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      12-23-2015, 12:25 AM   #177
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Had a hard time finding pics of PS-7s so thought I'd put these up. Highly debated between these and ZCPs and glad I went with them, awesome wheels!

F 9.5x19 ET 28 (with 5mm spacer) 255/35 Yoko AD08R
R 10x19 ET 25 265/35 Yoko AD08R

Did stud conversion at same time.

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      12-23-2015, 12:40 AM   #178
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Had a hard time finding pics of PS-7s so thought I'd put these up. Highly debated between these and ZCPs and glad I went with them, awesome wheels!

F 9.5x19 ET 28 (with 5mm spacer) 255/35 Yoko AD08R
R 10x19 ET 25 265/35 Yoko AD08R

Did stud conversion at same time.

The clearance sale brought my Christmas early!!




Thanks for posting!! PS-7s are one of the wheels I'm currently considering so these pics are gold.
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      01-24-2016, 02:47 PM   #179
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18x10 all around - 15mm spacer in the rear 275/35/18 all around.
Looks good, I currently have 12mm in the rear with 18x10 and 275/35/18. I am thinking of going up to 15mm as I already own the spacers. Do you rub any? I am lowered on eibach pro kit.
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      01-24-2016, 04:41 PM   #180
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18x10 all around - 15mm spacer in the rear 275/35/18 all around.
Looks good, I currently have 12mm in the rear with 18x10 and 275/35/18. I am thinking of going up to 15mm as I already own the spacers. Do you rub any? I am lowered on eibach pro kit.
You shouldn't rub with the pro kit. I rub a tad on really deep dips. But I have pretty much rubbed the plastic off the tab. If it's just plastic, I'm not worried about it. Specially on the liner.

Also, depends on the actual tire. My RS3's are taller than my PSS, but the PSS are wider due to the rim protector
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You shouldn't rub with the pro kit. I rub a tad on really deep dips. But I have pretty much rubbed the plastic off the tab. If it's just plastic, I'm not worried about it. Specially on the liner.

Also, depends on the actual tire. My RS3's are taller than my PSS, but the PSS are wider due to the rim protector
Thanks for the info. I haven't ever rubbed with the 12mm spacer in the rear, so I'm thinking of just leaving that in place... I go back and forth.

I don't think there is any plastic liner in the rear?

Seems like I have alot of clearance w/ the Pro Kit and 18" wheels however.

Do you happen to have a photo to show how the wheel sits against the fender?
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You shouldn't rub with the pro kit. I rub a tad on really deep dips. But I have pretty much rubbed the plastic off the tab. If it's just plastic, I'm not worried about it. Specially on the liner.

Also, depends on the actual tire. My RS3's are taller than my PSS, but the PSS are wider due to the rim protector
Thanks for the info. I haven't ever rubbed with the 12mm spacer in the rear, so I'm thinking of just leaving that in place... I go back and forth.

I don't think there is any plastic liner in the rear?

Seems like I have alot of clearance w/ the Pro Kit and 18" wheels however.

Do you happen to have a photo to show how the wheel sits against the fender?
This is the closest I have
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This is the closest I have
Thanks! Would you say that the wheel/tire sits pretty flush with the fender and not protruding past the fender then? Seems w/ the 12mm it is ever so slightly tucked into the fender compared w/ the fronts with a 18x10 (+25) square setup w/ 12mm spacer in rear and nothing on the fronts.
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This is the closest I have
Thanks! Would you say that the wheel/tire sits pretty flush with the fender and not protruding past the fender then? Seems w/ the 12mm it is ever so slightly tucked into the fender compared w/ the fronts with a 18x10 (+25) square setup w/ 12mm spacer in rear and nothing on the fronts.
It's pretty flush with the fender, I always want to try an 18mm but that wouldn't be smart on the track lol.

I run a 5 up front, but that is to give me adequate clearance for my clubsports.
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It's pretty flush with the fender, I always want to try an 18mm but that wouldn't be smart on the track lol.

I run a 5 up front, but that is to give me adequate clearance for my clubsports.
Thanks, that helps!
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Can someone confirm for me which coilover system does NOT require a front spacer in order to clear 18x10 ET25 EC-7s with 275/35/18 PSS?

I know that KW setups require a 5mm spacer...
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Can someone confirm for me which coilover system does NOT require a front spacer in order to clear 18x10 ET25 EC-7s with 275/35/18 PSS?

I know that KW setups require a 5mm spacer...
Even then sometimes with a 5mm spacer you still need some more clearance.

I had no problems with Ohlins, even when I went with a swift had no problems.
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Even then sometimes with a 5mm spacer you still need some more clearance.

I had no problems with Ohlins, even when I went with a swift had no problems.
Thanks for the input! Ohlins are a great option.
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      02-14-2016, 03:17 PM   #189
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Can someone confirm for me which coilover system does NOT require a front spacer in order to clear 18x10 ET25 EC-7s with 275/35/18 PSS?

I know that KW setups require a 5mm spacer...
JRZ, MCS, and TC Kline are some notable options as well

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      02-15-2016, 11:59 AM   #190
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19x9.5/10 I'm forgetting the offset, lowered on Swift Road and Track, Hankook Ventus v12 245/35;275/30
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JRZ, MCS, and TC Kline are some notable options as well

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Thanks! Now to research which solution makes the most sense for me...
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19x9.5/10 I'm forgetting the offset, lowered on Swift Road and Track, Hankook Ventus v12 245/35;275/30
Very nice, thank you for postng Specs are 19x9.5 et22 front, and 19x10 et25 rear.

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Drop Coming soon once I put my springs in

285-35 Rear and 265-35 Front! Very happy with it as of now will be even happier with it soon..
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I'd love to see hyper black make a return, I'd buy a set of EC-7's in hyper black in a heartbeat.
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285-35 Rear and 265-35 Front! Very happy with it as of now will be even happier with it soon..
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I'd love to see hyper black make a return, I'd buy a set of EC-7's in hyper black in a heartbeat.
We still offer the Hyper Black finish in our 17" and 18" ARC-8 design, however the EC-7's never had Hyper Black as an option. On that note, I would like to see some Hyper Black EC-7's
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Finally some 'showroom' quality shots

Completed my first autocross of the season. Had a photographer nice enough to get some shots. Thanks for the help to the Apex team for helping me though the decision to choose the ARC-8's in a square pattern. It has dramatically changed the car, and as a result i was 3 sec/ lap quicker than the next e92






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Any e92 pictures of square 19" PS-7's or square 18" ARC-8's on springs?
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Any e92 pictures of square 19" PS-7's or square 18" ARC-8's on springs?
Appreciate your interest sir, and I would be happy to help

The ARC-8 18x10 et25 square fitment is extremely popular. This one looks to be at stock ride height:



2012 Fire Orange BMW E92 M3 with Eibach Springs.

Front: PS-7 19x9.5" ET22 wheel in Satin Black with a Hankook V12
in 295/30/19

Rear: PS-7 19x9.5" ET22 wheel in Satin Black with a Hankook V12
in 265/30/19





Interlagos Blue BMW E90 M3 with 19" PS-7 wheels in Anthracite.

Front: 19x9.5 ET22 PS-7 wheel in the Anthracite finish with a 275/30/19 Hankook V12.

Rear:19x10.5 ET22 PS-7 wheel in the Anthracite finish with a 295/30/19 Hankook V12.







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