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Hi all, thinking about getting some eneki rpf1's.

sizes: 17x9 et 22 & 45
215/45/17

Currently running stock suspension but will eventually get hsd's
ive checked will they fit.com and appears to look ok fitment.
what do you guys think of this fitment and if there's anyone running a similar set up
your advice would be aprechiated.

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Down to personal precerence but I think S bodies look better on 18s

nice wheels though :thumbs:
 
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I'm only going down the 17" due to price of tires. Do you think the offsets will work?
 
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The rears won't be flush, if you are looking for that type of fitment you probably have to use 25mm spacers and even then it won't be flush...
 
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I ran

front 18x9 et20 225/35 tyre
rear 18x9.5 et45 265/35 tyre

The car was very low and I never had scrubbing issues! I should add that my arches had been rolled, however.



This was my rear arch gap, haha



 
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I've got adams wheels now. Looks exactly the same on the rear, but I've gone for wider front wings to cover 245 wide RSR tyres :)
 
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Did you have the chrome ones on ebay for a grand?
Currently thinking about getting some either 8.5j F 9.5j R or 9j & 10j.
Anyone have and offset suggestions so no arch rolling is required?
 
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