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Old 06-30-2010, 10:30 PM
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Mercury Silver CE28N 17x10.0 +50 with a 3mm spacer
Stoptech's 328mm x 28mm Trophy kit

My older Volk CE28N's in 17x9.0 +35 fit without a spacer though.


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Old 07-05-2010, 04:22 AM
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Originally Posted by Torqueless,Jun 30 2010, 06:32 PM
I was wondering where you got that rear custom rotor setup? Looks pretty good
Originally Posted by petawabit,Jun 30 2010, 11:09 PM
I want that rear setup! share the details!:P
Originally Posted by Torqueless,Jul 1 2010, 12:56 AM
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We have a member in our local community with a great hobby. He loves BBK and he makes custom kits for him and friends. He has spend a lot of time to seek in the market and he finally managed to fit the OEM real caliper on this ventilated brake disk keeping also the handbrake functionality. The OEM caliper has been slightly modified by one mm. If you want to fit the OEM pads in the caliper with that brake disk you will have to remove one mm from the pad as well. It is very custom as you can read, but the performance is outstanding and there is no overheat issue either at the front or the rear.
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I dont see any stock rims here! I take it that it will not fit on AP2 rims?
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Originally Posted by LukeS2K4EVA,Sep 9 2010, 09:14 AM
I dont see any stock rims here! I take it that it will not fit on AP2 rims?
no, stock offsets wont work.. i think you'll need spacers for that to fit
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This is an excellent and much needed thread! Kudos to Trackstar for putting this together...I will be fitting a Stoptech 328x 28mm Front this week behind my Advan RZ 17" +48 and as yet I cannot figure if I will need spacers...I downloaded the wheel fitment guide from Stoptech but it seems a little inaccurate to me...looks like I need either a 10 or 15mm spacer.Wish I new for sure then I could have the correct spacer ready to go.
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Originally Posted by bluenote,Sep 9 2010, 07:08 PM
This is an excellent and much needed thread! Kudos to Trackstar for putting this together...I will be fitting a Stoptech 328x 28mm Front this week behind my Advan RZ 17" +48 and as yet I cannot figure if I will need spacers...I downloaded the wheel fitment guide from Stoptech but it seems a little inaccurate to me...looks like I need either a 10 or 15mm spacer.Wish I new for sure then I could have the correct spacer ready to go.
Thanks and good luck. Please post once you find out. What width are your rims?

Also when there's a tight clearance it's easy to chip the paint off the caliper. Put a rag over it when putting the wheel on to avoid this.
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Old 09-11-2010, 07:43 PM
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Will post as soon as I install the Stoptech. My rims are 17" x 7.5" +48
Im guessing Im going to need 15mm spacers.
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With the template that Stoptech provided, I added some more paper/manila folder to simulate a 5mm and 10mm spacer to see if the Stoptechs would clear my spokes. Hopefully this will help out some people.



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I was searching for a wheel that would fit in the stock fenders and would clear the stop techs with out the use of spacers . what I can up with was the Prodrive GC-07J 17x 7.5 + 51 with a 5mm spacer should clear I am told . Apparently the GC-07C 17X7.5 +48 would clear the stoptech with out a spacer not sure by how much .
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Maybe we can carry over the list of rims that fit over the stoptech kit (mainly 328x28mm kit as it seems like most of s2ki'ers run this) without use of spacers. Ones that I know off of the top of my head that work:

-wedsport tc105n 17x9 +49
-enkei rpf1 17x8 +45
-Work emotion 17x8 +44
-949 racing 6ulr 17x10 +52
-949 racing 6ulr 17x9 +48
-volk racing ce28n 17x9 +54
-volk racing ce28n 17x7.5 +43?
volk racing ce28n 17x9 +40
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