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Old 23 May 2009, 14:08   #1
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Has anyone any pics of Inovit STV1's on their car?

Also, is this the right offest for my V5 Type R? :: alloywheelni.com :: tyre safety centre cookstown
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Old 23 May 2009, 14:58   #2
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I'll try and find a side on pic, mine are 5x100 with an ET of 45.

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Thanks mate much appreciated.
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I do like them there wheels....
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Def a good looking rim.

Are those 17's or 18's?
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I'll get some better pics of mine up, I think they look good and there cheap too. Think I paid 600 delivered for 18's with 225/45 budget performance tires, spiggot rings and new wheel nuts. Took the inovit stickers off mine and replaced them with Volks/Rays ones instead.
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Had them on my old coupe, common as ar$e holes now,go for something different Ryan a car like yours deserves more then a cheap replica wheel
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Old 24 May 2009, 12:19   #9
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Heres mine on my WRX Import

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Had them on my old coupe, common as ar$e holes now,go for something different Ryan a car like yours deserves more then a cheap replica wheel
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Very termpted due to the price just worried about how she would cope with 18's due to her being quite low


Any pics of them in gold?
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mine are 18's on 215/35 rubber
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look ace in white!!
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Very termpted due to the price just worried about how she would cope with 18's due to her being quite low


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As said above 215/35 rubber and there will be no issues
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Good stuff Simon..camskills should sort that.
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As said above 215/35 rubber and there will be no issues
at et42 mine are far from ideal offset! lowered -40mm on whiteline springs on bouncy roads it RUBS even with 215/35's

dunno what roads are like round everyone elses way though...im also getting my arches rolled to stopp scrubbage!!
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Mine are ok with 225/45's on, but only because I have some negative camber to help clear the arches a bit. Next time I need tires I will go back to 215/35's I think, never had problems with 18's and this tire size when I had standard suspension. They are a cheap replica wheel, but I chose them as TE37's are my favorite rim and I always end up kurbing my wheels and proper TE37's would cost over 2K. Plus TE37's would be a pain to get to fit as I can't find them in 5x100 PCD and they seem to be wider than the inovits which would cause problems.
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didnt realise they were replicas of anything - thought te37's were mahoosivly deep?

got them as theyre a light wheel...will be going 8' compomotives later in life...
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didnt realise they were replicas of anything - thought te37's were mahoosivly deep?

got them as theyre a light wheel...will be going 8' compomotives later in life...

Exactly what I was thinking, te37's look nothin like these!!

Anyone got pics of the Inovites in gold?
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Rota Grids (and the wider Grid Drifts) are TE37 copies as well. Grids would fit classics. The Drifts have more curve to the spokes - TE37s don't do this unless 9" or wider and only PCD 5x114.3

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They are a very similar rim I think, replica is not the word I should have chose, but they are definatly styled on them. They do look different at lower offsets and when wider:

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Somebodys bound to have Inovites in gold??
Would like to see them on a car to get an idea of wot theyd look like
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Still looking for a pic of these in gold folks...can anyone help?
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Does anyone know if these will clear the following: front brakes: AP 6-pot 330 mm. and rear brakes: STI Brembo's?? Thanks in advance!
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didnt realise they were replicas of anything - thought te37's were mahoosivly deep?

got them as theyre a light wheel...will be going 8' compomotives later in life...
Comps will be double the weight........................
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