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94 Formula A3+1: 381ci all-forged stroker - Callies Stealth, Oliver 5.85 billet rods, BME nitrous pistons / CNC LT4 heads / Comp Cams custom solid roller / TH400+GearVendors OD/4.11's / Strange 12-bolt / 300-shot N2O / Spohn Suspension / 6-pt roll bar with integrated SFC's / full AutoMeter instrumentation / MoTeC M48 Pro engine management system / a few other odds 'n ends. 800HP/800LB-FT at the flywheel.
You would very likely need to "roll" the sharp inner edge of the fender opening up a bit. Otherwise, the edge of the lip would rub on the outside edge of the tires. Even with the 50mm offset, I had one side rub on the tire on really hard shifts.
I ran 36mm offset 17x11 chrome ZR1s on the rear of my Formula for over year without a problem. Went to the track often too. Pulled countless 2.0 60's and never did any visible damage to the tires. Had a nice wide lip on those 36mm ZR1s, looked awesome.
'95 Formula M6 ----------- '08 Suzuki B-King
I had black 36 mm offset 17x11 ZR1 wheels . Pics are in my sig . I wouldnt EVER do that again . After shredding up the sidewall on one tire , I rolled the inner lip and still had problems . On the highway , areas where theres a dip the tires will almost always kiss the top of the fender lip and hard cornering they will as well . Maybe stock ride height you would have better luck , I dunno . a friend of mine has 50mm 17x11's on his TA and it just looks so much better and there are no issues at all .