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      03-14-2011, 12:17 PM   #23
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that is actually a really nice set up.
won't have to worry about the stock struts at all.

we did the same set up for Kingleh but I am not too sure if he had KW before or after the BBS.


Julius...can you PM me a price for the same setup Kingleh had as pictured above... with tpms 08/09 and tire options as well.

thanks!
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      03-16-2011, 08:43 PM   #24
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Does anyone know the specs for this setup? Im really considering switching to LM-R's in 20's.
the 20" aggressive set up (aka ericsson set up) is 20 - 9.0 et8 and 20 - 10.0 et18. this is definitely a sweet setup. with a little work, it's actually not that hard to put on.



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Julius...can you PM me a price for the same setup Kingleh had as pictured above... with tpms 08/09 and tire options as well.

thanks!

this is the 19 - 9.5/10.0 set up. kingleh experimented with lots of different spacers for that perfect fit!

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the 20" aggressive set up (aka ericsson set up) is 20 - 9.0 et8 and 20 - 10.0 et18. this is definitely a sweet setup. with a little work, it's actually not that hard to put on.
I want to do these wheels on an E90 M3 lowered on an AST coilover setup. Exactly what is "a little work" to make these things fit? I'm not wanting to roll any fenders or anything and would like to not have to run -3 degrees of camber Is there a less aggressive 20" option for these and if so, what are the offsets? Thanks!!!
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I think it will require minimal camber adjustment.
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      04-19-2011, 01:22 PM   #27
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I want to do these wheels on an E90 M3 lowered on an AST coilover setup. Exactly what is "a little work" to make these things fit? I'm not wanting to roll any fenders or anything and would like to not have to run -3 degrees of camber Is there a less aggressive 20" option for these and if so, what are the offsets? Thanks!!!
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I think it will require minimal camber adjustment.
cipher5 is right. you will need to adjust camber, most likely.
Also, you need to run 245 tires in the front. Remember that these are all guidelines and not a cookie cutter method of getting you the stance that you want.

What's key is getting the wheels on and tweaking after the wheels are on to fit.... set the ride height that you want, use the 245/30-20 tires, put them on, lower it see how that sits, and then tweak camber until satisfied.
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cipher5 is right. you will need to adjust camber, most likely.
Also, you need to run 245 tires in the front. Remember that these are all guidelines and not a cookie cutter method of getting you the stance that you want.

What's key is getting the wheels on and tweaking after the wheels are on to fit.... set the ride height that you want, use the 245/30-20 tires, put them on, lower it see how that sits, and then tweak camber until satisfied.
Thanks for the reply. I'm looking for a little more specific info on the camber, but can't seem to find it anywhere. When I get a set of these I'll be sure to document so other people can reference. I just don't want to have to run -2 degrees of camber or something like that to make these things fit. If I can stay in the -1 to -1.5 range, I'll be happy.
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      04-19-2011, 09:21 PM   #29
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Justin, just noticed you're in OKC... when you do get a set of these I WANNA SEE EM!


...then when I get my M I'll steal em, but don't worry you've got time.
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that wheels are pure sex....

in Germany these are not available, strange is it?

but there is BBS Motorsport

http://www.bbs-racing-wheels.com/sei...m.txt/e88e.htm

BBS E88: The new centre-section with 24 bolts to fix the rims; available for 4-bolt-, 5-bolt- or centrelock-mounting.

The E88 wheel centre is milled out of a forged aluminium blank. By precise milling the wheel centre can be made even lighter than the casted magnesium E28. The difference in weight of the centre is about 200 g.

Available wheel sizes: 18˝ and 19˝ wheels.

All outer rim halves come polished and are prepared for filler installation, inner rim halves are raw. Inner and outer rim halves are produced with hump.



sounding very good, they are asking about 1100 - 1300 Eur a 19 inch rim....
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Here is a buddy of my with his AW E92 M on a Diamond Black 20" Ercisson Offset BBS LM-R and the Red BBS Studs and Lugs. He got a great deal from RennSpec.

I want to know this wheel size,ET,tyre size,THX!
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