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      03-04-2013, 07:17 PM   #199
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      03-06-2013, 05:33 AM   #200
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Would I have any issues with this setup on an e93 m3 at stock height (no coils etc and no spacers without any guard work) strut clearance? rubbing on full lock? etc

Front: 19x9.5 et +32 (265/30/19)
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      03-06-2013, 07:53 PM   #201
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Would I have any issues with this setup on an e93 m3 at stock height (no coils etc and no spacers without any guard work) strut clearance? rubbing on full lock? etc

Front: 19x9.5 et +32 (265/30/19)
Rear: 19x11 et +25 (305/30/19)
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Would I have any issues with this setup on an e93 m3 at stock height (no coils etc and no spacers without any guard work) strut clearance? rubbing on full lock? etc

Front: 19x9.5 et +32 (265/30/19)
Rear: 19x11 et +25 (305/30/19)
The wheel sizes are well suited for a 275/30 & 295/30 combo. The et 32 offset is more conservative than i would want but i don't think you will rub the strut. If so you can add a 10-12mm spacer (I run 9.5 et 22) but that will require some negative camber to look right. 265/30 should work too. The only negative is the profile is lower than ideal on the latter option. As for the rear, I think you will rub with 305's so i would choose 295's. At the end of the day these are aggressive wheel sizes that may require some trial and error. I wouldn't hesitate to run those sizes but I'm willing to make the necessary adjustments to make them fit. You are at stock height which makes things easier....
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      03-08-2013, 11:54 PM   #203
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Guess i'll bring this back to life. I know people are going to argue against, "m3 are track cars, blah blah," I ordered my set,

19x10+15
19x12+25

if my math is correct I shouldn't really have much of an issue with either one, granted I will be running negative camber all around along with a conservative amount of stretch (probably a 215/40 front and thinking 265/35 rear). Should be pretty interesting. Now just gotta wait another 4 weeks -__-
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      03-09-2013, 12:57 AM   #204
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Guess i'll bring this back to life. I know people are going to argue against, "m3 are track cars, blah blah," I ordered my set,

19x10+15
19x12+25

if my math is correct I shouldn't really have much of an issue with either one, granted I will be running negative camber all around along with a conservative amount of stretch (probably a 215/40 front and thinking 265/35 rear). Should be pretty interesting. Now just gotta wait another 4 weeks -__-
With those offsets you can fit way more tire in the rear.

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19x9.5 et 15 front
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245 35 19 PS2 front
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      03-09-2013, 01:02 AM   #205
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Guess i'll bring this back to life. I know people are going to argue against, "m3 are track cars, blah blah," I ordered my set,

19x10+15
19x12+25

if my math is correct I shouldn't really have much of an issue with either one, granted I will be running negative camber all around along with a conservative amount of stretch (probably a 215/40 front and thinking 265/35 rear). Should be pretty interesting. Now just gotta wait another 4 weeks -__-
With those offsets you can fit way more tire in the rear.

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19x9.5 et 15 front
19x12 et 22 rear

245 35 19 PS2 front
315 25 19 PS2 rear
Haha wow man! Interesting, but should i not get the look im going for i'll be adding a spacer 10/15mm to match the front fitment
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      03-09-2013, 01:20 AM   #206
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Gotcha, hopefully my wheels will be showing up any day now.
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      03-12-2013, 07:35 AM   #207
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Just bought 19x9.5 et 32 and 19x11 et 25.

A 265/30 19 front and 295/30 19 rear will give any problems? Will be using bilstein pss10 coilover and add 10mm spacers fpr the front..please advice
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      03-12-2013, 02:03 PM   #208
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Just bought 19x9.5 et 32 and 19x11 et 25.

A 265/30 19 front and 295/30 19 rear will give any problems? Will be using bilstein pss10 coilover and add 10mm spacers fpr the front..please advice
you'll be fine, a big number of people are running up to a +15 et on a 9.5 in the few minutes of research i've done.
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you'll be fine, a big number of people are running up to a +15 et on a 9.5 in the few minutes of research i've done.
Thnx again...
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      03-13-2013, 07:05 AM   #210
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I know that car needs negative camber to make those fit...... right now that is mexiflush
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      03-13-2013, 11:29 AM   #212
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19x9.5 et 22
19x10.5 et 27

thinking 255/35/19 and 285/30/19 or

265/30/19 and 295/30/19

will i have any issue with rubbing? prefer NOT to run more neg camber than factory setting. Will be lowered on KW Sleeve kit.
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      03-13-2013, 12:13 PM   #213
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Someone know these wheels?

