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This is a discussion on Photoshoot with White Grids within the Member Show-Off & Photography forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; I AM GETTING COILOVERS, I KNOW IT NEEDS LOW, GETTING THEM FOR CHRISTMAS Nothing too serious, just got bored the ...

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    Photoshoot with White Grids

    I AM GETTING COILOVERS, I KNOW IT NEEDS LOW, GETTING THEM FOR CHRISTMAS


    Nothing too serious, just got bored the other day.









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    I do like the white.

    What size and offset are those, what size are the tyres you are using now, and how has handling changed?
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    i hated that body lol. But now it is growing on me vary much....looking hotttt
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    Wheels should never stick out past the fenders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SD_GR View Post
    I do like the white.

    What size and offset are those, what size are the tyres you are using now, and how has handling changed?
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    looks great man! what part of ky are you located
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    Mmmm grids!!! Never pictured white & wrb working together.... but wow it looks hawt, nice work!
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    White on WRB is def my goal as well hopefully next year sometime.. I was looking at the OZ ultraleggeras, but for some reason white is the *only* color they dont have on tirerack... All links I found for white ones were from other countries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brfatal View Post
    Wheels should never stick out past the fenders.
    Why? I mean some people go a little over board with the offset, but this looks nice!

    Is there a mechanical reason to not do so? or just a personal preference?
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    As long as there is no contact with the fender lip no matter the travel, the mechanical reasons not to do this are not related to the fender itself, but rather to the forces developed in relation to the altered offset, especially as the suspension travels, and to how geometry is affected.

    Incidentally, most motorsports I can think of at "our" level (amateur) require fenders to cover the wheels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SD_GR View Post
    As long as there is no contact with the fender lip no matter the travel, the mechanical reasons not to do this are not related to the fender itself, but rather to the forces developed in relation to the altered offset, especially as the suspension travels, and to how geometry is affected.

    Incidentally, most motorsports I can think of at "our" level (amateur) require fenders to cover the wheels.
    Thanks for the info. I figured that you wouldn't want your wheel to travel up into your fender lol So in essence if this person were to do the coil overs they might have almost virtually no room for suspension travel and have to hope that there are no bumps in the road, and quite possibly not be able to do any kind of hard turning because the body roll would put the fender on the tire?

    As far as the mechanics and physics of the suspension and stuff, i'm sure we could start quite the lengthy conversation. So i'll leave it at another thanks for the information.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brfatal View Post
    Wheels should never stick out past the fenders.
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    Sorry, I'm going to have to agree with Justin on this one.

    I do, however, immensely enjoy this picture for some odd reason...
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    I love the white on blue, and the 6-spoke too! But, the rims past the fenders I think, looks like poo.
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    Camera/Lens combo??

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