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Titan 7 Satin Titanium T-S5 Wheel 17x9.5 5x114.3 57mm Stock CR Fitment?

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Default Titan 7 Satin Titanium T-S5 Wheel 17x9.5 5x114.3 57mm Stock CR Fitment?

I want to know how these rims would do on our CR's stock suspension/height id like to run 255/40/R17 all around let me know your thoughts?

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  • Size:17x9.5
  • Bolt Pattern: 5x114.3
  • Offset: 57mm
  • Center Bore: 73mm
  • Finish: Satin Titanium
  • Weight: 16.8
  • Load Rating: 690KG
  • Best Fit Application(s): Honda S2000
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you'd need to roll all around with the 255/40's
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Originally Posted by licelsior View Post
you'd need to roll all around with the 255/40's
I second this, I have these wheels and it will require a roll and slight pull.
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Originally Posted by CR295 View Post
I second this, I have these wheels and it will require a roll and slight pull.
Any pictures? I'd love to see how these look on a more stock bodied S2000. The Titan7 press photos all seem to be a Voltex kitted car which is a little too extreme.
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Aren't those the TR10 wheels? The TS5 is the split 5 spoke and has a less aggressive offset based on Evasive's site (+57 vs +51)? Also a great looking wheel
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both sizes would require fender roll all around.
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Just got a set of TS5s in 17x9.5 +57, my car is a stock height AP1. During regular daily driving I don't believe I get any rubbing, at least none that I can hear or see from visual inspection (I check every day). I am being moderately careful and my city has pretty meh road conditions with small pot holes littered every where which I can't really avoid. I get fairly obvious rubbing when I try to induce it with moderate speed slaloms or if I hit a pot hole at speed. Being paranoid and checking your fenders religiously isn't fun nor is not being able to really throw your car around. I'd advise you to roll your fenders for peace of mind; currently waiting for appointment date at a local shop.
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Lol people speaking out their ass. I have these on my ap2 with 255 re71 squared, the rear needs bumper tab relocation and that’s it. Front will need a roll depending on ride height/alignment. Def could get away without rolling the front if you run a decent amount of camber and aren’t slammed. Btw my car gets tracked regularly and the only thing it rubs is the inside fender liner.
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Originally Posted by 05ap2ftw View Post
Lol people speaking out their ass. I have these on my ap2 with 255 re71 squared, the rear needs bumper tab relocation and that’s it. Front will need a roll depending on ride height/alignment. Def could get away without rolling the front if you run a decent amount of camber and aren’t slammed. Btw my car gets tracked regularly and the only thing it rubs is the inside fender liner.
I have the same setup. I autocross my car. I did end up rubbing badly enough in the rear to buckle a rear fender slightly. I'm running -3* camber in the rear at stock height. Fixable with PDR but it's damage I'd rather avoid. Results may vary but 17x9.5 +57 may be right at the edge of variances. Vs how 17x9+63 is pretty much universally safe.
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