Enkei rpf1 17x9 +45 and 17x9.5 +38

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Enkei rpf1 17x9 +45 and 17x9.5 +38

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Hey Brian. I know you don't favor staggered set ups for our NC but what do you think of that setup in thread title. I found someone who's selling that setup for a good price. Also how will the 9.5 work in the rear.
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Re: Enkei rpf1 17x9 +45 and 17x9.5 +38

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Yeah, not my cup of tea but you can get that setup on the car with a little work.
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Re: Enkei rpf1 17x9 +45 and 17x9.5 +38

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I knew that would be your response. Will I need your fender flares for the 9.5? The 9.5s are still lighter than stock but what affects will a staggered setup have on the car besides lack of tire rotation.
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Re: Enkei rpf1 17x9 +45 and 17x9.5 +38

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Need a lot fender roll to fit the 38mm but could be done without flares if you stick to 245 which will be a little stretched looking.
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Re: Enkei rpf1 17x9 +45 and 17x9.5 +38

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would i need a camber kit?
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Nope.
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