2002 Toyota MR2 Spyder Enkei RPF1 16x8.0

photo 1 Toyota MR2 Spyder custom wheels Enkei RPF1 16x8.0, ET +38, tire size 205/45 R16. x ET 215/45 R photo 2 Toyota MR2 Spyder custom wheels Enkei RPF1 16x8.0, ET +38, tire size 205/45 R16. x ET 215/45 R

Custom wheels & tires for Toyota MR2 Spyder

Front rim size
(Rim Diameter in inches x Rim Width in inches)

16x8.0

Front rim offset
Definition

+38 mm

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Front tire size
P-metric stands for passenger vehicle. LT - for heavy loads, towing and off-road durability.

P 205/45 R16

Wheel backspacing
Correct backspacing allows enough room for the suspension, brake, and steering systems to operate without interference from the wheel. Positive offset creates more backspace, while negative offset reduces backspace

6”

   
Rear rim size
(Rim Diameter in inches x Rim Width in inches)

16x8.0

Rear rim offset

+38

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Rear tire size

P 215/45 R16

   
Rims brand
Wheel Manufacturer & Model

Enkei RPF1

Tire brand
Tire Manufacturer & Model

Hankook R-S2

Details of modified 2002 Toyota MR2 Spyder

– Will the wheels 16x8.0 38 offset with P 205/45 R16 tires fit on a 2002 Toyota MR2 Spyder?

– Yes, they will fit. As you can see from the pics this 2002 Toyota MR2 Spyder is running Enkei RPF1 16x8.0 with 6” backspacing and Hankook R-S2 P 205/45 R16 tires.

- Spacers: none. rear needs 10-15mm to flush it up
- Fender rolled/pulled: Perfect up front. rubs the inside of the fender lip. needs a roll and it will clear.
- Camber: whatever it came out to be after lowering.
- Suspension mods: Espelir Super Active Down springs. stock struts
- Member name of which forum?: Nachtmensch on JDMUniverse.com, JDMChat.com. chicagoarea240sx.editboard.com, ClubFR.net. Also dc2_lsvtec on Zilvia.net

photo 3 Toyota MR2 Spyder custom wheels Enkei RPF1 16x8.0, ET +38, tire size 205/45 R16. x ET 215/45 R

Definitions

Wheel Offset

Refers to how your car’s or truck’s wheels and tires are mounted and sit in the wheel wells.

– Zero wheel offset is when the hub mounting surface is in line with the centerline of the wheel.
– Positive wheel offset is when the hub mounting surface is in front (more toward the street side) of the centerline of the wheel. Most wheels on front-wheel drive cars and newer rear-drive vehicles have positive offset.
– Negative offset is when the hub mounting surface is behind the wheel centerline. “Deep dish” wheels are typically a negative offset.

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