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Old 02-09-2015, 05:45 AM   #1
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Not sure if you guys know we do these for the S2000…

TEGIWA Wheel Spacers. These hubcentric kits are without doubt, the finest on the market. Manufactured from billet aluminium and then anodized satin black for a subtle and durable finish. When fitted they will not only enhance the appearance but improve the stability of your vehicle. Whether you want to fill out the gap between tyre and arch or increase your track width these spacers are the perfect solution. Available in both 15mm and 20mm width in a 4x100 or 5x114 PCD. Supplied complete with all fixings for a 'bolt-on' easy installation. Sold in pairs.

S2000 FRONTS (15mm only)
http://www.tegiwaimports.com/select-...000-front.html

S2000 REARS (15 or 20mm)
http://www.tegiwaimports.com/select-...100-5x114.html

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I can certainly vouch for the quality of these spacers, perfect fit, fitted 15mm to mine last week (so I could fit the Spoon 4 pots with standard AP1 wheels). Only think to note is you will need to chop off about 10mm of the original wheel studs as they protrude into the wheel
Glad you've split out the front and rears, much easier
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Anyone else fitted these?

Did you need to cut the original studs with 17" OEM wheels.

Seems to be conflicting information on this. I'm specifically interested in 15mm rears.
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Babonacas does Say cut 10mm off studs.
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Can anyone else offer any more experience of these? The whole "easy installation" doesn't really go with having to cut off some of the studs.

I'm interested in them but if I have to cut the studs then the idea will be binned.

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Babonacas does Say cut 10mm off studs.

He was on 16" pre-facelift wheels though .

The V1 17s have a cut out in the back that I "believe" the OE studs may fit in (as I have seen similar spacers on US cars that fitted the 17" wheels without mods).



However, if you have an aftermarket wheel without the deep recesses, then you will have to cut the OE studs down.
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He was on 16" pre-facelift wheels though .

The V1 17s have a cut out in the back that I "believe" the OE studs may fit in (as I have seen similar spacers on US cars that fitted the 17" wheels without mods).

However, if you have an aftermarket wheel without the deep recesses, then you will have to cut the OE studs down.
I removed my wheels tonight and my V1 17's do indeed have a very deep recess, so I think I would potentially be ok.

I think 15mm would be plenty for the rear, no need to roll arches. But what about 15mm at the front? Would they rub? I have Eibachs fitted.
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I've just fitted H&R 15mm spacers all round with the OEM 8.5" rears on the front with 245/40 AD08s, my suspension is set to 635mm from ground to top of the arch and I only get slight touching on big compressions (I'm going to raise it to 640). Measure your ride height and if you are above this, you will be fine with the standard size fronts .

The rears are at 655mm and are fine .
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I've just fitted H&R 15mm spacers all round with the OEM 8.5" rears on the front with 245/40 AD08s, my suspension is set to 635mm from ground to top of the arch and I only get slight touching on big compressions (I'm going to raise it to 640). Measure your ride height and if you are above this, you will be fine with the standard size fronts .

The rears are at 655mm and are fine .
Were the H&R spacers bolt on? Or did you install extended studs?

I don't see 15mm H&R bolt-ons

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