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      04-03-2013, 02:09 PM   #23
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Are we talking front or rear?

E92 doesn't need to remove the small bump in the fender in the back, only E90's.


I run AD-08 295/30/19's in back and 275/30/19's in the front with ZCP rims, std suspension.
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E92 doesn't need to remove the small bump in the fender in the back, only E90's.


I run AD-08 295/30/19's in back and 275/30/19's in the front with ZCP rims, std suspension.
Do you use that set-up on the track as well?
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Do you think PSS 275/30/19 F and 295/30/19 R will fit on 19x9F ET18 19x10R ET25will work fine? Would any spacers fit?

Im dropped on kw cs.
I run this setup on AD08s, same suspension, fairly low. Rear is really nice but fronts need spacers, could go 18mm but 15mm is nice.
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Just put a 275/295 PSS combo on my E92 ZCP (stock suspension) and they fit perfectly with absolutely no rubbing front or rear. The grip is a huge improvement over my stock 245/265 Pirellis, and they look great on the car as well...the tires are essentially flush with the fenders.

Only downside for me is that the slightly shorter diameter yields increased speedometer inaccuracy and increased odometer mileage.
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Why so greedy lol? 10 inch is not wide enough for 295.... U get better performance outta 275. Just ordered 255 275 PSS for my zcp
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Just put a 275/295 PSS combo on my E92 ZCP (stock suspension) and they fit perfectly with absolutely no rubbing front or rear. The grip is a huge improvement over my stock 245/265 Pirellis, and they look great on the car as well...the tires are essentially flush with the fenders.

Only downside for me is that the slightly shorter diameter yields increased speedometer inaccuracy and increased odometer mileage.
'bout time you made the move.......wait until you break the tires in then report back on the grip. You're going to love the added grip..........Phil
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'bout time you made the move.......wait until you break the tires in then report back on the grip. You're going to love the added grip..........Phil
Haha it only took me about 1.5 years of debating right? Thanks for the help Phil, as well as David Chow/4sevens.com for fielding my questions on this setup.
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Do you use that set-up on the track as well?

I have many times. I usually switch to a square pattern of 275/35/18 NT-01's........
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I decided to go 245/35/19 fronts and 275/35/19 rears PSS's.

Im on ZCPs with 18 front and 25 rear offsets. Using 15mm front and 12.5mm rear spacers.

My rears rub on the fender liner hump on the rear part of the rear wheel wells.

I was rubbing pretty bad so I had to dremel the hump off.

Overall, it looks very good. Super flush. I just hope dremeling off a piece of the fender liner doesnt create more dirt and brake dust on my rear bumper.
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so I just ordered the Ag 359 wheels in 19x9 and 19x10 front offset 18 rear offset 25. Can anyone reccomend what tire sizes to run (looking at 255 285 setup) but not sure on sidewalls etc. I dont want to rub.

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so I just ordered the Ag 359 wheels in 19x9 and 19x10 front offset 18 rear offset 25. Can anyone reccomend what tire sizes to run (looking at 255 285 setup) but not sure on sidewalls etc. I dont want to rub.

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I had to use 245/35 and 275/35 in order not to rub. I also had to remove all my spacers.
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275s and 305s
I'm whoring this up tonight. I dont know why everybody is so scared to go big.
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