So my car is a se executive at the moment, I think they do sit a lot higher, was possibly think of getting a spring set of a amg spec car, do they have air suspension on the rearPurely an optical illusion, presuming you have fitted the correct section tyres to the new rims. The wheel to arch gap is the same as on 17" rims
That said, not sure AMG spec springs would lower the car as it's already a sport variant. Plus one would ideally also have to fit the correct shocks to maintain ride quality.
I'm not sure what you mean. With respect, I think your statement is nonsense.Not optical , tyres aren't produced in the sizes stated !!
Plus sizing = plus rising .
The tyre to wheel arch gap is often reduced but the chassis is further off the ground .
I'm confused...lower profile tyres are not taller than their higher profile equivalents.They manipulate ate what they want to do with the tyre , wider for grip and reduce for economy .
The lower profile tyres have built in comfort by being taller !
There is an implied causality in your post.HI All
Just bought a w205 estate se, I have just put 18" amg alloys, the car seems to be sitting a bit high, can I put AMG springs on the car
That's a new one on me.The lower profile are taller than the actual aspect ratio math .
So these tyre calculators are only a rough guide .