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    Quote Originally Posted by BeeSuper View Post
    Which wheels did you get? I have the 20x9's and the 245/45/20. Which is not very good. I was considering 275's and 305's. Don't the new widebodies come with 305's all the way around?
    Idk about 305's all the way around. I'm not looking. Last time I looked I bought a $48k Scat Pack lol

    I got some "different" wheels. Everybody and their brother has Hellcat or (now) Demon Reps. I don't like being like everyone else lol

    These are 20x9 up front, and 20x11 rear. Currently running 245/45 Firestone Indy 500's on the front and Nitto NTO5's in 315/35/20 rear.

    These will soon be for sale will everything needed to fit/ clear the Brembo 4 pots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by punisher69 View Post
    Idk about 305's all the way around. I'm not looking. Last time I looked I bought a $48k Scat Pack lol

    I got some "different" wheels. Everybody and their brother has Hellcat or (now) Demon Reps. I don't like being like everyone else lol

    These are 20x9 up front, and 20x11 rear. Currently running 245/45 Firestone Indy 500's on the front and Nitto NTO5's in 315/35/20 rear.

    These will soon be for sale will everything needed to fit/ clear the Brembo 4 pots.

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    What wheels and tires do you plan to move on to?

    I like the Firestone 500's. I have them on my built RX, which has a very, pleasant, power to weight ratio.

    I thought about getting them in 275's and I think they make them in 315's. They do not, from what I saw, make them in 305.

    Last time I looked I came home with a Scat too LOL.

    Factory Reproductions has widebody replicas that look nice but they told me they are a bit heavier than their Demon replicas, which are their lightest wheel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeeSuper View Post

    Search Results for 695-LX3482 - Free Shipping on Orders Over $99 at Summit Racing

    There is only one review and in it they state it's the HC filter - this is correct, right?

    Part numbers are the same across vendors.
    Quote Originally Posted by BeeSuper View Post

    I thought about getting them in 275's and I think they make them in 315's. They do not, from what I saw, make them in 305.
    I went 305 on my played-out FR Hellcat wheels () as I didn't want to futz with a spacer, or massaging out the bump in the wheelwell. If you go that route, and want an all-season, BF Goodrich Comp2s are worth a look. They could be stickier, but the wet traction is awesome.
    Last edited by landoawd; 07-24-2018 at 07:42 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeeSuper View Post
    What wheels and tires do you plan to move on to?

    I like the Firestone 500's. I have them on my built RX, which has a very, pleasant, power to weight ratio.

    I thought about getting them in 275's and I think they make them in 315's. They do not, from what I saw, make them in 305.

    Last time I looked I came home with a Scat too LOL.

    Factory Reproductions has widebody replicas that look nice but they told me they are a bit heavier than their Demon replicas, which are their lightest wheel.
    The Firestones come in 305 but not 315. (I used to work for them)

    Tires I'm undecided on for now. I've tried a few obviously. Right now I'm leaning towards the Centerline 635b MM6. They won't be coming from Summit though, I can get them much cheaper elsewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by landoawd View Post

    Part numbers are the same across vendors.

    I went 305 on my played-out FR Hellcat wheels () as I didn't want to futz with a spacer, or massaging out the bump in the wheelwell. If you go that route, and want an all-season, BF Goodrich Comp2s are worth a look. They could be stickier, but the wet traction is awesome.
    I wasn't able to reply earlier...

    I ordered the HC filter from Summit because I'll get it sooner, apparently.

    I don't want to move metal or use spacers. I want to bolt up some wheels that fit and drive the car.

    I have vehicles for rain and snow, although, there is not much of that where I now live. That being said, I did drive my built RX around in negative 60. It was like Tokyo Drift.

    I'll look into the BFG's.

    It looks like the new widebody's are coming with 305/35/20. Maybe I'll give that a try...

    Any good suggestions for more noise? The Dynomax mini race bullets seem to be popular? Or...just straight pipe that section?

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    Quote Originally Posted by punisher69 View Post
    The Firestones come in 305 but not 315. (I used to work for them)

    Tires I'm undecided on for now. I've tried a few obviously. Right now I'm leaning towards the Centerline 635b MM6. They won't be coming from Summit though, I can get them much cheaper elsewhere.

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    This is not a bad looking wheel. Where do you intend to source them from and do you know how much they weigh?

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    IMO, deletes sound terrible. Some people like it, and sound is subjective, but I just went to the bullets.
    Thanks QUIKBEE_6.4 thanked for this post

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeeSuper View Post
    This is not a bad looking wheel. Where do you intend to source them from and do you know how much they weigh?
    I found a staggered set (2 from one seller, 2 from another) $679 shipped.

    Iirc the rear 10.5 are 31lbs and the 9's are 29lbs. They're a tad lighter than the ones I have on now but weight isn't a concern for me.

    If weight bothered me, I'd quit being a tight wad and just buy Welds for $800+ each 2018 Scat Pack Question

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    2018 Scat Pack Question

    Quote Originally Posted by landoawd View Post
    IMO, deletes sound terrible. Some people like it, and sound is subjective, but I just went to the bullets.

    Right. Did you go with the dynomax race bullets?


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    2018 Scat Pack Question

    Quote Originally Posted by punisher69 View Post
    I found a staggered set (2 from one seller, 2 from another) $679 shipped.

    Iirc the rear 10.5 are 31lbs and the 9's are 29lbs. They're a tad lighter than the ones I have on now but weight isn't a concern for me.

    If weight bothered me, I'd quit being a tight wad and just buy Welds for $800+ each 2018 Scat Pack Question

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    Those aren’t too heavy. The factory HC wheels are 29 lbs from what I’ve found. I’d like to stay around that.

    Can you message me where you found those?

    Weld has some nice stuff. However this is a case of my ambition exceeding my budget lol.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BeeSuper View Post
    Right. Did you go with the dynomax race bullets?
    Yep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeeSuper View Post
    Those aren’t too heavy. The factory HC wheels are 29 lbs from what I’ve found. I’d like to stay around that.

    Can you message me where you found those?

    Weld has some nice stuff. However this is a case of my ambition exceeding my budget lol.


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    Fronts:

    Centerline Mm6 20X9/5X115 18et Satin Black Wheels Rims 847655052172 | eBay

    Rears:

    20x10.5 Black Wheel Centerline MM6 635B 5x115 25 | eBay

    That's the prices and the ones I was looking at. Still not dead set on those. I'll be shopping for a month or better before I decide lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by landoawd View Post
    Yep.
    Do you remember what model is popular? It looks like there are a few:

    24251, 24250, and 24249.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeeSuper View Post
    Hi guys,

    I have a new Scat Pack and I have a question - the performance pages “dyno” has never shown over 390 HP. I’ve seen Scat Packs displaying over 500.

    What’s going on; is this normal?

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    My 16 A8 shows 502 at 100mph or so. Multiple times, never above 502.


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    I know this post is almost a year old. Your gauge may be showing horsepower in UK units as opposed to US units.

    On your center display, go to Apps, Settings, Units, Custom, Power. There are 3 choices: hp(US), KW, and hp(UK). Make sure you have hp(US) box checked and re-check your horsepower gauge. Hope this helps...



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