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Old 10-06-2021, 02:32 AM   #85
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Hello guys,

Which one between Hypergram and Dekagram do you think is more performant (as in more durable)? In 17x9 +40 they are the same weight and cost the same.
For GT86 with PP Package.

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Old 10-16-2021, 12:32 AM   #86
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I am partial to the hypergrams. Currently they are my track tires

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Hello guys,

Which one between Hypergram and Dekagram do you think is more performant (as in more durable)? In 17x9 +40 they are the same weight and cost the same.
For GT86 with PP Package.

Thank you,
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That sounds like a very complicated question to answer. May be worth a shot to ask Konig how the wheels differ in stress levels and which ones are more likely to give at various loads. Otherwise, at the same size, weight, and multi-spoke design, they are probably about equally durable. Just based on their design looks, I would think Dekagrams can provide that extra bit of durability based on their spoke attachment points.

Have you confirmed that the Dekagrams will fit over your PP package? I know Hypergrams will, but I know Dekagrams aren't designed for big brakes necessarily, so they may be cutting it close.
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I got a set with the machined lip for track use. I'm lowered about 1.25 inches on RCE SS1.


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17x9 +40 lowered on coilovers


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The second gen looks pretty good with the Hypergrams! 17x8 is probably the way I'll go as well. I think I've narrowed down my track wheels to these, RFP1's or Dekagrams. Thanks for posting this!
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They looks good. Still looking for a set
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I got a set with the machined lip for track use. I'm lowered about 1.25 inches on RCE SS1.



What are your wheel and tire specs? How many inch drop? Camber?
Fron reading the csg tein flex a and rcc ss1 forum +40 offset has rubbing issues?
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What are your wheel and tire specs? How many inch drop? Camber?
Fron reading the csg tein flex a and rcc ss1 forum +40 offset has rubbing issues?

Wheels are 17x9 +40
Alignment is -3f/-2.2r camber, 0 toe
Tires are Falken RT660 245/40r17
No rub at all, even under hard track driving.
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Wheels are 17x9 +40
Alignment is -3f/-2.2r camber, 0 toe
Tires are Falken RT660 245/40r17
No rub at all, even under hard track driving.

Thanks, appreciate the reply. Do you have any pics of ur car by chance?
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Thanks, appreciate the reply. Do you have any pics of ur car by chance?

I've got a few.




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Thanks, appreciate the reply. Do you have any pics of ur car by chance?
If you go 245 you need coils or you might have tire rub on the oem spring perch.
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