RPF1s!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Mazdaspeed 3/6 Wheels & Tires' started by GE3K@Hypnotictuning, Feb 10, 2016.

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  1. alexwlwsn

    alexwlwsn Gold Member

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    At this slightly lowered height with a 245/45r17 on a 17x9 +45 RPF1 I never rubbed with people in the back. Even squatting doing a pull with passengers, no rub. Just a slight roll in the rear too.

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    Good to know. For some reason, I am really drawn to the 17x9 RPF1 look on the Speeds. Might be a setup I will try in the future, but I still need to upgrade my suspension first.
     
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    I sat pretty low on my rpf1s with 245/40 and never rubbed once even when I had ppl in the rear. Though my suspension is pretty stiff
     
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    225/45/17 Toyo Proxes on 17×9 45 with BC BR coilovers on stock set up and 5.5 spacers front and rear from Carquest. I am looking to change this set up especially the spacers. I know majority go with JBR 5mm spacers but looking to see what other companies would be good for this set up.
     
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    225 tire seems to be small for that width, why not a 245 or at least 235.
     
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    17 x 9, +35 up front, +45 in the rear, (i have 2 full sets)
    255/40/17 RE71R tires
    No spacers required, no rubbing up front, minor rubbing in the rear when theres alot of weight back there
    this is my street/track setup, no rubbing on track under any load yet
    lowered on ST coilovers
    3* of camber up front thanks to corksport camber plates


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