What size are stock Evo X wheels?

What size are stock Evo X wheels?

Evo X Factory Wheel Specs:
Bolt Pattern 5×114.3
Centerbore 67mm
Size & Offset 18″ x 8.5″ +35
Tires 245/40 R18

How much horsepower can a stock Evo X handle?

The reason was simple: new, more-stringent emission requirements. Detuned to meet these limits, the 4G63 engine would max out at 250 horsepower. To remain compliant with EPA while being able to make more power, Mitsubishi developed its new 4B11T engine that debuted in its EVO X.

What is the offset in a wheel?

The offset of a wheel is the distance from the hub mounting surface to the center line of the wheel. The wheel offset is measured in millimeters and results in a positive, negative, or zero offset. Positive offset is when the hub mounting surface is toward the front or wheel side of the wheel.

What is GSR and what does it stand for?

The galvanic skin response (GSR, which falls under the umbrella term of electrodermal activity, or EDA) refers to changes in sweat gland activity that are reflective of the intensity of our emotional state, otherwise known as emotional arousal.

How much power can a Evo handle?

The factory Evo 8 ignition system is very easily capable of 500 horsepower, but you will need to switch to colder heat range spark plugs.

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What’s the best tire size for an Evo X?

18×10.5″ +22 (Best 10.5″ fitment ; arguably Best width for performance for the X) Recommended Tire Sizes (Performance, not “Stance”) Tire sizes that are most commonly used for the Evo X: 18×9.5″ – 265/35-18 18×10.5″ – 285/35-18 ; 285/30-18 Fender Modifications Fender modifications that are necessary/recommended for the Evo X:

What does the offset mean on an Evo X Wheel?

The basic principal behind offset is that all things being equal, the higher the offset the wheel is, the more tucked the wheel will be. The lower the offset, the farther the wheel will protrude.

What does the hubcentric ring on an Evo X do?

The hubcentric ring compensates for differences between the centerbore of the brake rotor and axle hub, and between the centerbore of the wheel and axle hub. It allows the brake rotor and/or the wheel/tire combo to be better positioned on the hub so that the center most point of all three parts are the same.