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Old 06-15-2012, 11:56 AM   #1
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does anyone know what the offset is on the 18X7 alcoas on the gxp?
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Old 06-15-2012, 08:28 PM   #2
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55 I think.

EDIT: Yep, I was right.

The 18x8s are 40, fyi.
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13.35@101 1.96 60', let off before the finish, best trap: 105.7. Closer to stock than you'd think.

Since my car is gone, my true mods were only a beat up K&N intake, muffler/resonator/cat delete, mild tune, bald 275/45R17s street tires, and weight reduced to 3290. Was about to mount radials and run 12s. ):
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ok cool. one more question. has anyone tried running the 115 bolt pattern on a 114.3 car? does it fit at all?
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fits i've had no issues with mine
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I've had 114.3 on a 115, I'm sure the same "precautions" need to be taken with the opposite.
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13.35@101 1.96 60', let off before the finish, best trap: 105.7. Closer to stock than you'd think.

Since my car is gone, my true mods were only a beat up K&N intake, muffler/resonator/cat delete, mild tune, bald 275/45R17s street tires, and weight reduced to 3290. Was about to mount radials and run 12s. ):
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ok cool. was just curious if it would also work the other way around. my gf just got a 3 and figured since i have the alcoas that wont be going with the car when i trade it in, and them being the undesirable 7" ones id see how they look on her car. hers are 17x6.5 52 offset. sounds like it should be an ok fit.
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Post ups pics, I'm curious as to how it will look as well.
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13.35@101 1.96 60', let off before the finish, best trap: 105.7. Closer to stock than you'd think.

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Old 06-19-2012, 09:58 AM   #8
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will do.
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