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I've been "Outlawed"! (Magnus content)

After 6 weeks of waiting I finally got my wheels bolted up the car. This time around I opted for the Outlaw 52 wheels from 1552 Designs who collaborated with Magnus Walker to design. As much as I question Magnus' antics and general marketing ploys these wheels provided a nice update to the Fuch design. My particular wheels 17x9 et11 and 17x11 et-19 on a '80 SC with turbo flares. Tires are Yokohama S.Drives in 245/40 and 275/40 sizes. Fit is good, no rubbing, but with the 275's I probably could have gone to an et-30 or so. I have some 12mm spacers for the rear I'm going to try out.

Edit: Put them on this weekend, the last 3 photos are with the 12mm spacers on the rear. It's a perfect fit with these tires. That would make it et-31 on the rear.

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Very, very nice!
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Nice looking car! I like the turbo flares and duck tail combo.

The wheels give the fuchs design a new spin, not sure I like them (seen far worse for sure...), but they do offer a different look.
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Your car always looks great.

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Very nice
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wheel/stance looks great
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nice car and rims look very cool.
need a set for my turbo look.
I like the tire sizes, same as we ran on our 911 track cars with a close ratio trans.
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nice! I've been eyeing these up as well, only thing holding me back is the super weak Canadian dollar at the moment, haha. Do you have your fenders rolled? tosion bars or coilovers? stance looks very dialed in.
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Looks fn awesome!!!!
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nice! I've been eyeing these up as well, only thing holding me back is the super weak Canadian dollar at the moment, haha. Do you have your fenders rolled? tosion bars or coilovers? stance looks very dialed in.
Torsion bars. No rolled fenders. No rubbing. Car was corner balanced a while back. I'm actually not very happy with how it sits. Too much difference side to side. Once I decide on if I'm changing the bumpers and if I'm removing the AC I'll get it re-adjusted accordingly.
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Torsion bars. No rolled fenders. No rubbing. Car was corner balanced a while back. I'm actually not very happy with how it sits. Too much difference side to side. Once I decide on if I'm changing the bumpers and if I'm removing the AC I'll get it re-adjusted accordingly.
backdating? or IROC?
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Beautiful 911, and the wheels look very cool on it.

They don't look outlaw to me but rather happy hippie flower. I think of a Beetle or Bus with painted flowers when i see them.

I've noticed this trend in wheels and it's a smart adaptation to the classic F wheel.
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Awesome car not so sure about the rims
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Nice wheels, I'm glad I could do my part to help you get them...lol...


They do look like flower petals now that you mention it Fixer.....


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Putting the "sick" in your handle, Scott! Nicely done. They look fantastic. I've always liked those wheels. Gives me some inspiration. Thanks for the specs too. That will help when I upgrade my wheels.
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They look great !
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backdating? or IROC?
I love the look of a long hood but I'd rather a ST replica than a RSR look car from that era. So IF I do it it'll be an IROc tribute. Problem then is interior and I'd rather keep it closer to stock than a race car layout.

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