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Year/Make/Model: 2006 GG MR Wheels: 18X9.5 Volk Racing RE30 +34 with 5mm Front Spacers Tires: 265/35-18 Bridgestone Potenza RE960AS Suspension: Stock (Swift Spec-R + 25mm rear sway coming soon?) Alignment: Stock specifications Fenders Rolled or Cut: No modifications. Front calipers do not clear without the 5mm spacer. Other Body modifications: None Advice: Listen to these guys up here. They know what they're talking about.
Pictures: Coming someday soon. Hopefully. Trying to convince the SO to let me get some street legal slicks on my wheels as summer tires for the sunnier days ahead.
Drives: APR Widebody Evo 8, 96 Volvo 850R Wagon, 1970 Ford F250 (Restored)
Year/Make/Model: 2003 LY GSR
Wheels: 18X10.5 Volk Racing RE30 +18 with 25mm Spacers all the way around
Tires: 275/35-18 Falken Azenis 615RT
Suspension: K-Bee Coilovers w/ 10kg springs, set medium hard
Alignment: Stock specifications
Fenders Rolled or Cut: cut stock rear fenders
Other Body modifications: APR Widebody with Evo 9 style front bumper
Year/Make/Model: 2006 Rally Red MR
Wheels: 17X9.5 5Zigen GN+ et38, spacers from 8-16mm front, 5-10mm rear
Tires: 275/40-17 Proxes RA1
Suspension: H&R coilovers, custom rate, 25 & 27mm full hard with custom endlinks
Alignment: -2.5/-1.9 toe- +.12* front total, +.32* rear total
Fenders Rolled or Cut: fronts minor rolling, rears rolled and pulled.
Other Body modifications: Ugh stickers on mirrors
Advice: run hard or stay home
Running 255 (written on the tire) but they run wider than 255 so I think I qualify.
Year/Make/Model: 2005 AS MR
Wheels: 17x9 +35 5zigen FN01R-C
Tires: 255/40/17 Michelin Pilot Sport Cups
Suspension: KW V3
Alignment: -2.9f/-1.5r 0 toe
Fenders Rolled or Cut: Rolling rear
Other Body modifications: None
Advice: My advice is usually bad advice.
Year/Make/Model: 2003 GSR Wheels: 18X9.5 Axis Reverb +40ET w/8mm spacers up front Tires: 265/35ZR18 Continental CSC3 Suspension: JIC FLT-A2 Alignment: -2.2f/-1.2r 0 toe-out front & +0.1° toe rear Fenders Rolled or Cut: minor rolling rear Other Body modifications: None Advice: Rubs when encoutering bumps in corners. Next time will try 255/35ZR18 to reduce the rubbing.
Year/Make/Model: 2005 Apex silver VIII Wheels: 17X10 Enkei RPF1 +18 offset(Front) 17X9.5 Fno1rc +35(rear) Tires: (front)315/35-17 Kumho Ecsta V710 (DOT slicks)
(Rear) 295/35/17 Hosier A6) Suspension: Custom spec Zeals
Upgraded FSB/stock RSB, RC correction kit Alignment: -3.2f/-3.0r 1/16th toe-out front & 0 toe rear Fenders Rolled or Cut: Heavy cutting front / heavy cutting rear Other Body modifications:Plenty Advice: Don't sacrifice rear grip to balance the car and get rid of understeer , find a way to make the front stick.