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Wheels Alloys on cars with pics thread

BoyRacerN

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have been a bit slacking taking some pics.....but i finally got my Koya SF13's and Michelin PS4's put on the other week. The all black just looks way better imo than the two tone rims from factory. the place that did it buggered them up and forgot to put the TPMS on even though i told them 3 times, classic.

i'm not sure if something else has been stuffed up but i think i might need to take them back. I'm finding way more pull, like as in i never experienced any pull when putting down the throttle previously. I took a corner not even that fast after a set of lights and I was in 2nd gear and it pulled me hard to the right i actually had to actively steer back to where i should have been. this has happened maybe two or so times apart from that, the other times have been on uneven/bad roads but still i never had this issue with the pzero's. plus these are roads i go on all the time.

anyone else experienced less stable steering (probs a better term available) with the PS4's?
 

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tsaifood

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have been a bit slacking taking some pics.....but i finally got my Koya SF13's and Michelin PS4's put on the other week. The all black just looks way better imo than the two tone rims from factory. the place that did it buggered them up and forgot to put the TPMS on even though i told them 3 times, classic.

i'm not sure if something else has been stuffed up but i think i might need to take them back. I'm finding way more pull, like as in i never experienced any pull when putting down the throttle previously. I took a corner not even that fast after a set of lights and I was in 2nd gear and it pulled me hard to the right i actually had to actively steer back to where i should have been. this has happened maybe two or so times apart from that, the other times have been on uneven/bad roads but still i never had this issue with the pzero's. plus these are roads i go on all the time.

anyone else experienced less stable steering (probs a better term available) with the PS4's?
This sounds like a steering angle sensor issue, there's some other topics floating around this forum as well as i30n facebook groups reporting the same thing
 

BoyRacerN

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not necessarily. I personally experienced it on stock wheels, and it went away after I went to 18"s.
@BoyRacerN, try turning off lane keeping assist and see if it comes back
yeah i've got that turned off. we are back in lockdown (melb) so once we are out i will give hyundai a call and drop it in. bit annoying tho, now i dont feel confident putting the power down as much
 

Shadow-Flo

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Bit more than dead flush. I bet on scrubbing when you lock the steering on full travel. Good example why this combination often can't get acceptance at the german TüV. How accurate are the austrian guys.
Good looking anyway!
 
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NULLOBANDITO

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Bit more than dead flush. I bet on scrubbing when you lock the steering on full travel. Good example why this combination often can't get acceptance at the german TüV. How accurate are the austrian guys.
Good looking anyway!
I'll have to take a closer look today, but chances are that I'll get them accepted, since someone in Austria managed to get that wheel/tire dimension combo accepted on their i30N already.
 

nyhok

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MSW 85 - 18x8J ET45, stock suspension and brakes with Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymetric 5 - 225/40 R18 92Y
Best alternative I've seen to the OZ Hyper GT HLT and over half the price per wheel ;)

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NULLOBANDITO

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Bit more than dead flush. I bet on scrubbing when you lock the steering on full travel. Good example why this combination often can't get acceptance at the german TüV. How accurate are the austrian guys.
Good looking anyway!
Drove a bit again, even some full-lock corners (parking garage) and so far no scrubbing from what I can tell. Let's just hope everything goes okay with TÜV, they're quite picky here.
 

PORKY15

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I was going to swap rims when I bought mine but have decided I do not mind the factory ones after all, may decide to go with the new ones on the 2021 model when I see a car in a show room which could be quite a while now as I believe Hyundai have lengthy delays.3.jpg2.jpg
 

Clemet

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Hmmm, this wheel business is hard. I love the look of those Momo Revenge wheels, but Norwegian laws say you cannot increase the outer position by more than 7.5mm per wheel...

Stock ones are 8J ET55, Which means, if I have understood everything correctly, if I want to stick with 19" wheels, I will have to find something that is 8J ET48 or greater, or 8.5J ET54 or greater.

Not a lot of options there...
Exceptions can be approved with TUV papers, but not very easy to know which ones have that for this specific car.
 
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