Nah I agree. If you look at my specs I’m actually running a half inch wider up front and they are a little more aggressive as far as offset. Basically ran it reversed of a rwd car. A lot of Time attack FWD cars run wider fronts for obvious reasons then there is drag cars lmfoStaggered on a fwd is just poser IMHO. You are basically dragging bigger/heavier wheels around in the back for no reason other than aesthetics and arguably a bit better grip.
Not trying to hurt anyone's feelings but to me its a just a method to trick people that its a RWD or AWD car. Once again, just my opinion... but there ya go.
(I'm betting I will get some heat from this comment lol)
OP was "1-poster" from 7 years ago, haha. I wonder if he ever did go with this setup (I'm guessing no)Do what you want. Many of the famous builders (Rauh Welt, Rocket Bunny, Mooneyes, etc) and hot rodders are famous because they went against the grain. If you want to run 17s in the front, and 18s in the back go for it.
I had Godfather musical airhorns on my S13 back in the day. Guess what, it was awesome.