They are Work VS-XX's, with Step Lips.
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      03-14-2013, 08:33 AM   #214
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Guess i'll bring this back to life. I know people are going to argue against, "m3 are track cars, blah blah," I ordered my set,

19x10+15
19x12+25

if my math is correct I shouldn't really have much of an issue with either one, granted I will be running negative camber all around along with a conservative amount of stretch (probably a 215/40 front and thinking 265/35 rear). Should be pretty interesting. Now just gotta wait another 4 weeks -__-
You can run at least 11.5 fronts and 13 rears with matching camber all around bud. 255.30 285.30 and its game. If youre goona go with 10/12s a 235.35 275.30 matches and looks much better imo.

those wheels above are actually work brombachers. ppl are relipping VSXX with step these days. Easy way to tell is the VSXX has 5 extra tiny holes in the center dish. Other than that the disc and lips are interchangeable.
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You can run at least 11.5 fronts and 13 rears with matching camber all around bud. 255.30 285.30 and its game. If youre goona go with 10/12s a 235.35 275.30 matches and looks much better imo.

those wheels above are actually work brombachers. ppl are relipping VSXX with step these days. Easy way to tell is the VSXX has 5 extra tiny holes in the center dish. Other than that the disc and lips are interchangeable.
AAH! TFTI! I had a feeling that they were Brombachers, but to my knowledge Brombachers were only made in 5x130 for Porsches, and I knew that they were a few set of non 5/130 out there.

I realize there is alot of room to play on the e9X, I figured this was an aggressive enough set up as my first set up, besides it'll be easier to sell those specs once i'm sure of what I can and can not do.
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      04-09-2013, 10:46 PM   #216
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This thread is PERFECT! Just picked up a 2012 E92 M and I was looking for what people pushed these cars to. I plan on doing 19x10 F 19x12 R. After seeing a lot of the 11" rear setups and now that last E90 with 12" rears, i'm soooooo pumped. 12JJ with 295/30 is my goal. I don't want to stretch too much on this (I get the idea, M owners probably hateeeeee that) but at the same time I don't want a huge fat tire hanging over the beads of the rims. I ordered a set of kw club sports because it came with linear springs and I figured it would give me more inboard clearance to fit a big wheel. I know the old E46 cars have issues in the rear and I did not want to run into any suspension swaps down the road.

I'm not new to this, so hopefully my old cars will help weed out that I am not a noob and will get the idea. Any help is appreciated. For now, im just trolling. lol

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Great thread!

I have a question: For E92 M3, If I am running stock suspension with H&R Springs. What's the most aggressive offset I can run for a set of 19x9F and 19x10.5R? Given that I would like to run with 255/35/19 and 295/30/19 Advan AD08 Tires?

Pros and experienced modders please advice.
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Great thread!

I have a question: For E92 M3, If I am running stock suspension with H&R Springs. What's the most aggressive offset I can run for a set of 19x9F and 19x10.5R? Given that I would like to run with 255/35/19 and 295/30/19 Advan AD08 Tires?

Pros and experienced modders please advice.
Just to take a stab a this. IMO the best offset would be 19x9 et15 and 19x10.5 et25.
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Just to take a stab a this. IMO the best offset would be 19x9 et15 and 19x10.5 et25.
Thanks, anyone else?
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Guess i'll bring this back to life. I know people are going to argue against, "m3 are track cars, blah blah," I ordered my set,

19x10+15
19x12+25

if my math is correct I shouldn't really have much of an issue with either one, granted I will be running negative camber all around along with a conservative amount of stretch (probably a 215/40 front and thinking 265/35 rear). Should be pretty interesting. Now just gotta wait another 4 weeks -__-
You can run a much wider tire in the front without any rubbing. I run a 19x10 ET15 front with a 265/35 tire with no rubbing, and my car is tucking tire front and rear.
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