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      02-26-2012, 12:40 PM   #67
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Car: 2011 E92 Competition package (ZCP)

Wheels: 359M - (F) 19x9, (R) 19x10

Spacers: (F) 10mm (R) 12mm Macht Schnell spacers

Tires: Michelin Pilot Sport PS2
Front: 255/35/ZR19
Rear: 285/30/ZR19

Suspension: H&R springs

Rubbing: a bit rubbing at the front while full wheel turn, at the rear no rubbing at all settings, didnīt go over any speed bumps or something like that yet....




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      04-28-2012, 11:30 PM   #68
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Wheels w/ Offsets: Niche Mach V (F) 19x9.5 +26; (R) 19x11 +33

Spacers: None

Tires / Miles: Nitto Invo (F) 275/30-19; (R) 305/30-19; New Tires

Suspension: Eibach Springs

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Alignment: Stock

Fender Modifications: None

Rubbing: None
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      05-01-2012, 01:43 AM   #69
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My previous ESS E92 2009
HRE P40
20x9,5 ET 22
20 x 11 ET 25
PS2
255/30/20
305/25/20
No spacers

No fender mods
No rubbing on front
Very slight rubbing on rears on big bump but didn't make a mark anywhere that I could see.
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Current E90

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Pirelli P Zero Corsa
255/35/19
285/30/19
10 mm spacer front
5mm on rear

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Slight rubbing on rears on inside liner on bumps but no hassle
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      05-14-2012, 05:31 PM   #70
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  • 19x9 +22, 19x10.5 +25
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Front - no rubbing at all
Rear - rubs on bigger bumps with just me or two of us in the car. Rubs extremely bad with 4 people in the car
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      05-21-2012, 10:57 PM   #71
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Stock E92 ZCP fitment confirmation

I'm looking to put 275/30 fronts and 295/30 rears on a stock ZCP E92 wheel/suspension. Tire of choice would be either Yoko AD08's or Mich PSS's. I can use spacers if need be and will max out stock camber up front (w/ pins pulled which isn't much I understand), slight camber in rear and some rear toe-in.

I don't believe I saw a post confirming this will fit w/o rubbing. I only searched this thread though since it seemed most related.

thanks for any help
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      05-22-2012, 03:06 PM   #72
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This should fit without rubbing. However, thats pretty wide for factory zcp wheels, especially the AD08s which run wider than normal.
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      05-23-2012, 01:49 AM   #73
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This should fit without rubbing. However, thats pretty wide for factory zcp wheels, especially the AD08s which run wider than normal.
Thanks.
I'm doing this for an autox setup and I've run 275's on 9 and 9.5's w/o issues on my E46, so I don't see the width as a problem for the tires, just whether they rub or not.
I would go with 265/285 but the 30 series sidewall will be too short and 35 too tall.
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      05-24-2012, 09:29 AM   #74
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2008 e92

HRE P40SC

20x9.5 +22, 20x10.5 +22

H&R springs

255/30/20, 285/30/20 hankooks

No rubbing
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      06-13-2012, 10:55 PM   #75
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I've got Yokohama Advan AD08 tires on my E90 ZCP. 265/30 and 295/30. I have Ground Control camber plates up front running about 2.5 deg camber. Stock other than that. No rubbing in font. Occasional slight rubbing in back under full compression. Great tires.
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      06-23-2012, 12:41 AM   #76
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Car: 2009 E92

Wheels: APEX ARC-8 (F) 18x10 +25, (R) 18x10 +25

Spacers: None

Tires / Miles: Dunlop Direzza Star Spec (F) 275/35-18, (R) 275/35-18

Suspension: Dinan Stage 1 plus Dinan Camber plates

EDC Settings: All

Alignment: (F) -2 degrees camber (R) -1.7 degrees

Fender Modifications: (F) None. (R) None

Rubbing?: (F) None. (R) none.
Car: 2008 E92

Suspension: Ground Control camber plates

Alignment: (F) -2.5 degrees camber (R) -1.5 degrees

Rubbing?: (F) YES! (R) none.

