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Old 04-06-2010, 01:18 AM   #1
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Hi I found a set of 19x8 Motegi Racing rims -P.C.D: 5x100/4.5
-Offset: 37mm and was wondering whether or not they would fit? here is a picture of them.
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the bolt pattern is wrong, you need 5 on 114, plus 19in are not a performance gain because of the weight
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Ya I went to have a look at them and they were pretty heavy. Do yo have any recommendations for rims?
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go to tirerack.com they show the weight of the wheels they sell
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They will fit. i have 19's with a 8.5 with 35 offset in front and 9.5 with 32 in back, Plus i have mine on coilovers and they stil fit just nicely. I run a 265 x 30 in the back 245x35 in front
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Yes, physically they will fit but if you read, it has the wrong bolt pattern so if you canít put it on the hub it doesnít do any good. Plus a bigger rim is not always better. If you have too much rotational mass it can slow you down as far as acceleration goes. Usually the way it works is the more you spend the lighter the wheels get.
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