Printable Version | Subscribe | Add to Favourites
<<  1    2  >>
New Topic New Poll New Reply
Author: Subject: Team Dynamics Pro Race 1.2 with R888's
Digimon

posted on 28/4/16 at 03:34 PM Reply With Quote
Team Dynamics Pro Race 1.2 with R888's

4 x 15" 7J Team Dynamics Pro Race 1.2 with 195/50/15 and 205/50/15 R888's

195's have the following tread reaming
No.1 = Outside - 5mm, Center - 6mm, Inside - 4.5mm
No.2 = Outside - 4.5mm, Center - 6mm, Inside - 5.5mm

205's have the following tread reaming
No.1 = Outside - 6mm, Center - 6mm, Inside - 6mm
No.2 = Outside - 7mm, Center - 6mm, Inside - 7mm

Unfortunately the ET isn't marked on the wheels but they fit my Ford based MNR very well

One of the rear wheels has some lacquer lifting please see the photos

Collection Only from Deal, Kent, CT14

550ovno


















Is this a TRADE ADVERTISEMENT?? Click HERE to report it!

View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
furryeggs

posted on 28/4/16 at 03:44 PM Reply With Quote
Sorry to hijack your thread but is that the same car thats in your avatar, it looks a different colour, is that a nardo grey wrap?
View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
loggyboy

posted on 28/4/16 at 03:48 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by furryeggs
Sorry to hijack your thread but is that the same car thats in your avatar, it looks a different colour, is that a nardo grey wrap?

Just a very filtered picture by looks of it.






View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
Digimon

posted on 28/4/16 at 03:49 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by furryeggs
Sorry to hijack your thread but is that the same car thats in your avatar, it looks a different colour, is that a nardo grey wrap?


That's ok, no its the same colour as my avatar porsche baby blue.

Thanks Simon

View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
PAUL FISHER

posted on 28/4/16 at 04:08 PM Reply With Quote
They must be some tyre now those R888's they add tread depth as you use them, as they only come with 5mm tread when new
View User's Profile E-Mail User View All Posts By User U2U Member
Digimon

posted on 28/4/16 at 04:22 PM Reply With Quote
That's strange, I did avoid the pickup from the track as well.

I'll say that are almost new then lol

View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
bi22le

posted on 28/4/16 at 06:39 PM Reply With Quote
Joking aside i found tyres last for ever on these cars.

My R888 had about 10 trackdays put on them before i decided that they had started to go hard and had to many heat cycles put through them.

I now have them as my spares as they are still better than normal road tyres.





Track days ARE the best thing since sliced bread, until I get a supercharger that is!

Please read my ring story:
http://www.locostbuilders.co.uk/forum/13/viewthread.php?tid=139152&page=1

Me doing a sub 56sec lap around Brands Indy. I need a geo set up! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHksfvIGB3I

View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
Digimon

posted on 2/5/16 at 11:34 AM Reply With Quote
Bump
View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
daveb666

posted on 3/5/16 at 08:11 AM Reply With Quote
Could you find the offset out?

It'll be stamped on the inside of the rim





2007bc Photography - Commercial and Wedding Photographer based in West Yorkshire

http://www.2007bc.co.uk / http://www.huddersfieldcommercialphotographer.co.uk

View User's Profile Visit User's Homepage View All Posts By User U2U Member   daveb666 's Aim
loggyboy

posted on 3/5/16 at 09:00 AM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by PAUL FISHER
They must be some tyre now those R888's they add tread depth as you use them, as they only come with 5mm tread when new


IIRC they quote 5mm, but when you measure they almost always have 6mm.






View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
Digimon

posted on 3/5/16 at 09:50 AM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by daveb666
Could you find the offset out?

It'll be stamped on the inside of the rim


Hi Dave,

Unfortunately the ET stamp is blank on the all the wheels

Thanks
Simon

View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
Digimon

posted on 3/5/16 at 09:54 AM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by loggyboy
quote:
Originally posted by PAUL FISHER
They must be some tyre now those R888's they add tread depth as you use them, as they only come with 5mm tread when new


IIRC they quote 5mm, but when you measure they almost always have 6mm.


That's good to know, I have remeasured them avoiding the pickup and it is right what I've written down. I thought I was going mad lol

View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
Digimon

posted on 9/5/16 at 05:51 PM Reply With Quote
Bump

500 ovno

View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
Digimon

posted on 17/5/16 at 03:41 PM Reply With Quote
Bump
View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
mikey p

posted on 22/5/16 at 06:50 PM Reply With Quote
Can you try and measure the ET please?
View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
Digimon

posted on 22/5/16 at 07:28 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by mikey p
Can you try and measure the ET please?


Hi Mikey,

I have followed a youtube tutorial and come up with -21 ET

Thanks
Simon

[Edited on 22/5/16 by Digimon]

View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
Digimon

posted on 26/5/16 at 05:59 PM Reply With Quote
Bump
View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
Digimon

posted on 6/6/16 at 07:56 AM Reply With Quote
Bump
View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
Digimon

posted on 23/6/16 at 07:31 AM Reply With Quote
Bump 400
View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
Mash

posted on 23/6/16 at 09:27 AM Reply With Quote
Sorry to be picky D, but could you measure the distance from the inner rim to the face that bolts on to the hub for me, so I can compare it to mine?

cheers

View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
Digimon

posted on 23/6/16 at 09:30 AM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Mash
Sorry to be picky D, but could you measure the distance from the inner rim to the face that bolts on to the hub for me, so I can compare it to mine?

cheers


Hi Mash,

Yes sure I'll measure this for you this evening

View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
Digimon

posted on 23/6/16 at 07:40 PM Reply With Quote
Hi Mash,

They measure 130mm from the outside to the inner face of the wheel, hope this helps

Simon

View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
Mash

posted on 23/6/16 at 07:55 PM Reply With Quote
Sounds fairly good to me D.

Can't get at the car right now, but will measure up in the morning and get back to you.

Mike

View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
Mash

posted on 24/6/16 at 08:49 AM Reply With Quote
Sorry D, measured up my existing wheels, and they are only 50 mm, so this would mean the new outide edge would 67.5 mm further out which is too far to adjust for.

Gutted

View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
Digimon

posted on 24/6/16 at 08:54 AM Reply With Quote
Hi Mike,

That's a shame, thanks for getting back to me tho

View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
<<  1    2  >>
New Topic New Poll New Reply


go to top






Website design and SEO by Studio Montage

All content 2001-16 LocostBuilders. Reproduction prohibited
Opinions expressed in public posts are those of the author and do not necessarily represent
the views of other users or any member of the LocostBuilders team.
Running XMB 1.8 Partagium [ 2002 XMB Group] on Apache under CentOS Linux
Founded, built and operated by ChrisW.