Beyond 20,000 RPM!
If the specs differ should not have bought the rims.already put 55 profile on my vios. manage to get myvi baru advance 15 inch rim around & 4 pcs v12 evo2 donut for RM 1250. one side feel relieve as change the bald tire but during installation, i did notice the offset gap is more than i expected.
checking on the internet current 14 inch oem rim ET45. but on the rim itself is written 39. and at mudah the ads stating myvi baru 15 inch 6.5JJ ET40. but on the rim itself written 15x6J & 50 (mudah ads is published by different seller). it is about 10 mm in offset gap so the staff there put 7mm spacer in front wheel coz the new rim already kena brake caliper lol
seems to be mudah ads sometimes can be misleading nowadays. earlier having this kind of situation which on yesterday was checking with weng heng staff. in the ads stating 15x6.5jj but upon checking for confirmation it is 15x5.5jj. just wondering how come the clearly printed on the inner side of the rim also can be overlook the number lol.
sifu. i mean in term off driving experience should be not much different cause earlier the car was fitted with 185/65R14 especially speed at speedometer (since 195/55R15 is almost same with 185/65R14). but yes, in term of size upgrade, based on OEM tire size, it is still within 3% rule, which is 2.13% bigger like u mention earlier.
as new rim already fitted. it looks like the wheel abit going inside (rear tire) & my concern is on 7mm spacer. checking on the youtube see some videos telling using spacer is quite bad.
Yup, from 185/65R14 to 195/55R15 closer in specs.
As for spacers, most of the time not good is because not made to specs. Not flat, loose fit etc. A good spacer should tight fit and have center cone build in, This is to hold the rims in place right in the center. If loose fit the rims can be off center and that is where your vibration comes from...