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      05-29-2011, 07:53 PM   #1
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Pics of my MORRvs8.2's Sig silver

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Just installed Signature Silvers. They are mounted on 245/35/19 Front and 275/35/19's on the back. Car is lowered on H&R's. At first I didn't have spacers but after looking at it I felt it needed them just because I love that wide stance. So I put H&R 12mm on the front and 10mm on the back. I think this setup is perfect! No rubbing at all. Thanks to Andy and Carlos at MORR who have been terrific! Please let me know what you think?
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      05-29-2011, 08:02 PM   #2
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Great looking ride! I love your wheels.
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Pretty much perfect. Nice! A front lip would be a nice addition
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Love the wheels, spacers are overkill. The wheels are further out then the fenders, looks to much and looks like you bought wheels that are too wide or have too agressive of an offset. Judging by the pics looks like 5mm spacer would be max but I bet they look just fine without anything as they are already pushed out from stock. Wheels look sick though!
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Love the wheels, spacers are overkill. The wheels are further out then the fenders, looks to much and looks like you bought wheels that are too wide or have too agressive of an offset. Judging by the pics looks like 5mm spacer would be max but I bet they look just fine without anything as they are already pushed out from stock. Wheels look sick though!
Thanks for the feedback. Without spacers it just wasn't aggresive enough for me. 5mm would of worked too but I like it.
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Thanks for the feedback. Without spacers it just wasn't aggresive enough for me. 5mm would of worked too but I like it.
Too each his own right aslong as you are happy with it
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Nice to see some of the VS8.2's getting delivered and installed finally ( I hope to have mine in a few days). They look great on your car, but have to agree that the stance is too aggressive for my taste....love the wheels though !
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Pretty much perfect. Nice! A front lip would be a nice addition
Thanks! Maybe that will be next?
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      05-29-2011, 10:43 PM   #9
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Nice wheels! I'm really surprised you're not rubbing in the rear. Really aggressive stance!
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Nice to see some of the VS8.2's getting delivered and installed finally ( I hope to have mine in a few days). They look great on your car, but have to agree that the stance is too aggressive for my taste....love the wheels though !
Good luck with yours! I think my pics make them look like they stick out more than they actually do. I'm very happy with the stance
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Nice wheels! I'm really surprised you're not rubbing in the rear. Really aggressive stance!
Thanks!
There is acutally more room than it looks. no rubbing at all. The space is big enough that I can fit my fingers easily between the tire and the fender. If you want to see aggressive look at Bart's thread he went 15mm in the rear!
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Love the wheels, looking good
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looks good.
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So clean. Love it
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Beautiful wheels but a bit too much poke for my liking.
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that looks great.
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Very nice wheels... Those 245s look stretched tho. 255s would have been the way to go!
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Very nice wheels... Those 245s look stretched tho. 255s would have been the way to go!
Thanks, I will get 255's when the 245's wear down.
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Thanks everyone for the opinions and feedback!
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Thanks!
There is acutally more room than it looks. no rubbing at all. The space is big enough that I can fit my fingers easily between the tire and the fender. If you want to see aggressive look at Bart's thread he went 15mm in the rear!
But I rub like a mofo LOL.. I don't mind, it's worth it
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