Veloster Turbo Forum banner

1 - 8 of 8 Posts

Registered
'13 Black VT A/T
Joined
7 Posts
Discussion Starter · #1 ·
I know there are a lot of threads that already exist for this topic and if someone could link it to me that'd be dope.

I am running Godspeed lowering springs with stock fenders and was wondering if an 18x9.5 +38 would fit that with minimal rubbing.
 

Registered
2015 RB Accent-not so stock 馃か
Joined
586 Posts
I know there are a lot of threads that already exist for this topic and if someone could link it to me that'd be dope.

I am running Godspeed lowering springs with stock fenders and was wondering if an 18x9.5 +38 would fit that with minimal rubbing.
This should be a good start.
 

Super Moderator
2015 auto VT, 2013 manual VT 脳 2
Joined
5,100 Posts
225/40R18 is the biggest you can go. Will rub with suspension under load so keep in mind when hitting bumps/holes/dips or high G's.
 

Registered
'13 Black VT A/T
Joined
7 Posts
Discussion Starter · #5 ·
@trdtoy I'm currently running those specs for tires.

Are you saying anything larger than those specs would causing rubbing under load? As of right now I do not notice any rubbing
 

Super Moderator
Joined
3,656 Posts
what are you running now?

got any photos?
 

Registered
'13 Black VT A/T
Joined
7 Posts
Discussion Starter · #7 ·
@RPW00Mirage I am currently running 225/40/R18 Nexxen N1500 Plus on the stock 2013 VT wheels. My car also has Godspeed lowering springs on it as well. I do have pictures that I will upload here in a bit.
 

Super Moderator
2015 auto VT, 2013 manual VT 脳 2
Joined
5,100 Posts
@trdtoy I'm currently running those specs for tires.

Are you saying anything larger than those specs would causing rubbing under load? As of right now I do not notice any rubbing
Any larger will rub easier for sure under suspension load as I stated. You're not rubbing now because that tire size has 0 issues even with the suspension bottomed out under load on the oem wheels.
 
1 - 8 of 8 Posts
Top