Road Dog appears to be right on the money except I see the 20" have a 40mm offset.
Why you're going with 20" rears and 19" fronts I can only guess you want to use your existing rear tires for the front on you new set-up. (?)
As you probably already know, your rear tires will have a larger diameter than stock and would result in a -3.56% speed error and must be corrected.
Looks like the front tires will end up being about 5/8" bigger in diameter resulting in a relatively small speed error to your ABS brake system (-2.28%) Probably not enough to worry about. (?)
The following site will allow you to compare existing wheels and tires to new wheels and tires.
Online Wheel and Tyre Fitment Calculator. Offset, Tyre Stretch and Speedo Error | Will They Fit
Did you check out Amazon.com for these wheels?
14 V6 auto, MCA, PP, BBK Shorties, MMD Hood Struts, Borla Touring A/B's, MAC ProChamber, aFe drop-in Filter
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