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    Hi Guys,

    I need two straight Cyclone 15s, or 4 XSI/S16 rims would be OK too.

    15" 4x108 PCD, 15 to 20 Offset, 65.1 Bore.

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    I have some OZ rims with 205/45/16R if your interested.
    $300 pick up Newcastle. They were on my 306 S16.
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    Could you please confirm the PCD and Offset?
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    Oh, my bad, didn't read your S16 comment. How did you find the ride on 16s on the S16?
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    Andrew, are these Superturismos? They don't have the scalloping on them... did they not do that on the smaller wheels, or not at all on the late 90s/early 00s version?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GTI124 View Post
    Andrew, are these Superturismos? They don't have the scalloping on them... did they not do that on the smaller wheels, or not at all on the late 90s/early 00s version?
    Rather sure they are the Superturismos. Scalloping on the spokes? Nope,not on these wheels.
    My S16 was lowered when I had these wheels on it. And it was BRILLIANT!!
    Ride a bit harsh,but handled like a go-kart.
    With the standard ride height,they were horrible. Maybe a larger tyre wall
    may help,not sure,wanted to try but a 207 got in the way.
    Let me know what you want to do, I also have the wheel bolts to suit.

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    Hi Andrew,
    Hmmm... horrible on standard settings, ey? The C Drives do have a pretty stiff sidewall, and I found that they rode quite harshly. Did you change anything else when you lowered it? Springs and shocks? Bushings?
    Re: Wheel bolts, are these just bolts or are you using spacers as well? Is the offset 15-20mm?
    I am certainly interested, so sorry to ask more questions. I have driven a Citroen VTS with 16s and the ride was different compared to the stock 15s, but I haven't driven a 6 on 16s.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GTI124 View Post
    Hi Andrew,
    Hmmm... horrible on standard settings, ey? The C Drives do have a pretty stiff sidewall, and I found that they rode quite harshly. Did you change anything else when you lowered it? Springs and shocks? Bushings?
    Re: Wheel bolts, are these just bolts or are you using spacers as well? Is the offset 15-20mm?
    I am certainly interested, so sorry to ask more questions. I have driven a Citroen VTS with 16s and the ride was different compared to the stock 15s, but I haven't driven a 6 on 16s.
    Yup,changed the springs,shocks etc. Front of car was lowered 40mm. The rear of the car wasn't lowered,just new shocks.
    They were Bilstein shocks and I put back on genuine Peugeot shocks with standard wheels.
    No spacers required. Wheel bolts are tapered instead of flat like on standard Peugeot wheels.
    Totally different ride on the 15's,definately more grip with the 16's,and maybe the
    yoki's do have a stiff side wall,they were the only tyre I tried.
    I leave it with you.

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    Hi Andrew,

    Thanks for replying. Righto, so you changed springs and shocks, which would have a big difference in being able to handle the increased weight of the 16: wheels plus tyres (mostly heavier in tyre weight).

    Will PM you to finalise the details.

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