the djr cars run similar tyre sizes front and rear, but i understand you can do pretty much anything you want with an engineer's certificate.
i run 18x8.5 with 255's up front and 18x9.5 with 275's on the rear and it's a squeeze (it's also lowered another inch). you have to get the offset spot on (especially with the brembos on the gt-p; mine has brembos too, but i found going to the sizes you are talking about you are limited to mostley very expensive rims- CSA and crowds like that pretty much cater mostly for car yards etc; ROH Envy's, only one advanti model, simmons, enkei, BBS and a few more do the 9.5". I went the enkei RPO3's on mine witha huge weight saving over the std azzuros and look absolutly sensational- the car looks like it's come straight off a race track now...... which is want I wanted.
One of the best mods you could do in my opinion, transforms the way you launch, alot better into and out of corners, looks way better from the back etc.
With that much power on tap (and considering the sheer size of the car, these are way too under-tyred- just have to look at the BMW M3's, AMG's, Porsches etc, all run huge rubber and we stuck with 245/45/18's