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Old 09-22-2019, 09:29 AM   #29
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Hey there team,

So after a few months of waiting my WedsSports TC105X arrived.
They are 18x8 +45.
Test fit on a stock suspension looks promising.
Now just the new tires installation (AD08 RS in 225/40) and I guess it'll be time to think about the suspension and brakes update next season
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Hey there team,

So after a few months of waiting my WedsSports TC105X arrived.
They are 18x8 +45.
Test fit on a stock suspension looks promising.
Now just the new tires installation (AD08 RS in 225/40) and I guess it'll be time to think about the suspension and brakes update next season
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Wow those look sick. Do you plan on keeping the suspension stock? I think 225/40 on an 18 would look pretty solid. Look forward to seeing them mounted
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Wow those look sick. Do you plan on keeping the suspension stock?
Hey,
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I have to see how does the whole package (tire+wheel) will look like, and then decide.
I need to be at moderate suspension height since the car is used a whole year + german nazi car modifications rules.
Most probably minor lowering should be enough, or i can get away with just a proper alignment like -1 or 2 deg of neg camber.
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Hey,
Thanks for the like.
I have to see how does the whole package (tire+wheel) will look like, and then decide.
I need to be at moderate suspension height since the car is used a whole year + german nazi car modifications rules.
Most probably minor lowering should be enough, or i can get away with just a proper alignment like -1 or 2 deg of neg camber.
Those look great!
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Enkei design team is getting better and better every year almost,

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Yeah that looks phenomenal. Would love to see that on our cars
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Hey,
Thanks for the like.
I have to see how does the whole package (tire+wheel) will look like, and then decide.
I need to be at moderate suspension height since the car is used a whole year + german nazi car modifications rules.
Most probably minor lowering should be enough, or i can get away with just a proper alignment like -1 or 2 deg of neg camber.
I mean 18s on that tire size look just fine on stock suspension. RCE offers springs with a moderate (0.8 inch) drop if you end up wanting to lower it a bit.
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Has anyone on coilovers tried the TC105X 18x9.5 +45? I'm really interested in them, but afraid they might rub somewhere with that high of an offset. I once had a set of RPF1 17x9 +45 and they rubbed the tie rod at full lock. Seems like the same problem could happen with these.
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Has anyone on coilovers tried the TC105X 18x9.5 +45? I'm really interested in them, but afraid they might rub somewhere with that high of an offset. I once had a set of RPF1 17x9 +45 and they rubbed the tie rod at full lock. Seems like the same problem could happen with these.
It will fit just fine there are many threads with that fitment. With coilovers 17x9 should not rub in the front. http://www.ft86club.com/forums/showthread.php?t=60405
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