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Old 05-06-2016, 02:38 AM   #1
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Will they hook and fit for me?

Hey guys,
I'm interesting in switch to MT ET S/S 15" and as I understand best setup for 3.15 auto is:
275/60/15 on 15x10 wheels.

I have VMP gen 2 stage 3 and putting down about 640rwhp and i wondering if this setup is enough to hook me on 1st and 2nd?

In addition, I have Eibach Pro-kit lowering springs - will i have any clearance issue with these?

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You will need sway bar relocation brackets to get them to fit. They'll hook just fine for you at the track but on the street maybe not as much. But it's an excellent choice.


Do you have an adjustable upper control arm and lower control arm relocation brackets? You'll need those since you're lowered.
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You will need sway bar relocation brackets to get them to fit. They'll hook just fine for you at the track but on the street maybe not as much. But it's an excellent choice.


Do you have an adjustable upper control arm and lower control arm relocation brackets? You'll need those since you're lowered.
Hi,
Yes, I do have UCA, LCA and relocation bracket and I will install the sway bar relocation bracket.
For the street, would you recommend something else instead of these for me?
What about MT ET SS 305/30/20?

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No, my point is getting anything on the street for you will be difficult but stick with a 15" tire.
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No, my point is getting anything on the street for you will be difficult but stick with a 15" tire.
Another one:
For the street for me- 295/55/15 or 275/60/15?

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The 275 is a bit taller and has a bit more sidewall so it will hook a little better. The 295 is what I ran and liked the looks of it better.
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The 275 is a bit taller and has a bit more sidewall so it will hook a little better. The 295 is what I ran and liked the looks of it better.
On the STREET - shouldn't a wider tire have more traction?

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Not really, the sidewall is more important. But the difference between the two is negligible so either one will work as well as the other.
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Not really, the sidewall is more important. But the difference between the two is negligible so either one will work as well as the other.
Ok i will need to decide, I might go with the 295/55 because the roads here are terrible and more meat on the road can help and if you say they are pretty similar then i can compromise.

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