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Pro Race 3 (White) / Direzza Z2s

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Waiting on a set of white Pro Race 3s with Direzza Z2s. This should greatly help the FiST track much better than the mediocre OEM RE050As.

I dunno how the white will look on the Green Envy.. I couldnt find any similar pics out there

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Oh and these should drop 4lbs p side. Not sure on the tire weight differences
Stickers arrived. 10x's better than our OEM RE050a's

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Apparently there have been some incorrect reports about the Pro Race 3. I weighed the rims and tires -

Pro Race 3 - 17x7 4x108 = 19.8lbs << way heavier than reported
Direzza ZII - 215/40/17 = 21.6lbs

Total Weight= 41.4lbs

Total Weight of the OEM FiST (Painted Grey) - 41.2lbs

So based on the info presented here I was hoping to save a few lbs and that wasnt the case. Granted the Direzza's weight 2.5 (avg) lbs more than most 215 tires, I didnt plan on the Pro Race wheels coming in at 20lbs.

Very disappointing.
No rubbing at all with 215/40/17 AND 10mm spacer on the PR3s. That includes over bumps, hard cornering, etc. Set on 2JR BC coilovers. FYI, these are the EXACT same as the stock weight with tire. So the only advantage is the extra width wo a weight penalty.

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You could probably get away with a 15mm spacer and still not rub but 10mm was enough stance for me without having to deal with pulling or tugging on the fenders. My fenders are stock.

I think the optimum wheel would be a 17x8 with 35offset, zero rubbing. I think we'll see people running 17x9s with a light pull on the fender.
Yes, 32 is right. 17x8 225s would just about do it nicely
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