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Old 04-07-2014, 05:12 PM
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@AngelsVQ I am running -5 camber in the rear and -3 in the front. Here is a shitty iPhone pic from the rear.

@juvi22003 Fenders are rolled

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Old 04-24-2014, 08:47 PM
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Looks very nice.. Do you think a guy could run 18x11 all around without any problems? Of course it would depend on tire sizes though. But how far would the 18x11 stick out in front? And lowered on Sportlines.

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Old 04-28-2014, 09:44 AM
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You can run 18x11 all around but would have to run some super stretched tires up front with a lot of camber. There is someone in Cali with a dark blue 350z with that setup
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how are these wheels so far?
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Originally Posted by cibon32 View Post
@AngelsVQ I am running -5 camber in the rear and -3 in the front. Here is a shitty iPhone pic from the rear.
Question, did you need to run extended studs for spacers? Or do the wheels have gaps in-between the studs to allow for bolt on spacers with original studs sticking though?

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And lowered on Sportlines.
Won't be good, you'll end up with hella poke. Coilovers and upper arms will be needed to make 18x11s look good in the front.

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^^^^^

UGH just called and their wheels are flat faced where it meets the hub . No love for bolt on spacers unless you grind the studs down.
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Default cosmis wheel fitment on 2006 non Brembo z

http://m.ebay.com/itm/301175954321?nav=SEARCH

Hello everyone, I was hoping some of you could help me out here..just wondering if these cosmis wheels would fit a 2006 non Brembo z. And any work that needs to be done? Spacers? Is anyone running these wheels, I searched but didn't find much. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
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Should fit fine if you're not too low and with quarter panels rolled if you are lowered. This is based off of what I've seen/read..I have 19x9.5 +4 and 19x10.5 +5 and was told they'll fit with no problems.
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Goddddd i wish somebody could confirm if the xt206r clears oem brembos. like asap... lol. ``
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Old 06-20-2014, 10:33 AM
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Originally Posted by BH! View Post
Question, did you need to run extended studs for spacers? Or do the wheels have gaps in-between the studs to allow for bolt on spacers with original studs sticking though?

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XT-206R is really growing on me, honestly, that wheel would look great on almost any car.
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Old 06-26-2014, 06:36 AM
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I actually really like these wheels... Hmmmm.
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Old 06-26-2014, 01:17 PM
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I like the 006R, I'd get a spare set of these if it didn't have "KiKi design" on it.
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Wish we could get confirmed weights for these wheels.

Ive searched and reports are saying around 24lbs, some say up to 27lbs...

Are the other designs xt-206 and xt-006 original designs?

I think the Kiki design thing is pretty trick...
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Are those 18x11's in the front? A 240SX? That 235/40/18 Looks pretty good on there. I wonder what kinda gap I would have running that size wheel & tire with my Sport Line springs?
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How well can a 18x11 +8 fit in the rear with a 275/40 or 285/35?
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Old 06-26-2014, 04:50 PM
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I have 19x11 +10 on 275/35s with a mild roll and no issues. 18s should have slightly more play.
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Seriously, someone try throwing their 18x11 on the front of their Z and snap some pics.. I want to know how outta hand they would be..
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Old 06-26-2014, 07:07 PM
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Just look through the aggressive wheels and stretched tire thread. Tons of them and then some are running x11+ front in low offsets. Even google images have plenty.
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Originally Posted by Roadrage68 View Post
Seriously, someone try throwing their 18x11 on the front of their Z and snap some pics.. I want to know how outta hand they would be..
Here's mine. 18x11 square. 265/35 fronts 275/35 rear. Also, they sit very close to my oem non brembos, so I'd imagine they would NOT clear brembos without spacers. My guess around 15-20mm spacers would do it.
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