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JimCulp JimCulp is offline
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You might want to consider a 255/45 on a 9" wheel on the front if you are doing 11/315 on th back. You will have additional steering effort at low speeds with the 255, but when speeds increase I think you might have too much understeer with that 235 setup. I run 255's on a 9" wheel and I just finished my first trackday with that setup- I was very pleased with the cars handling and it didn't wash out on slow turns or push. Just something to think about.

I would also recommend a 6mm front spacer to push the front out closer to the edge of the wheel wells. If you do the spacers, you might as well change out the wheel studs to 6mm longer too (while you're in there). It's not mandatory, but it's a nice safety issue to maintain all your threads on the nuts.
Old 04-21-2008, 04:09 PM
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