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      07-29-2014, 06:58 PM   #67
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will any of your 19" wheels fit a '14 M5? thx bc
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will any of your 19" wheels fit a '14 M5? thx bc
We have not been able to bring in a F10 M5 for a test fitment with our 19" EC-7's yet to confirm if they'd be able to clear the M5's brakes. Once we are able to test these wheels on an M5, we'll be sure to post the information that we learn in the F10 M5 section.
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Anthracite EC-7's are a great look on Blue M3's. Here is an example from one of our dealers:



Feel free to give us a call with any questions regarding fitment or availability.
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Anthracite EC-7's are a great look on Blue M3's. Here is an example from one of our dealers:



Feel free to give us a call with any questions regarding fitment or availability.
That does look excellent! Any shots of anthracite on Space Gray? Trying to decide between silver and anthracite on a Space Gray E92. Thanks!
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That does look excellent! Any shots of anthracite on Space Gray? Trying to decide between silver and anthracite on a Space Gray E92. Thanks!
These are 19" EC-7's and on a Space Grey E90 M3, but it should still be able to give you a pretty good idea of how it would look on your E92:



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Can I run 18x9.5 with 255/35/18 front and 295/30/18 on 18x11 back?
Can the front wheels which are 18x9.5 clear stoptech ST60 380?
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Can I run 18x9.5 with 255/35/18 front and 295/30/18 on 18x11 back?
Can the front wheels which are 18x9.5 clear stoptech ST60 380?
You can absolutely use the 18x9.5" ET22 and 18x11" ET25 EC-7's with 255/35/18 and 295/30/18 sized tires on your e9x M3. However, that would cause quite a bit of understeer due to the large difference in staggered tire sizes. We would recommend the front tire size to be 275/35/18 to better match and stay similar to the OEM tire size stagger. The 18x9.5" ET22 EC-7 surely does clear the StopTech ST-60 380mm BBK without any issues, one of the very few 18" wheels that are able to.
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then how about 265/35/18 18x9.5 on the Front and 295/30/18 18x11 on the rear?

I don't wanna put 275/30/18 on the front cuz I did that before and it rub
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then how about 265/35/18 18x9.5 on the Front and 295/30/18 18x11 on the rear?

I don't wanna put 275/30/18 on the front cuz I did that before and it rub
You can surely use the 265/35/18 on the 18x9.5" ET22 on the front, you would just experience a little more understeer due to the extra difference in staggered tire sizes with the 265/295 staggered combination. This would not be an issue if you mainly street drive the car though.
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Track prepped Alpine White e92 M3 on Satin Black EC-7's:



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EC-7s on the Maxxis/ APEX e90 M3 Race Car.



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Good things come in all finishes and sizes. Get your EC-7's today!



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Hi David,

http://www.flickr.com/photos/58871469@N04/15519730990
http://www.flickr.com/photos/apexrac...n/photostream/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/apexrac...n/photostream/

Above: I like this look.

Few questions:

1) What's the size and offset of these wheels in the pictures?
2) What tires are they and what size?
3) I currently have stock calipers but plan on a StopTech 6 piston setup in the future. What size wheels do I need to get?
4) For #3, will it fit w/o rubbing?

I have stock ZCP suspension now, but plan to lower it a little bit later (not sure what setup yet).
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I found they're "BMW E92 M3 in Space Gray with our 18x10" ET25 EC-7 wheels in Satin Black finish"

Would be great to know the tires on here and if it's a square setup + above questions

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For the stud conversion kit, which one do you recommend for the E92 with the 18x10 ET25's all around?
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Hi David,



http://www.flickr.com/photos/58871469@N04/15519730990

http://www.flickr.com/photos/apexrac...n/photostream/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/apexrac...n/photostream/



Above: I like this look.



Few questions:



1) What's the size and offset of these wheels in the pictures?

2) What tires are they and what size?

3) I currently have stock calipers but plan on a StopTech 6 piston setup in the future. What size wheels do I need to get?

4) For #3, will it fit w/o rubbing?



I have stock ZCP suspension now, but plan to lower it a little bit later (not sure what setup yet).

These are the 18x10" ET25 EC-7's in the Satin Black finish. This customer is user Arif[ on this forum, and he had mentioned he used Michelin Sport Cup tires, though did not specify in what size. We would think that they are 275/35/18 as that is the most standard tire size for this car. The StopTech ST-60 380mm BBK would be compatible with our EC-7's in 18x10" ET25, along with the ARC-8's in the same size.

The 18x10" ET25 squared setup with 275/35/18 s a direct bolt on set up with street tires, and some R-compounds such as the Nitto NT01 would work without the need of aftermarket suspension or camber plates if you plan to move on to those in the future. The square setup will be beneficial for track use due to its more neutralized feel. It will also allow you to rotate your tires to maximize their life span. Some owners don't feel the understeer of the E9x M3 and prefer to stick to the staggered setup to maintain the feel of the stock car and avoid any unwanted oversteer caused by a square setup.

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For the stud conversion kit, which one do you recommend for the E92 with the 18x10 ET25's all around?
Since you should not need to use any spacers at all, the 75mm stud length would be the recommended size for the stud conversion kit.

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Looking for bright silver or white 18x 10 et 25. Shipped to 91207. Thanks!!
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