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Old 01-21-2016, 10:12 AM   #3459
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Old 01-21-2016, 02:45 PM   #3460
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Hey guys, I am looking to run 18x10 in the front and 18x10.5 in the rear on my 2015 BRZ. I will be running BC ultra-low coilovers. I just have a few questions (specs and tire sizes I am considering are listed after the questions):

1. How difficult is it to fit a 10 inch wide wheel in the front? I daily my car, so I would like to able to turn my wheel to full lock. I am also not too interested in notching my coilovers. I know I can get about -3 degrees of camber in the front from my coilovers, but would adding camber bolts be enough to help me fit the 10 inch wide wheel without issues? Would I be better off sticking with a 9.5 inch wide wheel up front based off my concerns?

2. I like the fitment on the FRS below (itís 18x10.5 all around, offset unknown by me). But Iím unsure of what offsets to run to achieve something around this look in 10 inch and 10.5 inch wide wheel. Any ideas?
Currently I was thinking of running somewhere around these specs, can you let me know if the look will be similar to the FRS in the picture below?

F: 18x10 +15 (thinking 225/40 tire)
R: 18x10.5 +20 (thinking 225/40 tire) (not sure if my offset is too high to achieve the look with this oneÖ)

If the 10 inch wide wheel in the front isnít doable, I was thinking of the specs below:

F: 18x9.5 +15 (thinking 205/40 tire)
R 18x10 +10 (thinking 225/40 tire)

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Hey guys, I am looking to run 18x10 in the front and 18x10.5 in the rear on my 2015 BRZ. I will be running BC ultra-low coilovers. I just have a few questions (specs and tire sizes I am considering are listed after the questions):

1. How difficult is it to fit a 10 inch wide wheel in the front? I daily my car, so I would like to able to turn my wheel to full lock. I am also not too interested in notching my coilovers. I know I can get about -3 degrees of camber in the front from my coilovers, but would adding camber bolts be enough to help me fit the 10 inch wide wheel without issues? Would I be better off sticking with a 9.5 inch wide wheel up front based off my concerns?

2. I like the fitment on the FRS below (itís 18x10.5 all around, offset unknown by me). But Iím unsure of what offsets to run to achieve something around this look in 10 inch and 10.5 inch wide wheel. Any ideas?
Currently I was thinking of running somewhere around these specs, can you let me know if the look will be similar to the FRS in the picture below?

F: 18x10 +15 (thinking 225/40 tire)
R: 18x10.5 +20 (thinking 225/40 tire) (not sure if my offset is too high to achieve the look with this oneÖ)

If the 10 inch wide wheel in the front isnít doable, I was thinking of the specs below:

F: 18x9.5 +15 (thinking 205/40 tire)
R 18x10 +10 (thinking 225/40 tire)
If you plan on going low, you're going to need much more than 3 degrees of camber up front with those offsets. You'll probably need to notch the coils. I know I did. I also suggest dropping down to a 35 series tire, as I had no rubbing issues with 225/35.

I've ran a few different setups around those specs.

17x10 +15 with 215/45/17, had to run -6.2 degrees up front. Rubbed inside on full lock, and over bumps, but it was no problem.




I've also run 18x10 +25 with 225/35. Absolutely 0 rubbing issues up front, and only had to run around -4.5 degrees to fit nicely. I would still be on this setup if my rear tires didn't separate from rubbing on something on the inside, haha.



Currently setting up some 25mm spacers and going to be running 18x9.75 +11 all around, with 225/35, so we'll see how that turns out.
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Old 01-22-2016, 04:36 AM   #3462
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Tried quoting you frznBRZ but it won't let me for some reason...

Im running 18x10 +25 on Extreme Lows with the camber plates maxed out



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If you plan on going low, you're going to need much more than 3 degrees of camber up front with those offsets. You'll probably need to notch the coils. I know I did. I also suggest dropping down to a 35 series tire, as I had no rubbing issues with 225/35.

I've ran a few different setups around those specs.

