´s ????

I want to buy some Titans 17x9 or 18x9.5 but i was wondering if it will fit with the kit?

Also, only suspension mods are Eibach Pro Kit + Whiteline camber bolts front. Might get coils in the future (roads in Argentina suck, so cant lower the car more than 1 inch)

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Old 05-03-2015, 12:44 PM   #286
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Can you give me a quote for a set of 18x9.5 +40 Rota Torques in Hyperblack, shipped to Toronto, Canada for BRZ? I tried to PM you but your mailbox is full.


Does anyone know what the costs at the border will be? (Customs, duties.. etc)
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Could someone tell me the difference between:

17X9 ROTA TITAN - SPORTS BRONZE (5X100/E42/73)

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17X9 ROTA TITAN - SPORTS BRONZE (5X114.3/E35/73)

Not understanding what the numbers at the end mean (wheel noob)
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Could someone tell me the difference between:

17X9 ROTA TITAN - SPORTS BRONZE (5X100/E42/73)

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17X9 ROTA TITAN - SPORTS BRONZE (5X114.3/E35/73)

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You need 5x100, that's the bolt pattern.


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Old 06-09-2015, 05:57 PM   #289
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Could someone tell me the difference between:

17X9 ROTA TITAN - SPORTS BRONZE (5X100/E42/73)

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17X9 ROTA TITAN - SPORTS BRONZE (5X114.3/E35/73)

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5x100 is what we need.
5x114.3 puts the lug holes too far out and they don't fit (larger diameter pattern).

e35 or e42 is the offset in mm. This is how far off center the wheel's mounting face is (where it meets the hub). 0 offset means the wheel's mounting surface is dead center. e42 means it's 42mm offset toward the wheel's face. These are both positive offset (left image below), so the knuckle fits inside the wheel. This purpose of this is to alter where the hoop (outer part of the rim) is located when mounted on the vehicle. Low offset pushes the wheel outward and results in a deeper looking dish. High offset pulls the wheel into the wheel well and makes a flatter looking dish.

73 is the hub bore. This is the big hole in the center. You don't NEED hubcentric rings for this car because the wheel will center onto the lugs since they're all conical. But hubcentric rings are typically recommended as they help to initially center the wheel onto the hub flange. Our hub is 56mm I believe, so you'd want hubcentric rings with OD 73mm, and ID 56mm.

for a 17x9 wheel, I THINK 35mm offset will fit and not rub the OEM springs. 42mm may be too much, and the tire might rub the spring.

Do some searches for wheel fitment and you'll get a better idea of what does and doesn't work. Some wheels require coilovers because the shock body and spring is narrower, which allows more clearance for wide wheels/offsets.
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18x9 +35 235 width tires


So you get no fender liner rubbing with these wheels right? They look BA dude, what type of supercharger are you running?


Looking at running a similar setup; got the same color car with CF hood/NRG steering wheel/lots of suspension upgrades and an entire aftermarket exhaust.
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I'm trying to pick up Rota RT5s 18x8.5 +44 and wheeldude is currently out of stock. Does anyone have any recommendations on where else I can buy these wheels?
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Does anyone know if Rota Grid's in 18x9 or 17x9 will rub at all or have and issues on stock suspension? also looking to get Ebachi Pro kit down the road so I was wondering the same thing with that as well.

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Does anyone know if Rota Grid's in 18x9 or 17x9 will rub at all or have and issues on stock suspension? also looking to get Ebachi Pro kit down the road so I was wondering the same thing with that as well.

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you should be ok with the 17x9 offset 42, same with the 18x9 e42. what tire size are you planning on running?

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Old 07-13-2015, 08:21 PM   #294
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Anyone have a set of Rota RB's on their car? I would really like to see what they look like on an FR-S.
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