Everything else is the same. Front also rubbed before camber plates & alignment.
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      06-23-2012, 07:02 PM   #77
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Car: 2008 E92

Suspension: Ground Control camber plates

Alignment: (F) -2.5 degrees camber (R) -1.5 degrees

Rubbing?: (F) YES! (R) none.

Everything else is the same. Front also rubbed before camber plates & alignment.
Wierd. What springs?

I've got the Dinan springs and Dinan plates.

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      06-23-2012, 08:50 PM   #78
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Wierd. What springs?

I've got the Dinan springs and Dinan plates.
Stock springs.

The front tires rub against the rear wall of the wheel wells, starting a bit past half of the steering range. Plenty of room in front of the tires & no indication of rubbing against the top of the wheel wells.
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      06-23-2012, 10:15 PM   #79
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Stock springs.

The front tires rub against the rear wall of the wheel wells, starting at about 1/3rd of the steering range. Plenty of room in front of the tires & no indication of rubbing against the top of the wheel wells.
I have no idea. I'm lowered and cambered (just under -2 degrees) and don't touch anywhere. I've got around 6,000 miles on this setup, including around around 60 autocross laps.

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      06-24-2012, 02:02 AM   #80
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      06-26-2012, 11:57 PM   #81
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I've got Yokohama Advan AD08 tires on my E90 ZCP. 265/30 and 295/30. I have Ground Control camber plates up front running about 2.5 deg camber. Stock other than that. No rubbing in font. Occasional slight rubbing in back under full compression. Great tires.
Did you consider the 275/30's up front?
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      06-27-2012, 09:15 AM   #82
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19x10 Front, ET 25 255/35/19
Michelin PSS all around

No spacers, and no rubbing at all, even with 5 people in the car
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      06-28-2012, 03:44 PM   #83
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Anybody here running the same setup below without any rubbing issues?

Lowered on RD Sport Springs

Volk TE37 SL's

Front - 19x9.5 +21 - 265/35/19 tires Nitto Invo or Michelin PS2's
Rear - 19x10.5 +22 - 285/35/19 tires Nitto Invo or Michelin PS2's

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Anybody here running the same setup below without any rubbing issues?

Lowered on RD Sport Springs

Volk TE37 SL's

Front - 19x9.5 +21 - 265/35/19 tires
Rear - 19x10.5 +22 - 285/35/19 tires

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One of the questions that people will ask is what tire?
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One of the questions that people will ask is what tire?
Nitto Invo's or Michelin PS2's

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      06-28-2012, 04:10 PM   #86
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265/30 285/30 works ok. Main issue I see with the 265/35 is the increase in outside diameter which could rub the fender liner.

Invo comes in 265/30 285/30 but PS2 does not
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      06-28-2012, 08:30 PM   #87
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I'm hoping my 275/30 and 305/30 19 PSS don't rub when I get them on.
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      07-10-2012, 08:23 PM   #88
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Car: 2009 E92 M3

Wheels: Breyton Race GTS (F) 20x8.5 +35 (R) 20x10 +35

Spacers: Yes, size unkown. Appears to be 5-10mm Front, 18-20mm rear.

Tires / Miles: Yokohana S.Drive (F) 255/30/20 (R) 275/30/20

Suspension: H&R Race Lowering Springs

EDC Settings: N/A

Alignment: (F) UNK (R) UNK

Fender Modifications: (F) None. (R) None

Rubbing?: (F) Very minimal inside the fender liner around where everyone gets it. 40k miles on car and again, rubbing looks very minor. (R) None

I plan on swapping the Breytons out, as they came on the car and I want to go 19"....probably the OEM ZCP 359 wheels. As long as I keep the diameter of the tires the same on the 19's, stance on the car should be unchanged, correct? And if I go 245/35/19 in the front, it should eliminate the rubbing I am currently getting? Will probably go with 275/35/19 in the rear with the ZCPs as I'm not having any issues at the current moment and seems others are okay with it.
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