Bolt-on fitments for street driven cars. Those who want a bolt-on fitment that will not require additional modifications and is very unlikely to rub the fender liners, suspension components, etc. You'll gain some performance as well resulting from the wheels being lighter than stock, and the tires being slightly wider. These setups offer an improved stance, but not enough to require rolled fenders, compromises on tire size, or negative camber adjustments. These setups can be used for the occasional autoX and/or track day, but they won’t maximize performance as you'll be leaving a bit of wheel and tire width on the table for the sake of having an easy direct fitment.
Agressive Street Fitments
Aggressive fitments for street-driven cars, some modifications may be required. Enthusiasts looking for a much wider and more aggressive stance than stock. We only list staggered wheel and tire configurations within this category to ensure front and rear wheel widths and offsets are optimized for the respective front and rear fender arches. These setups aim for a perfectly flush fitment with the fender arch, not recessed, and not poking beyond the body. While many of these fitments can be achieved without any modifications, there are variables at play like vehicle ride height, suspension type, and tire size/brand which may require additional work to prevent rubbing.
Performance Street/Track Fitments
Dual duty fitments that can be used on the street and the track. These “dual-duty” fitments are recommended for enthusiasts focused on maximizing performance, whether you use your car primarily on the street, or you’re a weekend warrior attending autoX and/or track days. This category includes both staggered and square configurations to best suit each individual drivers priorities, goals and preferences for their vehicle. While many of these fitments can be achieved without any modifications, there are variables at play like vehicle ride height, suspension type, and tire size/brand which may require additional work to prevent rubbing.
Dedicated Track/Race Fitments
Aggressive fitments for cars that see more miles on the track than the street. All hardcore track enthusiasts, time trialers and W2W Club Racers. This category prioritizes performance above all-else, and includes both staggered and square configurations to best suit each individual drivers priorities, goals and preferences for their vehicle. Motorsport oriented suspension setups with aggressive negative camber specifications are par for the course here, unless class rules prevent such modifications.
We are passionate about motorsports, and we’ve done our homework. Before developing wheels for a particular chassis we review class rules from popular racing organizations like SCCA, NASA, PCA, POC and more. To keep you competitive, we’ve included our recommended wheel fitments, and to keep you compliant, we’ve conveniently added class rules and regulations as they relate to wheels and tires.