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      01-29-2020, 10:10 PM   #661
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Youíll be fine. Standard sizes for GTS wheels.
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      02-10-2020, 02:28 PM   #662
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12 E92 Comp pkg no other suspension mods

Looking to go with a 19x9.5 ET+23 19x10.5 ET+26 with 255/35 and 275/35. I doubt there would be any issue with rubbing. I was considering doing a 285/30 but donít want to any chance of rubbing.

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Tires: P Zero
Wheels: OEM ZCP 359M
Suspension: Stock

Front 245/35/19 - 15mm spacer
Rear 255/35/19 - 12mm spacer

Spent weeks looking through forums just to see what other fitments work. Decided to go with:

Michelin PSS or PS 4S
255/35/19
275/35/19

Seemed like the most common setup with the ZCP setup.

After all that research, guy at the shop throws me off and suggested:

255/30/19
275/30/19
(PS 4S)

So back to the forums to see what I can find. Not much on that fitment except for going a little wider.

Aside from a harsher ride anything else I should consider? Best to stick with 255/275 35 that so many others have gone with? Should I go a little wider if I go with 30?
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2013 E92 Competition

Current Setup

Tires: P Zero
Wheels: OEM ZCP 359M
Suspension: Stock

Front 245/35/19 - 15mm spacer
Rear 255/35/19 - 12mm spacer

Spent weeks looking through forums just to see what other fitments work. Decided to go with:

Michelin PSS or PS 4S
255/35/19
275/35/19

Seemed like the most common setup with the ZCP setup.

After all that research, guy at the shop throws me off and suggested:

255/30/19
275/30/19
(PS 4S)

So back to the forums to see what I can find. Not much on that fitment except for going a little wider.

Aside from a harsher ride anything else I should consider? Best to stick with 255/275 35 that so many others have gone with? Should I go a little wider if I go with 30?
Really no need to with the 255-275/30. The thinner sidewall will harsh the ride and leave more fender well gap. If youíre thinking of going wider like a 285 or 295 you definitely need the 30.
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Really no need to with the 255-275/30. The thinner sidewall will harsh the ride and leave more fender well gap. If youíre thinking of going wider like a 285 or 295 you definitely need the 30.
Thanks, I figured that so ordered 255 - 275/35 (PS4) but since they are on back order I have to wait a few extra weeks. Thanks!
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Thanks, I figured that so ordered 255 - 275/35 (PS4) but since they are on back order I have to wait a few extra weeks. Thanks!
That's the sizes I'm going with when my new wheels arrive. I'm buying Indy 500's though. I can't justify the costs of the Mich's. I'm don't drive it hard enough to notice a difference in performance and no current intentions to go to the track.
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That's the sizes I'm going with when my new wheels arrive. I'm buying Indy 500's though. I can't justify the costs of the Mich's. I'm don't drive it hard enough to notice a difference in performance and no current intentions to go to the track.
Just got them mounted yesterday. Kept the spacers on (15f/12r) and it's looks good.
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That's the sizes I'm going with when my new wheels arrive. I'm buying Indy 500's though. I can't justify the costs of the Mich's. I'm don't drive it hard enough to notice a difference in performance and no current intentions to go to the track.
Just got them mounted yesterday. Kept the spacers on (15f/12r) and it's looks good.
Looks great!
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