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Old 03-05-2019, 05:36 PM   #3851
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To the ones who have rear mud flaps installed could I ask you a question?

Wtf are you thinking? Tell me, WTF are you thinking? Take them off now. Not later, NOW! You have a nice looking ride and then you screw it all up with the mudflaps. Jesus Christ. Sick of this shit.
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Old 03-05-2019, 06:29 PM   #3852
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To the ones who have rear mud flaps installed could I ask you a question?

Wtf are you thinking? Tell me, WTF are you thinking? Take them off now. Not later, NOW! You have a nice looking ride and then you screw it all up with the mudflaps. Jesus Christ. Sick of this shit.
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Old 03-06-2019, 01:01 PM   #3853
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To the ones who have rear mud flaps installed could I ask you a question?

Wtf are you thinking? Tell me, WTF are you thinking? Take them off now. Not later, NOW! You have a nice looking ride and then you screw it all up with the mudflaps. Jesus Christ. Sick of this shit.
Very tempted to purchase mud flaps now just for the lolz.
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Old 04-10-2019, 06:18 AM   #3854
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Old 08-11-2020, 06:23 PM   #3855
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I have -14 and I have not done any 'extensive' modification to get this far. There is a lot of ignorance surrounding this topic and i will clear the air on some of this. What I am saying has no relation to your conversation to the other guy regarding wheel fitment on widebody etc, I am just letting you know what it actually takes from a guy who has done such modifications.

extensive modification of EVERY suspension piece to get this extreme

- No. You can just purchase the Racer X rear UCA with the -14 option and you can get -14. direct swap with your OEM and max them out. -> http://racerxfabrication.com/frs-brz...r-control-arms . How do I know? Because I did this as well.

As for the fronts, I hit double digit negative camber up front with aftermarket camber plates, Racer X front LCA, and a camber bolt. Did not do any 'extensive modification' besides install new parts and adjust.

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

For the fronts sure, this could be an issue with the clearance with your wheel to the strut. For the rear, you are only limited until you hit the frame as the coilover sits 'in between' both ends of the barrel nowhere close to the wheel where extreme camber would affect it. At -14 myself on a 10.5 +0, I'm nowhere near the frame/wall nor my coilover. No rubbing issues on the inside of the wheel well. The fender rubbing is a different story depending on what kind of fitment the person chooses to achieve.

I felt the need to address those two things.



When I had pbm rear lowers, my rears also made a small clunk noise. I never figured out what it was but I had never had issues and only ever heard it going over a bump or turning hard. My suspicions are that the endlink was binding on my pbm lca and made this clunking noise. Maybe a pair of aftermarket adjustable endlinks would solve this issue.

Now some updates on my car: wrapped the car myself and rocking a new set up and ditched the bags and I'm now static on BC coils 18kg/18kg

18x9.5 0 - 215/35 Federal SS595
18x10.5 0 - 225/35 Federal SS595

-10.5 front camber, -14 rear camber.
took my sidemarkers out as well, and now i can full lock without rubbing anything.






Sorry to bring up a really old post, but wheels were these? I can't seem to find the name of them from your old posts.
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Old 10-25-2020, 09:12 AM   #3856
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I dont remember height, camber, or toe lol

Wanted to post my wheels up again since the last time I posted in this thread was back in 2014 the wheels were hyper silver at the time. now they're powdercoated gloss black and I'm lower 2014 me. Also posting this look cause I plan on getting new wheels finally. torn between works or weds lol I want to say these coilovers have been on my frs since 2014! Bunch of Canyon runs ive driven from Oklahoma to Houston, satx, Austin, Oklahoma to California 3 round trips. The coilovers have been on my car since it had 5k mi. I'm at 80k now, no noises, zero issues. Just felt I needed to speak to the reliability, longevity of these coilovers, it's possible I just got lucky af.

Tried to get as many angles of the fitment, I know how much this thread helps people that are choosing wheels 👌 last 2 pics are the most recent of my car. Aight peace ✌
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Right, you are. I particularly dig the exterior. The paint job is just sleek.
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Right, you are. I particularly dig the exterior. The paint job is just sleek.
Not sure If you guys are referring to my post or not if you are, thanks bros 🤙
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