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Old 10-19-2012, 08:33 AM
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Haven't been to the track yet, but did a 1/4 mile run with the evic last weekend, I don't remember what my best time was on the evic but the best time I've ever had at the track was 13.02@110, and every time I've ran at the track, the evic time was slower than my actual time. That being said, last weekend I ran a 12.80@113.5 on the evic, with TC full on. Only change to the car I've made since my best run at the track was the tires.

Edit* this was also with 34 psi in them at the time, at the track when I get a chance to run, I will air down some and TC will be full off. Because it did bog me a little.
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How are the tires? Still with no issues? I am planning on purchasing these tries as well next week. Your feed back helped me decide and would like more info if you would please! Thank you so much!!

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I have them on my 2011 392 once you lower the car they will clear.....i half a half inch clearence and have been running them for a year with no issues and no spacers, no rubbing on 20 x 9 stock rims at 40lbs tire pressure.....I run them hard too
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I have been in the market for new tires.Of all that I have read I decided to go with the nitto invo's 295/35/20 rear and 275/35/20 fronts. I wanted 315 in the rear but didn't want to loose the foot pattern with the "squeeze". I don't think I' will loos as much with the 295 but still get that WIDE look. I will post pictures when installed.
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I have the NT05s and LOVE them. They do great at the track (road course) and well on wet roads, but I wouldn't recommend them for a daily driver because they will wear out fast. They are somewhat noisier than the OEM tires, but it's not annoying by any means. They're also not good at below freezing temps and will do jack in the snow/ice.

Being in SoCal and not being a daily driver, the tires are awesome and I will definitely be replacing them with another set of NT05s when the time comes.
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So here are some pictures of how the rear wheel looks from aft looking forward...The one is the tire on the rim.
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Originally Posted by SR7T1 View Post
Try it first without spacers... the IDR suspension kinda bows/bends when it's off the ground... BUT once you lower the car the suspension will flatten/straighten back out and you shouldn't need any spacers. I run OEM SRT wheels on my car with 315's didn't have any rubbing issues until I took the car in for a tranny service and the tech ran it through the gears while it was up on the lift DOH!!! Promptly proceeded to tear a nice hole in each fender liner Oh... and it is gonna look BAD AZZ once they're on!!! Good luck!
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I have them on my 2011 392 once you lower the car they will clear.....i half a half inch clearence and have been running them for a year with no issues and no spacers, no rubbing on 20 x 9 stock rims at 40lbs tire pressure.....I run them hard too
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Just got home from gettin some new back tires, went with the nitto nt05 in a 315/35-20, car is still on jack stands, they were touching the fender liner on the inside at the front on the bottom, got some 5/16" spacers to try I will post a better pic of them on the car when I get it down off the stands
Just seeing these older posts...I have 315 Invos going on to a stock wheel widened to 10" - I didn't want to run a 12.5" wide tire on 9" wheel on the track...but curious how this was working out with you guys! Was the 5/16" spacer needed or just like the look?
I hope to not run one but have a smaller (5mm) just in case... I don't want the tire to protrude outwards I had hoped it would bolt up and squeeze right in...if the inner plastic needs a little trim no big deal there but can't wait to get them on!
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Well not sure how the heck you guys did this...assuming you are not lowered 1" like I am - as they rub pretty badly even with 5mm spacers and I really don't want to space them further out than that... I was told a 10-12mm spacer would fit but then I need to put in longer studs. More than what I wanted to do. Trying to find a 295/40 in a tire I like to run...doesn't look good. May just stick w the 275s on my now widened to 10" stock wheel.
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Since you have stock wheels widened 1", that inch is all towards the inside of the wheel well, therefore they are going to rub easier. In order for you to get the same clearance, you would need to space them out an extra inch.
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