Question about 2005 Mazda RX-8
The answer is no. You could try with tire dimension 30, but I highly discourage you to do so.
Adding 20" rims will significantly reduce the driving quality of your car. Stick to the original 18" rims and you will be fine. Do not put the looks above the driving quality of your RX-8, because the driving quality is what your RX-8 is all about.
Here are some reasons not to do it:
1. Your car will crawl... Acceleration is much worse.
2. It will immensely increase the wear of your shock absorbers.
3. It will give you real hard rides you will have neck and back problems.
4. Cornering will be really dangerous instead of fun.
5. The tires will be much more expensive.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 13, 2008
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