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Old 08-12-2019, 01:03 PM   #71
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Good-win Racing confirmed that 17x8 won’t work with the PP brakes.
Maybe a small slide on spacer would do the trick
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From the PP Brembo thread: a 3mm spacer might be enough

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I have the Konig Hypergram 17x8 +40 and I would say technically they do fit. The rubber cap on the bleed valve comes incredibly close though. I put on a 3mm spacer on the front just to be safe.



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Ordered as set of Hypergrams in 17x9 et40 5x100 with Bridgestone RE71R in 245/40 for autox next year.

Took some pictures on my Performance Package Brembos for other folks to have a better idea how these look.
As you can see, there's plenty of clearance even if you turn the bleeder cap the wrong way





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Ordered as set of Hypergrams in 17x9 et40 5x100 with Bridgestone RE71R in 245/40 for autox next year.

Took some pictures on my Performance Package Brembos for other folks to have a better idea how these look.
As you can see, there's plenty of clearance even if you turn the bleeder cap the wrong way





Stock PP suspension?

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CSG Spec Tein Flex A, max camber in the front (~-3.1º)
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Man that looks good...
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Man that looks good...
Second. Super clean

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Ordered as set of Hypergrams in 17x9 et40 5x100 with Bridgestone RE71R in 245/40 for autox next year.

Took some pictures on my Performance Package Brembos for other folks to have a better idea how these look.
As you can see, there's plenty of clearance even if you turn the bleeder cap the wrong way


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are you running with hubcentric rings?
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Not my car, but I did have aluminum hubcentric ring in my aftermarket wheels.
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I will have some 17x8 hypergrams up for sale soon if your in the SoCal area

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Recently purchased some 17x9 +40 Hypergrams in gunmetal for my BRZ. Had them wrapped in Yokohama Advan A052 235/40/17s. I'm running stock dampers lowered 1" on Eibach springs. Heads up I needed 3mm spacers to clear the spring perch. Also with the meatier tires, on track I consistently knocked out my side markers.






Hat tip to @ATL BRZ for the tip on the 3mm spacers, I would've been a sad panda without them

Also as noted by @jflogerzi, the 17x9s easily clear BBKs. I'm running the Stoptech C43 kit on mine and have plenty of clearance.
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Recently purchased some 17x9 +40 Hypergrams in gunmetal for my BRZ. Had them wrapped in Yokohama Advan A052 235/40/17s. I'm running stock dampers lowered 1" on Eibach springs. Heads up I needed 3mm spacers to clear the spring perch. Also with the meatier tires, on track I consistently knocked out my side markers.
Awesome info man, thanks! Did you have to run the 3mm spacer with the 235/40's as well? Besides the springs anything else? How much camber are you running? Any camber bolts?
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Awesome info man, thanks! Did you have to run the 3mm spacer with the 235/40's as well? Besides the springs anything else? How much camber are you running? Any camber bolts?
No problem! I do not have to run any spacers on the 235/40/18s on my 18x8 +35 Enkei NT03s (I've kept those wheels to be my "street" setup). I haven't had the Hypergrams wrapped in anything other than the 245/40/17 Advans. I am running "crash bolts" which give me about -1° up front, but otherwise using stock top hats.

I do plan on upgrading eventually to a decent set of coilovers as after ~7 years of tracking the car, the stock dampers have taken a beating and it would be nice to get more camber and to not have to run the 3mm spacers for these wheels.
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