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Rear drag wheels for 2012 laguna seca

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Just wondering if anyone knows if a 17 inch stock mustang wheel will fit the new boss laguna seca? I have a set with bias et streets I ran on our 11 mustang gt and they worked well. I dont have the brembos though. Since we dont have any road courses in North Dakota our ls will get used more for drag racing, little autocross and some street driving. Now if the dang thing ever gets here!
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Bruno, are you in the Eastern part of the state or West? If you're in the East, you're not far from Brainerd International Raceway. That's one of the best road courses in the Midwest.
 

ArizonaBOSS

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17s should fit fine, the BOSS still uses the stock rear caliper and rotor setup.

But an LS for drag use? ??? ??? ???

Be careful though, I've heard of some instances of the Torsens popping when they get too much tire under em (drag launch).
 
ArizonaGT said:
17s should fit fine, the BOSS still uses the stock rear caliper and rotor setup.

But an LS for drag use? ??? ??? ???

Be careful though, I've heard of some instances of the Torsens popping when they get too much tire under em (drag launch).
Heard that too. They're not designed for high HP/torque. Neither is the Getrag transmission.
 

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