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  • Last Activity: 01-23-09 10:56 PM
  • Join Date: 02-22-01

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  1. 12-30-12 06:11 PM - permalink
    Hey. Reted heard you were the one to talk to.. I have a fc with b- magic wide body. I'm going to use it for targa / tarmac rally what size do you recommend ? I like 17" Max . I also need to use street tires.. thanks in advance..
  2. Ignited Alchemy
    10-17-12 11:55 AM - permalink
    I was reading the fc fitment thread. I started understanding but the more I read the more mixed up I got. So the question I was trying to solve is? 18X9.5 Enkei NT03 w/+27offset will it work?
  3. 09-27-12 08:41 PM - permalink
    Hey Ted
    I have a stock 86 gxl would you think wheel sizes 18x10, 18x9 would fit running stock as a daily
  4. 2-N-D-pink
    04-23-12 04:05 AM - permalink
    Last logged in 2009. I hope your not dead!
  5. 2-N-D-pink
    04-23-12 04:03 AM - permalink
    Hello Ted,

    Im looking to go hybrid. Ive been searching but there is so much information...you keep popping up in what Ive searched so far, and it seems you know your shit. I need to rebuild my turbo and while Im at it, I want to change it to a t04b front housing.

    I have a pretty good set up to support a big turbo but Im not made of money so a hybrid will do for a while until I can afford the rest.

    Heres my set up:

    Stock ported JSPEC
    Stock turbo with external gate (.9 bar doesnt hold after 6k rpms)
    Front mount
    Microtech LT10s
    Greddy 750cc primaries
    Bosch 1600 secondaries
    walboro fuel pump

    I just want to know what am I going to need and any tip or advise you have.



    Thanks,
    -Chris
  6. 11-17-11 04:52 PM - permalink
    Wassup Ted. I see you know a lot about the RX7 and I need help with my suspension on my 88 Rx7. I just got it couple of weeks ago and its dropped on tein coilovers. It has stock phone dial rims. I was wondering what would be the best camber kits and some other goodies I can get for my wheels & fitment. Any feedback would be great, Thanks. I'm still a newbie starting out.
  7. Silver Comet
    02-19-11 11:02 AM - permalink
    Hey Ted I've been reading all of your posts and just wanted to make sure before I purchased the rims that I wanted. You also seem like a very credible source and know what your talking about. I was wondering if these fitments would work or if you can suggest something better.

    Here they are:

    Front: 17x9 Offset: 22 Tire: 235/45/17
    Back 17x10 Offset: 18 Tire: 255/45/17

    I can do a fender roll and pull if needed and I assume that they will just from reading. The Rims are RPF1's and I am currently running a stock suspension and later on after purchasing the wheels will be running Stance Coil-Overs when I can scrap up the money. I would like to avoid using aftermarket fenders and spacers. I really appreciate you taking the time to read this. Thanks

    - Nick
  8. Linguo415
    11-23-10 01:02 AM - permalink
    Hello Ted. I have a question about wheel fitment. I was considering getting xxr 962 wheels. They are ok and affordable. anyway im considering 17x9+35. I was gonna do 215/45 in the front and 225/45 in the back. The second option im thinking about is the same wheel only 18x9.5 front and back. 225/40 for the front and the same for the back. i will get 30mm oversize fenders for the front regardless. Will any of these be an issue for the suspension? i have a KYB agx set up and some sort of spring im not familiar with. It is lower than stock. Everything else is stock as far as suspension goes. Any advice wil be great. Thank you.
  9. wai
    09-16-10 08:23 PM - permalink
    wai
    hi Ted , just wondering are you still in Hawaii??
  10. *prillaman*
    03-25-10 02:36 PM - permalink
    im gettin ready to go 13bre in my fc just wondering if you had spec on motor ..... and can i run the re wiring and ecu without problem till i get a standalone thanks man

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