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Old 01-26-2013, 09:02 PM   #1
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Will these rims fit?

I want to put the 2013 California special rims on my 2010 v6. They are 19 inch rims with Pirelli p-zero Nero 245/45-ZR19. Will they fit on my car?
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I want to put the 2013 California special rims on my 2010 v6. They are 19 inch rims with Pirelli p-zero Nero 245/45-ZR19. Will they fit on my car?
Pretty sure they will I don't see why they wouldnt
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Yes.
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Old 01-26-2013, 10:22 PM   #4
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you won't have any issue
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Old 01-26-2013, 11:01 PM   #5
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they will fit...just have to have dealer, or someone reprogram your speed sensor so the speedo stay accurate....
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Old 01-26-2013, 11:26 PM   #6
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Whats the diameter of both his current wheels and the 2013 wheels? Wont need a recal if the same
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18" vs 19"......
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Old 01-26-2013, 11:33 PM   #8
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And? You forget tire size in that...a 99-04 v6 has stock 16's and has the same diameter at 99-04 GT stock 17s so we dont need a recal.
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Old 01-26-2013, 11:37 PM   #9
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different sensor set up......more high tech in the 2010+....dealer will do it for free. techs come out and takes only 5 mins. 99-04 still has the tailsahft gear....
these have more than one speed sensor.....that much more cost if they go bad later.....
still thinking about taking mine up from 19" to 20" but matched all around....
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Nobody can answer the diameter question can they? Fancy speed sensor shouldnt matter if that is the same. When i get home on my comp ill try and hunt it down
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Old 01-27-2013, 02:11 AM   #11
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Did it on my 13... Went from the stock 17s to cs 19s I don't see an issue ... Didn't recal nothing!
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never mind.....guess the techs at my dealer are story telling...sorry
but....i wouldnt have had your kind of luck....
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Did it on my 13... Went from the stock 17s to cs 19s I don't see an issue ... Didn't recal nothing!
Did u have to get the speedometer fixed ?
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Did u have to get the speedometer fixed ?
No... I've never heard of that...
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Do the bigger wheels throw the speed off ?
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Do the bigger wheels throw the speed off ?
Not from what I've seen.. I've used my phone to track how fast I'm going and my speedometer said the same thing!
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Ok good . I'm planning to buy some 19s this friday and was wondering if it would mess with the speedometer .
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Like i said unless your new wheels and tires are a different diameter your fine...
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There are tire diameter calculators all over the web. You can put in the dimensions of your tire and it will calculate your diameter. That way you can compare sizes to get close to the same.

Example. 245/45/17 = 25.68" diameter tire.
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10-4 thanks man
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Welcome. Good luck and take pics when you get them.
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I will for sure .
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The 245/45 19's are 27.6 I do believe, while the Stock 17's are around 27.7 so the Speedo should be OK.
Put your stock tire size in here and then the new size and it will tell you how far off the Speedo is Tire size calculator
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Plug in your original rim/tire sizes and new rim/tire sizes to find out how far off your speedo will read:

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