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      08-02-2014, 02:05 AM   #1
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help: advan rs-df/ rz-df

hi guys im just after some help here since im pretty noob with offsets and stuff

would the advans rs-d/rz-df fit with for the 135i with or without guard rolling?

fronts: 18" x 8.5" et35 with 225/35,40

rears: 18" x 9.5" et35 with 255/35

i've seen people have et38's in rear with CCW classic rims or something but yea thought 3mm's cant be THAT harmful

thanks in advance

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      08-02-2014, 10:12 AM   #2
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Are you lowered? If you are, the rears will most likely rub due to the offset. You want et45 or et50 with a 9.5" wheel back there. The fronts might be ok if you dial in some camber.
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      08-02-2014, 12:51 PM   #3
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nah stock ride height atm cant get too low in aus otherwise the POL POL will get me and also the area around me is already scraping on my driveway and friends
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I don't think it matters whether you're lowered or not. +35 offset on those widths will rub IMO.
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I will be able to tell you in about a week when I put my advan rsII on...

Running 18x8.5 +35 225/40 up front
More conservative 18x9.5 +50 255/35 in rear
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I don't think it matters whether you're lowered or not. +35 offset on those widths will rub IMO.
WELP that sucks then D;
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I will be able to tell you in about a week when I put my advan rsII on...

Running 18x8.5 +35 225/40 up front
More conservative 18x9.5 +50 255/35 in rear
thats really conservative at the rear haha. The rs2's are still pretty nice but i'm those guys seeking a bit of DISH (Y)
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Beggers can't be choosers with the jap brands...

Really conservative would be +58 or +62

I will be able to tell you if you can find another 15mm at least
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Beggers can't be choosers with the jap brands...

Really conservative would be +58 or +62

I will be able to tell you if you can find another 15mm at least
yes that is true D;
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FYI

Installed the 9.5 +50 on the rear and at 10mm lower than stock ride height with -1.5 deg of camber it is close to flush with the gaurd....

if you want to find another 15mm you will need more camber and pulling the gaurds for sure...
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I will be able to tell you in about a week when I put my advan rsII on...

Running 18x8.5 +35 225/40 up front
More conservative 18x9.5 +50 255/35 in rear
Have this exact fitment....Front works just fine if you are on stock height...but once i made it lower with about 1 finger gap or less it rubbed like crazy...Rear is perfect in my opinion
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FYI

Installed the 9.5 +50 on the rear and at 10mm lower than stock ride height with -1.5 deg of camber it is close to flush with the gaurd....

if you want to find another 15mm you will need more camber and pulling the gaurds for sure...
oh shieeeee do you have a picture ?
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oh shieeeee do you have a picture ?
http://www.1addicts.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1021127
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rear has settled since then. Ill try and get a better rear shot.

RSR552 how much lower were you when it started rubbing bad? I have no rub now and am 330 from center to eyebrow
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nah stock ride height atm cant get too low in aus otherwise the POL POL will get me and also the area around me is already scraping on my driveway and friends
you don't want anything to do with 9.5+35 then haha

you'll be poking by 10-15mm at a guess, unless you have some crazy stretched tires and camber or something.

8.5+40 is perfect front fitment with about 1.5deg camber on 235's.. could probably go 245 even.. +35 i'd guesstimate 235 would be the limit.

with my offsets effectively +55 i get plenty of scrub when 120mm off the ground but it's still legal enough, in the guard.. making it +35 would be hell.
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