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Old 01-03-2011, 02:25 PM   #1
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Default Hpi sprint 2 350z body

If I have a hpi 190mm 350z body what offset rims would I need for the front and the back. I have some work xsa rims 3mm and 6mm offsets. Just wanted to find out some information. Its going on a sprint 2. Will the 3mm work for the front and the 6mm work for the rear. Will they stick out to much or will they be flushed with the body.
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Old 01-04-2011, 08:27 PM   #2
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HPI suggest for 190mm Bodies front - 0mm offset rear - 3mm offset
for their 200mm front - 3mm rear - 6mm

But that is for HPI bodies..I dont know what other bodies will run you may just have to play around and see what you like the best.
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Yeah om most yokomo bodies you will need 3-6mm and you will be fine, any wider offset lkke 9-10mm will be to much and stick out way to far! But on the yokomo 350z the wheel wells are wide and you can fit a 9mm but have to run alot of camber for the top of the rim to tuck in flush!

On my HPI 350z I have some custom 9mm gram lights 57pros, and they sit tucked in with like -3/-4 of camber on a Yokomo chassis!

and on my HPI MKll Chaser 200mm body even a 9mm wont sit flush with the body so im running Traxxas 12mm grey spacers for them to sit flush!

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