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      02-25-2012, 06:24 PM   #1
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M3 GTS wheels versus ZCP

I was on turner motorsports website and they sell both the zcp wheels and the GTS (fire orange m3 coupe) wheels. What is the difference between the wheels besides the color? Are the GTS wheels merely a black version of the ZCP?
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Color is the only difference, but the M3 GTS runs wider tires 255-35 and 285-30 instead of 245-35 and 265-35 like ZCP !

I bought a set of GTS wheels from Turner , love them !!
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Yes, the GTS wheel is a black version of the ZCP wheel.
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I have a AW M3 coupe, anyone seen one with the GTS wheels? Look good?
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I have a AW M3 coupe, anyone seen one with the GTS wheels? Look good?
take a look at that !

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I have a AW M3 coupe, anyone seen one with the GTS wheels? Look good?
Here you go:
http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=572494
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Color is the only difference, but the M3 GTS runs wider tires 255-35 and 285-30 instead of 245-35 and 265-35 like ZCP !

I bought a set of GTS wheels from Turner , love them !!
I run 275/30 and 295/30's on my ZCP wheels..


Yes the only difference is the color............
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I run 275/30 and 295/30's on my ZCP wheels..


Yes the only difference is the color............
I run 255 and 295 , I'd be curious to see what 275 looks like , if you could show me some pics of your car , I would appreciate !
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On the turner website they list the recommended tire size (for the GTS rims) as the same as the standard zcp and the 220 19", I have 220's right now, could I use my current tires on the GTS rims?
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On the turner website they list the recommended tire size (for the GTS rims) as the same as the standard zcp and the 220 19", I have 220's right now, could I use my current tires on the GTS rims?
Yes, GTS and ZCP wheels have the same widths, front and rear, and ZCP-equipped cars come with 245/35 and 265/35 tires.
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You can fit different sizes too... I'm running 255/35 in the front, and 275/35 in the rear.
You definitely need a significantly wider rear tire! Perhaps something like a 305
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Coming this summer... we are rolling the fenders.. we'll be doing 295's.
Rolling the fenders? There is no fender to roll on the e92 M3 - are you "pulling" the fenders? Also, with the correct wheel offset you can easily fit a 305 in the rear without rubbing on the fender liner or hitting the rear damper.
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Does that fitment size rub at all? Are you lowered? Any pics of the wheels so I can see how 255 / 275 looks?

Thanks in advance!
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my set-up , ZCPs with Yoko AD08 255-35-19 and 295-30-19 dropped on Eibach , 5mm spacer in front , no need to roll fender !
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Yes, we'll be pulling the fenders obviously.
Got it - thanks! Do you plan on eventually running wider wheels and tires?
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Also, why are they so cheap? Hre p40's can set you back $4000 or so.
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Color is the only difference, but the M3 GTS runs wider tires 255-35 and 285-30 instead of 245-35 and 265-35 like ZCP !
How does the GTS fit them without rubbing? Are there differences in the fenders?
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How does the GTS fit them without rubbing? Are there differences in the fenders?
It fits every M3 !
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my set-up , ZCPs with Yoko AD08 255-35-19 and 295-30-19 dropped on Eibach , 5mm spacer in front , no need to roll fender !
Any rubbing on front wheel turn in with the Advans in that size?
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Any rubbing on front wheel turn in with the Advans in that size?
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