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Team Dynamics Pro Race 3 17" in Black?

Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by Gouldyboy, May 27, 2011.

  1. Gouldyboy

    Gouldyboy Member

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    Not sure if these come in the right fitment or not. I'm sure I saw them listed a little while ago in 5x112, now I can't find them.

    What offset would I want them to be?

    I plan on getting the car dropped at least 35mm, how do you guys think the 17s would look? I think they could be the best lightweight option for the price, plus I love the look of thick 5 spokes.
     
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  3. Triple.O.G

    Triple.O.G Active Member

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    No way! dont get 17"s mate, go on audizine forum and have a look as they get 17"s on there stock SE models and they look ridiculous!

    19"s for a B7, 18"s if your going REAAAALLLLLLY LOW! keep us updated dude.
     
  4. Gouldyboy

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    I'm just thinking about the weight! I plan on getting either the 35mm or 45mm eibach springs/shocks so it will be low.

    Picking wheels is tough!

    I'm quite particular when it comes to wheels, I really like thick 5 or 6 spoke designs like lenso rs5, pro race 3's, rota grid/gtr, volk rays (obviously!).

    If anyone has any lightweight recommendations based on these examples I would be very grateful!
     
  5. Triple.O.G

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    That's not that low mate, Are you on S-line? I can't remember. Lowering spring quotes are for SE models so if you buy 45mm springs for an s-line it'll only lower it by 25mm as the s-line is already down 20.

    You at least need 18"s get some light weight alloys if you wanna keep weight down. Also for grids you'll need adapters as there 5x114.3
     
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    Rota Drifts, check out various mk4 golfs with them on!
     
  7. Gouldyboy

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    I don't even have the car yet lol! I'm just the sort of person that likes plan exactly what I'm getting before I buy it :thumbsup:

    Rota's may be the best bet for the budget. Am I right in thinking I can use wobble bolts if theyre 5x114, but then I can't use spacers so I will need to get the offset I plan on keeping?
     
  8. Sam W

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    Pretty much, but it might be better to go down a pcd adapter route, espescially if you can pick some up with an offset that would allow it, much better for the car in the long run.
     

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