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 Conducks said:
Stock wheels sit inside gaurds too far, looks wider with spacers. Would change mags for more offset but love the ones on it now...

Honestly, spacers are not worth it bud, not to mention AFAIK they're not legal unless they're the bolted on type and need to be certified.

Find a nice set of wheels you like with the appropriate offset and you'll be away laughing. Probably with lighter wheels too if you buy a good forged set.

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 Conducks said:
Stock wheels sit inside gaurds too far, looks wider with spacers. Would change mags for more offset but love the ones on it now...

You'll probably find that your wheel studs are about 25mm long - so you will need a min of 25mm spacer to clear the factory wheel studs - or you will need to trim the ends off/change to something shorter

But nice car anyway!

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 Conducks said:
I've been thinking about maybe getting some 20mm or 25mm spacers and BC Gold or Tein adjusties. Can't find anyone who has them for my model currently, pain in the ass having a new car... 12963689_936552399798402_189023274466822

41 automotive is your man for Tein adjustables, got a great quote for new ones shipped from Japan cheaper than new BC golds herel

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 SWAGGN said:
41 automotive is your man for Tein adjustables, got a great quote for new ones shipped from Japan cheaper than new BC golds herel

considering they've got a nice car and one that probably cost some good coin, they could do better than Tein or BC though.

Get MCA's. There was a big discussion under the suspension section about this, and the overall consensus is if you want quality you should at least highly consider MCA.

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 Dairusire said:
considering they've got a nice car and one that probably cost some good coin, they could do better than Tein or BC though.

Get MCA's. There was a big discussion under the suspension section about this, and the overall consensus is if you want quality you should at least highly consider MCA.

This thread:

http://clubsub.org.nz/forum/showthread.php?49222-Coilovers-%96-BC-vs-D2-vs-Yellowspeed

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