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      03-19-2014, 04:28 PM   #45
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David, are you guys considering bringing back the hyper-black color for your wheels? That was such a perfect color. I'm holding out for some 19" EC-7's but the anthracite seems a bit too dark for my Jet Black M3, black on black is too much black, and the race silver seems like it might be too bright for a JB car (maybe not). The Hyper-Black was perfect IMO.
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David, are you guys considering bringing back the hyper-black color for your wheels? That was such a perfect color. I'm holding out for some 19" EC-7's but the anthracite seems a bit too dark for my Jet Black M3, black on black is too much black, and the race silver seems like it might be too bright for a JB car (maybe not). The Hyper-Black was perfect IMO.
The Hyper Black ARC-8's are available in M3 fitment, was there a particular size that you were after? We do not have plans on making any other wheels in the Hyper Black finish besides the ARC-8, if that is what you were wondering.
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The Hyper Black ARC-8's are available in M3 fitment, was there a particular size that you were after? We do not have plans on making any other wheels in the Hyper Black finish besides the ARC-8, if that is what you were wondering.
Yea...I was kind of hoping that when you came out with the 19" version of the EC-7 that it would be available in hyper black (e9xM3 fitment). I may end up with the race silver. Any timing updates on 19" wheels?
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Yea...I was kind of hoping that when you came out with the 19" version of the EC-7 that it would be available in hyper black (e9xM3 fitment). I may end up with the race silver. Any timing updates on 19" wheels?
We are expecting the 19" wheels to arrive sometime in the Spring or Summer of this year, though we do not currently have an exact ETA.
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This e90 M3 is sporting ARC-8s in 18x9.5" ET22 w/ 265/35/18 front tires and 18x10.5" ET27 w/ 285/35/18 Michelin Pilot Sport tires.



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Price shipped to 25411 for a set? I have the oem 18 tires that came on 219m but I don't know which size tire that is or what fitment I need so please let me know the fitment I need as well and I assume they would work with the stock summers? Oh and if there is a fitment to fill out the wheel well without spacers and that works with the stock Michelins that would be great to know. Thanks
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Price shipped to 25411 for a set? I have the oem 18 tires that came on 219m but I don't know which size tire that is or what fitment I need so please let me know the fitment I need as well and I assume they would work with the stock summers? Oh and if there is a fitment to fill out the wheel well without spacers and that works with the stock Michelins that would be great to know. Thanks
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The stock 18" tire sizes are 245/40/18 and 265/40/18. These tires would be a direct fit (spacer free) with our ARC-8's in 18x9.5" ET22 and 18x10.5" ET27. The tires will be pretty stretched on these wheels as they are 1" wider than stock wheels for the front and rear. Our recommended tire sizes would be 265/35/18 front and 285/35/18 rear. These are a direct fit as well for stock cars, cars with springs, and cars with certain coilvers. Some coilover kits (KW Variants & progressive spring coilovers) may require a 5mm spacer in the front to clear this tire size in certain tire models. I hope this information was helpful. Please let me know if you have any further questions.
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      04-16-2014, 02:02 PM   #52
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Any pics of 17x10.5 with 315x35x17 tires in the rear? This should fit, right?
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Any pics of 17x10.5 with 315x35x17 tires in the rear? This should fit, right?
We do not have any photos of this setup unfortunately. We are not familiar with what's all needed to run anything wider than a 295/40/17 in the rear as that's the widest that we've seen a customer run locally. The 315s may need some fender modifications to fit on the back of the M3, and possibly added negative camber.
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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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Hyper Silver has never been so classy on this Space Grey M3.



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      04-22-2014, 12:15 AM   #56
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Hello OP, do 17x9.5 or 9 Apex wheels fit on a e92 m3 with 355mm bbks?

Also when is your next groupbuy? I need two sets c:

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Hello OP, do 17x9.5 or 9 Apex wheels fit on a e92 m3 with 355mm bbks?

Also when is your next groupbuy? I need two sets c:
Which particular 355mm BBK do you have on your M3? With that information, we can have the brake template tested against our wheel. We just hosted our Group Buys earlier this year, and do not currently have plans for any in the near future. Historically, we'd host our Group Buys at the beginning of the new year.
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Which particular 355mm BBK do you have on your M3? With that information, we can have the brake template tested against our wheel. We just hosted our Group Buys earlier this year, and do not currently have plans for any in the near future. Historically, we'd host our Group Buys at the beginning of the new year.
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      04-23-2014, 08:44 AM   #59
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Space Grey e90 M3 with 18x10" ET25 ARC-8's in Hyper Silver wrapped in 275/35/18 RS3s, the ideal track fitment!



Give us a call if you have any questions regarding fitment!

any more pix of this car? very nice
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Both the 17x9" ET30 and 17x9.5" ET35 would require a 5mm spacer for the spokes to clear the calipers of the Essex brake kit. Is there any reason why you are not interested in the 17x10" ET25 wheel instead? The 10" width would be able to accommodate a 275/40/17 street tire without any modifications, is more flush to the wheel fender, and could be a spacer free fitment. If you are interested, we'll have the template against that wheel for you as well.

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Here is a front shot of the same car at Thunderhill Raceway Park:

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Both the 17x9" ET30 and 17x9.5" ET35 would require a 5mm spacer for the spokes to clear the calipers of the Essex brake kit. Is there any reason why you are not interested in the 17x10" ET25 wheel instead? The 10" width would be able to accommodate a 275/40/17 street tire without any modifications, is more flush to the wheel fender, and could be a spacer free fitment. If you are interested, we'll have the template against that wheel for you as well.



Here is a front shot of the same car at Thunderhill Raceway Park:

that would be great, thanks!
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that would be great, thanks!
We have tested the provided Essex brake template against the 17x10" ET25 ARC-8 wheel, and have found that the calipers clear the spokes without the need of any spacers.
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We have tested the provided Essex brake template against the 17x10" ET25 ARC-8 wheel, and have found that the calipers clear the spokes without the need of any spacers.
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We are not currently running any promotions on the ARC-8 wheels.
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are you able to mount & Balance any tire? what about adding TPMS?

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are you able to mount & Balance any tire? what about adding TPMS?

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We do not currently offer mounting and balancing services at this time. TPMS do not come pre-installed because they can be damaged during shipping, so we ship them in their packages to ensure proper installation by your tire technician.
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