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I keep seeing various different comments regarding which wheels are used on the honda BTCC. Are they pro race 1.2 or pro race 1.3, and does anybody know the difference between them ? I understand they are not "pure Jdm yo" but i think they suit the FN2 well.
 

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What size do you guys run ? 18's would replace the standard CTR wheels, and fill the gaps but 17's would be even lighter, granted you would need a drop to pull it off though.
 

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I'm running 18/8" et45 so they will clear my big brake kit I have ordered without spacers. 17" would look good and shave some weight but you would need to lower it to pull it off like you said.
 

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I have these wheels in 18/1.2's for winter use and think they are amazing over the

OEM for kerb weight
 

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Normall 18" mate 255/40/18 if i remember rightly.

But like i said a big kg loss over the oem wheels and

They look good too :D
 

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Stoptech should be getting them end of Jan. I've ordered the callipers in silver so it takes a bit longer.
You gone for the touring kit or the full monty BBK? Reason I ask is ABP advised I needed et40 offset to fit the BBK without spacers.
 

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this depend on wheel design aswell, i think the best bet would be to print out the stoptech template of their website.
Yes Chris it does depend on the alloy design. ABP sell the pro race 1.2s and it was they who advised that this alloy needed an et40 offset to clear the caliper of the BBK.
 

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as far as i am aware
the 1.3s are even more extreme wheels and are customisable.. i know a friend of mine had 18 x 10 made for the ttrs he was driving..

1.2 is still a classic and great wheel
 
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