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Old 01-26-2021, 07:35 PM   #4341
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-1.6 will prob hit. -1.4 is cutting it close.

For your reference, i had 17x9 +38 rims with 245/40R17 tires. Max camber i could run was -1.7 before the rims hit the shock perch
I'll keep that in mind, I don't remember exactly how much camber is up front as it has been a bit since an alignment.

update: found my alignment sheet. I'm at -0.4 deg of camber up front and -2.1/-2.2 in the rear

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Old 01-26-2021, 07:42 PM   #4342
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I'll keep that in mind, I don't remember exactly how much camber is up front as it has been a bit since an alignment.

update: found my alignment sheet. I'm at -0.4 deg of camber up front and -2.1/-2.2 in the rear
i thought OEM specs call for at least -1 of camber up front? lol
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Old 01-26-2021, 07:46 PM   #4343
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i thought OEM specs call for at least -1 of camber up front? lol
lol I'm not sure about that, I just fount my alignment sheet when I had it done.
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Old 01-27-2021, 10:52 AM   #4344
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-1.6 will prob hit. -1.4 is cutting it close.

For your reference, i had 17x9 +38 rims with 245/40R17 tires. Max camber i could run was -1.7 before the rims hit the shock perch
Was this on coilovers or stock shocks and springs?

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i thought OEM specs call for at least -1 of camber up front? lol
OEM specs from the fronts dont really have much camber it is usually less than -1 its very conservative the rears might get around -1 if you're lucky.
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Old 01-27-2021, 02:14 PM   #4345
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Was this on coilovers or stock shocks and springs?
stock shocks with TRD springs and camber bolts
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Wanted to check with the experts before buying a set of Varrstoen ES2 18x9.5 +34. They are wrapped in 245/40 tires and im on full stock suspension. Any help is greatly appreciated!
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Wanted to check with the experts before buying a set of Varrstoen ES2 18x9.5 +34. They are wrapped in 245/40 tires and im on full stock suspension. Any help is greatly appreciated!
Yep it will fit. Just remember it will poke a lot in the front and look like a 4x4
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Yep it will fit. Just remember it will poke a lot in the front and look like a 4x4
Thanks! Is there a way reduce the poke, or will I need to find some wheels with less width for the front?
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Thanks! Is there a way reduce the poke, or will I need to find some wheels with less width for the front?
Yes correct, you will need to find wheels what are not as wide. Also once you lower a car it kinda reduces the poke naturally or you can run negative camber to tilt the wheels in the fender a bit but with stock suspension you will not be able to get much camber with that wheel and tire size. Not sure if you plan to lower your car or not, but if you are not then stick to a more conservative wheel and offset.
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I have a 13 BRZ. I plan on running the following:
-Sportline springs
-KYB Struts
-17x9+35 TC105X
-255/40/17 continental extreme contact sport tires

Will these fit with the 1.5 drop? I am looking for something as flush as possible. Any tips would be appreciated. Thanks!
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I have a 13 BRZ. I plan on running the following:
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-17x9+35 TC105X
-255/40/17 continental extreme contact sport tires

Will these fit with the 1.5 drop? I am looking for something as flush as possible. Any tips would be appreciated. Thanks!
Yes that will fit fine.
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Besides the speedo being off will this setup fit without any rubbing or other issues ?

18x8.5+35 Artisa Art-formed Carriers
245/40/18 or 235/40/18 tires
Eibach Sportline springs


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Besides the speedo being off will this setup fit without any rubbing or other issues ?

18x8.5+35 Artisa Art-formed Carriers
245/40/18 or 235/40/18 tires
Eibach Sportline springs


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It will fit fine. Only thing i would suggest is maybe getting a 245/35/18 tire or a 225/40/18 tire. Only reason I suggest those size tires is because they are close to stock tire size specs.
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