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      05-09-2016, 07:50 AM   #1
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My 2012 e92 on Work CR2p

After a very long wait I finally got my new wheels. I ordered these back in December and Work ran into some complications building them but they are here and mounted on the car.

The car is just about the way I want it, but we all know how that goes

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Work CR 2 Piece 19" Step Lip in GT Silver

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19x10+25 R-Disk
265/30-19 Pirelli Corsa

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295/30-19 Pirelli Corsa









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Very Nice! Any rubbing? What are your alignment settings?
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      05-09-2016, 08:50 AM   #3
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Very Nice! Any rubbing? What are your alignment settings?
Zero rubbing

Car is on Ground Control coils with GC camber plates

Front camber is -2.2
Rear camber is -2.0
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Love it!
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Looks amazing. Love those wheels.
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      05-09-2016, 11:02 AM   #6
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great choice, looks really good with the suspension set up.
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      05-09-2016, 11:09 AM   #7
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great choice, looks really good with the suspension set up.
Thanks I actually raise the front a bit for my other wheels (275/35-18 square set-up) but these wheels have a little more room up front
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      05-09-2016, 12:08 PM   #8
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Looks sharp! Rear needs to come down more in my opinion, compared to the front.
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      05-09-2016, 12:45 PM   #9
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Looks sharp! Rear needs to come down more in my opinion, compared to the front.
I agree, I am still tweaking the suspension a bit but I am about to make a 1500 mile trip with the car loaded down, don't want rubbing issues on that long of a trip.
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      05-09-2016, 03:49 PM   #10
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Holy moley!

I didn't think it was going to work but how wrong was I?!

That looks incredible!
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      05-09-2016, 04:49 PM   #11
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Holy moley!

I didn't think it was going to work but how wrong was I?!

That looks incredible!
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Work wheels are awesome! Love the stance, great work!
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Work wheels are awesome! Love the stance, great work!
Thanks, I ran a set of Work CRs on my S2000 about 10 years ago and once I saw they built these in a 2 piece version I was sold.
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      05-09-2016, 10:37 PM   #14
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Looks great!
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      05-30-2016, 08:23 AM   #17
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After a very long wait I finally got my new wheels. I ordered these back in December and Work ran into some complications building them but they are here and mounted on the car.

The car is just about the way I want it, but we all know how that goes

Specs:
Work CR 2 Piece 19" Step Lip in GT Silver

Front
19x10+25 R-Disk
265/30-19 Pirelli Corsa

Rear
19x11+25 A-Disk
295/30-19 Pirelli Corsa









Looking nice! Whats the ET? Im looking for cr2p to my e90 m3 aswell
Was camber need for the wheels not to pook? Im going for a conservative drop with lowering springs.
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Looking nice! Whats the ET? Im looking for cr2p to my e90 m3 aswell
Was camber need for the wheels not to pook? Im going for a conservative drop with lowering springs.
My full specs are in the post you quoted. And yes the car is cambered in to help fit the wheels.
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My full specs are in the post you quoted. And yes the car is cambered in to help fit the wheels.
Ok, will it fit with 9,5 / 10,5 without any camber adjustment? hmm
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Love it. Car looks absolutely fantastic. I really like everything you've done here.

What rear diffuser is that?


Edit: Also, I agree with those who say the rear can come down a tad. I would be surprised if it rubs. A 295 will be stretched a bit on an 11" rim and et25 should keep it inside just enough. Good luck!
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Love it. Car looks absolutely fantastic. I really like everything you've done here.

What rear diffuser is that?


Edit: Also, I agree with those who say the rear can come down a tad. I would be surprised if it rubs. A 295 will be stretched a bit on an 11" rim and et25 should keep it inside just enough. Good luck!
The rear will come down once I swap tires once these wear out. These Pirelli Corsas measure way wider than a normal 295 (more like most 305-315s) and they have zero stretch. Actually have a slight bulge on the sidewalls.
It rubs now on the bumper tab on really bad dips but that's the only time. I flares out the rest quarters just a hair with my roller to give me all the clearance I need.

When I replace the tires I am switching brand and keeping the 295 rear and going up to a 275 front.
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