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they stick out just a tad to far in the rear. compress that spring enough putting down the power and tire meets fender. not good for track use from what I see. Hate to see you cut a tire or even worse... Do you think it will be OK?
Is there that much difference just because of the brand of tire???

@dirtroadtrip have fun at VIR and report back on how the wheels and tires work for you.
So the poke in the rear was nagging me, and I knew I'd benefit from more negative rear camber, so I got in there to see how hard it is to adjust. The answer is "not hard". Just loosen the bolt holding the camber arm to the subframe and push the camber arm in. The subframe holes are slotted and allow for adjustment. I think it's better now, and I'm going tomorrow to get it properly aligned.
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APEX Wheels

Race Proven, Street Approved
Supporting Vendor
Exp. Type
Time Attack
Exp. Level
5-10 Years
Bay Area, CA
S550 Mustang with 18" EC-7 Wheels in Satin Black

Square Setup
  • APEX 18x10" ET43 EC-7
  • Yokohama Advan A050 295/35/18
  • ARP studs 1 inch longer front & 1/2inch longer rear
  • 15mm spacers up front
  • Ford Racing track suspension with BMR Handling Springs
  • Camber -2.5* F / -2.0* R
  • PP Brembo BBK

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