Anyone done 315 in the rear?

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  1. ColeBartakovic

    ColeBartakovic Senior Hellcat Member

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    Hey i was wondering if anyone has done 315 or maybe bigger in the back? And if so what wheels did you have to go with and what did you have to do?
     
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    I plan on going with the Mich Super sport 315/35/20 with rims made by Triumph a vendor on this site and He has done great work and quality for others on this site.
     
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    ColeBartakovic Senior Hellcat Member

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    Have they gotten 315 on a hellcat with no rubbing?
     
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    Biz over at Triumph has a customer that is going with the 20/11 back rim that should work. Waiting on results.
     
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    ColeBartakovic Senior Hellcat Member

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    That would be amazing if it worked, i drove my buddys c6 z06 with 345 on the back and it really hooked
     
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    A member here has triumph's on rear with 315 Pirellis on. Jazz blue if I remember correctly. He has lots of pics. Did you try a search of 315?

    edited to add...... DGatzby has this combo.. The offset is critical on the rims so custom rims are a must.
     
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    ColeBartakovic Senior Hellcat Member

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    Does triumph do custom? I have heard that they are a great place to get wheels from in order to get bigger tires on the rear
     
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    Do a search 315 and DGatzby. He goes through all of the details. Yes Triumph custom machines the wheels so they can produce any offset. Be sitting down when you get the quote for the pricing. :eek:
     
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    Is it that bad
     
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    Good morning OP. I had PZero 315/35's with 10.5" Triumph Performance Wheels on the rear. They look mean, they are wide, they bite ok, can run a 11.3 sec quarter and 3.6 seconds to 60. That is not that impressive IMO. Pirelli runs 1/4-3/8" wider than Nitto. They will be dis-mounted this weekend FYI to consider something different. I did not like them. At approx. 20mm backset they will rub the inside under hard corners. If you don't want to rub, you will have to allow them to stick out past the sheet metal. I say get Nittos, MT or similar, they work at 25-27mm. Stay away from the Pirelli 315. If you like Pirelli, try the 305/35 instead.
     
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    Great info
     
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    I was thinking mt or nitto in the 315 but i need something that can work in the rain alsi
     
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    ColeBartakovic Senior Hellcat Member

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    Well talked to triumph and its about 1200 a wheel
     
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    I'm running Forgestars, 20x10.5 rear and 305 MT's.
    They fit just inside the fender.
    The l/h tire lightly rubs the rear inner fender which I slightly reshaped with a heat gun.
    I've run this combo on several Challengers with no issues.
    20x11 fits really tight, and will normally either stick out of the fender or rub hard on the inner liner.
    315's will fit but will rub, depending on brand.
    FWIW, MPSS run wider than most other brands,
     
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    Well with triumphs going for 1200 a piece i wont be getting wheels anytime soon
     
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