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Old 08-28-2011, 01:40 PM   #1
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Concept One CS 5.0 test fit #1 photo shoot on the red vert

Got some new wheels on the vert finally! Concept One CS 5.0 Machined Matte Black
First, I'd like to thank the wife, then getyourwheels (eric at getyourwheels.com) and Mike M at Dynamic Sounds.

Note this is a test fit, not final fit.

It took me a while to decide what I would like and not get bored with after a while and to determine the
these I wanted.

-I was looking at mesh concave wheels, but decided I'd like to spend less time cleaning the wheel.
-I wanted concave with some lip but not needing to get a performance wheel to get that. (Insert other concave wheels with lip choices here)
-The car won't be a track car, so spending that much more money would not have served me well.
So the right prioty was served I think.

The specs are
9F +25 245/35/20
10.5R +27 275/30/20
Falken FK-452

I'll address some anticipated observations

1. The offsets are semi aggressive for the coupe, but as you'll see not agressive for the rear since the vert is 1 inch
wider than the coupe.

This will be addressed with
- spacers for the rear maybe 10mm or 15mm
- vert specific coil-overs to raise up the rear to match the front

anywho, on to the pics

2. The front wheel is not as concave as the back, but that's fine with me.
It's very likely the 10.5 will fit up front if anyone wants to try that

3. Can't wait for coilovers for final fitment.


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Well that's alotta photos! Lol, looking real niiiice!!
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Looks awesome. Really flows well with the lines of the car.
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Hmm.... I like that you went different than what we usually see. I think it will grow on me and for some reason I think they look better with the top down. Either way, congrats on finally getting some wheels Lee. They def look better than the stock on your car! BTW- get that front lip painted already!
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I think put the +27 in the front, and then put a +15 in the rear..... 4 concave wheels...

also paint the front lip but leave the bottom of the lip carbon fiber to match the side sills
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Push out the rears a bit more, paint the top portion of the front lip, and you sir will have yourself one bad *** looking vert!
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And please paint that lip already it looks ridiculous
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I REALLY don't think those offsets are correct Lee... if you take a look at my car... we have the same drop and my wheels are F +20 (+35 with 15mm spacer) and R +22 (+37 with 15mm spacer). I have literally 1/2 finger gap between my wheel and the fender lining... there's no way your wheels can be that similar spec with mine and look that different!

I would definitely double check... did you check if the offsets engraved on the wheel in the back??

Other than that... Looks great! I'm really diggin the choice... and get some ***** wheel shine son! hahaha
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Love them! Nicely done Lee
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Push out the rears a bit more, paint the top portion of the front lip, and you sir will have yourself one bad *** looking vert!
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I REALLY don't think those offsets are correct Lee... if you take a look at my car... we have the same drop and my wheels are F +20 (+35 with 15mm spacer) and R +22 (+37 with 15mm spacer). I have literally 1/2 finger gap between my wheel and the fender lining... there's no way your wheels can be that similar spec with mine and look that different!

I would definitely double check... did you check if the offsets engraved on the wheel in the back??

Other than that... Looks great! I'm really diggin the choice... and get some ***** wheel shine son! hahaha
It's right Alan. Also, I can't remember if you had the same front size tires, but the falkens will have a more stretched appearance. I know you did 285 for your setup.

Somehwere around mod #14 I have the fender liner trimmer and bumper bracket shaved so I've got some room under there.
http://www.myg37.com/forums/wheels-a...-stock19s.html

Wheel shine on the next test fit. LOL.

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Well that's alotta photos! Lol, looking real niiiice!!
Thanks James, further adjustments pending. Photos, it's what I do
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Looks awesome. Really flows well with the lines of the car.
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Love them! Nicely done Lee

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Looks great man!
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I think put the +27 in the front, and then put a +15 in the rear..... 4 concave wheels...

also paint the front lip but leave the bottom of the lip carbon fiber to match the side sills
Yes, someone can try that on a coupe/sedan maybe .10.5 up front.


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Hmm.... I like that you went different than what we usually see. I think it will grow on me and for some reason I think they look better with the top down. Either way, congrats on finally getting some wheels Lee. They def look better than the stock on your car! BTW- get that front lip painted already!


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Push out the rears a bit more, paint the top portion of the front lip, and you sir will have yourself one bad *** looking vert!
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And please paint that lip already it looks ridiculous
Thanks for the feedback/reminder on the front lip guys, it's planned still along with spacers mentioned in the first post
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