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well i really hate myself for making a post like this, but i am curious if this setup can work. i have an 08 ms3. STOCK SUSPENSION (and staying that way) im looking into some 17x9 +45 wheels, probably rpf1s.

i was sort of inspired by this:
Black Enkei RPF1s

i don't want to do the same setup as him, because i want the same rims all around. i also will be staying on stock suspension because its my daily and potholes and shit blah blah. id like to slap some 255/40 gfg g-force kdw 2s

BFGoodrich—g-Force T/A KDW 2

I have no problem doing a fender roll and cutting tabs or whatever other type of body work, except not a crazy pull or anything, but i want to AVOID camber.

is this setup possible?

I did read many many threads to find the answer, but couldnt find the same setup as myself.

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You can match that setup easily. You can run all four wheels at +45 with an 8mm spacer on the front if you need it. Then you can still rotate tires.
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yes but the main thing is to avoid camber, i have no problem with rolling fenders and using spacers
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Not sure, start plugging numbers in here and bust out the tape measure to get a better idea.
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You are not going to get that look without lowering. End of story.
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You are not going to get that look without lowering. End of story.
He doesn't want the look. He wants traction. That's why he wants to avoid camber.
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He doesn't want the look. He wants traction. That's why he wants to avoid camber.
Then go with 245/40 and enjoy more contact patch? Plus, those KDW 2s run wide, so good luck.
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FEDERAL 595 RS-R Racing 235/40-17 (they run 5-10mm larger)

595 RS-R Racing - OnlineTires.com

FEDERAL 595 RS-R Racing 255/40-17 (they run 5-10mm larger)

or serious meat:

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I am running 18x8.5 et 48 with 245/40/18s on stock suspension:


You will rub the rear fenders and will need to get a spacer to clear the front struts.
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how can you tell how wide it is? are you basically saying that a 255 is different for each tire?
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how can you tell how wide it is? are you basically saying that a 255 is different for each tire?
Yes. The section width is measured at slightly different places by different manufacturers.


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Yes. The section width is measured at slightly different places by different manufacturers.


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ok so im thinking possibly doing a staggered setup. while it may look dumb, it will be much more functional. i want to get the widest possible tire for the rears without having to do camber (aggressive roll is perfectly fine) so im thinking possibly an 8.5 rim and 245 wheels and then very wire tires in the front. 9"rim still but maybe 265 or 275 if they fit. it wont look tooo terrible and may not even be noticable unless you really check.


i'm also looking for an idea for a good tire. id like great traction of course, but i also need to be able to drive in the rain. i know the bf g-force kdw2s are great in the rain, but the traction i heard is lacking...ideas?
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If you're curious, here's a picture I just took of 245/40/17 Hankook RS3s vs 265/40/17 Star Specs on my 17x9+35 RPF1s.



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If you're curious, here's a picture I just took of 245/40/17 Hankook RS3s vs 265/40/17 Star Specs on my 17x9+35 RPF1s.
do you have any pics on the car? hows fitment?
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We're figuring that out now. Due to the coils, I have to run an additional 8mm spacer to clear the lower spring perch, so my fitment will be quite different.





There is slight rubbing while turned, but I'm heat molding the fender liners to alleviate that.
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We're figuring that out now. Due to the coils, I have to run an additional 8mm spacer to clear the lower spring perch, so my fitment will be quite different.


There is slight rubbing while turned, but I'm heat molding the fender liners to alleviate that.
Hey bud quick question. What were you trying to accomplish with this setup? Are you gonna autocross with it or just street use? I have 2 new 245/40/17 rs3s that I might be selling. I have some ideas in my head. I think I might just go 265/35/18 rs3's all the way around or I have a few other ideas. Let me know if your interested or why u went with that setup. thakns
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Autocross only for the new tires. I'll be dailying the Volks and 245 RS3s now. I'm sure someone on here well take those Hankooks off your hands though
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Hey driver311 i recently saw a post from you and saw your previous street setup with the rpf1's. My goal for next summer is to run either 255/40/17 Potenza RE-11's on 17x9 +45 rpf1's with 5mm spacers up front as well, rolled rear fenders and a rear camber of -2.0...Or 245/40/17 Advan Neova AD08's on the same setup with 3mm spacers upfront.. Im also gonna be lowered with COBB springs and Koni yellow sports. Witch setup would i be more beneficial with in your experience and will i be ok in the front and rear running the first setup with 255's ??? It will be my first rodeo lowering and going that wide especially with 17's...
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FEDERAL 595 RS-R Racing 235/40-17 (they run 5-10mm larger)

595 RS-R Racing - OnlineTires.com

FEDERAL 595 RS-R Racing 255/40-17 (they run 5-10mm larger)

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I am running 18x8.5 et 48 with 245/40/18s on stock suspension:


You will rub the rear fenders and will need to get a spacer to clear the front struts.
these are actually real good tires. Thinking about getting these over the nt-05's now
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