Who's got those wide rears on a lowered S550?

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    Looking to set up a set of track rears.
    What are some of you guys running and what's your experiences? What's the widest you've been able to fit?

    Thinking 19x11 (maybe 11.5) with some 315/30/19 tires.

    Pics are always appreciated
     
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    i have 19x10 fronts with 285/35R19 and a 19x11 rear with 325/30r19. the rears poke just a tiny bit but it's nothing major.

    i've had them on for almost 35k miles and has never rubbed once

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    I have the same setup, also no rubbing. 20200131_172202.jpg 20200311_103811_HDR.jpg 20200331_160806.jpg 20200331_160820.jpg 20200331_160828.jpg
     
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    #4 Bnewell101, Apr 13, 2020
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    Nice. Judging by the pics I'm thinking 325 might be too wide for me, as I'm lowered about 1". Wondering if anyone has a good 305 setup being lowered. Might have to stick with 275
     
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    That's insane lol how many miles have you been able to put on it so far? Still stock height I'm assuming?
    The trouble with offset is in already inside my wheel well so little room for movement each wat IMG_20200413_175515.jpg
     
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    I have many miles on it without issue and my ride is slammed on sportlines. 43F9D287-AD95-41B3-BECF-EE4B0546EF59.jpeg B2D64218-6046-4955-9402-E488638EAC87.jpeg
     
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    285/35-19's on19x10 on the front with a 1" drop and 305/30-19's on `19x11 with a 3/4" drop in the rear. No issues at all. 20200104_205818.jpg
     
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    I have same with konis. With how close everything fits in surprised you didn't have any issues at compression, that's some fitment for sure.
    I think overall (other than the massive wheel) we float along the same line, my original thought was 19x11 with NT05Rs 305/30 or 305/35 on 18's.
    I'll be dragging so that's my main consideration, these will be my drag tires
     
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    Steeda Dual Rate Springs & Nitto High-Performance NT555 G2 Tires 275/35-20 and 315/35-20.

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    PS4S 325/30R19 on the back on 19x11 SVE R357. Lowered .75. No rubbing, but it is CLOSE! 2901951.jpg
     
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    19x11 +52 square set up with 305/30/19 SC2's. I used to run the RE-71R last season but Im trying something new this season...If we even have one.
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    All Steeda suspension and it drives/handles like a 911's worst nightmare (check the build thread).
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    I can get past a -3° camber on the fronts thanks to a recent shock tower mod. You didn't mention anything about the front but you'll quickly learn that camber is your friend on-track.
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    I run 305's x 20 on 10" Shelby cs 70 wheels lowered 1.5" in the rear new 2.JPG IMG_0654.JPG
     
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    I need some advise. i am having hard time finding tires combinations for my setup (20 x 9.5 / 20 x 10.5), especially for the rears.

    I separated Michelin 4PS on 305/35/20 and was told that they are discontinued after 2 months. Will a 315/35 fit without any poke or should i go lower on 295/35 which match better the OEM diameter? Suspension is OEM at the moment.

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    I, Personally, wouldn't do a 315 on a 10.5. You'll probably have a lot of bulge and that would be performance prohibitive. Poke is subjective to offset and tire, not just tire.

    However if you just drive in a straight line you'll probably be fine.

    Your call.
     
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