No the bridgestone's are not R-comps i kept my stock LSS wheels with a fresh set of A048 for the track. I would advise against the 245/45/17 I have some rubbing issues, TireRack was out of 245/40/17.
Lol took it with the Iphone. Wanted to take more when i got home from taking them for a spin, they were covered in brake dust! Damn RS-14. Soon to follow when i get it washed.Its about time SharkMan!!! :evil: It looks freaken awesome my friend...:bow:
One question, why did you only post one single picture? I demand more!
I would measure the height at the rear, but I would lower the front and possibly raise the back a little to prevent rubbing. Just depends on what it's at now.Everything is stock, ride height, camber. but not for long i would like to lower to lotus track spec, im afraid it will rub really bad. The spot it is rubbing is just forward of the tire, behind the rocker panel.
Ill be lowering to lotus spec and having the front arms machined to get additional camber. shooting for -1.6
A048s? What's the offset of your rear wheel? 8" width?I'm running 225/45-16 up front and 255/40-17 in back. No rubbing except up front at full lock and full compression, like a first gear hairpin.
I looked for a picture of your car without success. Wanted to see how the 255 looked on the 8" rim. Did you post a picture somewhere? Wondering if it donuts too much.Toyo R888s. 17" X 8". I don't know the offset, but they're the Volk TE37s that Sector111 used to sell.