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      10-10-2013, 04:54 PM   #67
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What set up is everyone typically running with these wheels?

Also, would this set up work withOUT rubbing... 255/35/19F & 295/30/19R PSS - lowered 1/2inch all around and stock camber

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What do you say bossman?
He is gonna tell me to pick up the HRE's

BTW Sam, I have not forgotten about you guys...will be buying that lip at some point and if offer for the free competition shipping runs out it's all good.
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He is gonna tell me to pick up the HRE's

BTW Sam, I have not forgotten about you guys...will be buying that lip at some point and if offer for the free competition shipping runs out it's all good.
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HRE S/P 101 or FI
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      10-11-2013, 10:32 AM   #71
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      10-11-2013, 10:41 AM   #72
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      10-13-2013, 04:20 AM   #73
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HRE S/P 101 or FI
but how you pick from the 3 is beyond me!

then its the colour!
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      10-28-2013, 11:53 PM   #74
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Here is my baby, with photos courtesy of the amazing staff at EAS in SoCal. Thank you for the ongoing amazing service and incredible pics!!!

For those curious, they are powder coated in Anthracite by NuTec in Anaheim (also a great establishment). I PCed them because the previous owner had painted them...but only the exposed portions AFTER mounting the tires and WITH the balance weights already installed. Talk about a pain to remove...

And yes, it is a stock EDC suspension. I love the ride quality both for sport and for daily driving, and coupled with the aftermarket X-pipe and 30-profile tires, I feel the car is plenty low when with a driver... thus, no lowering springs for this guy!

Nevertheless, I could not be happier with the final result!
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Here is my baby, with photos courtesy of the amazing staff at EAS in SoCal. Thank you for the ongoing amazing service and incredible pics!!!

For those curious, they are powder coated in Anthracite by NuTec in Anaheim (also a great establishment). I PCed them because the previous owner had painted them...but only the exposed portions AFTER mounting the tires and WITH the balance weights already installed. Talk about a pain to remove...

And yes, it is a stock EDC suspension. I love the ride quality both for sport and for daily driving, and coupled with the aftermarket X-pipe and 30-profile tires, I feel the car is plenty low when with a driver... thus, no lowering springs for this guy!

Nevertheless, I could not be happier with the final result!
BBS does not recommend powder coating the FI's due to the forging process. They use paint on all FI's from the factory for this very reason.
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BBS does not recommend powder coating the FI's due to the forging process. They use paint on all FI's from the factory for this very reason.
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      10-29-2013, 11:25 AM   #77
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Aluminum's structure doesn't change significantly at 1/3 or less it's melting point in my experience (aerospace engineering). I'm not concerned.

Plus, the finish looks much better. Lol.
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Here some pictures from our customers of one of the best wheels ever made!

BBS FI in Titanium on BMW E92 M3


BBS FI in Titanium on BMW E90 M3 | Brembo 380mm brakes


BBS FI in Titanium on BMW E90 M3 | Brembo 380mm brakes


Detail shot of the BBS FI in bright silver


Matt black for 1M and titanium for m3.


Even lighter, the BBS RI-D.
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      11-12-2013, 04:41 AM   #79
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Titanium on AW looks awesome... maybe one day...
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They all look so good! Amazing wheels.
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Here's a set on my car in satin black:



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I love this shot!
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Here's a set on my car in satin black:
I love your car!
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Here are my 18's





Fits Stoptech st60's with 380mm rotors perfectly!!



straight on they show as much as the rotor as possible


from an angle you see the beefy spokes with the insides milled out


rear concavity is absolutely amazing


A few more glamour shots


the milled slot is actually very deep and promounced




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I love my lightweight 18's... I wonder how the 20's look
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Your car looks track ready!!
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Let's get them customized David

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