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Old 01-15-2012, 11:57 PM   #1
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Official BBK and wheel Fitment Guide

Purpose: To provide aftermarket wheel and BBK fitment. The goal of this is to show how the wheel fits over the brakes. It is not a general wheel fitment guide. Please include the BBK used and the wheel specs. This way people can pick the BBK based upon their current or future wheel.

Brakes: Brembo 330mm 4 piston BBK
Wheel: Work Meister S1R
Size: 18x8
Offset: +40 with A-disc
Spacers: None used.

Fitment: Spoke clears Caliper by 3mm. Disc and caliper clearance is none issue.
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Old 01-16-2012, 01:08 AM   #2
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No one else with BBK fitments to post???
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Old 01-16-2012, 10:17 AM   #3
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What BBK is that - the boxster take-offs or? the calipers seem small? (no offense or nothing!)


Brakes: Stoptech 4 piston (ST40) 328mm 2pc slotted rotor BBK
Wheel: OZ Ultraleggera
Size: 18x8
Offset: +45
Spacers: None
Fitment: great, plenty of clearance.






Brakes: Stoptech 4 piston (ST40) 328mm 2pc slotted rotor BBK
Wheel: TR Motorsports (made by Enkei for Tire Rack)
Size: 17x8
Offset: +48
Spacers: None
Fitment: close!! anything higher than the +48 is probably asking for trouble. Sorry, dont have any close-ups for these, but its tight.

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Old 01-16-2012, 01:19 PM   #4
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Old 01-16-2012, 01:46 PM   #5
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BBS CO Clear by 1mm. I use 3mm H&R Trak+ spacers plus 30mm lugs (3mm) longer than standard just for piece of mind.

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Brakes: Stoptech ST-40 (4 piston) 355x32 BBK
Brand: BBS CO
SIze: 18 x 8
Offset: et 44
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Old 01-16-2012, 02:40 PM   #6
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TSW Interlagos - 18 x 8 et45

Stoptechs clear these as well. I measured with the template. About 1/4 inch clearance at a minimum.

I'll have these soon - just after I install my Borla kit and UB brace.
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Old 01-16-2012, 03:08 PM   #7
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[quote=GunKata;502894]What BBK is that - the boxster take-offs or? the calipers seem small? (no offense or nothing!)

It is the 330mm BRembo 4 piston kit with 1 piece discs. Manufacturer Part #: 1A4.6008A2. They are probably similar in size to your 328mm. Stoptechs

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Old 06-05-2012, 10:27 PM   #8
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Brakes: Forge 6 piston 330mm 2pc slotted rotor BBK
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Fitment: great, small amount of clearance with wheel balancing weights.

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Old 08-26-2012, 02:29 PM   #9
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which 18 inch wheels will clear cayenne 18z calipers??? the inside barrel on my ag m310's are hitting the caliper. my price range is <$1k.
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Search on here. I think I found that the Neuspeed RSE07 clear (at least I think to recall reading this) and there is one vendor on here who sells them for just over $1k.
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BBS CO Clear by 1mm. I use 3mm H&R Trak+ spacers plus 30mm lugs (3mm) longer than standard just for piece of mind.

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Brakes: Stoptech ST-40 (4 piston) 355x32 BBK
Brand: BBS CO
SIze: 18 x 8
Offset: et 44
Good to know incase I decide on BBS CO's as a daily driver wheel
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Old 08-26-2012, 05:36 PM   #12
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Search on here. I think I found that the Neuspeed RSE07 clear (at least I think to recall reading this) and there is one vendor on here who sells them for just over $1k.
They go typically for $299/wheel. Use the template from the link below and send it to Neuspeed. It is from the ECS Stage 5 with Cayenne 6 pots. You will need to draw in the discs. Send it to Neuspeed and they should also be able to help. If you are limited to $1000.00 I recommend you look for used wheels. If you wait a little bit of time and extend your budget to say $1500 I guarantee you can get some fly wheels.

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http://www.ecstuning.com/stage/edoc/...Sport-Stg5.pdf

If you cut out this template and glue it to a piece of cardboard and then include your rotor size. You can use it to calculate how much the spokes will need to clear the caliper. You can then measure from the hub to the end of the caliper. The key will will usually be the out top of the caliper as that is when contact usually occurs. The Neuspeeds though are designed to BBK friendly so hopefully they will fit. If your disc is too big you may need 19" wheels. What size disc?

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Brakes: Stoptech 355mm Trophy Kit (should be same dimensions as the regular 355mm Kit)
Wheels: Neuspeed RSE07 18x8 ET45

Tons of space between spoke and caliper... no spacer needed

Tried fitting my OEM 18x8 ET 50 Karthoums... but it looks like I'll need an 8 to 10mm spacer to clear with those... that is whey I'm selling them and getting 19 inch Neuspeed RSE14's in a limited edition hyper-black color (similar to BBS's diamond black finish)
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Old 08-26-2012, 07:43 PM   #14
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Fitment: about 4mm of space left
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