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      03-22-2011, 12:58 PM   #80
Eddy@ApexRaceParts
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Originally Posted by rai View Post
What would this set-up look like (any pics) on a stock 2008 M3 coupe?

I would like a good offset and fitment that would fill up the wheels (more flush) than stock, but no rubbing.
If you're going for a street only setup, then you may not want that much front rubber to cut down on tramlining. The 18x9.5" et22 wheel with a 265 would be a better option. The offset would make it a flush setup. I don't have photographs of this fitment at this time, but will post them as soon as possible.

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Originally Posted by Gladius View Post
If I'm just going to use these as Track wheels, and don't mind the warning light, any reason I can't do without the TPMS?
Most people don't install TPMS sensors for track day wheels and just ignore the simple light on the dash.
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