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Hi folks, just thought I'd collect the info provided on another thread in to one post.

Rims: TSW Bathurst, 21", offset 40mm, PCD 5x108, centre bore 63.4, width 9", load index is 2000 lbs ea.
Tires: Toyo Proxes Sport SUV summer high performance, 265/`45R21. Load index 108, Actual width on rim = 262mm.
Combined weight of rim and tire = 29 kgs (63.9 lbs) - one kilo lighter than stock 5068 rim with Conti Viking 7 winter tire.
The wheels fill the wheel arch out a bit more, see pic.
Speed difference: speedo shows 1 km/hr below GPS speed.
Still measuring, but have not noticed any change to range but need warmer temps here in eastern Ontario to do a compare to driving with the Goodyear all seasons. No totable difference with the Conti Viking 7 - these 245/50R20 tires measured 250 mm width on the stock 8" rims.


Overall impression is that the drive is smoother, which is counter intuitive! Jury is out range, though. Road noise may be up a little but a crank on music volume fixes that!

Will be looking to the suspension drop soon. Also looking a big brake upgrade options.

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Tony

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Nice wheels.
Big brake kits will be tough to fit on this car. The suspension and steering components are so close to the brakes it would take a lot to fit bigger in there.
 

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Nice wheels.
Big brake kits will be tough to fit on this car. The suspension and steering components are so close to the brakes it would take a lot to fit bigger in there.
Hi. It must be doable. Here's a pic of the trophy version with AP Racing Calipers and it has Ohlins dampers. Don't if the steering mech was modified for the race car but it is claimed to be stock.


Look for Jonny Smith's review on Fully Charged.

Looking for 380x36 mm rotor that's a direct fit (F-Type is 71mm centre bore) and AP Racing 6 pot caliper. Plan to take some measurements at the weekend. Then its a case of finding a company to make the bracket - may be AP Racing is just waiting to be asked!!

I have done something like this before, installing Porsche 996 911 Carrera 4S callipers on an Audi S6. These callipers were the smaller brother to the 996 911 Turbo callipers aka the original Big Reds.
 

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Hi. It must be doable. Here's a pic of the trophy version with AP Racing Calipers and it has Ohlins dampers. Don't if the steering mech was modified for the race car but it is claimed to be stock.


Look for Jonny Smith's review on Fully Charged.

Looking for 380x36 mm rotor that's a direct fit (F-Type is 71mm centre bore) and AP Racing 6 pot caliper. Plan to take some measurements at the weekend. Then its a case of finding a company to make the bracket - may be AP Racing is just waiting to be asked!!

I have done something like this before, installing Porsche 996 911 Carrera 4S callipers on an Audi S6. These callipers were the smaller brother to the 996 911 Turbo callipers aka the original Big Reds.
I'm not sure the Ohlins suspension has the same mount points and other suspension components as a stock car. Clearances could be completely different. That said, I think an AP racing kit could be made to fit. There are always spacers. I just don't see much point unless you're tracking the car.
 
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