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work vs-xx recommendation??

I am running:
18x8 44et
19x10.5 et40
5mm spacers on all 4 corners. 10mm would work on all 4 as well. I think my rear lip is 3.5.
 
19x10 +25 A disk should clear the calipers WITHOUT spacers while being FLUSH to the rear fender while lowered.

should give you a 3 inch lip.

i belive there is a works vs-xx chart online for this sort of thing.

looking for a 18/19 work vs-xx setup. what can you recommend for the rears?? i want the biggest lip possible without pulling the fenders.
 
My fronts are R disk, rears are O disk (I think). You should be fine if you run 275 tire. My rears are dropped low, I could add another 5mm to my current setup.
 
O disk will give you the biggest lip. A Disk is the "Standard" disk and is a mixture of lip and caliper clearance.

What year is your NSX?
Reason I ask is that NA1 rear brakes tend to have more clearance issues than the NA2 brakes because of the caliper carrier bracket.
 
19x10 +25 A disk should clear the calipers WITHOUT spacers while being FLUSH to the rear fender while lowered.

should give you a 3 inch lip.

i belive there is a works vs-xx chart online for this sort of thing.

This is the chart you're referring to:
http://www.workwheelsusa.com/media/wheels/26/75/WORK VS-XX Spec.pdf

The 19x10 +26 A disk gives you an 84mm lip (or 3.3").
The 19x10 +23 O disk gives you a 97mm lip (or 3.8")

For reference, this is my 19x9.5 +29 O Disk with ~ 3.6" lip.
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Why not go with the 19*10+23 o-disk, if you want flush? Mines on order and will take about 2-3months

This is 19x9.5 +23. A 19x10 +23 will stick out 6mm past this.
Use this calculator to help you:
http://www.1010tires.com/WheelOffsetCalculator.asp

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Below is a 18x8 +38. Personally one of my favorite fitments because of it's mostly flush fitment and it pretty much doesn't rub at all (I'm currently running 18x8 +35 and they rub, but rarely).
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This is 19x9.5 +23. A 19x10 +23 will stick out 6mm past this.
Use this calculator to help you:
http://www.1010tires.com/WheelOffsetCalculator.asp

IMG_05161.jpg



Below is a 18x8 +38. Personally one of my favorite fitments because of it's mostly flush fitment and it pretty much doesn't rub at all (I'm currently running 18x8 +35 and they rub, but rarely).
IMG_050211.jpg

hmm, how come Dawk posted above that he's running 19x10.5 +40 with 5mm spacers and still have a bit of room?? maybe i should pay it safe and get the +38...

what about running a 265 instead of a 275??
 
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hmm, how come Dawk posted above that he's running 19x10.5 +40 with 5mm spacers and still have a bit of room?? maybe i should pay it safe and get the +38...

what about running a 265 instead of a 275??


19x10.5 +35 (which is what +40 with a 5mm spacer is) is equal to a 19x10 +29.

I'm not saying +23 won't fit.. it probably will with a 265 or a narrow 275, it's just that the edge of the rim will most likely be just past the fender (a la "HellaFlush" style).
 
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