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Old 03-31-2020, 12:55 PM   #601
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are the 2020 STI wheels the same as previous models? I only saw the previous model but noted as size 19x8.5...i thought they were 19x9.5?
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Old 03-31-2020, 01:15 PM   #602
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are the 2020 STI wheels the same as previous models? I only saw the previous model but noted as size 19x8.5...i thought they were 19x9.5?
To all appearances (correct me if I'm wrong if anybody knows otherwise), the 2020 STI wheels are the same as the 2018-2019 ones with the exception of a machined finish on some spokes. Looks like they even just mildly photoshopped last year's photos for the 2020 gallery.

Specs seem the same otherwise. Although maybe that machining shaves off a negligible amount of weight

S209 gets wider wheels. But only 9" according to page 1 of this thread and the Subaru website, not 9.5.
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Old 04-01-2020, 09:34 PM   #603
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Yes, cosmetic differences are what stands the separates the 2020 from the previous years.
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Old 04-04-2020, 10:56 PM   #604
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Default I need help figuring out how much my OEM 17" wheels weigh for my 2012 OB 3.6R

OK, I have definitely scoured this thread and, unless I missed it, I can't for the life of me, find weight info for these rims, they're 17", came stock on my 2012 Outback 3.6R. The reason is, I am looking at a set of BRZ rims that will fit and want to know if there's an unsprung weight savings. Am I just missing the stats for this wheel in this thread? I'd like to shave off some weight if possible, from the wheels because I am getting some beefier AT tires.
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Old 04-04-2020, 11:05 PM   #605
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BRZ wheels are definitely lighter.
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Old 05-14-2020, 09:01 PM   #606
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Check all over this thread and canít find anything about it but this are OEM Enkei Wheels out of a 2019 WRX with Brembo option, I test them on a 2012 STI and have a bit more then 1/8 of and inch so about 3.5MM of clearance. Tight fitment but no rubbing at all, also the rear Brembo brakes have so much free room that didnít bother to take pictures



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Old 05-15-2020, 08:57 AM   #607
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Dan, awesome thread! Thanks for doing the research and putting it all in one place. I came here looking for stock specs for a 2006 WRX Wagon and noticed the specs listed here are different than what is on the fastwrx.com site.

I checked the door plate on my car and it says the stock tire size is 215/45R17. Can you confirm if the backspacing is +55 or +53?

Thanks! When the storefront opens again I'll be sure to swing by and do some impulse shopping.

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2006-07 WRX
Size: 17x7"
Offset: +55
Bolt pattern: 5x100
Wheel Weight: 21.0 lbs (Mach V shipping scale)
OEM-equipped tire size: 215/45R17

https://www.fastwrx.com/pages/subaru...el-information

2006-2008 WRX wheels:

Bolt pattern: 5x100
Centerbore: 56.1mm
Wheel size: 17 x 7.0"
Offset: 53mm
Stock tire: 205/50R17
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Old 05-15-2020, 11:09 AM   #608
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Check all over this thread and can’t find anything about it but this are OEM Enkei Wheels out of a 2019 WRX with Brembo option, I test them on a 2012 STI and have a bit more then 1/8 of and inch so about 3.5MM of clearance. Tight fitment but no rubbing at all, also the rear Brembo brakes have so much free room that didn’t bother to take pictures
This is interesting because it appears Subaru made a running change on this wheel design. When this style first came out in 2018, it did NOT clear four-piston Brembos. Now (2019 model year and later), it DOES.

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Dan, awesome thread! Thanks for doing the research and putting it all in one place.


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I came here looking for stock specs for a 2006 WRX Wagon and noticed the specs listed here are different than what is on the fastwrx.com site.

...Can you confirm if the backspacing is +55 or +53?
+55.

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