04 Jul CFF70 | Toyota Supra
19x9 | 19x10
Curva Concepts CFF70
A90 Toyota Supra
The MKV Supra needs no introduction. With the trend of automakers re-releasing classics with a modern twist, it’s no surprise the MKV Supra got the same treatment. Lucky for us, we managed to get our hands on not one, but two, a while back. Of course, we fitted them with CFF50 and CFF25. However with the recent drop of the CFF70 in much more flattering fitments, how can we not revisit the Supra. Aside from that, this has to be the funnest car to drive in its market segment; hands down. With the help of BMW this Gazoo Racing reincarnation boasts the all-mighty B58 engine. Yes, this is the 3.0L. Come on now.
We know what you’re thinking. The fitments we opted for are almost identical to the one that comes stock. But there’s one major difference: the OEM offsets are pretty weak, and due to the spoke design of the stock GR Supra wheels, the stance of the car is thrown off. With our revised offsets, we’re able to achieve a much more aggressive look.
Continue reading to learn more about how Curva Concepts makes the ideal A90 Toyota Supra wheels.
Size: 19×9 | 19×10
Finish: Brushed Clear Coat
Japanese Born – German Heart
Ok, so what makes our GR Supra wheels different from the OEM ones? The factory fitment on the fronts are 19×9 ET32, and rears 19×10 ET40. Mentioned above, the design of the wheel (in our opinion) is quite unflattering too.
Our MKV Supra is running the Brushed Clear Coat CFF70. On the front axle we mounted 19×9 ET28 wrapped in 255/35’s. For the rears, we did a 19×10 ET35 wrapped in a 275/35. We stuck with the OEM tire sizing as we agree that it’s an optimal setup given the wheel widths. We did however swap the OE tires for high-performance Lionhart LH-FIVE’s.
By shaving the offset by 4mm on the front and 5mm on the rear, we were able to get a much cleaner stance. With the help of the super aggressive spoke design on the CFF70, the way the car sits is immaculate.