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Old 12-12-2017, 20:48   #1
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Cheap rims for motorsport

Cupra R tdi with AP racing 312 discs:

I need some alternative rims for Sprint, slalom and track.

What will fit over the AP discs?

Please advise

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cheap and motorsport lol good luck,

Oz omnias fit, but there still 700quid
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Old 16-12-2017, 11:29   #3
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Thanks Pete was thinking steels off a vag.. the problem with having discs bigger than dinner plates.. stops well though

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Thanks Pete was thinking steels off a vag.. the problem with having discs bigger than dinner plates.. stops well though

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been there done that,

biigest problem is caliper size, the AP race brakes stick out half a bluddy mile so finding something to clear them is difficult.
the 312mm size isnt hard, my boc had 323mm brembos and they fitted under 17s no issue
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been there done that,

biigest problem is caliper size, the AP race brakes stick out half a bluddy mile so finding something to clear them is difficult.
the 312mm size isnt hard, my boc had 323mm brembos and they fitted under 17s no issue
Ah thanks for that..

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Iv got team dynamic pro race 3 on mine.
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Old 29-12-2017, 18:39   #7
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Iv got team dynamic pro race 3 on mine.
Thanks Pete: I was looking for something cheap and steels if possible for a second set of rims for doing autocross locally..

I'm thinking I will have to use my original wheels on the front and get some steels to go on the back... I'm trying to work out what offset etc they are...

Is there a good website to search..? I imagine most vag 5 studs will fit if the offset is correct..



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Iv got team dynamic pro race 3 on mine.
theree only 7j wide tho :/ and if u wanted more rubber then thats a problem
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