SVE vs MRR GT350 wheels...

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    But positive camber is BAD. You need more negative camber for handling, which makes the strut clearance worse if using camber bolts.
     
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    Haha, happens to the best of us. I walk around the house sometimes looking for my keys when they are in my hands lol :headbonk:
     
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    True, and we get that...BUT what he could do, is add camber using a camber bolt to kick the wheel out and provide the clearance needed between the wheel and the strut and then put negative camber back in using camber plates for handling. Seen it done on a 315 square setup already with NO spacers!! Yikes!!
     
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    Yeah, I just called. Took a moment but they confirmed that the wheel will come out about 1/4" plus whatever the tire sticks out. My jaw hit the floor when I saw 11.5" on the SVE's.

    To be fair though, MMR figured out how to put 11.5" in the back of a GT. Probably a smaller audience but none the less something that they have accomplished.
     
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    Yeah, kinda figured...but 19x11/11.5 would be one heck of a setup on a GT!!
     
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    SVE vs MRR


    what size tires?
     
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    I just got my MRR M350s installed today.

    I went 19x10 square with 275/40 MPSS. I'm on BMR SP089/SP082 springs. I could not have fit any wider of a tire in the front without hitting the strut. Clearance everywhere is still just fine.


    I got caught in one of the worst downpours I've seen in years on the way home. :( Full pics coming later once the car is cleaned again. IMG_20170613_104450879_HDR.jpg
     
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    can't wait to see it...i'm thinking about that wheel/tire combo as well.
     
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    Full pics IMG_20170616_072107029 - Copy.jpg IMG_20170616_072114836_2.jpg
     
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    . How about a side shot...
     
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    Here is the closest I have. I'll grab a full side shot next time it's out of the garage. IMG_20170616_084213040_HDR1231231.jpg
     
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    thanx.
     
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    how much space is between the front strut?...you get a full turn, right?
     
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