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      01-29-2013, 07:24 PM   #23
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Haven't done a track say with the supercharger yet won't bother until I get 18s with some toyo r888s

I did 3.45 diff gears not long ago the car pulls very hard now
Damn son! Your setup is no joke! I've got 18" Apex ARC-8 and run Nitto NT01 which I think are much better than the R888. It's such a light setup compared to my daily BBS wheels. Worth looking at when the time comes, and these wheels clear BBK's.

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there was talk that there was a problem with the bov's, such that when lifting off the throttle there was sufficient blow back and a power surge.

But it sounds like its a non event.
Each state is different, but here you won't get a mod plate with a BOV. Must be a DV instead afaik.
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so in oz everyone has dv's and not bov?
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Damn son! Your setup is no joke! I've got 18" Apex ARC-8 and run Nitto NT01 which I think are much better than the R888. It's such a light setup compared to my daily BBS wheels. Worth looking at when the time comes, and these wheels clear BBK's.
Yeah it's not bad still wouldn't mind it to be a little faster haha

I think ill get some apex EC-7 soon and maybe try the NT01s. I don't k is of I should get wheels or a front splitter and diffuser but I can't really find any carbon bits I'm 100% on maybe the mode carbon stuff
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so in oz everyone has dv's and not bov?
Yeah it comes with a DV unless you ask for the BOV you can still hear the car flutter with the DV
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Yeah it comes with a DV unless you ask for the BOV you can still hear the car flutter with the DV
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Damn son! Your setup is no joke! I've got 18" Apex ARC-8 and run Nitto NT01 which I think are much better than the R888. It's such a light setup compared to my daily BBS wheels. Worth looking at when the time comes, and these wheels clear BBK's.



Each state is different, but here you won't get a mod plate with a BOV. Must be a DV instead afaik.
Did you buy the Apex wheels locally? Will they also clear the larger 378mm Ap racing kit?

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We put an ESS 625 kit on a 2012 M3 with DTC, works like a charm. No problems at all. Actually, the problem is getting the traction on the rear.
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Did you buy the Apex wheels locally? Will they also clear the larger 378mm Ap racing kit?

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I got them direct from Apex, but shipping was crazy, close to $600 I think.

I'd try one of their resellers, namely www.baanvelgen.com/brands/apex-wheels.html In the past I've found their shipping to be competitive and they can also supplied fitted tyres.

The ARC8 will clear the stoptech 380's, not sure about AP Racing kits though. Apex sell a newer model wheel which clear all 380mm kits
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I got them direct from Apex, but shipping was crazy, close to $600 I think.

I'd try one of their resellers, namely www.baanvelgen.com/brands/apex-wheels.html In the past I've found their shipping to be competitive and they can also supplied fitted tyres.

The ARC8 will clear the stoptech 380's, not sure about AP Racing kits though. Apex sell a newer model wheel which clear all 380mm kits
Do you have to email them?
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