^ alot of wheels you can get staggered but he wants something rota price.
haha linh and i chatting
(10:34:10 PM) linh: **** dude should i stagger a 15x7 + 42 in the front and a +40 in the rear?
(10:34:25 PM) mastadon: damn hella staggered
(10:34:41 PM) mastadon: youll get so much understeer youll die
(10:34:54 PM) linh: damn
(10:35:03 PM) linh: i should just got +55 and +50 then huh
(10:35:09 PM) mastadon: youll understeer into the future
(10:35:50 PM) mastadon: youll go past the limit of understeer and venture into oversteer
(10:35:54 PM) linh: oh ****
(10:36:13 PM) mastadon: then your car will turn inside out
(10:36:56 PM) linh: hahaha
I remember a month or two ago I met a guy in KINOD that he had staggered set up with sportmax 002.
It wasn't bad at all!
The only problem that he had was the tires the wheels had on them (they were really wide so he couldn't avoid rubbing...
Anyway so the cheap way to do it is to get Sportmax 002 15x7 ET38 (or something like that) and 002 15x8 ET0...
I've considered that myself. I don't think you could actually call that a staggered fitment because the visual offset is close to the same just be able to put a little more meat out back. If you want to do this, I have two 15x7 gold rb's up for sale. And Jimmy can hook you up with the 2 15x8's from Fuji Racing.