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      03-17-2013, 03:49 PM   #11
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What exactly is making contact?
Not sure what you mean by "rear wheel hitting wing"?
Alex is Russian and English is not his first language. I think he means hitting the fender.

Alex - I am surprised you have rubbing based on your set up. I agree with chris s, maybe have an alignment done and try to get some more negative camber in the rear. as long as the inner barrel of the wheel is not hitting your caliper (and it shouldnt be with those wheels), your brakes will not be an issue.
Ok got it, thanks that makes more sense.
The FI's have a very aggressive offset on the rear, as these guys mentioned you need an alignment and additional negative camber on the rear to avoid rubbing with the 295 PS2's.
The wheels should be fine with the 380 brembos, is he saying the brakes are rubbing?
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