If anything, it makes the car handle and track better. There is no additional stress on the bolts or hardware. The car is not heavy enough to even stress these bolts in anyway. Unsprung weight is minimal compared to the benefit of the handling.
Not to mention, the car looks like crap with the wheels so far inset. The idea that the dynamics are thrown of is just hilarious. Your just talking out your ass. Maybe on a 3000+lb car it might make a difference. The car sucks ass without them. It's a trammeling nightmare, paired with those horrible Pirelli tires. Next best thing you can do is change the tires out to some Pilot Super Sports...
If they spent countless hours, it was to make a car that was practical and any idiot could drive. All cars are a platform to aftermarket companies, to make them better. Every car out there will benefit in some way from aftermarket parts, not made by the manufacturer. Hence, why we have a million race companies producing parts for cars. If everything the manufacturer did everything perfect, there would be no need to make any parts.
The only con would be to additional rocks being thrown by using a wider tire. Which has not been a problem with 13000 miles.
Last edited by 360Tom; 04-07-2017 at 01:21 AM.