PIC REQUEST : G35 Sedan with 18" Lowered/Slammed

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+20 is the overall with spacer. this is the best pic from the side right now. thanks for the compliment
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sedan 18s

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2nd gen....but lowered on 18's, none the less

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Recently lowered. Leaning towards purchasing 19's at the moment, but this will do.
06' 6MT on stance gr+
OEM 18's 235/45/18 all around.
 
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BC Coils

(not sure how much its dropped, just made it even w/the front slightly lower)

18x8.5 +35 || 245/40/18 all around

Front SPC camber kit

Eibach Pro SPC Rear camber kit/toe bolts

What do you guys think??? I want a more aggressive set up.. may 18x9.5 or 19x9.5 what would look best IYO?

I have AWD so I'm scared to go staggered.
 
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You still got this car^^^
 
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Old 05-04-2012, 12:24 AM
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You still got this car^^^
yeah but is back to stock
 
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Hey guys I Recently lowered my sedan I was wondering if any of you guys have ran into the issues of your upper control arm smacking your strut tower? I also see some of you guys are riding pretty low in the rear you guys do anything to raise your exhaust because I know they hang pretty low on our cars
 
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Sorry for reviving this super old thread but I can't really find an answer to what I'm looking for. Figured I'd just tack onto here instead of starting another thread. I'm lowered on stock 18's. I have 350z tein s techs so I think the drop was 1.5" up front and 1.7" in the rear. I'm not rubbing now but I don't like how my wheels look like they're inside the wheel well. I was thinking about doing spacers until a nice set of concave wheels came into budget. Anyone have experience with this? Would I rub? I'm trying to avoid fender work right now. When I took measurements the wheels are about an inch from my fender. I was thinking 20mm spacers. I do have some camber. Can't remember how much exactly. I'd have to put it back on the alignment machine.
 
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04 Sedan w/BC coilovers

Running 245/45/18's on rear, hardly any clearance but the BC's suck up any bumps w/no rubbing!
 
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Originally Posted by gride916 View Post
Running 245/45/18's on rear, hardly any clearance but the BC's suck up any bumps w/no rubbing!
Thats my tire size. So no rubbing with 20mm spacers?
 
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Originally Posted by MPG35fiend View Post
BC Coils

(not sure how much its dropped, just made it even w/the front slightly lower)

18x8.5 +35 || 245/40/18 all around

Front SPC camber kit

Eibach Pro SPC Rear camber kit/toe bolts

What do you guys think??? I want a more aggressive set up.. may 18x9.5 or 19x9.5 what would look best IYO?

I have AWD so I'm scared to go staggered.
What a few years can make a difference, ur car looks nothing like this anymore
 
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Old 03-10-2015, 12:19 AM
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Straightup_G we really need to know your wheel specs. also stretching tires, and running more negative camber could help with a more aggressive look. I mean if you're into that sort of thing.
 

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