Your camber is going to depend on how low you want to go. With any lowering spring, you won't need to adjust camber. When I was on coils with the 255 and 285 tire, I had to run my camber at F: -2.5 and R: -3.5... but that's only because i was damn near tucking tire. When I switched to a 245 and 275 tire, I was able to maintain the same ride height, but run my camber at F: -1.0 and R: -1.5
I don't have spacers lol Or do you mean when I had the OEM 19's?... the spacers on the stock wheels make a huge cosmetic change. Looks 10x better than when they're tucked under the fenders... especially with a drop.
Did the spacers make a big difference appearance wise? I'm getting ready to put on some 19s with ark lowering springs and that's exactly the look I'm going for....any recommendation as far as spacers go? Going 19x8.5 in the front and 19x9.5 in the back. Btw, got mine at Keffer too!
Haha thanks man! I can tell you that Incurve designed their wheels with BBK's in mind, so you'll be good if you decide to go with them. As far as rubbing and fitment are concerned, I have zero rub no matter the circumstances.
Tilley I'm gonna have to file a report on your Album. Those pix too hot Seriously tho, looks good. I'm wanting to put 20s on mine but im fearing caliper rub since i have track model with brembos. hows things fit with your setup? I drive very aggressive, specially in corners.. most slow down i speed up lol. Soo no rub is important to me
I didn't really notice that much of a performance drop w/ putting bigger wheels on. I do a lot of "spirited" driving lol I wouldn't give up my 20's for the minimal performance gain that running 19's provides
Hey man. What kind of performance do you get with your rims? Also, what kind of driving do you do on them? I have a 25 min commute to work. Just trying to make a smart decision on what I buy. Thanks for any help you can provide.