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Hey all, still new here but no matter how much I read and try to learn I'm still having a hard time understanding all these numbers. But I'm very anxious to get some new wheels for my 6 and loving the looks of the XXR series 527 wheels
XXR Series 527 Wheel Showroom BLACK
Would I have any problems with 18x9.75 with a 20 offset? If those are to much of an issue would 18x8.75 with 20 or 35 offset have any problems? Open to tire suggestions to (could get fenders rolled if need be)!! Thank you.
Those wheels will not fit on your car without a ton of work. 9.75 is very wide the 8.75 could work with 35 offset just know you may need to trim your fender wells along with a roll.
This was one of the most aggressive set ups a 6 has ran. Egierda on the forums.
FYI, my setup was as follows:
> Enkei RPF1 18x9.5 ET45 (17mm front spacers - resultant ET28; 5mm rear spacers - resultant ET40)
> Falken 615 tires - 225/40/18
> KW Variant II coilovers
> SPC front ball joints (IIRC, -1.5 degrees front camber and -2 degrees rear camber)
> front and rear fenders rolled flat and pulled ~1/4 inch
> front fender liners trimmed
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2004 Mazda 6 Sport V6 MTX-Steel Grey
MSDS Headers/Ported Intake Manifolds + 1/2" Spacer/Injen CAI/3.7L OTB/TGNY TB Spacer/Magnaflow CBE/AWR 88 Mounts/Rotora H2 Ceramic Brakes//CF Evo Hood,Grill,Eyelids,Window Visors,Mirror Covers/CAR-LED Tails/35W 5000k HIDs/55W 6000k Integrated Fogs/LED Fogs/1000w Xplōd Amp/Two 800w 12" Xplōd Subs/15% Tints/18x8.5 +50 Kazera "CF" Rims/Hankook Ventus Evo 245/40/18
Future Mods:Powermod Tuner/Custom DoubleDin/BC Coils
Last edited by ctmazda; 08-10-2014 at 04:54 PM.