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      03-01-2008, 07:17 PM   #25

Drives: E92 M3 and Elise
Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: Land of the Microchip

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Originally Posted by GregW / Oregon View Post
I'm guessing 265F & 285R will be easily possible with the right offset wheels. You can even do that on the E46. Some ran 265 x 4 on the E46 to get rid of the inherent understeer. That is not as much of a problem with the E92, so a staggered setup should be fine.
I used to run 285/30-18 on my E46 front and back. Worked great though the front stuck out just a bit.

I would like to run a 9.5" rims for the front of the E92 and go to the same 285/30 setup for autocross use. If anyone finds info about front offsets before I do please post it.

As to the question about 11" rears. Yes it might cause understeer, but the car would still be faster with the extra traction. It would just need a different driving style.
Manual gearboxes, the rotary dial of cars.