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Sport Techno wheels


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FWIW. I was actually looking to replace my 19" rims with 18" sport techno rims. I am currently running 11x19 rims now on the rear without any problems (also on an 02' Targa). I'm not sure of the offset but they do stick out a little farther than they should. I don't mind but some might. This is lowered with a Techart coil-over suspension which is similar to pss10.

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FWIW. I was actually looking to replace my 19" rims with 18" sport techno rims. I am currently running 11x19 rims now on the rear without any problems (also on an 02' Targa). I'm not sure of the offset but they do stick out a little farther than they should. I don't mind but some might. This is lowered with a Techart coil-over suspension which is similar to pss10.

Hello kgoertz, so it should be fine and no mods?? Thanks!

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Unfortunately I can't say for sure. The previous owner did the installation and I didn't know enough at the time to ask the right questions. I don't believe there were any other modifications though. The rest of the suspension is stock, brakes are stock and the fenders don't look like they were touched.

I thought Porsche listed the Sport Techno rims as an option even for a narrow body 996. I had found a link showing that they were available with an offset that looked correct (63mm). They were 18x11 et63 with a part number of 996.362.142.52.

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Will Sport Techno wheels fit 02' targa

Without any mods. I have pss10 on the car. Local dealer said I can't and have read that there will be no problems with the rears being 295/30 11x18 . Want rennteams advice. Thanks all

Yes, but your fit will vary with tires - different manufacturers tires may be wide enough to interfere with the fender or strut (on the rears).

No way to know unless you test fit or know someone with the same tire/wheel combination. Many tires are likely fine but you could find one brand or two that will cause issues.

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Will Sport Techno wheels fit 02' targa

Without any mods. I have pss10 on the car. Local dealer said I can't and have read that there will be no problems with the rears being 295/30 11x18 . Want rennteams advice. Thanks all

Yes, but your fit will vary with tires - different manufacturers tires may be wide enough to interfere with the fender or strut (on the rears).

No way to know unless you test fit or know someone with the same tire/wheel combination. Many tires are likely fine but you could find one brand or two that will cause issues.

Thanks loren

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