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Old 04-07-2014, 11:31 PM   #1
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Wheel Directory: Racing Hart CP-035R 16x7.0 +45

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CP-035R
16x7"
+45 ET
5.0Kg/11lbs
Forged

Alignment on coilovers:
FC: -3*, FT: -0mm
RC: -1.5*, RT: +1mm


Alignment on stock:
FC: -2.4*, FT: -0mm
RC: -1.0*, RT: +1mm

3mm clearance from tire to stock front spring perch.


Fitted with Bridgestone RE002 225/50R16 (10.5Kg)

For comparison:
OEM Enkei 16x6.5" - 7.2kg
OEM Yokohama DB70 205/55R16 - 9kg.

I don't even rate the OEM 17" Subaru wheels, they're an abomination.
OEM Subaru 17x7.0" - 9.4kg
OEM Michelin 215/45R17 - 9kg
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Old 04-09-2014, 06:30 PM   #2
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Very nice 86, is this with any spacers in the rear?
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Old 04-09-2014, 07:37 PM   #3
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Where did you find these Wayno? I have some 15s on my EF civic.
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Nice! Tires look meaty for the 7" wide wheels, I think I actually like those more than my TE37s.
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Old 04-09-2014, 11:48 PM   #5
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Very nice 86, is this with any spacers in the rear?
Spacers are illegal in Australia mate.
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Doh!
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Racing Hart
CP-035R
16x7"
+45 ET
5.0Kg/11lbs

Fitted with Bridgestone RE002 225/50R16 (10.5Kg)

For comparison:
OEM Enkei 16x6.5" - 7.2kg
OEM Yokohama DB70 205/55R16 - 9kg.

I don't even rate the OEM 17" Subaru wheels, they're an abomination.
Hey Wayno, where did you find those wheels? I am currently in the market for either 16x7 or 16x7.5 CP-035R's.

Most I have seen so far are either a 4 stud or a 5x114.

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Second hand, extremely rare like ssr type c. You'll have much more choice with TE37.
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Now running about 2.4 deg camber in the front with 3 mm clearance tire to stock spring seat.
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Mini - almost RPF1s. Car looks great, nice sidewall there too.
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Second hand, extremely rare like ssr type c. You'll have much more choice with TE37.
+1 to that. CP-R's in 16x7.. let alone 5x100 fitment for our cars is like finding a unicorn.

Nice wheel choice.
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Mini - almost RPF1s. Car looks great, nice sidewall there too.
You mean RPF1 are nearly these because RPF1 are cast :p
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+1 to that. CP-R's in 16x7.. let alone 5x100 fitment for our cars is like finding a unicorn.

Nice wheel choice.
Needs lots of sidewall so they don't fold up when you run over a toothpick like they would if 18".
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