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      04-18-2008, 11:17 AM   #1
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Help me choose M3 wheels

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      04-18-2008, 11:19 AM   #2
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neither bro. i would wait a little until something with the right offset comes out. im in your boat i dont know what wheels, so im just gonna wait around a little. the first set looks better than second, but i like neither to be honest
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      04-18-2008, 11:21 AM   #3
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the first set has a nice lip but ugly design and the second set .... well no way!
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Yuck and yuck...
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don't care for either. what is wrong with the stock ones? i think they are hot. i have never been a wheel mod freak though. some people are obsessed.
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Not a big polished lip fan. I will wait a while until more choices are out.
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Not really a fan of either but if I had to choose, the second set.
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u guys might not agree with my opinion on wheels, but i think BBS wheels are the most safe bet when it comes to BMW and M3 specifically. i would consider LM's or LM'R's on the car.

if anything i'd go JDM and get Volks, but wouldnt get something else
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Thanks for all the opinons. Keep them coming.
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What specifically are you looking for in the wheel? Performance or Bling?
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      04-18-2008, 01:50 PM   #11
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Ugly wheels. How heavy are they? Most important question.
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They are forged wheels and weigh very little, let me find out the precise weight. Am looking for performance number 1 and looks second. I hate bling!! hahaha!!! I should say that the wheels appear much darker on the render than they actually are. I should add that I have already ordered the Brembo BBK for the car. 380mm/6piston front 355mm 4 piston rear. Which is why I can't keep the stock wheels. Not only better brakes but lighter too!
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What specifically are you looking for in the wheel? Performance or Bling?
3 piece forged fronts 27 lbs rears 29lbs!
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Here are some pictures of the real wheel







I personally prefer piano black gloss lip. I will post up another variant concept that we did as well
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Thanks for the pics Lewis, these do help!
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Here is the original concept

3 piece forged Modulare M4, Gloss black lip, Matte Black face, Brushed aluminum insets, Gloss black grilles, side vent slat, Carbon hood, CSL carbon trunk, AC Schnitzer Carbon Fiber pieces

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In person, on the M6 these wheels are definitely not "bling"

The quality looks amazing. Masking on the painted surface + transition into clearcoated brushed aluminum is absolutely perfect.

A very classy wheel.

Personally I prefer no chrome bits on the M3
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In person, on the M6 these wheels are definitely not "bling"

The quality looks amazing. Masking on the painted surface + transition into clearcoated brushed aluminum is absolutely perfect.

A very classy wheel.

Personally I prefer no chrome bits on the M3
Yep!!! 100% with you, that is what I want, no chrome etc... just a bit of Gunmetal.
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what size are you looking at cos going so big (21") may cause rubbing issues?
imho, you should wait for your brakes to come in, then find suitable tyres to fit them, unless you have all the detailed specs already... (eg. Js, offsets etc...)

btw, photos of your new SW?

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How about HRE as an option?
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those modulare m4's look incredible.
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what size are you looking at cos going so big (21") may cause rubbing issues?
imho, you should wait for your brakes to come in, then find suitable tyres to fit them, unless you have all the detailed specs already... (eg. Js, offsets etc...)

btw, photos of your new SW?

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Ed already has the tires and proper offsets will be applied to clear his new BBK.
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