Glad to see the Supra back in action.
I'm trying to only trim the sheetmetal hidden under the fender flare itself, I really don't want to cut into any of the quarter panel's outside tub work and I definitely don't wan't to mini tub it. My biggest constraint moving inboard is the placement of the retrofit coilovers and the trailing side of the inner sheetmetal tubs (if memory serves me right, its been a while since I really stared at it). I'll be able to look more at it this weekend when I test fit the wheels, but iv'e really been wanting to find an excuse to remove the entire rear subframe from the car, and scan the rear of the car to plan a proper SLA lower and upper control arm IRS setup. Get rid of the factory front subrame span I have retrofit to my new IRS system, and start from scratch still using the 8.8 IRS and axle set I have already bought and figured out. Set a good but not unnecessary camber curve to tuck the wheel and tire in the best way to the fender flare and get some proper ant-squat geometry in the rear, and set an adjustable toe arm mount that either allows static zero toe change through travel or allows some small toe curve for turn assist through travel. I already have C5 hubs, C5 brakes, C5 parking brakes, and 18" wheels, so using a C5/6/7 spindle would be a no brainier. We already machine all the cups and tapered sleeves at work to accept the Corvette's balljoint when making custom control arms, adn with our new tube laser it will be a breaze to make a much lighter tubular system. Alot of people have asked me about reproducing my IRS setup, but there are so many better ways to do it (rather than a dated semi-trailing arm system with old original parts retrofit in) that I would rather design a SLA system if reproducing kits would ever be an option. Don't get me wrong, I love my setup now. It feels great and is very predictable dynamicly, but controlling the wheel's toe and camber through travel with a trailing arm setup is a loosing battle.If you're willing to modify the body there's no reason you couldn't stuff 335 or 345s on these cars.