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Well it's been a long wait but they arrived yesterday so I took a day off work and headed down to California Wheels in San Jose.

All I can say is that I am very happy with how they turned out :biggrin:

Rennen R8 concave with 4 inch rear lip and I think 2 or 2.5 inch in front.

I think I may need a small spacer upfront for a flush look like the rear.






 

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Nice wheels. The rears are aggressive so to match the fronts you probably want to get a spacer that will put the front wheels at a 0 offset or a +5 if you want to be a little conservative.
 

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Nice looking wheels ;)
 

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Can't wait to see them in person this weekend!
 

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You definitely need a spacer in the front, otherwise they look awesome! Love what you've done with your beast. Just out of curiosity why 19" instead of 20"?
 

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Thanks guys, she is slowly coming together. I just ordered a set of spacers for the fronts so that should clean it up all up.

I stuck with 19s only becuase I really did not see any advantage going bigger, 19's looked fine with me when I dropped the car on H&R springs and now that I have KW V3 coilovers it matters even less for me to go bigger. That's just me though.

AngelSlayer- Yes see you in a few days....:M5thumbs:
Also received good news from RPi, they have an oil cooler for me so on with a stage 2 tune :biggrinbounce:
 
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