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      05-02-2008, 01:02 PM   #8
scollins
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Originally Posted by sayemthree View Post
18 tire plus wheel
49.05 Front
52.10 Rear
Those are quite a bit lighter than the ZSP wheels on the E90 Sedan (Style 162 18") with RFTs. The M3 wheels are lighter than I expected, but still quite heavy in comparison to other forged wheels from Volk, BBS, etc.

18" Style 162 with Bridgestone Potenza RFTs (225/40-18 F & 255/35-18 R)
54.5 lbs Front (+5.45 over M3 18")
58.0 lbs Rear (+5.9 over M3 18")

Tire Rack says the Bridgestone front tire weighs 25 lbs and the rear tire weighs 26 lbs. This is an estimated "net weight" of 29.5 lbs for the front 162 and 32 lbs for the rear 162. Damn those stocker cast wheels are HEAVY!!

For the PS2s, they indicate fronts are 24 lbs and rears are 27 lbs for the 18" tires. That is an estimated "net weight" for the 260's of 25 lbs for the front and 25.1 lbs for the rear.

Interestingly enough, Tire Rack lists the 19" rear tire as 2 lbs lighter than the 18" rear tire. Both front tires are listed at 24 lbs. Using those figures, the 220's net weights are 23 lbs. Front and 26.5 lbs Rear.
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