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Thread: 20" RS5 Rotors on a B7

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    20" RS5 Rotors on a B7

    Well, I got my second B7 a couple weeks ago. During that time i've put my Airlift air ride kit on from my old B7 and bought some 20" Rotor reps.

    here's the result:






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    Love those wheels! How did you get rid of rubbing? I'm running OEM RS4 19" wheels (et29) that came with standard 255/35 tyres. Had only a little bit of rubbing when bottoming out. Last weekend I put new (245/40) tyres on hoping to add a bit more comfort and eliminate the rubbing all together. However despite the narrower width (245), the higher sidewall (40) actually made the rubbing much worse.. Now I rub even when riding over the smallest of the bumps... So wonder whether there is anything else I could do before I spent even more money on new tyres...

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    The wheels are 20" x 9J ET 35, I can adjust the ride by a touch of a button so it don't rub. i used 225/35/20 tyres, ride is great and smooth.
    RS4 wheels are 19" x 9j right? I'd personally be going for 225/35/19 tyre, will still be a good ride with that tyre.

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    25/35/19 should do it nice Audi BTW
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    wicked!!!
    but now you need to get some big brakes, as the current ones look stupidly small with these monstrous wheels imo.
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    Looks well does that! I do agree with tom though! Some monster calipers required now...
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    Im looking for bigger brakes, might go for S4 brakes front and rear. But i'm looking to change for some 18" wheels soon so these won't stay long lol

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    looking good
    i nealy went for the 20 rota
    but got the matt black rs6 20 9j 35 running 245/30/20
    goin on today -2 on the rear

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    hey bez is the Et 35 a flush fit? any pics to see that stance?

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    flush on the front
    i think a 5mm on the rear should do it .
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    Quote Originally Posted by TOM.S View Post
    hey bez is the Et 35 a flush fit? any pics to see that stance?
    Mine are ET 35 and they 'just' tuck litterally mm's clearance. And thats 20" x9j

    Bez they look very nice, i think i may have to try some of those on mine in the future. But on the lookout for 18" wide wheels so I can drive low

 

 

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