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      08-02-2009, 12:26 AM   #1
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Breyton GTSR-M

What is the -M for? Are they designed specifically for M cars?
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I am waiting for tirerack to release the weight figures on the GTS-R in 19inch.

The GTS-R in 18inch for the 1-series, only weigh 17.6 lbs front and 18.2 lbs rear.

The 19's should be around 19 and 20 lbs, which is pretty light.
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