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Old 10-06-2012, 04:10 PM   #551
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Old 10-06-2012, 06:32 PM   #552
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^^Are those Satounit's old RPF1's? Side skirts and the extensions really pull it all together
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Old 10-06-2012, 07:10 PM   #553
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No. My rpf1's are white now (when i sold them) because the purple was so ****ed up
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Old 10-06-2012, 07:24 PM   #554
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Soooooo I am having crazy thoughts .
I am wanting to see if I can get 18x10 0 offset to fit on the rear

I now have 18x10 +30 with 15mm spacers so +15 and have 5mm more space to the side of the quarter lip .
that's on stock 1.75 rear camber specs.

I am thinking so but just wanted to see what the thought was .
I am pretty sure 10mm extra can be cambered easy enough let me know your thoughts .

And I have all adjustable suspention and a airlift kit comming but I want more lip .
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Old 10-06-2012, 09:51 PM   #555
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Whatisfunction, that looks great.
Bottomline rears would just be icing on the cake.

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Soooooo I am having crazy thoughts .
I am wanting to see if I can get 18x10 0 offset to fit on the rear

I now have 18x10 +30 with 15mm spacers so +15 and have 5mm more space to the side of the quarter lip .
that's on stock 1.75 rear camber specs.

I am thinking so but just wanted to see what the thought was .
I am pretty sure 10mm extra can be cambered easy enough let me know your thoughts .

And I have all adjustable suspention and a airlift kit comming but I want more lip .
Depending on how much camber you're willing to run, I definitely think it's doable. You might need to go down a tire size, but I think with maybe an additional -2* camber, an extra 10mm is easy to add.
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Old 10-06-2012, 10:50 PM   #556
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Soooooo I am having crazy thoughts .
I am wanting to see if I can get 18x10 0 offset to fit on the rear

I now have 18x10 +30 with 15mm spacers so +15 and have 5mm more space to the side of the quarter lip .
that's on stock 1.75 rear camber specs.

I am thinking so but just wanted to see what the thought was .
I am pretty sure 10mm extra can be cambered easy enough let me know your thoughts .

And I have all adjustable suspention and a airlift kit comming but I want more lip .
I think it can be pulled off very well. You'll need to work with the camber and get some smaller tires for a little stretch. FYI, I have rolled rear fenders and semi rolled fronts. On 18x9.5et22 I had issues with 245/40/18 tires holding me up from getting low. I ended up with going with 215/40/18 just to get the clearance I wanted without the major camber adjustments.
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Old 10-07-2012, 06:37 AM   #557
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Can I see more trunk setups please...
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Old 10-07-2012, 10:35 PM   #558
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My Turn.

Introducing the First ever 07 Limited STI #534, bagged!

Big thanks to Andrew over at ORT and Jeremy over at Airlift for hooking me up!

and yes, i need rims, and I need to fix my front grill (got hit by a tire).. Other then that, enjoy my own take on making this Custom.















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Old 10-07-2012, 10:36 PM   #559
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And Interior Pics.











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Old 10-07-2012, 10:47 PM   #560
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WOW! That looks so clean. Very nice job on the install and I cannot wait to see what wheels you have in store for her. Great work.
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Old 10-07-2012, 11:34 PM   #561
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looking good! dont even worry about rims, maybe get spacers so it looks more aggressive? BBS's can look great if done correctly...IMO

either way, jealous of your bags cant wait to do mine!
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Old 10-08-2012, 04:13 AM   #562
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WOW! That looks so clean. Very nice job on the install and I cannot wait to see what wheels you have in store for her. Great work.
Thanks bro! I will be going with a very aggressive fitment... With that said, i still have some suspension work to do before I can get my wheels... I hope by the end of next year.
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Old 10-08-2012, 04:21 AM   #563
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looking good! dont even worry about rims, maybe get spacers so it looks more aggressive? BBS's can look great if done correctly...IMO

either way, jealous of your bags cant wait to do mine!
THX Bro. Yea, I was thinking of using spacers, but then Id have to roll my fenders. I have a set of flares at home, those will be going on as soon as i can get rims, and then I will be cutting my fenders.
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Old 10-08-2012, 08:42 AM   #564
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Old 10-08-2012, 08:51 AM   #565
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anything for brz?
I can provide a bolt-up kit for the BRZ, shoot me a PM


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Soooooo I am having crazy thoughts .
I am wanting to see if I can get 18x10 0 offset to fit on the rear

I now have 18x10 +30 with 15mm spacers so +15 and have 5mm more space to the side of the quarter lip .
that's on stock 1.75 rear camber specs.

