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Old 11-09-2012, 04:05 PM   #1
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I wanna get some 315s but I wanna know if ill feel a Major power loss
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I wanna get some 315s but I wanna know if ill feel a Major power loss
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I didn't when I went from a 245 to a 305, you can put the power down better and looks better.
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I wanna get some 315s but I wanna know if ill feel a Major power loss
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You won't feel a power loss. You'll actually hook up better so your Mustang will feel stronger!

I hope this helps, let me know if you have any questions!

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Old 11-09-2012, 05:50 PM   #4
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You won't feel a power loss. You'll actually hook up better so your Mustang will feel stronger!

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Thanks! What about rubbing issues? Will that pose a problem on 10.5 DD rims
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Are you dropped? I rubbed but then I had my fenders rolled
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Are you dropped? I rubbed but then I had my fenders rolled
Yeah about 1.75"
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I'm guessing on a 17' rim right? If so you might rub a bit
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Yeah they're 17s
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There will not be a power loss but it will create more rolling resistance as well as more rotational mass. From a dig you'll be quicker due to better traction, but if you're trying to downshift and take off you may notice a little sluggishness
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Yea you prob will on uneven surfaces. Might have to roll em
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