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Anthony3o55

Go Kart Champion
Location
South FL
Jinxed myself. Hit a cone at 40-45mph in the middle of intersection that goes up and then goes down. Shit was in a blind spot.
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Anthony3o55

Go Kart Champion
Location
South FL
I was gonna go with 235/40/18 to get rid of the gap abit and had to buy 225/40/18 instead since 235s were out of stock.

Installed some PS4S. I'm sure if I went 235 I would rub the fender line with 15mm on the front. The rear should be fine with 20mm and TT pads

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Much better than the indy 500.
 

SPLR337

Ready to race!
Location
New York
Car(s)
2019/1997 GTI
^ I love my PS4S. Got a great deal on them and opted for OEM size. Not looking forward to putting all seasons back on in a month or so =/

I have 17.5mm spacers I back and TT pads, and I have never heard a rub or anything yet.
 

Anthony3o55

Go Kart Champion
Location
South FL
^ I love my PS4S. Got a great deal on them and opted for OEM size. Not looking forward to putting all seasons back on in a month or so =/

I have 17.5mm spacers I back and TT pads, and I have never heard a rub or anything yet.
I get to run these all year long :cool:

I have yet tried them out, I did notice the steering is so much better.

With 20mm I don't rub either.
 

SPLR337

Ready to race!
Location
New York
Car(s)
2019/1997 GTI
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Just DG springs, had them since 3k miles on stock shocks and have been fine. (90k currently) Will be putting some Bilstein's on around 100 if i keep it that long.
Looks amazing. Seems a little lower than other cars posted, mine included. I wonder if that's due to using the OEM shocks/struts.
 
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