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why no reduce the neg camber on the rear? front looks mexican from the angles you posted

 

Mexican?? haha

 

Si senor. Me'hican...

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18x9 +30 A-disk 30mm spacer 225 40 18

18x10 +30 O-disk 30mm spacer 235 40 18

 

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why no reduce the neg camber on the rear? front looks mexican from the angles you posted

 

Okay i googled 'Mexican offset' and nah it isnt like that. The angle makes it look a lot fatter than it is :P

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Don't your tyres scrub over big bumps?

 

Is there enough suspension travel to handle well?

 

Is this thread all about looks? More neg camber at rear than front seems wrong to me..

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LOL... people from Melbourne really are Mexicans!!!

 

Is the car like that get a legal rideheight?

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if you get the wheels we can make the body fit them thumbsup.gif and your in melbourne we specialise in this shit yes.gif

 

18x9.5" +5 on a s14/s15 sits very nice tongue.gif

 

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Best S15 I have ever seen is below, I don't know the wheel specs though.

 

The best :D

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15x8 0 on a datsun stanza... would need a roll in the rear and camber to get under

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Here's my new set up.

 

Enkei RS05RR

18x9.5 +22 Federal RS-R 235/40

18x10 +22 Federal RS-R 245/35

 

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Here's my new set up.

 

Enkei RS05RR

18x9.5 +22 Federal RS-R 235/40

18x10 +22 Federal RS-R 245/35

 

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What wheel alignment specs? Stock front guards?

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F**k that's nice and I'm not a fan of wheels with lots if spokes.

Did you have to flare the rear to put a 245 on?

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Here's my new set up.

 

Enkei RS05RR

18x9.5 +22 Federal RS-R 235/40

18x10 +22 Federal RS-R 245/35

 

10322822_10152135764813111_1548917780837833774_n.jpg

 

Could I get some pics from other angles dude?

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Shit son!

Whole car is amazing.

 

Thanks heaps mate :)

 

What wheel alignment specs? Stock front guards?

 

Yes the guards are stock. Just lipped and pulled.

 

Not very sure on exact wheel alignment specs.

I think roughly 3 degrees camber all round & 5 degrees castor. Not sure on toe either.

 

F**k that's nice and I'm not a fan of wheels with lots if spokes.

Did you have to flare the rear to put a 245 on?

 

The rear is only lipped with the slightest pull. Wanted a very minimal look with the guards.

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Could I get some pics from other angles dude?

 

SDEB1.jpg

 

SDEB2.jpg

 

Only photo's i have.

 

Thanks

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Yeah. I does that.

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Here is my R33 Skyline GTS-t with 18" Enkei RPF1

Front 18X9.5 + 15. 235 tyre with -3 degrees of camber

Rear 18x10 + 38 (5mm spacer) 265 tyre with -2 degrees of camber.

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