Crazy question, but could a R/T run SRT wheels (9.5 inch wide) and tires and still be considered factory? Also, can you run another size/width tires, on said wheels, and still run street class?As far as set ups to stay street class you have to be 200tw or greater and can only go +\- 1" on wheel diameter and 7mm on offset with factory width wheels. Virtually no suspension changes and CAI would knock you up.
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No you can't run SRT wheels and stay street unfortunately. The wheel width must remain the same that originally came on the car. You can run any size/width of tire that will fit on that wheel width however. You can also go +/- 1" on wheel diameter. I just got a new set of wheels and went down to 19" so I could put a set of Potenza Re-71Rs on. Will also drop my ride height by close to an inch too.Crazy question, but could a R/T run SRT wheels (9.5 inch wide) and tires and still be considered factory? Also, can you run another size/width tires, on said wheels, and still run street class?
What size are the stock mustang wheels? I don't think diameter is the issue I think its width. Mine came with 20" and I'm going to run 19" this year but I had to stick with the same width.i thought there was an update/backdate rule for running options that didn't come with your car but were factory available. Tons of non brembo mustangs in fs running 19" wheels because they came stock on the brembo cars. I wouldn't see the issue on running hellcat wheels on an current gen challenger and still being fs legal.
Here's one photo taken the day I picked up the car from the install. I have since done custom work to the door side bars. I had the carbon fiber "tape" taken off the door side bar ends and Rhino Liner sprayed on (much more difficult than one would think). I also painted the mounts where the door side bars sit. In addition, I changed out the clevis keys to a T-Handle style and on the foot mounts, I had the lanyards riveted to the mount.7015, could you post some interior pictures of your car? I would love to see the rollbar and seat harness's. Also any pics of the old impala SS in race trim?
Found a few photos of my 2008 Impala SS that I autocrossed. I was the Public Relations Director for a 3-track motorsports facility and the owner of the place wrapped my car to help promote racing. Since I was required to use my own car for many events (parades, car shows, sponsorship sales, etc.), the wrap was very nice to have. I entered my Impala in car shows and raced it.7015, could you post some interior pictures of your car? I would love to see the rollbar and seat harness's. Also any pics of the old impala SS in race trim?
dont remember exactly on the bar, approx 1500.00, had our body shop paint and clear coat, harnesses about 140.00 each, I also deleted the back seat and remove everything i could to reduce weightThanks Luke. I'm going to check out rpm bars. If you guys don't mind me asking, about how much $ to get harness's and roll bar?
My 2015 R/T handled very well before the rollbar, but as I'm sure you guessed the handling is exceptional with the bar. One of the simplest ways I noticed the stiffening of the chassis was not on a track at all. It is pulling into steep/angled driveways (one rear wheel will occasionally leave the ground completely).7015, thanks for the photos. Bars and harness's look cool! :thumbsup:Was wondering if you noticed any handling differences from the added roll bar, due to possibly stiffening the chassis?