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Good sizes & offsets for wheels

18*9 +40
17*9 +40
I'm on yellows with Advan RS 17x9's with a +45 offset. Doesn't scrub at all with the 245/40 Dunlops

RCE t2 settings

Compression effects the damping when the shock compresses, rebound effects the dampining as the shock expands. So the stiffer the compression setting, the more effort it will take to 'compress' the shock. The stiffer the rebound, the more effort it will take to 'expand' the shock.

As far as 'feelings', the best way I can think to describe it is the way Myles once told me....
Think of the car rolling over a speedbump, as the wheel moves up, that is compression, as the wheel extends down, that is rebound.

• 06 sti
FINALLY got around to learning to tune my RCE Tarmac 2's.... Thanks to Myles for helping me get off my butt and learn to do it.

Current Settings:
Spring Rates: 500/400
Use (DD, Autox, Track): DD Only, since we don't have a track anymore. tires: FEDERAL SS 595 - 235x40x18
Compression (F/R): 6 clicks from full stiff / 10 clicks from full stiff
Rebound (F/R): 17 clicks from full stiff / 17 clicks from full stiff
Comments/Experiences: I'll echo twiSTies' sentiments now: Car rides great! Can't believe how well it rides with these spring rates. I found that with less weight in the rear (wingless and not carrying a spare tire anymore), I needed to go 1 click more from full stiff (on the REAR compression setting) to get a smoother, more compliant ride (less 'jounce') from the rear of the car. Hawaii roads just keep getting worse and the settings that my Tarmac2's arrived in were just far too harsh for DD only. Car is still very firm but suffers no longer from spine jolting reactions to the crappy roads that Hawaii has the nerve to call…...

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