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Old 01-23-2013, 06:38 PM   #26
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Could you print out the templates for Stoptech, and maybe Brembo for their 6-pot brake caliper and see if these will fit under the 18x9.5 and then report back to us? This is the motor sports thread afterall
Sure. Got a hyperlink to that?

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Old 01-24-2013, 12:21 AM   #27
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Ok.

For AP racing try this link and then go to downloads for the PDF:
http://www.apracing.com/product_deta...32mm_disc.aspx

Here is the link for Stoptech. Same thing, look for the PDF link. I can also email you the PDF files.
http://stoptech.com/Search/Product-D...Ti/BigBrakeKit

I can't dig out a template for Brembo yet. Same thing with Willowood.
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Old 01-24-2013, 02:07 AM   #28
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Dan. You sell the Brembo GT 6-pot, do you have them around to test fit?
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Old 01-24-2013, 12:17 PM   #29
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Ok.

For AP racing try this link and then go to downloads for the PDF:...

Here is the link for Stoptech....

I can't dig out a template for Brembo yet. Same thing with Willowood.
The AP and Stoptech 355mm six-pot kits fit the 18x9.5" Wicked Awesome.









They do not fit inside the 17x9 Awesome wheel.

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Dan. You sell the Brembo GT 6-pot, do you have them around to test fit?
Sorry, I don't keep those laying around.

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Old 01-24-2013, 12:51 PM   #30
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Dan:

Thank you so much for taking the time to measure those out! That rules. What a nice set-up that would be, eh?

So, now my goal is: 18x9.5 with the great 42+ off-set to keep inner clearance the same for my year STi. Then run a 275/35 with a 6-pot front and 4-pot rear set-up. Also, looking say at the Toyo R888, the ideal wheel size for the 275/35 is indeed a 9.5 with a range of 9-11.

Thanks again, Dan.

PS-maybe post up this information in the Wheel/Tire forum, too. I know there are others that like to/want to run a 6-pot up front.
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Old 01-30-2013, 10:15 AM   #31
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Also, looking say at the Toyo R888, the ideal wheel size for the 275/35 is indeed a 9.5 with a range of 9-11.
In general, the ideal size for any 275/35R18 is going to be 9.5".

Looks like this!



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PS-maybe post up this information in the Wheel/Tire forum, too. I know there are others that like to/want to run a 6-pot up front.
Good idea. Done.

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Old 01-30-2013, 11:47 AM   #32
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Very cool. And if people are clever and do the math, at least for the GR STi, they will see the height of a 245/40R18 and 275/35R18 is nearly identical (25.6" vs. 25.7" diameter). Why does this matter? Well, for me who runs a daily driver wheels and track set-up it means I don't have to think much about suspension height/alignment going from one set-up to the other. I just commit to an alignment and accept what that will do to daily driven tires and go. Can't ask for much more from a weekend track warrior.

Well, I am saving my money and hope to spring on some of these soon...in black...b/c race pads dust bad

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Old 09-19-2013, 06:47 PM   #33
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18x9.5" now available in gold. Not that we Motorsports-y people care about appearances...



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Old 09-19-2013, 10:04 PM   #34
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18x11 +22 5x100 perfect for 315's??????? I know, I know. I'm the only one who wants a set. Calling CCW
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Actually Greg, I'd love a set of 18x11 +22 in 5x114.3. The only ones I've found that are reasonable and light are the Forgestar F14's. If someone wanted to make one that was around 20 lbs though, I'd be down (assuming less than Volk prices).
Any comments on this, or possibilities of something being made?
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Old 09-19-2013, 10:05 PM   #35
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18x9.5" now available in gold. Not that we Motorsports-y people care about appearances...
Poop brown or nothing!
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Old 09-20-2013, 12:29 AM   #36
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So, why do the 18x9.5 in 5x114 have 73mm center bores, but the 5x100's have 56mm? Any way to get the 5x100's in 73mm center bore?
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So, why do the 18x9.5 in 5x114 have 73mm center bores, but the 5x100's have 56mm? Any way to get the 5x100's in 73mm center bore?
Because many 5x114 cars have larger centerbores than Subaru, but few 5x100 cars do. I don't even know if it is possible to have a 73mm centerbore on a 5x100 wheel -- the center would be getting awfully close to the lug holes.

What exactly are you trying to fit these on? The only other common 5x100 cars I know of are VW's, Neons (57.1mm bore), and some Toyotas, most of which have 54mm bore.

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Old 09-20-2013, 02:41 PM   #38
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'04 STI. My current 17" sets of wheels are all 5x100 with a 73mm CB. I use a higher offset (the same 42mm) and use longer studs/10mm spacers up front. Both sets of spacers I have are hub-centric at 56 and wheel centric at 73. I was looking at 18's because I need a 1-inch taller option and was looking to keep using my front spacers for the track width.

There are a few Rotas and a few Enkeis I can get in 18x9.5, 5x100, 73 CB, but it's nice to have options. I was just curious why the Awesomes had that limitation.
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Old 09-20-2013, 03:08 PM   #39
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I was looking at 18's because I need a 1-inch taller option and was looking to keep using my front spacers for the track width.
I see.

I can't make the wheel bore larger, but I can sell you Mach V 10mm 56mm/56mm spacers.

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