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      10-02-2012, 11:20 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by Hai_Cheo View Post
I am one that believes that stretch/poke depends on the car, the e92 being so big in comparison to its previous model is a definite no no for Poke. I have yet to see an e92 with poke that I like, do you have pics of your set up?



This goes back to the ability to enjoy the car, i'll be honest, it's fun driving a quarter inch off the ground in FL because the roads are straight and boring, but I regretted being set up like this when it came for road trips, I want to drive the car, so a set up like my e46 is impractical

If you want sizing that works without stretch and poke (which provides zero performance benefit as I'm sure you know) then I would recommend:

18 (or 19) x 9.5 et 22 front with 265 or 275 mm tires

Rear options:

19 x 10.5 et 27 rear with 295/30 tires (any lower offset will rub on 295's)

18 x 10.5 et 22 rear with 285/35 tires

18 x 11 et 27 or 30 with 295/35 tires - if you can find them...
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