The center bore and lug pattern is same as Tiburon or other hyundai(s). My only question would be offset. Tiburon stock have offset 46. Most likely it's gonna rub. Also the front and rear wheels for genesis have different sizes.
The genesis wheels come in a non track version that are 18's and a track version that are 19's. My bad on not including the fact that it depends which version you are looking at but the pattern is correct.
Probably wouldn't be a bad idea. Heres how mine sits with factory suspension on stock 17's with 205/45 tires.....and again on factory suspension with 18's with 225/40 tires for a reference. as you can see theres not much change to the fender gap or from the bottom of the car to the concrete. Thats because even tho i went bigger on the wheels, the tire profile was made smaller to accommodate for more clearance when i was lowered. Hence why 18s usually ride rough... bigger wheel, smaller rubber. Also notice how the 18s are more flush with the body.... factory 17s on a tiburon are 17x7 with a +48 offset , my wheels are 18x7.5 with a +40 offset. All things you gotta know when buying wheels otherwise you could run into all sorts of hassles.
Id keep the OZ wheels. Sonata wheel is not so exciting. I had the same decision a while back, and after staring at them I for a long time and snapping pics, I decided it doesnt suit the car. I mean it’s sedan wheels.
And yes, 18” does ride rough. I don’t even drive my car anywhere with bad roads or rain since installing my 18s. Looks good though! 😎
Also, if you visit junk yard and find XG350, you can pull the dual piston calipers off it and bolt on your tiburon. Just buy rotors. One of the cheapest and most effective modes. I mention this because if you do it, your wheels will have to clear the caliper. The stock 17’s do!
I am trying to purchase new tires for my 2005 GT V6 and I am having trouble figuring out which tires I should purchase. The current tires say 215/45ZR17 which were installed by a mechanic a while back. I put my cars info on Costco, Goodyear, and Michelin's website and they all recommend P205/55...
So i wanted to give everyone an update on the state of raceland coilovers lately for those that may be lookkng at them.
If you have smooth roads like on highways everywhere you go, they are great. Side streets that are far from perfect not so much especially on 18's. On 18s and even raised all...
So, I have had my tibby for almost 2 years now, and I have replaced like 700 different things on it.
One thing that always bothered me but I was too lazy to replace is my lower engine mount.
all the other 3 mounts looks fairly new, and in a good shape, so I concluded that my engine rocking...
Hi guys, I know that there is another thread with a similar name but most of the pictures are DOWN and there aren't many REVIEWS of the suspension setups. So I propose, if the mod(s) are willing, to create a FRESH suspension thread where people can post pictures AND reviews of their...
I'm sorry if this has been asked already somewhere. I couldn't find an answer.
After lots of reading it seems Tein are the best coilovers. Agreed?
I cannot find a supplier in Australia.
Tein aussie website has nothing for my 06 Tib except springs.
Where the F*** do i get Tein coilovers? If i...