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      07-30-2012, 01:01 PM   #1
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Alpine white e92 zcp with a drop and spacers?

Hey guys I wanted to see if anyone had a alpine white e92 with stock zcp wheels with a drop and spacers done? If you can post pictures?
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      07-30-2012, 01:06 PM   #2
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      07-30-2012, 03:26 PM   #3
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Alpine white: Check
Zcp's : Check
Drop: Check (B&G Springs)
Spacers: Check(F 15mm/ R 12mm)

Not great pics but hope these give you an idea.



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zcp wheels
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12,5 front / 8,5 rear eibach modified spacers













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I try 15 front and 12 rear but with the OEM Michelin tyres it go away from the fender too far, this is why I reduced the size of the spacers. But at the rear you need to reduce the axle lip size to fit less than 12mm spacers with center hub.

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      07-30-2012, 10:38 PM   #5
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Thank you this helps alot....
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      07-31-2012, 08:11 AM   #6
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There are a ton of pics. Check the big spacer thread.
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      08-01-2012, 01:43 AM   #7
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Awesome! Thanks for the pics. Do either of you experience any rubbing up front?
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Awesome! Thanks for the pics. Do either of you experience any rubbing up front?
The was the most minor running on mine but only when turning the wheel to full lock. There is a bump in the front wheel well that doesn't quite clear. But it's not a big deal it barely even touches it.
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I didn't notice any rubbing when I had mine on with the 18/15 combo.
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There are tons of cars.

Here is one of them that we did a while back.

All the work was done when the car was 4 days old.



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I didn't notice any rubbing when I had mine on with the 18/15 combo.
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The was the most minor running on mine but only when turning the wheel to full lock. There is a bump in the front wheel well that doesn't quite clear. But it's not a big deal it barely even touches it.

Thanks guys. I'm still currently running my LM's with a 15/10 combo (..no rubbing), but I wanted to make sure that I could still run my current spacer combo with the ZCP's.


Malek, what's going on man? How's the shop doing?
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Stock ZCP, Eibach springs, 12.5mm TMS spacers at all 4 corners.

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Stock ZCP, Eibach springs, 12.5mm TMS spacers at all 4 corners.

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