View Single Post
      01-22-2013, 10:52 AM   #6
slicer
Brigadier General
 
slicer's Avatar
 
Drives: '13 E92 M3
Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: San Diego, CA

Posts: 3,399
iTrader: (10)

Quote:
Originally Posted by skiborsy View Post
You thinking camber like camber plates or within range of oem adjustability? PSS are unfortunately substantially more expensive but hey, tires are the only thing touching the road.

No coil-overs for now - just Eibachs.
You can pull the camber pins in the front and achieve the camber you will need. "Need" might not be the right word as you may not need the camber with your offset and it depends which tire you choose. I had 275mm AD08's (very wide tire) on et 22 wheels and Eibach springs which required the camber for looks and to eliminate rubbing. I do know that you will absolutely be able to make 275's fit in the front.
__________________
'13 SSII M3 Coupe - KW Clubsport 3-way (Eibach Front Spring Conversion), Akrapovic Evolution, ESS Tune, StopTech Trophy, IND Euro Front Bumper and Gloss Black Mirror Covers, TMS Studs/Lugs, BMW Performance Carbon Fiber Spoiler/Interior Trim/Center Console, BMW Edition Grills/Gills, BMWPedals Extended DCT Paddles, Mode Carbon GT4 Splitter, Advan TC3 (18x9.5/10.5), BBS E05 (18x10/11), G-Force Rivals (275/35/18, 295/35/18)
slicer is offline  
0
Reply With Quote