Got new shoes, might be the first 4x100 Fist?

Discussion in 'Fiesta ST Wheel and Tire Upgrades' started by raamaudio, Apr 16, 2014.

  1. raamaudio

    raamaudio Active Member

    These are my daily driver wheels and tires that I can run all year yet have incredibly good handling for an all season, the top rated tire made for it though not to great in snow but I have no plans for much of that.


    The car is sitting a bit high, just dropped it off the lift so not settled yet and around 200 lbs out of it at the moment.





    17x7, 4x100, +40 offset, Konig Feather, 205/45/17 Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3 Y rated, 38 lbs per corner
    New TPMS sensors, mount, balance, warranty, lifetime balance, $1292 plus tax.

    These are very good wheels for a very good price and the best tires I could put on for all around use. They can be used on the track when really cold, wet, etc and then I will have dedicated track wheels and tires for good weather. These will also ride much better than the stock tires, probably handle just as good or very close and not be an issue in bad weather like the stockers. More sidewall, +0.8", means less chance of bending a rim as well. The tires are wider than I expected for a 205/45/17, a little stretch which is good, they could fit a bit wider wheel just fine.

    My track setup will be 225/45/15 Hoosiers that are 8.8" wide or 225/45/17 BFG Rivals that are 8.5" wide on 15x9, 12.2lb roll formed wheels for just $141 each! I am working with a brake company to provide a BBK to fit them with. The track wheels and tires will weight 32-33 lbs per corner.

    This is why I changed to 4x100, far more to pick from and some good ones for great prices:)
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