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Welll, for my front MPSS 285 the recommended rim width is 9.5" - 11"

The tire manufacturer will have the recommended width listed on their web site.

Research is your friend, All of this information is out there, as my kids say - GTS!

(Google That Shit) :)

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Thought I would update this thread with real world results. I couldn't be happier with this combination, this run I managed a 1.4 60'

Rear 17" M&H at 17psi
Front 20" MPSS at 20psi


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What about street racing? Do they hook during launch on non prepped road?
 

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What about street racing? Do they hook during launch on non prepped road?
Well enough to spank the pants off of a Tesla model 3 Performance. To be honest, we 60' about the same, but after that I pulled bus lengths.

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Well enough to spank the pants off of a Tesla model 3 Performance. To be honest, we 60' about the same, but after that I pulled bus lengths.

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How many PSI do you run on the street?
 

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How many PSI do you run on the street?
25psi seems to be good for rolls, any less feels pretty sketch above 120ish. 17psi is the sweet spot for a dig launch.

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Yes OEM Brake calipers - BUT you must replace the OEM caliper bolts with a set of low-profile bolts. I used the Titanium Works kit.

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Could I fit the 17x10s over CCB?
If the calipers are in the original location, yes, but if the kit uses spacers to move the caliper - then No way.

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