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  1. Infiniti370z
    11-24-2014 04:30 PM - permalink
    Infiniti370z
    Your welcome bro.
  2. Infiniti370z
    11-22-2014 02:08 PM - permalink
    Infiniti370z
    I know how you feel, haha, I used real Rays black standard length duranuts (Duraluminum) since I used my stock oem lug stutds. like so.. Evasive Motorsports | PH: 626.336.3400 Mon-Fri, 9am-6pm PST: Rays Engineering Lug Nuts - Anodized Black , I think I still have them too.
  3. Infiniti370z
    10-21-2014 10:32 PM - permalink
    Infiniti370z
    True, I think I had the metal vr caps with red ring trims.
  4. Infiniti370z
    10-21-2014 12:17 AM - permalink
    Infiniti370z
    Not bad, I sold mines for 3, winter sucks! none of that down here lol, tire sizes look right on the money.
  5. Infiniti370z
    10-19-2014 01:03 PM - permalink
    Infiniti370z
    Nice, I just got back from vacation, how much? did you put them on yet? Tire sizes?
  6. Infiniti370z
    09-26-2014 04:08 PM - permalink
    Infiniti370z
    Sounds like a good plan, let me know how it comes along and your welcome.
  7. Infiniti370z
    09-25-2014 08:51 PM - permalink
    Infiniti370z
    Ok, are you planning on lowering ur Z? Since the Z's have traction issues with normal power, ur Z will have horrible traction if you don't have a good rear footprint, so I would address ur suspension set up first (perminent set up) then measure for correct wheel fitment, because lets say my offset of 25 could sit flush at ur ride height(stock) vs my lowered made it sink in or if I would have put rear camber arms to get into factory specs for better traction and footprint the et25 probably would have been flush and et15 would have poked out the fender, so it's really up to you how you want ur wheels to fit, if you have any questions call me at nine five four-six eight two-two eight zero six, Andy.
  8. Infiniti370z
    09-24-2014 02:36 PM - permalink
    Infiniti370z
    I understand now, they recommend coilovers in order for you to adjust the height of the vehicle to properly fit the wheels to messing with camber depending on the height setting aka stance or flush with top of fender, but I see ur running bp's kit? so maybe et25 would be better because you wouldn't want to run too much negative camber, do you have rear camber arms?
  9. Infiniti370z
    09-23-2014 06:24 PM - permalink
    Infiniti370z
    Sup man, the really important number is the offset, I had 19x11 with a offset(et) of 23 with the stock suspension, I really didn't want the et23 but that's what they sent me, I really wanted the et15 so also ran a 5mm spacer so it made the wheel fit like a et18, also if you use a oem located coilover (separated coil and shock) set up i'am sure the room inside behind the wheel would stay the same but if you use a full coilover setup (coil and shock as one (not recommended unless race car and/or re-enforced shock top mounts)) you would actually loose room behind the rear wheel.
  10. zefaulter
    08-02-2014 11:11 PM - permalink
    zefaulter
    How about a build thread? looking good so far!

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