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      05-02-2014, 12:40 PM   #1
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Are these ZCP's on spacers?

I was searching Pinterest for "E92 M3" and came across these pictures. Are these aftermarket wheels or ZCP's on spacers?

1. If they're aftermarket, does anyone know which brand and sizing this is?
2. If they're ZCP's, what size spacers do you think they're on?

For some reason they look really aggressive from the normal ZCP setup.

(Please no comments on the stickers or colors. Just looking strictly at wheels and fitment).

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      05-02-2014, 12:45 PM   #2
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absolutely on spacers...and lowered suspension. No real way to know exactly. Figure 18/15 or 15/12.
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Definitely spacers or the barrels were widened.
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absolutely on spacers...and lowered suspension. No real way to know exactly. Figure 18/15 or 15/12.
They look a little more aggressive then the normal 15/12, but can't be 100% sure. Very curious what the setup is as well though.
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      05-02-2014, 12:52 PM   #5
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looks very similar to 18/15
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All that car needs is a big ///M3 across the windshield. lol And yes I read the OP :P
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      05-02-2014, 01:28 PM   #7
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All that car needs is a big ///M3 across the windshield. lol And yes I read the OP :P
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      05-02-2014, 01:33 PM   #8
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Looks like they got rears off of another zcp and threw em on the front, squared setup
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Looks like they got rears off of another zcp and threw em on the front, squared setup
IMO the rears are more concave than the front so non-square.
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      05-02-2014, 01:48 PM   #10
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IMO the rears are more concave than the front so non-square.
Maybe... or it could also be from the camera angle, could make it look a little more concave. Either way it looks good
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Maybe... or it could also be from the camera angle, could make it look a little more concave. Either way it looks good
I was gonna put spacers on my car but after putting the KW on I think it looks mean w/o em. Rockin' stock offset ZCP ftw. (and it might look good if it were not for all those damn stickers lol)
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Definitely spacers or the barrels were widened.
If you widen the barrels, All it's doing is bringing the inside edge of the wheel further in. It does nothing for the outward appearance. If anything, it'll make the overall offset of the wheel less aggressive.
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There is a company that produces a ZCP rep in 20" isn't there? Any way those are 20's?

Edit - Here are the AG ZCP M359 style 20's: http://www.pyspeed.com/Avant-Garde-B...359-bmw-20.htm
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There is a company that produces a ZCP rep in 20" isn't there? Any way those are 20's?
I gave up looking for these unicorn wheels lol. For me, it had to be:

1. Split 8 spoke mesh style like ZCP's
2. Forged
3. 19's or even 20's

If anyone knows if this exists, please share!
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I gave up looking for these unicorn wheels lol. For me, it had to be:

1. Split 8 spoke mesh style like ZCP's
2. Forged
3. 19's or even 20's

If anyone knows if this exists, please share!
Just get 20 CH-R. They look better anyway.
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Just get 20 CH-R. They look better anyway.
Yah I know. I figured if it was going to be a cast wheel, might as well go with BBS.

I found another one. Split 9 spoke. Looks good (to me at least):
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Definitely spacers or the barrels were widened.
If you widen the barrels, All it's doing is bringing the inside edge of the wheel further in. It does nothing for the outward appearance. If anything, it'll make the overall offset of the wheel less aggressive.
You're 100% correct. I should have said spacers 'and' not 'or', because they looked wider as well, especially the front. But like someone else mentioned, he might be running rears in the front for square setup.
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Here's an HD version of that last pic (Warning, large picture):

5985 x 3679 - https://www.flickr.com/photos/113047...n/photostream/



And two more from their FB page:



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Here's an HD version of that last pic (Warning, large picture):
Good find on the additional pictures and the link to PYSpeed for the Avant Garde M359's.

Does it say on their Facebook page what brand of wheels they are if they're not OEM ZCP? If not ZCP are they 19" or 20"?
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Here are a few more pics of that car. You can see that the fronts are very wide...likely a square set-up.
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Looks like a slammed square ZCP setup for sure. You can tell by the concaveness? of the front wheels. They look the same as the rear...nice setup. I was thinking about doing this setup, but i just did the 15/12 spacer's on stock ZCP height. I still love it tho
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Looks like so Spoiled Punk kids car to me, lowered is nice, but slammed isnt classy on an M3, maybe some kids ricer car but not an M.
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