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Old 11-30-2012, 05:57 PM   #15
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Old 11-30-2012, 06:34 PM   #16
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BTW Essex Sprint needs at least a 10MM spacer to clear the OEM wheel.

Will sticky this for now, if it doesn't get updated more often there's not much reason to leave it as a sticky though.
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Old 11-30-2012, 06:40 PM   #17
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BTW Essex Sprint needs at least a 10MM spacer to clear the OEM wheel.

Will sticky this for now, if it doesn't get updated more often there's not much reason to leave it as a sticky though.
Are you sure? I was almost certain 7-8mm would be good enough.
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Old 11-30-2012, 07:05 PM   #18
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Are you sure? I was almost certain 7-8mm would be good enough.
You need some space for the expansion of the calipers and other components as they get hot. With a 10mm spacer it appears to have maybe 2mm of clearance.
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Old 12-10-2012, 11:18 PM   #19
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I have a request.

Will someone do these patterns, please?


Brembo GT Front 345x28mm (Use for Front and back)

http://www.carid.com/images/brembo/p...-1b1.8002a.pdf



Brembo GT 2-Piston Rear 316x20mm

http://www.carid.com/images/brembo/p...-1b1.7017a.pdf
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Old 01-09-2013, 02:49 PM   #20
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Some confirmed wheel fitments without spacers on our Essex Sprint and Endurance Systems:

Sprint
Enkie RPF1 17x8 45
Wedsport TC105n 17x9 35
Mach V Motorsports "Awesome" wheel 17x9 42
Work Ultimates 18x8.5 47
Sparco (designed by OZ) Assetto Gara 17x7.5 48

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Enkie RPF1 17x8 45
BBS CH-R 18x8 38
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Old 01-31-2013, 08:03 AM   #21
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Just tried a few templates on my Rays CE28 18x7.5 47 offset wheels

The following were ok.

Essex AP Sprint , Essex AP Endurance, AP 4 pot formula bbk and interestingly the endurance had more caliper space than the sprint on these wheels.

The following didn't fit

AP 6 pot formula bbk ( calipers caught on spoke )

4 pot AP FBBK


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You can add my WedsSport TC105N 18x8 +42 and 08-12 OEM Subaru STI Brembo brakes.
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Old 02-04-2013, 10:40 AM   #23
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Hi guys, need advice on whether the essex sprint bbk will clear Work kiwami 18x7.5 +38?
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Old 02-20-2013, 02:13 PM   #24
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BTW Essex Sprint needs at least a 10MM spacer to clear the OEM wheel.

Will sticky this for now, if it doesn't get updated more often there's not much reason to leave it as a sticky though.
Can anyone chime in and say they have used the OEM wheels with the Sprint Kit with 10mm spacer or whatever they are using? I read that if I run a spacer larger than 5mm that I will need new/longer lug bolts. Is that also true? I'd rather not spend extra $ on new wheels if I don't need to. I run the OEM wheels with winter tires and 18" Neuspeed RS10 with RE11s so I'd rather not buy more wheels.
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Can anyone chime in and say they have used the OEM wheels with the Sprint Kit with 10mm spacer or whatever they are using? I read that if I run a spacer larger than 5mm that I will need new/longer lug bolts. Is that also true? I'd rather not spend extra $ on new wheels if I don't need to. I run the OEM wheels with winter tires and 18" Neuspeed RS10 with RE11s so I'd rather not buy more wheels.
I would suggest longer studs for sure. They are pretty cheap and easy to install or you could go with a 15mm spacer that includes them on the spacer itself, then it's real quick.

They need 10mm spacers. I haven't driven the car with them but I use an OEM wheel/tire as my spare tire so I carry the 10mm spacers just for that. I am running ARP extended studs in my car.
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Hi, I installed 18 x 8.5 w/ 45 offset, would brembo 4 & 6 piston BBK will fit? Thanks
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Hi, I installed 18 x 8.5 w/ 45 offset, would brembo 4 & 6 piston BBK will fit? Thanks
Ask for an installation cutout diagram that you can test fit to the wheel in order to check clearance
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Old 03-13-2013, 12:36 AM   #28
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I wish there were pics installed with wheels to see.
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