Speedline 2120 Flowformed Wheels

With P11L springs, on a 7.5", I hope they're et53 with 215 tyres. You might get away with a 225 on a 7" et53.
Otherwise a slight roll of the rear arches, or/and increasing negative camber or/and using bigger bars, to restrict the suspension movement.

The P1 would sometimes rub at the rear, with the optional 7.5" x 18 , et53 and 225/35 tyres.
yeah hopefully they are et53. If they are keepers I will be running the 215/45 AD09s on them. Will be getting as much camber in the rear as I can with the new suspension. So will see how I go.

225 tyre doesn't fit at all on the rear with ET53. Not sure a 7inch or 7.5inch rim would make much difference to that. The tyre hits therear strut before wheel sits on the hub. That being said that was with AR-1 tyres so not sure if the actual width is wider than the size category they fall into or not.
 
Reducing to 7" would reduce the overall tyre width (wall to wall) by about 6mm.
The track day tyres tend to have a square shoulder.
Lifting the rear ride height reduces negative camber. The change of springs might help with clearance to the strut.
 
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yeah hopefully they are et53. If they are keepers I will be running the 215/45 AD09s on them. Will be getting as much camber in the rear as I can with the new suspension. So will see how I go.

225 tyre doesn't fit at all on the rear with ET53. Not sure a 7inch or 7.5inch rim would make much difference to that. The tyre hits therear strut before wheel sits on the hub. That being said that was with AR-1 tyres so not sure if the actual width is wider than the size category they fall into or not.
PM me if you need anymore info
 
Is this 215/40? Or 45?
The tyres I have are 45 so unfortunately will just have to make it work.

Will take everything everyone has suggested on board, and cross the bridge when it comes. Im sure i can sort something out.
Be careful who you take advice off.

17” P-WRC1 7” x 17” ET52 Personally never had any problem with 225/ 45/17.
18” P-WRC1 7.5” x 18” ET53 Won't fit over Brembos but 215/35/18 seems to be the best but 225 work.
18” P-WRC1 7.5” x 18” ET46 Made for the newage with Brembos but definitely 215/35/18 possible wee arch roll at the rear. For a classic with 215's
 
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Will let you guys know offset once I get the wheels. Once I have them, I will confirm if i refinish them and use them or sell them on. This could be a few weeks.

Either way, which ever size 17 inch wheels I settle on, they will be wrapped in my 215/45 AD09's.

The car isn't running Brembos and I don't have plans to change as I still want to be able to throw my 16 inch rays on whenever I feel like it.
 
So my wheel spending spree continues and so do the curve balls. Just picked up these OZ prodrive wheels 17x7 but.......ET40.

Bought without confirmation of offset as i presumed they would be within subaru range of 48-53.

Are these gonna rub like hell with my 215/45R17 tyres?

I notice the fitment would be similar to an 18x8 with et48 like revolution milleniums.

Here they are. No curbing just need refinishing.
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This threads really turning into my massive wheel obsession.

Its wheely fun.

AnyOne know what these prodrive P-WRC1 wheels could be from?

Strange offset. 17x7 ET40. 5x100.
 

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