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19x8.5 & 19x11s with 295s.... lookin good!

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Variant Wheels "Xenon" in Satin Gunmetal.
Caps painted Brembo Red.

19x8.5 255/35-19 Michelin 4s
19x11 295/30-19 Michelin 4s

NO RUB. Flush. Owner: Spider55

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Just one pic. Such a tease!

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Damn that's sexy. Needs a slight drop but otherwise perfect.
 

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Those look great.
Agree with @MiBlugt it needs a drop now. Get some ARK springs and that will put it at the perfect stance.

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Offsets?


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So we can run 11 inches wide in the rear with no rubbing?

What offset did you use for that?
 

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Yes, these wheels were cut for my car, If you have the stock sway bar endlinks, with the car off the ground the sway bar barely touches the inside if the wheel, so as long as you don't jump your car you will be fine. One thing about running that wide of a tire, your NOT going to be able to slam the car to the ground. I went with the Eibach pro lowering springs which dropped it an inch from stock height.

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Yes, these wheels were cut for my car, If you have the stock sway bar endlinks, with the car off the ground the sway bar barely touches the inside if the wheel, so as long as you don't jump your car you will be fine. One thing about running that wide of a tire, your NOT going to be able to slam the car to the ground. I went with the Eibach pro lowering springs which dropped it an inch from stock height.

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Oh nice. I think the drop is perfect and glad you mentioned it, as that was the route I was considering. I was thinking about actually including the front & rear sway bars too, the total Eibach package.

How does it ride compared to stock after the Eibach Pros?
 

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Over all it rides pretty good, it's a little stiffer in the front then the stock springs. Just make sure when you have the front springs installed that the bump stop is cut in half. With the setup I have, it handles nice around high speed corners, I'm satisfied with it.
You can take a look under my car in my GARAGE..
 
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