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Old 12-27-2018, 10:54 PM
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Nice job bud!

Love your Nardo spec too
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Old 12-28-2018, 02:33 AM
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I think it looks great. Wondering if theres a big difference if you just do the fronts
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Old 12-28-2018, 11:36 AM
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Originally Posted by JAhmed View Post
Car looks incredible!!!
thank you!!

Originally Posted by BlazinPond View Post
Nice job bud!

Love your Nardo spec too
Thank you!

Originally Posted by stephen k View Post
I think it looks great. Wondering if theres a big difference if you just do the fronts
Honestly if you are worried about messing with different tires, fronts only would be great. They push the wheels out nicely and matches the factory wheel to body on the rear perfectly . Fronts are much more burried than the rears.
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Originally Posted by porsche518 View Post
So in the end no net negative, and I agree it definitely looks better. Hmm maybe a set of BBS FI-R in gt3rs spec for the next mod.
To give you an idea of how that would look, this is the BBS FI-R in GT3RS fitment 20 x 9.5 and 21 x 12.5 on a .2 GT3 we did.... 265 30 20 and 325 25 21... car is pretty low too....


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Dieselino - car looks great. Couple questions please: were the RS wheels 991 gen 1 or 2 (does it matter?)?; did you re-use the center lock nuts from your 991.2 GT3 or did you purchase new centerlock nuts (do the RS wheels require different center lock nuts?). Thanks for sharing with us.
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Old 12-29-2018, 12:20 AM
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Originally Posted by Bruno Giacomelli View Post
Dieselino - car looks great. Couple questions please: were the RS wheels 991 gen 1 or 2 (does it matter?)?; did you re-use the center lock nuts from your 991.2 GT3 or did you purchase new centerlock nuts (do the RS wheels require different center lock nuts?). Thanks for sharing with us.
They are gen 1 wheels . It doesn't matter for fitment but the gen 2 wheels say GT3rs on the actual wheel, it is embossed in the wheel. I didn't want that . The Gen 1 wheels are the same design as the GT3 wheels. Center locks are the same, I reused them .
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Originally Posted by SupremePower View Post
To give you an idea of how that would look, this is the BBS FI-R in GT3RS fitment 20 x 9.5 and 21 x 12.5 on a .2 GT3 we did.... 265 30 20 and 325 25 21... car is pretty low too....

Hey Supreme,

any rubbing with that aggressive drop RS offset in the front?

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Hey Supreme,

any rubbing with that aggressive drop RS offset in the front?

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No rubbing but ride is a bit rougher w 30 series up front and 25 series in the rear....
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Thanks Supreme

Dieselino, the stock rear wheels are already flushed with the fender line. I would imagine your setup currently has a 5mm poke... do you have any pics taken directly behind the rear wheel to show how flush it sits?
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