[Author Prev][Author Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Author Index][Thread Index]

RE: SS Brakes & 16" donuts

205/45/16 same diameter
215/40/16 (hard to find but do-able see bfg euro Trash/A) 
225/35/16-7 VERY hard to find but someone makes one.
215/45/16 easier to find little taller. 

If it were me(which it isn't) I would go to the  215/45's and live with a 
little slower speedo.

Dont know about the brake lines but I would be interested in finding out.  
Also can you tell me what the best suspension setup for the UR-q's is.  The 
person who wants to know is an occasional autocrosser and takes it to various 
track events but also uses it for a daily driver.

Also what are the G-60 calipers and what advantages would they have over the 
stock calipers.

Thanx and I hope I helped.
Pat Martin
864000csq 2 1/2 cat back, H&R-Boge,advanced and loving it.  Drilled and 
stopping it.  Koenig Cobra 16x7 with AVS Intermediates.
95 subaru legacy 

Where  is the best/cheapest place to get SS lines for the front of the 20V?

Also, Im currently running on Yok A509 205-50/15 (Which I think are made 
of ice) I want to go to 16", what size rubber do I need (Keep it clean!) 
to keep same OD?

Im about to get flogged, arent i!


bob.damato@snet.com (Temporarily Down!!!)
The Southern New England Telephone Co.	     |Phone: 203-771-7081
Information and Technology Center            |Fax:   203-773-3398
300 George St. New Haven CT  06510           |Pager: Dont count on it

             Drive Safe, Drive Fast, Drive a Quattro