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  1. tonmed123
    08-12-2009 08:13 PM - permalink
    These are stillen sways
  2. 2theextreme
    08-12-2009 04:45 AM - permalink
    I went with what Ryan @ Forged suggested....he created this devil of a set of wheels & rims with me simply agreeing to it. Seems DannyGT had 285's on the front at one point and he had to scale down to 265. So, I'm guessing you can go even bigger if you're willing to try it. I can say sticks like glue!
  3. 2theextreme
    08-11-2009 05:55 PM - permalink
    Fronts are rubbing....rears seem to be perfect!
  4. bmarcinczyk14
    08-11-2009 04:04 PM - permalink
    ohh rubbing, that doesnt sound good. is it severe rubbing or just minimal when you take corners hard? i heard you should be able to get 305 width tire on the 370z without a sweat, but i guess its mostly because your lowered right? hope that fixes it for you!
  5. 2theextreme
    08-11-2009 04:57 AM - permalink
    So far so good.....just working on stopping the rubbing thats happening due to the plastic pins on the inside of the fender near the top. I'm going for a corner balancing and alignment this Friday. DannyGT had the same issue and those two things helped him. Hopefully it'll do the same for me!
  6. RCZ
    08-08-2009 01:15 AM - permalink
    love them, yeah night and day
  7. 2theextreme
    08-07-2009 11:39 PM - permalink
    So far, none at all. Outside of adding the coilovers that was all. Forged put them all together for me down in GA. and they shipped 'em to Altered Atmosphere in MD. I wasnt there when they switched out the stocks but from what I understand it was just a quick switch.
  8. 2theextreme
    08-06-2009 02:19 PM - permalink
    Hey, looks like you are talking with Ryan over in the wheels/tire thread. I believe they are lighter but you may want to ask Ryan in the thread. I actually sent him a pm so if he doesn't answer there I'll let you know via PM.
  9. RCZ
    08-06-2009 10:32 AM - permalink
  10. RCZ
    08-05-2009 05:34 PM - permalink
    RWD as a general rule of thumb handles better than awd because you are using all of the grip in the front tires to steer, not to steer and drive the car. AWD is nice, loads of traction there, but RWD handles better.

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