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OEM Laguna Seca Wheel Tire Options


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#1 cholmes1

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Posted 21 March 2017 - 01:41 PM

Given the specs for the 2012 and 2013 Laguna Seca, what is the widest tire that can be comfortably fitted to the OEM wheel and suspension setup? 

 

2012 and 2013 Boss 302 Laguna Seca

Front wheel specs:
19" x 9" wide
5-lug, 4.5" bolt circle
169.3mm backspacing
42mm offset
255/40ZR-19 Pirelli Corsa competition performance

Rear wheel specs:
19" x 10" wide
5-lug, 4.5" bolt circle
187.5mm backspacing
47.5mm offset
285/35ZR-19 Pirelli Corsa competition performance

 

I would like to up the fronts to 275/35 and the rears to 305/30, but am not certain if that is possible.  Certainly, do not want to have pooling side walls, rub issues, or a poor lip attachment when at the track.  Thanks to anyone for their input.  I attempted to use a wheel/tire calculator but found nothing 'concrete' in terms of yes/no.

 

This was the best calc I could find: https://www.wheel-si...scl=50mm&sr=0mm

 

Best,

Charles








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#2 passionincar

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Posted 26 March 2017 - 07:30 PM

Hi,

 

Those would fit fine without rubbing, but that's the max i would go on those wheels.

 

I am running 295 and 325 on 10 fronts and 11 rears.

 

Few points, check your offset on front so you clear brakes, some tires runs wider so check before choosing your tires.

 

35 and 30 setup might look odd unless you get some springs which lowers your rears, but that's just me, you might like it.

 

Thanks,

Hari



#3 cholmes1

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Posted 28 March 2017 - 09:57 AM

Thanks. I was concerned about sidewall height as well, but not certain anything can be done.








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