17x10 +15 with 215/45/17, had to run -6.2 degrees up front. Rubbed inside on full lock, and over bumps, but it was no problem.

I've also run 18x10 +25 with 225/35. Absolutely 0 rubbing issues up front, and only had to run around -4.5 degrees to fit nicely. I would still be on this setup if my rear tires didn't separate from rubbing on something on the inside, haha.

Currently setting up some 25mm spacers and going to be running 18x9.75 +11 all around, with 225/35, so we'll see how that turns out.
Hey @636 thanks for the response. Maybe I will run a 215/40 on the 10 up front. Do you have a picture of where exactly you notched your coilovers to fit the 10 upfront?
You don't think running the -3 degrees from the camber plates plus camber bolts will do the trick up front?
I'm going to order custom 3 piece wheels, so I don't want order them and be stuck with wheels I can't daily without issues. The reason why I would like to fit a 10 upfront is because I could run a bigger lip.

do you have anymore pictures of your car on that set up when it was white on the 18x10 +25?
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Old 01-22-2016, 06:32 PM   #3466
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Hey @636 thanks for the response. Maybe I will run a 215/40 on the 10 up front. Do you have a picture of where exactly you notched your coilovers to fit the 10 upfront?
You don't think running the -3 degrees from the camber plates plus camber bolts will do the trick up front?
I'm going to order custom 3 piece wheels, so I don't want order them and be stuck with wheels I can't daily without issues. The reason why I would like to fit a 10 upfront is because I could run a bigger lip.

do you have anymore pictures of your car on that set up when it was white on the 18x10 +25?
It's all dependent on how low you wanna go.. If you wanna max out and be as low as possible, then nah, I don't think camber plates + bolts will be enough. All I did was notch the top hole of the strut so I could push the whole assembly in further. Same concept as running a smaller bolt in the top hole.




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Had a quick question I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask. But I'm looking at some nice wheels just to give my car a little bit a better look. They are 17x9 wheels on 215/45/17 Hankook Ventus HRII. They do look a little too stretch to my liking but will I have any problems if I do decide to get these wheels. The guy is selling them at a pretty good price so I kinda want to buy them and used them for a while then get a wider tire like a 225/45 or 245/40. Also I must add that my car is dropped on TRD springs. This car will just be my Daily so I won't be doing Autocross or anything in that matter. Sorry if this isn't the place for it. Just need some help.
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Old 01-24-2016, 12:20 PM   #3468
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Had a quick question I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask. But I'm looking at some nice wheels just to give my car a little bit a better look. They are 17x9 wheels on 215/45/17 Hankook Ventus HRII. They do look a little too stretch to my liking but will I have any problems if I do decide to get these wheels. The guy is selling them at a pretty good price so I kinda want to buy them and used them for a while then get a wider tire like a 225/45 or 245/40. Also I must add that my car is dropped on TRD springs. This car will just be my Daily so I won't be doing Autocross or anything in that matter. Sorry if this isn't the place for it. Just need some help.
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Im running 18x10 +25 on Extreme Lows with the camber plates maxed out
@Fancy, thanks for the response, your car is too fresh! do you have issues with rubbing? Is your set up square?

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It's all dependent on how low you wanna go.. If you wanna max out and be as low as possible, then nah, I don't think camber plates + bolts will be enough. All I did was notch the top hole of the strut so I could push the whole assembly in further. Same concept as running a smaller bolt in the top hole.
@636 thanks for the extra pics, That set up looks nice. i just took a look at my front coils and it doesn't seem like notching them would be too horrible of task. About how much bigger did you make the top hole?

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thanks for the extra pics, That set up looks nice. i just took a look at my front coils and it doesn't seem like notching them would be too horrible of task. About how much bigger did you make the top hole
I wish I knew..I just started drilling until I felt both sides looked right, haha.

Turned out it was perfect, with both at -6.2.
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I wish I knew..I just started drilling until I felt both sides looked right, haha.

Turned out it was perfect, with both at -6.2.
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