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have any of u tried to go wider? whether it be on the stock wheels or get aftermarket wheels for the car. is the 225/255 really enough rubber if you launch the car hard to get traction?
 

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anybody? with audi and bmw the first thing ive always done is go to wider tires. i find stock sizes are just not suitable for an agressive driver.
 

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If you check, there are pics of an IS-F with 20" x 11.0 rims. I believe you'll see the pics under the title "My IS-F with some goodies".Me personally I wouldn't go with a taller tire maybe a 19" that'll be wider but not taller, 19" is a good size but with a 285/30/19 would be nice. Also you dont want to add any more weight because the factory rims are LIGHT you would need to get something just as light if not lighter.... jmo
yeah. ive never been a fan of 20s. on any car. the ride quality suffers too much, esp in a performance sedan. and the thin sidewalls are also a concern even though CA roads for the most part are good.

i could understand 20s for an SUV/truck, but not a car.

im going to stick with stock wheels, i just want to know what is the WIDEST you can go in the front/rear on the stock 19x8 and 19x9 wheels.

also was wondering if i decided to get like CCW or 360forged or HRE make a set of wheels, whats the max i could go without any fender modifications/suspension modifications.
 

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one more thing. the Fspot rims DO NOT fit on the IsF. only the IS250/350
i asked. wrong offset. they WILL NOT be making any in the ISF offset. a shame too because with the lip, those are some good looking rims.
 
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