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      05-31-2017, 01:57 PM   #23
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These are looking good, may consider getting a set for myself for track duty, just cant decide on size/offset. Likely go 18 for more rubber.
these are definitely the Go To wheels for track M3s. Cheap, light, strong
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Very curious is this on stock suspension or lowered
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and the tire sizes
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and the tire sizes
The car looks to be slightly lowered. Lowering springs is my guess. Tires are 275/35-18 RS-3's.

Also, this thread was a duplicate that never took off. There are many more photo's of E9X M3's on APEX wheels here
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The car looks to be slightly lowered. Lowering springs is my guess. Tires are 275/35-18 RS-3's.

Also, this thread was a duplicate that never took off. There are many more photo's of E9X M3's on APEX wheels here

Which is lighter for the 19's. The EC-7 or ARC-8?
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Which is lighter for the 19's. The EC-7 or ARC-8?
ARC-8


THREAD UPDATE

We are requesting to have this thread closed, as there is a much more in depth and active APEX thread within this same section. Please view our new galley showroom thread here




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