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FATSSV - Charged, cammed, bagged and "stanced"

Discussion in 'VE - WM' started by turbodragon, Aug 11, 2014.

  1. dimetime

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    I have a mate with the biggest offset for the sf04s with the deep concave( 35p) and he needed his guards rolled in tge rear with a 245 tire on his 20x10s, his 20x10 front were fine on sssl but his rears are ssl and scrubs a little.
    Id suggest the 20x11 rear as it has a bigger offset or even look into the sf06 20x10.5 as the offset is the biggest.

    Any 20x10 you get is generally going to need a guard roll in the rear thou
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    Aw wicked! Thanks man that helps a lot!!

    If I was going to look into getting the 20x11 on the rear though I would have to get a camber kit would I not?

    Also with your mate that has the 20x10s on the front, do you know how he finds the car with turning. Seeing as he's got such fat wheels on the front does it affect the stiffness or ability to turn much?

    Cheers, jack
     
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    You wont need a camber kit, just need a wheel alignment like with any new wheels, the 20x11 with the maximum offset they offer (i believe 43p) will work well!
    The onlything you need to do with a wide front like 20x10 is run a smaller tyre, id suggest 255/35r20 as thats what the hsv standard wheels run and the driving is fine!
     
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    so looking at the above sizes and styles - if i was to get 20x11(Deep Concave) on the rear, and then 20x10(Deep Concave) on the front. that would be sweet as long as i get my guards rolled and thats it?

    thanks
     
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    Yer so 20x10 35p with 255/35r20 front
    Then 20x11 45p with 275/35r20 rear
    With only the rear guards rolled
     
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    wicked!! cheers for your help!! appreciate it alot man
     
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    Nah all good, i had no idea when i first got wheels and 3 sets of springs later i finally had my guards rolled which was just me being niave, good to pass on info that i had to find out the hard way!
     
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    Curious why you have spent a tonne of money on everything except the s2 ss or e3 hsv touchscreen and guages?
     
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    Going fast > Gauges
     
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    Simple choice for me really. More often than not, car only comes out on the weekends and I've noticed 90%+ of the time when I'm driving, I have the music turned down as I prefer to listen to the sound of the mechanicals working. The only time I ever have the music turned up and I'm actually listening would be on long freeway drives.

    Considering the IQ system is ~$1k (plus another $1k if adding EDI), it doesn't make any financial sense to me to spend $1k-$2k on something I will get enjoyment from for maybe 5-10mins over the course of a weekend, if that.



    Exactly.
     
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    Yer im definatley jealous of how your car would sound!! More a question as it seems its the only thing you havent done!
     
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    yeah, know the feeling whereby your radio is the 4 windows down ey.
     
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