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Old 11-01-2007, 09:59 PM
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I've got this posted over on nam so I can collect as much data as possible. I want to have it mirrored over here and collect data from m|u'rs as well.

-JCW R53 Upgrade/R56 Stock Brakes:

-Brembo:
Tenzo Mach 10's 18 X 7.5 et 42 no spacer
Kyowa Racing KR 210 17 X 7.5 et 42 needs 5 mm spacer

-AP Racing:

-Ireland Engineering BBK:

-Wilwood:(This kit has many different variations and options (that's a good thing) so please contact a vendor)
>11.5
17" webspokes require a 5mm spacer (agranger)
>12.2
Fikse Mach V +37 17" No Spacer
BBS LM 17" No Spacer
Team Dynamics 1.2 17" No Spacer
Minilite "B" 17" No Spacer
Rota Slipstream +40 16" No Spacer
Rota Circuit 8 +40 16" No Spacer
OZ Superturismo WRC 7x17 +40 no spacer
Rota Subzero 17x7.5 45mm offset = fine
S-Lites 7mm spacer needed at least
BSA 303 16x7 40mm offset 3mm spacer needed

>13

>13.1

-Detroit Tuned BBK:
R90 OEM - Close fitment 1-2mm of room, Spacer Suggested (Yukka Patrol)

-Texas Speed Works BBK:
15"-17" Team Dynamics Pro Race 1.2 - No Spacer Needed (TSW)

-StopTech BBK:
OZ Ultraleggeras 17x7 et37 - 3mm spacer needed (minimusprime 5mm spacer)
BBS RV-F 17"x7.5" -- +42mm offset -- no spacer
OZ Superleggera 17"x7" ---- +37mm offset -- 5mm spacer
SSR Comp 17"x7.5" -- +42mm offset -- 3mm spacer
SSR GT7 17"x7.5" -- +42mm offset -- no spacer
Team Dynamics Pro Race 1 17"x7" --- +45mm offset -- no spac
SSR GT7s 18 x 7.5" +42mm offset - no spacers




I just wanted to gather as many personal accounts of what works and what doesn't... shopping for wheels when you have a bbk is annoying.

Thanks for the help on your aging post strom, I've stolen a bunch of data from it.

Disclaimer: I accept no responsibility for the items on this list. You must do your research when purchasing wheels for your bbk, and always be ready for spacers/issues. This is simple a reference list of what other people have been running. By purchasing wheels and brakes blindly off this list you are in essence taking some ones word for it. Good Luck.
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Old 11-01-2007, 10:11 PM
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good reference list
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Old 11-01-2007, 10:17 PM
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Wilwood 12.16 BBK
Rota Subzero 17x7.5 45mm offset = fine
S-Lites = 7mm spacer needed at least
BSA 303 (assuming probably similar, if not the same for Enkei RPF1) 16x7 40mm offset = 3mm spacer needed
* interesting to note, real Enkei RPF1 is 43mm offset for 4x100, so if the design is the same, which it is, then you'd need 6mm to clear
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Old 11-02-2007, 06:30 AM
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nice list. I know the Kosei K1 Racing fits several...can't really remember, I believe Wilwood and maybe another. Webb ran different sets on the Mule with Kosei K1 racings. 17x7.5 et 40 I believe.
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Old 11-05-2007, 02:31 AM
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Not available anymore, but if you can find them OZ Superleggara's will fit over most anything without spacers. I run them in 17"x7.5 over a Brembo BBK
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Old 11-08-2007, 03:43 AM
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I never had enough time or put out enough effort to make a good list. Thanks for doing this for everyone!
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Old 11-08-2007, 04:16 PM
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This is nice to have!!!!!
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Old 11-08-2007, 04:18 PM
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im bumping the crap out of it over on nam

once i get more data I'm goign to update it over here. There are formatting issues i need to get through... but rest assured I'm going to keep working on this thing.
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Old 11-13-2007, 08:41 AM
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great job! I'll find it very useful soon!
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One to add...

Brembo GT 320mm BBK

BBS RV-F, 17x7, 38mm offset, no spacers needed
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great list! helpful with choosing new track rims!

maybe this helps too:

willwood 12.2 + S lites + 15mm spacers = you can still sick you finger in between so probably 10mm would be enough
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Rota Slipstream +40 16" No Spacer

are these x7" or 6.5"?
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This is a very good reference!
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1 more for my own brakes
Wilwood 12.16 Street kit
Piaa Sportmesh 17x7 - no spacer
K-Speed Zeta 16x7 - no spacer
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i did an experiment when changed wheels on track

12.2 wilwood:

s-lites + 5mm spacer = closest as can get - maybe a 1mm between the wheel and caliper

rota slipstream 16" + 5mm spacer = same thing = visible here: http://i217.photobucket.com/albums/c.../eDSC02228.jpg more pics of both http://www.motoringunderground.com/f...t=5827&page=12
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