You definitely can, and it’s a sick track wheel. Problem being if you damage one, you’ve significantly raised the cost of repair. Not to mention you still will have issues with a lack of brake caliper clearance and scratching up those sweet ass ceramic coated barrels and red calipers.I agree that the R replica Vibe Motorsport ($4,600) and the Signature Reserved SV902 ($5k) are probably much better than the Project6GR wheel ($1,800) but I could spend a little more and get an extra set of OEM CF wheels so I have a street set and a track set.
Good point! I never uncheck the "watch this thread" or the "and receive email notifications" boxes when I am the thread starter (or even most of the time when I reply to one) but it makes sense that, as much as some people are on here and posting, that they would, so thanks!