I’ve got a coupe with Eibachs and those tires with no issues. Not sure about sedan.
The coupe springs sit the rear a little bit lower, especially helpful since the rear tire is larger than the front with a setup like this. There are pictures in my intro thread from awhile back, if you click to my profile and view my past threads you'll spot it.Arca_ex you wouldn’t happen to have any pics of your car with you? Also, why did you run coupe springs on your sedan?
No codes thrown with that set up?2010 Sedan - I have Welds with 305 40 17 MT Rs on stock springs and its tight. Even with rolled fenders they are super close.
The only time that I know they rubbed is when I did spirited launch with 2 people in the back seat and a cooler full of adult beverages in the trunk.
Possible other scrubs that I didn't hear over the exhaust.
I the front I have Goodyear Eagle Sport 225 45 18 that have given me zero problems.
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