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    2001 Porsche 911 C2
  1. Preview and Before Pictures: Decided to stick with my Sport Design 2 wheels for now- but i will be mounting 15mm H&R spacers on all four wheels. She should be done by Monday- I'll share after pics and impressions then.
  2. thanks for your input frank I think the H&R sway bars will compliment the coilovers well. I've also considered PSS10 and there plenty of positive reviews for them but i just can't justify the price. My C2 is really just a weekend cruiser/ canyon carver, i dont track and don't plan on it so the ease of adjustability is a non factor for me. I'd really just like to drop the 4x4 look, improve cornering, and reduce body roll. I'm still on the fence about moving up to 19's. I do like my sport design 2 wheels- but they are quite heavy and the front 7.5 wheel is too narrow imo. One other alternative i've been considering is keeping my wheels and applying some 15mm spacers on all four corners. i would recocommed you move up to a 285 in the rear- when i made that change it really transformed the feel of the car- it feels much more planted. ill let you know how the coilovers work out cheers -Jo
  3. Planning a small overhaul of my 996 C2 Mk1 suspension/wheel/tires Current: Suspension: stock Wheels: OEM Sport Design 2 (bbs 2pc- wheels)(mk1 gt3 wheels) 18x7.5 et50 18x10 et65 Tires: Sumitomo HTR Z III (225/40/18- 285/30/18) Plan: Suspension: H&R Street Performance Coilovers + H&R Sway Bars (front and rear) Wheels: OZ Ultraleggera 19x8.5 et53 19x11 et65 Tire: Hankook Ventus V12 235/35/19 295/30/19 Any thoughts on the new set-up, issues i may have? experiences with the coilovers,wheels, tires? With the increased wheel width I think the wheels will be flush with the fenders but if not are spacers even an option?- does anyone have this set up? need to roll fenders? pics? thanks for your feedback
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