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birk

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Post #51
Find me some nice wheels for my dimma 17"x8" pwetty pwease LOL

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Posted 9th Feb 2010 at 03:38
chrisd306

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Post #52
they look shit mate come on you cant be for real, your car is mint an there spoling it at the moment

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Posted 9th Feb 2010 at 03:54
rallyestyle

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Post #53
Wheels Love (im not biased)

Colour... No Cry

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Posted 9th Feb 2010 at 17:05
dragoon

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Post #54
ok finally got the intended colour..

phone pics so not really representative:
(a little lighter irl)

3 remaining Dry
(yes I'm slow lol)

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Posted 21st Apr 2010 at 00:37
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Post #55
Very nice Love Team Enkei will all be looking in good condition soon Smile

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Posted 21st Apr 2010 at 00:50
dragoon

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Post #56
I've even got myself some nice peugeot centrecaps for them Shifty

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Posted 21st Apr 2010 at 00:52
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Post #57
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I've even got myself some nice peugeot centrecaps for them Shifty


I have some for mine but it doesnt look rallyestyle enough with them on Laugh

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Posted 21st Apr 2010 at 17:41
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Post #58
centre-caps aren't allowed when wallying LOL

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Posted 21st Apr 2010 at 17:52
dragoon

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Post #59
colour1 vs colour2 LOL


one on the car:




yes the tyre needs some tyre dressing, I'll do that when the others are done...

But I've got issues in fitting them...
I'm running kw coilovers and cant even fit the wheels without spacers...
The pics are taken with 3mm spacers but it's still a VERY close call. 5mm should do the trick but not sure if i'll have enough hub left Sad

Not keen on using spacers anyhow Dry
Ideas?

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Posted 21st Apr 2010 at 22:45
welshpug!

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Post #60
tyres look to have FAT sidewalls, I think that is the main issue.

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Posted 22nd Apr 2010 at 00:02
dragoon

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Post #61
BFG profilers in 205/45/16

but tested it with a tyreless rim and that also touches the coilover on et18 Sad


edit: got the same issue with the 17" et15 and 205/40/17 rainsports, they also touch, but solved on et12 Unsure

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Posted 22nd Apr 2010 at 00:10
rallyestyle

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Seems a little odd, how do the KW's differ from standard pug suspension? If anything i would have thought they would be smaller Dunno

I run 195/40/16's on mine and dont get any issues with standard suspension on eibach springs No

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Posted 22nd Apr 2010 at 01:38
dragoon

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Post #63
well no, because the spring sits a lot lower so the rim touches the spring Sad

*edit: this is on 17" et15:



=> about 2-3mm space there and the wheel is OFF the ground => 1-2mm space when ON the ground

and since the enkei's are et18, the wheel is 3mm closer to the coilover... well you can count... Angry

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Posted 22nd Apr 2010 at 03:27
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Post #64
Best sell them then LOL
Posted 22nd Apr 2010 at 04:06
simonjames

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Post #65
3mm spacer then Smile get them to ET15

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Posted 22nd Apr 2010 at 04:12
dragoon

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Post #66
and the lions as well? also et18 ...

I don't think so
I'd rather swap the coilovers back to the normal lowering springs (still got 35mm kw lying around)


Don't you think et15 is a bit tight Simon?
as you can see in the pics above

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Posted 22nd Apr 2010 at 04:13
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Post #67
How close would a normal suspension strut be?

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Posted 22nd Apr 2010 at 04:24
dragoon

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Post #68
Mmm, don't know...
How close are yours? Razz

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Posted 22nd Apr 2010 at 04:30
simonjames

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Post #69
5mm then take it further from the strut

i'm running ET12 on front ET10 rear on a ET15 wheel with a 3and5mm spacer

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Posted 22nd Apr 2010 at 04:34
dragoon

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Post #70
still enough 'lip' on the hub left with 5mm spacers?
don't want the wheel resting on the bolts..

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Posted 22nd Apr 2010 at 04:36
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Post #71
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Mmm, don't know...
How close are yours? Razz


I am putting the wheels back on this evening so will take a few snaps Thumbs up

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Posted 22nd Apr 2010 at 14:33
welshpug!

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Post #72
toooooo low Razz


standard lower spring pan wits above the tyre, not next to it LOL

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Posted 22nd Apr 2010 at 18:37
rallyestyle

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Post #73
It doesnt llok that low to me No Maybe 50mm Unsure

Surely if thats the case then its a terrible design floor from KW Dunno

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Posted 22nd Apr 2010 at 18:41
welshpug!

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Post #74
naah, it is too farking low Razz

Needs shorter springs and the spring pans winding up Thumbs up

by the looks of it the threads to carry on down the strut a hell of a lot more than say AST dampers.

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Posted 22nd Apr 2010 at 18:49
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Post #75
Ok, heres mine, sorry for the delay:









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