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New 16x8 Wheel Incoming - Konig Dekagram

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They look great! i have a grey fist myself. I think i'll order some of these. I'm on springs though. So i probably wont go with quite as tall a tire. Where did you buy the wheels?
Thanks!

I love how these look on the Magnetic cars.

I got them from Summit. Use this link: https://www.summitracing.com/parts/kng-dk86108408
I know it says matte black, but that's the part number for the gloss bronze:

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I'm looking to pick up a new set of Dekagrams to add to my collection. Would love bronze

Maybe get some RE71 on for my next trip to the dragon.

Have 205/45/16 Continental ECS now


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Don’t mind me asking (since I know nothing about wheels and tires) what tire/wheel size is the set up? Looking to order some this weekend.


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So I have the wheels and now it’s just the tire game. I’m on Montune springs and want to go with 205/50/16 but since I’m on lowering springs, I don’t want to rub under any driving conditions. I might have to go with 205/45/16. I will just be doing spirited canyon driving and mostly street, any suggestions on tires?


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So I have the wheels and now it’s just the tire game. I’m on Montune springs and want to go with 205/50/16 but since I’m on lowering springs, I don’t want to rub under any driving conditions. I might have to go with 205/45/16. I will just be doing spirited canyon driving and mostly street, any suggestions on tires?


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Firestone Firehawk Indy 500.

The closest to stock diameter you can get is 215/45r16

You can get Federal Evoluzion ST-1 (high performance summer) or Falken Azenis (ultra high performance) in that size.
 
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So I have the wheels and now it’s just the tire game. I’m on Montune springs and want to go with 205/50/16 but since I’m on lowering springs, I don’t want to rub under any driving conditions. I might have to go with 205/45/16. I will just be doing spirited canyon driving and mostly street, any suggestions on tires?
If you're on lowering springs I would go with 205/45s. I don't have any rubbing issues, but my suspension is stock.
 
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On lowering springs, Eibach in my case, the Falken Azenis in the 215/45/16 do not rub and work very well. Sticky tire but it is a 200tw so it isn't going to be long lived. On this setup my car has been a blast on track and at the autocross.
 
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just ordered a set of the bronze with some bf goodrich comp 2 in 205/50r16. I'm on stock suspension so I figure they'll be ok without rubbing hopefully

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just ordered a set of the bronze with some bf goodrich comp 2 in 205/50r16. I'm on stock suspension so I figure they'll be ok without rubbing hopefully

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Let me know how that works. I really want a taller side wall but I’m afraid of rubbing at full lock or big bumps.


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Let me know how that works. I really want a taller side wall but I’m afraid of rubbing at full lock or big bumps.


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will do man they gotta get coated and mounted so itll be a couple weeks. I hope it smooths out the ride instead of feeling every pebble in the road

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Really considering these for 225/45/16 ZIII. I have 215/40/17 ZIII now and still traction is an issue w/ the turbo setup. Thinking these may do the trick.

Anyone running these w/ 225/45/16 ZIII?
 

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