My wheels are ROTA GTRs and they can be bought from http://www.rotaaustralia.com.au/
. Price was AUD $1555 for all four. In the USA I am sure they are much cheaper.
The tires I bought from Albion Motorsport http://www.albionmotorsport.com.au/
and total was around $1880. Again I am sure they are much cheaper in the USA.
Fronts are 5x114.3, 17x9" with +25 offset(backspace 5.5"). Tires are Toyo Proxes R888 235x40x17.
Rears are 5x114.3, 18x12" with +20 offset (backspace 6.75"). Tires are Toyo Proxes R888 335x30x18.
My rotors and brakes are stock 72 and the body is also stock.
The fronts scrub on the inner fender well when at full lock both sides. Also has caught the right side outer fender lip and bent it out slightly. Ideally the front should be a 35 series and not the 40 series that I have which make the tires slightly more round. Apparently proxes in 235 width are not available in 35 series. Maybe going to a 225 width or a 35 series would solve the scrubbing.
For the rear wheels to fit I had to slightly bend the rear brake lines out of the way of the rim on the inner. This was easy because the brake lines were non stock and Australian compliant. I have had no issues with the rear scrubbing.
Also the centre caps that come with the wheels would not fit as the center hub was in the way. I made them myself out of 63mm exhaust pipe which I capped off with some sheet metal. It was then powder coated silver and I am currently having some T emblems printed in vinyl for the center. I also had to use a die grinder to open up the center on the wheel and then I trumpeted(peened) the inner of the center cap to keep it from coming free at speed.
After fitting the new wheels and tires I found that it sat too high and the gap in the rear tire well too large. So I ended up buying adjustable coil overs from one of the vendors. I found that the rear spring set I got are not really low enough. Another thing I don't like is that when the car is jacked up the springs do not hold in place but that's a whole other story.