Technical Cinquecento Alloys

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Technical Cinquecento Alloys

Pooky

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I'm after advice on fitting larger alloys to my sporting. I only want to go for 14" but options seem very limited, especially as I'm led to beleive the offset is 29mm. Has anyone had experience running wheels with 35mm offset or do you need 6mm spacers?
 

Jonna83

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I have no idea but i bought some 14's from 'f-fwd Fast Forward Motorsport' there in Max Power and fast car or there number is '07002 999456' I bought some OZ Tucano wheels from them and they said they'd fit and they did without any spacers altho it was very tight im talkin mm's. I then jus went down my local tyre place 2 balance them 4 £20 i think.
 

Whitterz

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u can get VAUXHALL CORSA WHEELS ON, and use Spacers of 12mm, and wobbler bolts

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the undying question - acceleration or looks???

i fancy a nice set of 15's as a good balance

but no matter what the bigger the wheel the poorer the acceleration ;)

SEI-POWER
 
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<blockquote id="quote"> face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote">Originally posted by crayon
Cinqecento don't do bigger than an 1.1 acceleration what that???
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huh[?]

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HP

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Drop it 40-50mm
Put it on 175/50 13's
Put a 1242 in
Really **** people off at the traffic lights :D

Pete.
Cinq sporting 1242cc
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