First thought...don't put 20's on it...IMHO it will look like crap! Your ride and driveability will suffer big time. Even with 17's, this car rides stiff. If you're looking to put them on with as little as possible, you will most likely suffer the consequences. If you're intnent on doing it...take it to a professional and do it right.
I agree- way too muchwheel gap for 18" wheels. I don't like to change wheel sizes. I think a better solution all around (and maybe cheapre) would be to lower the car 1.2-1.5". Better handling would probably result, gap gone, and no problems with speedo calibration. Also, on R & T Magazine, so much of the ABS and especially computer-driven suspension programs are designed to work with the original size of the wheels. Wider is about all I'd be willing to go when the time comes to replace mine. Hopefully hatwon't be for a while... Just my $.02
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