I am thinking so but just wanted to see what the thought was .
I am pretty sure 10mm extra can be cambered easy enough let me know your thoughts .

And I have all adjustable suspention and a airlift kit comming but I want more lip .

You can definitely compensate for that with camber. I use H&R camber bolts, they make adjustments SUPER easy. I picked up mine from the folks at Perrin. Kevin with the silver bagged Subie on BBS RS' is running 17x10 all the way around on his '05. Since you did a wide-body conversion, all that extra meat added to the body isn't reflected in suspension/drivetrain geometry (i.e. axle length) so you gain that extra width to be used for a wider wheel, or more wheel concavity.

With camber bolts and Air Lift camber plates you can likely get about 6+ degrees of negative camber

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Can I see more trunk setups please...
Here's a few

Our E92's very minimalist setup (everything is tucked away)


A few installs by Drew Dorbritz....




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Old 10-08-2012, 09:16 AM   #566
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jvsoundwave- looks great, nice clean trunk install. keep up the good work! Some new wheels will look good on there, however, i'm not always huge on the flush/stanced all the time, and i think it looks good still on the stock wheels.


jealous of all your limited items.
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Old 10-08-2012, 09:17 AM   #567
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MoeJDM- looks amazing. super clean. only thing i would do is headlights, either clear, or maybe black housings. either way, keep up the good work!
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Old 10-08-2012, 09:22 AM   #568
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jvsoundwave- looks great, nice clean trunk install. keep up the good work! Some new wheels will look good on there, however, i'm not always huge on the flush/stanced all the time, and i think it looks good still on the stock wheels.


jealous of all your limited items.
Thanks Buddy! I think you are right, My stocks are pretty nice wheels as they are. Ill enjoy this setup for awhile before I throw on diffent wheels.
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Old 10-08-2012, 10:19 AM   #569
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My 05 sti. She's fast too
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Old 10-08-2012, 10:44 AM   #570
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^Looks awesome! Specs?
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Old 10-08-2012, 10:56 AM   #571
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^Looks awesome! Specs?
18x8.5 +22 works vs xx. Rolled fenders. Bag riders v2 setup. E85 30r 400whp. Chargespeed skirts and spats. I forget the name of the front lip and rear window vayne.
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Old 10-08-2012, 11:55 AM   #572
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Front needs to be lower
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Old 10-08-2012, 11:59 AM   #573
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Front needs to be lower
In that pic my axle is on the frame. I really don't want to notch.
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Old 10-08-2012, 12:01 PM   #574
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More pictures please of the vs xx .
Lips sizes ?
Looks great I am so on the ropes about running a set of those .

thanks for the info I was hoping to use some meat
I figured I could camber it but I also want to find the line between useful and crazy .
The biggest issue is I live in no where land and I have to go off of measurments and my own imagination .

The conversion I did left my 18x9.5 38 offset grid setup not filling the rear gap at all .
I gained 2.5 inches of rear wheel well atleast maybe more.
Front 2" ish

Right now I have a square setup 18x10 +30 and had to add 15mm to the rear and could have ran a 20mm on my stock camber and not rub .

So now I am trying to figure out a good offset slash width slash tire size .

I opened up a can of worms .
To get aggressive I am looking at 18x10 +0 on rear 18x10 +20 front
My car is not of this earth lmfao .

Thanks
For the help also
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Old 10-08-2012, 12:34 PM   #575
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More pictures please of the vs xx .
Lips sizes ?
Looks great I am so on the ropes about running a set of those .

thanks for the info I was hoping to use some meat
I figured I could camber it but I also want to find the line between useful and crazy .
The biggest issue is I live in no where land and I have to go off of measurments and my own imagination .

The conversion I did left my 18x9.5 38 offset grid setup not filling the rear gap at all .
I gained 2.5 inches of rear wheel well atleast maybe more.
Front 2" ish

Right now I have a square setup 18x10 +30 and had to add 15mm to the rear and could have ran a 20mm on my stock camber and not rub .

So now I am trying to figure out a good offset slash width slash tire size .

I opened up a can of worms .
To get aggressive I am looking at 18x10 +0 on rear 18x10 +20 front
My car is not of this earth lmfao .

Thanks
For the help also
The lips are 2.5 inches. I run full camber off the camber plates in the rear. I have a business cards width between the lip of the wheel and my fender. I'm not sure how many degrees it is but not much. I can still drive this like an sti was meant to. The wheels are fs too .

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