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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-16-2019, 02:33 AM Thread Starter
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Aspire wheel by titan7.
19x9 / 19x10. MP4S 255/295
Have not weight it.

Don’t mind the lifted ride as it is a 2018 with 2018 spring 😞.

Because the front at 19x9. I feel that 255 might be a little round out.

Overall love the look. The CCB really pop the silver out.

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-16-2019, 08:19 AM
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Nice. I like that wheel design. Though I am unfamiliar with titan7 wheels...hopefully at least flow formed construction?

What's your plan to remedy 2018 spring situation? Luckily OEM 2017 springs are available, as well as ST/KW springs, and a KW coilover option too.

I like the grey color too. For me Sparco seats, Technico wheels, and carbon fiber steering wheel are must have options, the rest I can be flexible on.
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I am in process of ordering a new Competition Red Quad this week. Planning to replace the wheels and tires with the same Aspire T7 wheels in silver. What has been your experience with the wheels. The distributor told me that I have to use 5 mm spacers to clear the standard brakes in the front only. Spacer is option on the rear. Did you install the OEM TPMS sensors as well when you purchased the wheels? How are they working?

If any one is looking for brand NEW dark OEM wheels and Corsa tires for a QUAD, please reach out to me at [email protected].

I am new on forum. Is there a proper place to list wheels and tires for sale?
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Perhaps the "For Sale" section might work. 😉
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What's your plan to remedy 2018 spring situation? Luckily OEM 2017 springs are available
The right answer is you go to your dealer and ask them to replace the too-high springs per the related service bulletin.
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I am in process of ordering a new Competition Red Quad this week. Planning to replace the wheels and tires with the same Aspire T7 wheels in silver. What has been your experience with the wheels. The distributor told me that I have to use 5 mm spacers to clear the standard brakes in the front only. Spacer is option on the rear. Did you install the OEM TPMS sensors as well when you purchased the wheels? How are they working?

If any one is looking for brand NEW dark OEM wheels and Corsa tires for a QUAD, please reach out to me at [email protected].

I am new on forum. Is there a proper place to list wheels and tires for sale?


I purchase new TPMS from amazon. I have CCB and did NOT need to use any spacer front.
I like the beefy looks on the the tires, so I may try 265 in the front the next time.

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2014 SQ5 - DTUK Tuned
2009 Mini Clubman JCW - Alta Tuned 290hp
2005 E55 Wagon - OE Tuning 750hp
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HA! Yesterday there was the thread about "Baby you can drive my car" today we have Rubber Sole. Those should be helpful when you're flying down The Long and Winding Road, Abbey Road or Penny Lane.
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I'm not minding the high 2018 springs. Today I got to work late and a colleague had parked in their spot a little close to the line, when they have plenty of space on the other side with an unused handicapped spot. So My visual cues for the curb were off. Luckily, the high springs saved my front splitter. I had pulled in slowly, waiting for the sensors to chime and then stopped at my normal curb cue off side mirror. Well my front lip was an inch over the curb but high enough to clear it. My skid strips were clear too on the outer edges even though the middle was more in trouble. I also have my 5 mm spacers in place from my winter, minus the shims up front. Gives a nice flush look but I am thinking about gravel spray. I have the ppf in place behind the wells but this is wider than stock. Took my diy mudflaps off with the summers.

Oh, and nice wheels. My OZ winters are more narrow and required not only a 5 mm spacer but 2.5 mm shims to clear the front brakes. They are Ti wheels, that's why. Rears are fine regardless.

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