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Old 08-11-2008, 11:29 PM
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[QUOTE=the s2k dude,Aug 11 2008, 10:24 PM] ill be running 17x9 + 40 all around and 255/40/17 tires with my front and rear asm stuff. its not going to be as aggressive as nichigo in the back.. but its non staggered and safe.
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Old 08-11-2008, 11:36 PM
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Originally Posted by han racer,Aug 11 2008, 05:09 PM
thanks nichigo i think im gonna end up going with ur setup!
You can try...but it's not easy. i still rub a on dips on the freeway and hard turns. You will need to do alot more than just slap on the over fenders as well. Here is a list of everything I had to do to get these to fit:
  • -3 Camber
  • Relocate bumper bolt
  • Cut and re-weld rear quarter panel
  • Cut ASM over fender so that it has ZERO lip
  • Trim rear bumper
  • Pull rear bumper out to become flush with over fender...this is probably the most important step...you will not be able to clear if you do not pull out your rear bumper.

Not to discourage...just want you to know what you're in for. In fact, expect problems to come up even if you do all of these things. It's not an exact science. Even if you get the same tire specs, tire widths tend to vary between brands. You're pretty much bordering the limit here, so if there's any room for error, a small difference in width can mean alot.

I would not have done this setup if TE's came concave in a different offset. Unfortunately, +22 is the highest that they become concave. Ideally, I would have run a +30 or +35 in the rear.
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Old 08-12-2008, 10:42 AM
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ah jeez....square one again....

what are the specs on the ASM street car? thatd (theoretically) be the best setup right?
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Originally Posted by han racer,Aug 12 2008, 09:42 AM
ah jeez....square one again....

what are the specs on the ASM street car? thatd (theoretically) be the best setup right?
eh...the ASM street car is too conservative haha...the over fenders are just for looks from what I can tell cuz they're prodrives clear the stock fenders with no problems. All I can really say tho is that the rear overs only work if you do everything listed above...otherwise it's just for show.
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Originally Posted by han racer,Aug 12 2008, 11:42 AM
ah jeez....square one again....

what are the specs on the ASM street car? thatd (theoretically) be the best setup right?
From Sport Compact Car's specs of the ASM Toda 2.2L street S2k. offsets unknown

Wheels: 17x8 Prodrive GC-010G

Tires: Bridgestone RE-01R, 245/40ZR17

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So conservative
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Originally Posted by nichigo,Aug 12 2008, 02:30 PM
So conservative
yet they get the job done
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Originally Posted by medicalstudent,Aug 12 2008, 12:54 PM
yet they get the job done
yeah they do...just don't understand why they'd have 25mm wider fenders if they're not going to utilize it. They're running a $3500 bumper for nothing
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Old 08-13-2008, 12:50 AM
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I'm running:

Front: 17 x 8.5 +42 on 225/45R17 RE01R
Rear: 17x9.5 +42 on 255/40R17 RE01R

I'll try and get a pic of what this looks like.

I only have the rear over fenders. I didn't relocate the bumper tabs and the tire is rubbing on that now.

The fronts are normal unmodified fenders. But the plastic tabs that holds the splash guards are gone due to tyre rubbing.
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Old 08-13-2008, 01:36 AM
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I m thinking using 9.5 + 36 for the rear roll fender with about 3" camber, i m only lowered 25mm, think will this be ok with 255/40 tyres?
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