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      08-28-2013, 04:19 PM   #23
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when will the next group buy be
That's a great question! We are still in the planning phase, but we are looking at the beginning of 2014 so stay tuned!
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Here is a shot of a Space Gray E90 M3 at Thunderhill Raceway in Willows, CA.



This car is running our ideal 18x10" ET25 square setup with 275/35/18 Hankook R-S3's. Please feel free to contact us for fitment advice.
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Here is a shot of a Space Gray E90 M3 at Thunderhill Raceway in Willows, CA.



This car is running our ideal 18x10" ET25 square setup with 275/35/18 Hankook R-S3's. Please feel free to contact us for fitment advice.
What color are the wheels in this photo?

Love these wheels! Definitely going to buy a set for the track.
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What color are the wheels in this photo?

Love these wheels! Definitely going to buy a set for the track.
Those would be the Hyper Silver ARC-8's in 18x10" ET25! Definitely great for track wheels!
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We have got the perfect fitment fort your E9X. Street, Track, or Race applications are all in stock and ready to go!



Give us a call, PM, or email with any questions, our team is happy to help you get your set today.
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This car is running 275/40/17 Toyo R888's which are very meaty. No camber plates are required to run these wheels and tires, and no spacers are needed either.



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Here is yet another track photo to add to the mix. This car is on Hyper Silver 18x10" ET25 square ARC-8's wrapped in 275/35/18 Hankook R-S3's:



Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have and we'd be happy to assist you.
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I purchased a set of 18x9.5" ET22 square about a year ago from the group buy and I am extremely satisfied. Now I am transitioning to a e46 M3, and I believe I was told that I was able to use these on the e46 M3. Is that true?
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Apex ARC-8s 18x9.5F and 18x10.5R with RS-3 255/35F and 285/35R w/ TC Kline suspension running the Nordscheleife at Nurburgring.
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I purchased a set of 18x9.5" ET22 square about a year ago from the group buy and I am extremely satisfied. Now I am transitioning to a e46 M3, and I believe I was told that I was able to use these on the e46 M3. Is that true?
That is correct, the 18x9.5" ET22 with 265/35/18 tires can work on an e46 M3 that has camber plates and has the capability of dialing in at least -2.5 degrees of camber. The actual amount of camber required will be dependent on your ride height and tire make and model, but that would be the minimum camber required to use a street tire in that size to properly clear the fenders. Feel free to give us a call at 925.245.0773 if you'd like to discuss the fitment extensively with one of our product specialists!
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Awesome photos, thanks for sharing!



That is correct, the 18x9.5" ET22 with 265/35/18 tires can work on an e46 M3 that has camber plates and has the capability of dialing in at least -2.5 degrees of camber. The actual amount of camber required will be dependent on your ride height and tire make and model, but that would be the minimum camber required to use a street tire in that size to properly clear the fenders. Feel free to give us a call at 925.245.0773 if you'd like to discuss the fitment extensively with one of our product specialists!
Sweet, now I noticed you stated that set up for street, but my e46 m3 will be mainly street. Will the set up change? and what set up will you recommend? I am also planning on buying GC Coilver race suspension. Not sure if that's information that could be useful in obtaining the proper set up. Thanks alot for the response.

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ARC-8's are in stock for your E9X M3! We have multiple square and staggered fitments available in multiple finishes. This car is using our 18x9.5" ET22 and 18x10.5" ET27 Anthracite ARC-8 wheels.



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Sweet, now I noticed you stated that set up for street, but my e46 m3 will be mainly street. Will the set up change? and what set up will you recommend? I am also planning on buying GC Coilver race suspension. Not sure if that's information that could be useful in obtaining the proper set up. Thanks alot for the response.

Here is my current set up:

Did you mean for the mainly track? The setup will not change in terms of wheel and tire sizes, but if you are using R-compound or extreme summer tires such as Hankook RS3's or Dunlop DZII's, then you may need additional negative camber for the wheels and tires to properly clear the front fenders. The 18x9.5" ET22 squared setup is a popular choice for a dedicated track wheel set for the e46 M3 for those that already have coilovers and camber plates due to the requirement of negative camber for fender clearance.
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Sweet, now I noticed you stated that set up for street, but my e46 m3 will be mainly street. Will the set up change? and what set up will you recommend? I am also planning on buying GC Coilver race suspension. Not sure if that's information that could be useful in obtaining the proper set up. Thanks alot for the response.

Here is my current set up:

Did you mean for the mainly track? The setup will not change in terms of wheel and tire sizes, but if you are using R-compound or extreme summer tires such as Hankook RS3's or Dunlop DZII's, then you may need additional negative camber for the wheels and tires to properly clear the front fenders. The 18x9.5" ET22 squared setup is a popular choice for a dedicated track wheel set for the e46 M3 for those that already have coilovers and camber plates due to the requirement of negative camber for fender clearance.
Yes, sorry mainly track. Thanks so much for the information. Great customer service!
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We are currently hosting the EC-7 Group Buy, but the ARC-8 Group Buy will not be until later this year.
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Aggressive wheels with a classic design, check.
Plenty of rubber for ultimate traction and control, check.
Room for selective BBK's, check!


No matter if you run an E9X 3 series or M, give us a call today for your new 17" set! We will be happy to walk you through the different fitments available.
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What are the spec on these, any spacers? pretty aggressive, I like.

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What are the spec on these, any spacers? pretty aggressive, I like.
This set up looks great doesn't it? A lot of our customers refer to this image. They are Anthracite ARC-8's in 18x9.5" ET22 w/ 265/35/18 front tires and 18x10.5" ET27 w/ 285/35/18 Michelin Pilot Sport tires.

Here is the same set on another M, this time a Black e92!



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Another classy e92 M3 rocking some Hyper Silver ARC-8's. Let us know if you have any questions, we would be happy to walk you through the different fitment options for your M3.
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ARC-8's are in stock for your E9X M3! These wheels look great on the street and hold up amazingly well on the track. We have multiple fitments and finishes in stock now.



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