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Old 2007.04.06, 10:03 PM   #1
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AWD wheel offsets

I was windering if someone could direct me to the list of offsets for AWD I saw it once but now I can't find it, or I just need the offset for a 575gtc for an AWD
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Old 2007.04.06, 10:24 PM   #2
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there isnt an offset wheel wide enough for the 575GTC on the AWD. You would need +5.5N for the front, and +3N is the widest front they make. Then again, you could run +2.5W on the front, and +3W on the rear. That would be the correct width, just have to find a wide tire combo that works with the wide front tire.
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I have the widest fronts from 3racing which is a +3N and it defintely needs to be wider, I guess I will put on some +3.5 since that is the widest I'm going to be able to find, thanks
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I was looking around and can't find what I'm looking for, been searching for a while!
what's the widest offset narrow rims that anyone makes? the widest I've found was +3.5
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Old 2007.04.07, 09:57 PM   #5
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that is the widest anyone makes.
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+3.5N fronts is the widest anyone makes at the moment. I'm running +3.5N fronts and +3W rear with the 575gtc body and they work well.
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3.5N/3.0W is the widest offset you should need to run on the 575GTC, any wider is kind of rediculous. When I was running the 575GTC on an MR02 I used 1N/3W which is the same track width in the front. Any more offset on the front made the car very sluggish in the corners.
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3.5N/3.0W is the widest offset you should need to run on the 575GTC, any wider is kind of rediculous. When I was running the 575GTC on an MR02 I used 1N/3W which is the same track width in the front. Any more offset on the front made the car very sluggish in the corners.
that is exactly what i will be running on my 360 gtc on an mr-02. i just have to buy the +1 front wheels as +2 rubs rails too much.

ccson is running the 360 gtc on the awd so he would be able to tell you what works well for him if interested
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The 360 (and GTC) should use +1N/2W maximum. I think that the 2W rears need a little shaving of the body to clear. I used to use C5R rear wheels (1.7W) which were perfect, until I broke one. Right now I am using +1N/1W on my 360 MR02. On the AWD I would use +2.5N/1W though.
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