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This is a discussion on RallySport Direct's 2015 WRX Build within the Builds forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by RallySportDirect I think the handling is improved overall for sure. Not only does the car remain comfortable, ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RallySportDirect View Post
    I think the handling is improved overall for sure. Not only does the car remain comfortable, but there is less body roll and overall the handling feels much better.

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    Looking great Rick!
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    Looking good! Question, how low us the drop from stock and is there any rub from the tire/wheel setup?
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    Looking good! Question, how low is the drop from stock and is there any rub from the tire/wheel setup?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TownLine500 View Post
    Looking great Rick!
    It's almost like a soap opera, What will Rick do next? How will it affect the 2015? When will more mods be available?
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    Looking good! Question, how low us the drop from stock and is there any rub from the tire/wheel setup?
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    I would say it dropped the car roughly an inch. And no rubbing at all that I can tell and I have put the car through its paces for sure.

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    That's awesome, I was wondering what the limits were on rim and tire size for the WRX. I was planning on doing sti sized wheels/tires but it's good to know I can probably get away with 9-9.5 inch widths without rolling/pulling fenders.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RallySportDirect View Post
    WedsSport SA-10R 18x9.5 +38 wrapped in Michelin Pilot Super Sports!!








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    How much do those wheels weigh compared to the stock rims?

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    That setup looks awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hillrg View Post
    How much do those wheels weigh compared to the stock rims?
    Really not much less, stock wheels in tires comes in right around 26 lbs and these are about 25.8 lbs, but we do have much more tire and also a much better tire over stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RallySportDirect View Post
    Really not much less, stock wheels in tires comes in right around 26 lbs and these are about 25.8 lbs, but we do have much more tire and also a much better tire over stock.

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    I assume you mean the weight is around 26 pounds sans tires right? Otherwise that's around a 1 pound wheel!
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    i have some rallyarmour mudflaps on my 12 wrx... and i love them.. but with those sexy wide tires, they mudflaps look kinda goofy lol. tires are sooo wide!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zax View Post
    I assume you mean the weight is around 26 pounds sans tires right? Otherwise that's around a 1 pound wheel!
    HAHA oh wow, sorry. The current setup with wheels and tires weighs in around 46 lbs ( 20.8 lbs for the wheels, 25 lbs for the tires) and the stock setup should be around 46 lbs (24 lbs for the wheels, 22 lbs for the tires). Hope that helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by zax View Post
    I assume you mean the weight is around 26 pounds sans tires right? Otherwise that's around a 1 pound wheel!
    HAHA oh wow, sorry. The current setup with wheels and tires weighs in around 46 lbs ( 20.8 lbs for the wheels, 25 lbs for the tires) and the stock setup should be around 46 lbs (24 lbs for the wheels, 22 lbs for the tires). Hope that helps

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    RallyArmor UR's on our 2015 WRX Video!



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    What size tires are those? It looks great! 265/35?

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    Tires are Michelin Pilot Super Sport 255/40/18

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