Sweet wheels, pretty sure they make them in the correct offset and stud pattern for the Alfas. I'd buy some but they are nearly worth as much as I paid for my car.. Also I never knew they had modern GTVs in Canada? The USA don't, they dunno what they're missing out on..
Yeah you can get them 5x100 so I'll need loose fit bolts. Well, I live in both Canada and the UK, in Canada I haven't come across any GTV's at all, the majority of cars there are rubbish.
If you have Bilsteins or similar you'll be good with 19". Don't use spacers and stay ond 225 to avoid scratching. That's it, the ride is not much harder than with 18" setup.
okay, thanks, so do bilsteins or konis etc. actually make a difference to how the car sits and it's stance, as opposed to OEM shocks?????
they're very hot rims. nice
very true. i love how the rears are staggered, perfect for the GTV's rear
I shudder to think how much a set of 19" LMs would cost!
well I can get replicas from ebay for around £500! not bad considering originals would cost at least 3 times that
Went to that Horsham Italia festival and they had a GTV with 19s on it and it was lowered. Looked pretty cool (I loved the rims it had...). Now..if only I could post a picture....
yeah they do look good. i think im going to go for 18" though, cos its enough, and im not sure what it would look like with 19s and no cup bodykit.
Ive seen one or two photos of GTV's with 19's on and they look awesome. Not sure what the ride is like but I imagine its pretty hardcore. I suppose roads in Canada are better than here in UK?
yeah the roads in canada are silky smooth, in the UK, lets just say, Alfas are not suited, too many potholes