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Jep, lowered with Madeno Springs.
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@Freds - very nice!
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Whats the ride / handling like ? do you have Koni / Bilsteins?
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@Freds - very nice!
You mean the wheels ?!
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@ Davor: It's my car

Handling is very great. My English is not very good so I can not describe exactly... It's much better than standard springs.
On the front wheels I have standard shocks, rear I have Madeno shocks.
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Yes, the wheels! Sorry, now I see that it's Joost's GTV!
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Thought those were gtv P3 v6 wheels?
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No my rims are from a Alfa GT Cloverleaf (18"). These are phase 3 wheels (17") :
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Joost, I knew they would look great on a GTV! There was a set for sale here but a friend grabbed them first for his winter setup on a GT 3.2.
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Look very similar, and almost identical when on a phone Looks good BTW
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Stunning! Did you use spacers?
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I used 25mm spacers on all wheels. 20 or 15mm at the front wheels would be better...

Picture of a Spider with these rims:
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looks amazing joost!
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I used 25mm spacers on all wheels. 20 or 15mm at the front wheels would be better...

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What tyre size do you use?
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No rubbing with 25mm spacers? I was afraid of trying even 15mm
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I have 20mm with 17" teledials. It rubs on hard cornering while hitting a bump only, but it really depends on the tyres.
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I had the same problems as Charlee but solved the problems with these: http://www.carfantasy.nl/images/AC%20IH440.gif .
Tyres: Pirelli P Zero Rosso 225/40 R18.
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Bump stops! Never thought of those. Will get some

Which are those?
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Isn't that a bit extreme? I suppose that makes the car extremely stiff..
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Well, the purpose is to stop the car from bottoming out in the back... It only works when needed. So I guess it won't be any stiffer under normal driving.
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I like these wheels, almost bought them instead of the Tele's i have now.Took me weeks to choose between the two I also like the wheels on Golds car, although they may not look as good on the GTV as they do on the spider. Another GTV i have seen on here is the one with the Fezzer 360 wheels, that looks very
I have them on my spider. They really suit the car
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I have the Alfa GT cloverleaf on my gtv with eibach springs and koni sport and it rubbed on cornering and bumps...But I found that the problem was less than a centimeter of the inner mud guard that touched the tire...all that was necessary was two swings of a hammer...Seems drastic but problem solved and not noticable in any way...I could post a pic if you want, in my case it rubbed just near the bumper and mud guard
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Please do (post pics )
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