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    Quote Originally Posted by razorlab View Post
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    @razorlab: Fenders havenít been touched yet so I was thinking 255/35/18 for now, did you have a problem with that size???
    With +15 you'll rub in either size with non-rolled fenders.
    Any idea whatís the minimum offset I could use with rolled, but not pulled fenders with 275/35/18?


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    I think offset +18 but not 100% on 18x9.5 not sure on any other wheel sizes tho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roen View Post
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    @razorlab: Fenders haven’t been touched yet so I was thinking 255/35/18 for now, did you have a problem with that size???
    With +15 you'll rub in either size with non-rolled fenders.
    Any idea what’s the minimum offset I could use with rolled, but not pulled fenders with 275/35/18?


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    Depends on your alignment settings... I run 18x9.5+15 with 265/35 tires, rolled rear fenders only, and -3.1f/-2.8r camber without any rubbing. My car sits pretty low, too.

    I might be able to squeeze 18x10.5+15 with 275/35 tires in there, but to avoid rubbing in the rear I'd have to pull the fenders or run -3į camber or more. With 10.5" wide wheels, I think the ideal offset would be around the +20 to +25 range. People have tucked the RPF-1s (+15) and CE28s (+18) in there without any issues though, so again, it all comes down to your entire wheel/tire/suspension setup.
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    Alternative:

    275/35/18 RE-71R on 18x10,+22
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    295/20/19 Kumho V720 ACR on 19x10.5, +15 with a 0.18s per 60 second time attack penalty?

    Stock power.

    I would think offset has a greater dependence on tire size rather than wheel size, assuming the tire size is around rim size + 1 inch.


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    Well, gonna experiment and report back next year, ordered the 10.5 wheels and will order the 295 V720


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    You are probably gonna hit the rear fenders like nobodies bizz with 295 V720's and 18x10.5 in a +15 offset if you can't pull them.

    For some reference. Here is my track setup currently.

    18x10.5 +30 with 275/35/18 NT01

    Rears are rolled and naturally slightly pulled from the rolling.

    These photos are with the suspension at full compression to test clearance (no spring)



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    Quote Originally Posted by razorlab View Post
    You are probably gonna hit the rear fenders like nobodies bizz with 295 V720's and 18x10.5 in a +15 offset if you can't pull them.

    For some reference. Here is my track setup currently.

    18x10.5 +30 with 275/35/18 NT01

    Rears are rolled and naturally slightly pulled from the rolling.

    These photos are with the suspension at full compression to test clearance (no spring)



    The pulling is what gives me the effective time penalty, but the pulling letís me use 295ís. Iím wondering if the wider tire and softer V720 ACR compound is worth the time penalty.


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    for autocross i run 315 30 18 a7s on a 10.5 with out a issue and fits better then expected. i am looking to go to 335s tho so will need to find new wheels

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    Since I am swapping out the suspension/subframes/blah with fully adjustable components, I wonder if I could sneak some 305's under there. I am also running the NT03+M rims currently with 275's and rolled rear fenders with no rub at all.

    I guess it has to do with how much camber I have dialed in as well as the location of the spring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mnemuth View Post
    Since I am swapping out the suspension/subframes/blah with fully adjustable components, I wonder if I could sneak some 305's under there. I am also running the NT03+M rims currently with 275's and rolled rear fenders with no rub at all.

    I guess it has to do with how much camber I have dialed in as well as the location of the spring.
    Might have to run a spacer in the rear to clear the lower arm

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    Any issues with trans/diffs running 315s? Been considering moving up from my 285s but don't want to risk the rear diff or transfer case right now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kalpakiotis View Post
    Any issues with trans/diffs running 315s? Been considering moving up from my 285s but don't want to risk the rear diff or transfer case right now.
    We've had no issues but another season will tell for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UT_EvoX View Post
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    Any issues with trans/diffs running 315s? Been considering moving up from my 285s but don't want to risk the rear diff or transfer case right now.
    We've had no issues but another season will tell for sure.

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    295/30/18 on a 18x10.5 +15, i believe im running -3 in the front and -2 in the rear.

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