Aggressive Fitment Thread

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  1. Brian@Vossen

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    #31 [email protected], Apr 17, 2015
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    Here are a couple of different fitment options that we have ran on the S550. My first setup was the VFS1 with a 20x9.5 +25 up front and a 20x10.5 +45 in the rear with a 275/35/20 and 315/35/20 Toyo Proxes 4 Plus tires dropped on Eibach Pro-Kit springs. 2nd setup was the VFS2 with the same wheel/tire specs as the VFS1 and dropped on the Eibach Pro-Kit as well. The 3rd setup is the Vossen Forged VPS-302 and it is a 20x10 +30 up front and a 20x11 +48 in the rear. The first set of pictures of this setup was with my 275/35 & 315/35 tire setup dropped on Eibach Pro-Kit Springs and the 2nd set of pictures is when I lowered it even more with the Sportline Springs and changed the tires to a 275/30 & a 305/30. We are going to pushing the limits with the S550 by testing a 20x12 +50 on it on my next set so hoping for the best! Here are the different fitment options we have ran on my 2015.

    Vossen VFS1 - Eibach Pro-Kit Springs
    F: 20x9.5 +25 275/35/20
    R: 20x10.5 +45 315/35/20


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    Vossen VFS2 - Eibach Pro-Kit Springs
    F: 20x9.5 +25 275/35/20
    R: 20x10.5 +45 315/35/20


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    Vossen Forged VPS-302 - Eibach Pro-Kit Springs
    F: 20x10 +30 275/35/20
    R: 20x11 +48 315/35/20


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    Vossen Forged VPS-302 - Eibach Sportline Springs
    F: 20x10 +30 275/30/20
    R: 20x11 +48 305/30/20


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    Pro kit, Foose Outcast 20x8.5/10 with 275/35 and 305/35

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    Picture I found while Googling to see if there are that many "stanced" Mustangs....Not my style at all but enjoy the picture.

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    [​IMG]

    he's on bags tho
     
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    Very nice! Does it rub? Looks like it might. What happens when you go over a speed bump?
     
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    Oh god, I hate this look on cars. I mostly see it on Nissans and foreign cars. The wheels are turned in so far, they barely make contact with the ground and the tire is stretched so damn far it looks like it will lose its seal and deflate at any moment causing a huge accident. When I see these cars driving I can't help but think the drivers are assholes for putting everyone at risk on the road. But I'm guessing I'm probably wrong and the tires won't come unsealed that easily
     
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    From what I understand, that's just a rendering. Not someone's actual setup.

    NOW, "stance" as everyone keeps calling it, can be done to an extent where the car can still handle and perform adequately. Would I hit a road course with one? Probably not, but depends on the car and setup. You can still get more than enough contact with, let's say, -3 to -4* of camber. There will be some tucking wheel at that point for sure tho. My previous car was awd, on -3.5* and handled fine. It wasn't ideal, I could've pulled some camber out and easily had around -2.5*. Which is plentiful contact with the road to be sufficient. I do agree, that those cars you see rolling around with maxed camber and tiny rubber bands as tires is stupid AND dangerous.
     
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    Oh dear lord! Finally someone with black CF10's in 20's on a magnetic! YES, YES, YES! Please post more pics......LOTS!
     
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    Hasn't rubbed yet, and I have driven on some very rough Oklahoma back roads.
     
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    Anyone with a squared setup?? Preferably 285s all the way around?
     
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    What wheels are these please. Sorry if I missed it.
     
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    According to the "rules" I can't post my setup, as it's on stock springs.

    See sig for details. most aggressive setup posted yet... Just saying.
     
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    Lol! I'm confused. I thought the Steeda was 1" all around and the Eibach was 1" rear and 1.1 front.

    Anyway...maybe someone could do a thread similar to this thread and list all of the lowering set ups and their drops.
     
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    Does it REALLY matter if they're 1" or 1.1"? Lol. You will notice a difference of course, with the Sports tho.
     
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    Rays Gram Lights - 57Getter
     
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