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Hi guys, looking for some help again! my 944 has been running great since i rebuilt the engine in the summer months, however i still have a vibration through the engine which i need to rectify,but here is my question, my car is an 83 model and i have bought some cup 1 alloys with a 55mm offset what spacers will i need?, i tried a rear it seemed to fit ok but the front,s will need sorting, also the car is booked in for a respray next week and for the bodywork to be sorted, will post some b4 and after pics, thanks, as always for your help
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Ok the set up I used to fit 17s on were, 1in spacers all around and I removed the orig spacers that came with the car in the rear and its worked for me just fine....email if you have any more questions....I can take some pictures if it helps any-chris


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Since you said you just rebuilt the engine, I would verify that the balance shafts were timed properly. Is there a certain RPM where the vibration is worse? Also, how was your clutch disk?
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