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      01-22-2009, 04:13 PM   #1
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VMR | Wheels - Introducing the 19x10" VB3 CSL Wheel - The benchmark of concavity

VMR | Wheels - Introducing the ALL NEW VB3 19x10 with EVEN MORE CONCAVITY!

For 2009, we are releasing a new fitment for our popular VB3 (CSL) Wheel line: VMR Wheels VB3 19x10 This wheel has been optimized for low offset vehicles including the E90, E92, E90 M3, E92 M3 and E46 M3. Along with the extra 0.5" of width, we are able to achieve a concavity far greater than the factory CSL wheels. The final production weight is expected to be very close to our VB3 19x9.5. With the 10" wheel, the recommended tire widths are from 265 up to 295. Production is scheduled for February with arrival to our warehouse in March. Finishes being offered include: Super Silver, Hyper Black, Gunmetal, and Matte Black For customers wishing to upgrade their sizing from 19x9.5 to 19x10, a loyalty discount will be offered, thru us or any of our authorized dealers. We are looking for customers willing to provide their vehicles for an upcoming photoshoot. A special sponsorship pricing will be offered to anyone willing to assist. Please contact us for more details.

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      01-22-2009, 04:16 PM   #2
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Looks awesome - can't wait to get these installed on our M3 next.
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Wow, that looks great. Looking forward to seeing pics of the rears installed.
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      01-22-2009, 06:04 PM   #4
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what is the difference in design between this and the 710?
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Great job guys!

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      01-22-2009, 06:37 PM   #7
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Wow, that looks great. Looking forward to seeing pics of the rears installed.
Here's a teaser of our e92 M3 rockin' 9.5" Matte Black CSLs up front:





Tucks a 275 wide tire with no problem, with enough room for 285s if the desire is there.
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what is the difference in design between this and the 710?
The V710 is a much more aggressive design. The spokes extend all the way to the edge of the lip and the V710s have one less pair of spokes. Here's are pictures of both of them so you can see for yourself.


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      01-22-2009, 07:47 PM   #9
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Nice
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19 x 9.5, 19 x 10 in black?

recommended tire size front, rear?
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man that is sooo nice, the V710's are sick looking. Are the different wheel finishes just available for the VB3?

Too bad I am not near you, would love to help you guys out with the photo-shoot.


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The V710 is a much more aggressive design. The spokes extend all the way to the edge of the lip and the V710s have one less pair of spokes. Here's are pictures of both of them so you can see for yourself.


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The V710 is a much more aggressive design. The spokes extend all the way to the edge of the lip and the V710s have one less pair of spokes.
ok cool... I see the difference now. I was wondering if VMR was updating the design of the 710s, because these look great!

I love my 710s btw!
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you have any more pics of your car with the 710's? I'd really like to take a better look at them on the M

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ok cool... I see the difference now. I was wondering if VMR was updating the design of the 710s, because these look great!

I love my 710s btw!
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don't want to threadjack, but its another VMR product so I don't feel too bad

http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=159059

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      01-22-2009, 09:55 PM   #14
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Man those 710's look sweet on the M3.
Can't say I like the matte black ones though, looks like the wheels are exceptionally dirty.
Love that dark grey on the M3 too.
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all right, haha, consider this thread successfully jacked

VMR, I love your 710s, and I hope these sell just as well!

I will say I have had VMRs on my car since delivery, and they have stood up pretty well against Jersey roads. This winter has torn up our already bad roads, and I have only cracked 1 rim (unavoidable crack based on depth of hole). This is some quality stuff too!
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Can you post a picture of the gunmetal when ready...Please??????
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Here's a teaser of our e92 M3 rockin' 9.5" Matte Black CSLs up front:

Tucks a 275 wide tire with no problem, with enough room for 285s if the desire is there.
I do wonder how a VB3 19x10 front AND back for a E90/E92 M3 would look. Imagine having 285's or even 295's all the way around!!! This setup is definitely not something for the timid...
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man that is sooo nice, the V710's are sick looking. Are the different wheel finishes just available for the VB3?

Too bad I am not near you, would love to help you guys out with the photo-shoot.
No worries! If you want we can shoot you over some wheels at on sponsor deal if you can do a shoot for us! Definitely would be great to see cars portrayed in a fresh landscape. How's Canadia at this time of year? One of our guys is headed up to Whistler this weekend
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I want even more concavity!
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I want even more concavity!
Some TEs will solve that want
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