Originally Posted by JEllis
Yeah but the car was designed for 20's, tested on 20's, raced on 20's, and they even play a roll in the many electronic aides. The M3 was designed and tested on 18's and 19's...
+1, as well the GT-R is a BIG car. Wide, long, and heavy. These and the factors above all come into play. Just like 19s are fine for the E92 M3 they would not be great for an E36 M3, 20s are more about show than go for the E92 M3.
Don't do the 20s Jason! How is the car? Time for a mini SD meet!