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#16 Old 02-12-2013, 09:14 PM
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Looks good!! Could you post a side picture with the wheels straight to see how flush or far out the wheels are? I want to get an idea of wheels size
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My specs are perfection! Once I lower on H&R Sport Springs within the week all tires will have a extremely minimal camber which will make all wheels flush. Even without the drop it looks fantastic! I basically put the cake together and the drop will be the icing haha. Refer to my first post for complete wheel & tire specs. Ride quality is truly phenomenal its honestly just like my V6 wheels on Michelin MXM4 tires.

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Alignment time, just mounted and balanced Incurve IC-S5 Wheels on Lexani Tires..


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JohnCruz:12' Camry SE on InCurve Super Concave/Staggered

Johncruz I don't know how I feel about the concave on the back.... Huge lip on the back wheel is my cup of tea but it's your ride and if that's what you like, big thumbs up to you!
Btw, are the H&Rs 7th gen specific ones?


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My specs are perfection! Once I lower on H&R Sport Springs within the week all tires will have a extremely minimal camber which will make all wheels flush. Even without the drop it looks fantastic! I basically put the cake together and the drop will be the icing haha. Refer to my first post for complete wheel & tire specs. Ride quality is truly phenomenal its honestly just like my V6 wheels on Michelin MXM4 tires.

Here you go Junglee Z



Alignment time, just mounted and balanced Incurve IC-S5 Wheels on Lexani Tires..
I like it!

There wasnt a concave fitment available for the front??

I know it wouldnt be as deep as the rear, but I figure at least an 8.5" wide wheel with a +32 offset would offer some depth?
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Incurve wheels only offer 9" flat spoke and concave 10.5". My buddy that works at incurve runs dual concave 10.5" meaning all 4 wheels on his 2010 accord sedan and it looks nice too! As well as he had a grey g37 coupe with gunmetal version of my wheels running dual concave. You can google search Incurve g37 dual concave.

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Here you go Junglee Z

Hope you don't mind me doing some Photoshopping to your car
but i think it'll look pretty sick dropped. i just had to see it & here's what i got.


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WOW now thats one hell of a Valentines Day gift lol!! I am lowering tommorow night so we will have the real deal. Thanks again and I really appreciate the great photoshop and your support!

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WOW now thats one hell of a Valentines Day gift lol!! I am lowering tommorow night so we will have the real deal. Thanks again and I really appreciate the great photoshop and your support!
your welcome ! & no problem just doing my tangg LOL. cant wait to see her naturally dropped
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I cannot stop staring at that drop! Looks so damn good!


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That's gonna look REAL good dropped.


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It looks real good. 2 questions though.

How much did the InCurves cost? And would the Camrys be able to handle the 10.5 Super Concaves on the front and back?
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It looks real good. 2 questions though.

How much did the InCurves cost? And would the Camrys be able to handle the 10.5 Super Concaves on the front and back?
Msrp on my Incurve IC-S5 is $2,199.00

Front are not concave they are flat spoked. 20x9 with +35 offset
The rear are super concave design that I love 20x10.5 +45 offset.
And yes our 7th gen Camry handles the 10.5 in the rear very well we have the power whether i4 or V6. Running the super concaves all the way around would be considered "dual concave" and I wouldn't know since I didn't choose that route. My buddy that works at Incurve had dual concave on his V6 accord sedan and G37 coupe and looks great as well.

My car feels as smooth as it does with my 18" factory on Michelin MXM4 tires. I didn't sacrifice anything when it comes to ride quality


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Ok I didn't know if you were unable to do that for some size issue or something with the front wheel wells. I'll send them an email.

I like how they look, i just hope they can fit the dual concave in the Camry.
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My car feels as smooth as it does with my 18" factory on Michelin MXM4 tires. I didn't sacrifice anything when it comes to ride quality

...until the drop...

no im just kidding. i'll be checkin tomorrow for actual pics of the drop since you said you were planning on doing it!

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