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Kiespen

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Hey chaps... sorry to rehash old ground, but Im looking at some new wheels and just a few questions, hope someone can clear it up.
Im looking at 2 wheels
- Sparco assetto gara 19 x 8.0, this is the easie option, as I can just swap the tyres straight over and I know it will work as its the same size as whats on there now.
OR - TEC speed AS2 19 x 8.5, now from what Ive read, Ill need new tyres for these as the eagle F1s I currently have on wont fit, but the Michelin PS4s will. Which is fine, I wanted the Michelins anyway lol, just couldnt justify 瞿500 when I have plenty of tread on the f1s, but Im worried about clearance. With 235/35/19 tyres on the 8.5 wheel, will I have enough clearance on stock suspension? Does anyone have any experience?
Thanks all!
 

Bu11eT

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OR - TEC speed AS2 19 x 8.5, now from what Ive read, Ill need new tyres for these as the eagle F1s I currently have on wont fit, but the Michelin PS4s will. Which is fine, I wanted the Michelins anyway lol, just couldnt justify 瞿500 when I have plenty of tread on the f1s, but Im worried about clearance. With 235/35/19 tyres on the 8.5 wheel, will I have enough clearance on stock suspension? Does anyone have any experience?
Thanks all!
These will fit with both tires just fine. I've got the Eagle F1 on a 8.5 Rim with 20mm springs and it fits without issue.
 
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Nuggets88

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Hey all,

will this clear without issues?
245/40/18 8.5j ET48

Car is stock now, but might add 15-20mm lowering coils.
 

Nuggets88

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the rim will fit without issue, on the tire side I am not sure, I guess it depends on how well the tire you are planning to run would stretch.
thanks for the heads up, is ET 50 a safer bet or would it also vary with the tire?

Planning on the Goodyear F1 SS
 

PeterP

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Just fit some Autec Wizard 8,0x18 - ET45 with the new Bridgestone Potenza Sport after 31k km with the pirellis and OEM rims.
The car feels better now, better handling, better cornering, much more confortable on speed bumps...
I will post a couple of photos soon.
I heard for the price range those Bridgestones are supposed to be pretty good :D
 

PeterP

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I've had them for a week, but pretty happy so far. And cheaper than a set of Michelin PS4 (maybe for a reason :rolleyes:)
I have PS4S atm but probably this season is the last one they will last, since the edges are almost gone for fronts and backs. And on tyrereview i saw that the Bridgestones have goten some good compliments so far here they are around 35 per tyre cheaper than the michelins.
 

loafer-N77

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List on first page updated.

Please note guys that we just take any info you put in this thread at face value.
This is a good guide but do you own due diligence with checking first!

I've also deleted the "Poll" option from the thread as it was clearly a great idea and it was at 100% :D. Don't think we need that anymore.
 

Jns_i30N

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  • Hyundai OEM Rim - 8,0x19 - ET55 - 13,1kg
  • Hyundai N Perfomance - 8,0x19 - ET55 - ?.?kg
I think that is wrong.
The OEM Rim also can be on the normal N 7.5Jx18 ET53.

 

loafer-N77

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OEM wheel listing updated/clarified.

Edit: Also please try and find the wheel weight info wherever possible. We pretty much know what wheel sizes are good, weight is very crucial too.
 
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