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Old January 5th, 2011, 06:36 PM   #1
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Talking StanceAccord: Vossen CV2's Black w/Machine Face

Hey guys,

Well the wait is over finally got my wheels..

Luxury lightweight Vossen staggered 19, 20, 21, 22 inch wheels rims for Mercedes Benz, BMW, Lexus, Audi and Bentley

Front Spec's: 20x9 et. +32, Tire's: 225/35/20

Rear Spec's: 20x10.5 et. +25, Tire's: 255/35/20

Here are some Stock wheel picture with (-) Camber Adjustment.










NOW SEX on wheels.
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[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LFLKfGdl0AA]YouTube - HellaFlush Vossen CV2's Black with Machine Face[/ame]
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Old January 5th, 2011, 06:43 PM   #2
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Old January 5th, 2011, 06:50 PM   #3
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your camber is TOO aggressive in the rear. it is killing your stance. easy up on it about 1.5-2 degrees
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you want the wheels to stick out a tad bit. thats when you attain a good or decent stance.
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Wheels look nice, I would have preferred a pull in the rear so you wouldn't need to run as much negative camber. The front having a lot less camber than the rear throws the look off a bit, but I appreciate your effort and from the side it looks great.
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your camber is TOO aggressive in the rear. it is killing your stance. easy up on it about 1.5-2 degrees
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Wheels look nice, I would have preferred a pull in the rear so you wouldn't need to run as much negative camber. The front having a lot less camber than the rear throws the look off a bit, but I appreciate your effort and from the side it looks great.

I'm still doing some adjustments, not final stance.. Just needed this camber to fit this week.. Right now with the drop and camber i have NO play with Fender and tire, i have like "half" 1/4" of fender to tire clearance.

Unless someone knows someone here in Miami, that can Cut fender lips "Professionally" and seal the fender after.
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Old January 5th, 2011, 07:15 PM   #7
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nice whip dude the negative rear chamber looks weird in imo
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Old January 5th, 2011, 07:44 PM   #8
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i love it!! the stance is moneeey.
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Old January 5th, 2011, 07:44 PM   #9
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I like the wheels. Now perfect your fitment. I see the potential. Would like to see some daylight pics.


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Old January 5th, 2011, 08:10 PM   #10
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Day pictures coming soon, Taken some shots Sunday after some finaly adjustments of my coilover's and camber. .
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Those wheels are perfect for your car!!
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Old January 6th, 2011, 10:47 AM   #12
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perfect for ur car but throw some spacers on there dude
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Old January 6th, 2011, 10:52 AM   #13
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maybe you can get more room to play with in the rear if you run a 235 on rears, other than that, looks good
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perfect for ur car but throw some spacers on there dude
Well i just added 5mm Spacer in the front, and it's still has some room to play, so now i guess it's time to order some 10mm spacers or try to fit a 15mm in the front lol..
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maybe you can get more room to play with in the rear if you run a 235 on rears, other than that, looks good
That's a crazy tire size on a 10.5 rim lol.. The most i will do is 245 lol.
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Old January 7th, 2011, 11:12 PM   #15
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that looks absolutely gorgeous!!!!!
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Well i just added 5mm Spacer in the front, and it's still has some room to play, so now i guess it's time to order some 10mm spacers or try to fit a 15mm in the front lol..


That's a crazy tire size on a 10.5 rim lol.. The most i will do is 245 lol.
245? You can low lower. Guess you don't want hellaflushness. Lol. Oh and drop your car a tad more.


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I'm sorry but this looks stupid as hell on stock rims, what was the reason for so much negative camber ???

Even with the aftermarket rims, your setup would look a lot more agressive + benefit from camber wear if you dial back the negative camber

Nice choice on rims though
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Well i just did some adjustments this weekend, will post pictures soon.. I rised the rear a little and brought less camber, i need to get my fenders lips cut the roll isn't enough.

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I'm sorry but this looks stupid as hell on stock rims, what was the reason for so much negative camber ???

Even with the aftermarket rims, your setup would look a lot more agressive + benefit from camber wear if you dial back the negative camber

Nice choice on rims though
Yeah i know it looks stupid on stock wheels, But i only did that for my new wheel setup, I road like this to the Wheel shop to get my new wheels, The reason i would need to some aggressive camber is because of the low offset i have on these wheels, and being so low..

Even though this weekend i did some adjustments, i still need to cut my fender lips in the rear to space the rear out some and put back the - camber of 3.5.. I'm now riding with less camber until this weekend
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Old January 11th, 2011, 06:27 AM   #20
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not bad. run a lil less camber and itll be money.
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Sick car man...this gives me inspiration for my '10 BBP...tryin to decide now whether to go with the oem yellow fogs, or to go 6000k to match my heads.
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Btw, where'd you get the roof spoiler...that's the first time i've seen that mod with the brake light.
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not bad. run a lil less camber and itll be money.
, i brought the camber back down this weekend we did adjustments right now i'm about -2 or so before i was like around -4 lol.. I'm slightly poking rear now, but i need to get my fender cut because the roll isn't enought, i have no more run to play. After i get the fenders cut i am going to do like -3 camber with spacer to give camber and poke. .. Not as much as before but a little more than now.

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Btw, where'd you get the roof spoiler...that's the first time i've seen that mod with the brake light.
I personally don't like BBP with Yellow fogs, it takes from the Clean look..

Spoilerkings is where i got the spoiler but the LED's are custom.
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Old January 11th, 2011, 11:01 AM   #24
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Here are some updated front pictures.

So i added a 15mm spacer so now the offset is 32+15 "spacer"= +17offset





Here are some updated rear pictures.

Brought camber about 2 degrees less and i raised the rear about 1/2 inch. It's still a +25 offset i can't add any spacers right now until i get my fenders cut, after that i will put more camber maybe like -3 or so, not like before much less but still camber.. and then after adjusting the camber i will slap on a 10mm spacer to get back the poke.


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Like the Vossen's, glad to see the rear camber adjusted so it's not quite so aggressive.

Nice upgrade from stock rims, regardless!
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Holy baaaa jizzzzz

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Like the Vossen's, glad to see the rear camber adjusted so it's not quite so aggressive.

Nice upgrade from stock rims, regardless!
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Yeah still need to do some Adjustments but need to get the fenders cut this weekend
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roll em. dont cut em. IMO the fenders lose strength when you cut em. and when/if the tire comes in contact with the fender it will warp it in the future.
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roll em. dont cut em. IMO the fenders lose strength when you cut em. and when/if the tire comes in contact with the fender it will warp it in the future.
Agreed, I don't often see people going the cut fender route, much better to just roll them, and less worry about sharp edges.
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