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      05-04-2017, 11:30 PM   #23
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My last check before purchasing questions... one great thing about APEX wheels is that they're designed to let me use my stock length lugs with the aftermarket wheels.

Can I use my stock lugs and wheel locks, from my ZCP wheels with these Titan7 wheels? Or do I need to buy new lugs? If so, I'll check in on sizing when I purchase.
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Love the design! I just wish they came in 19's, I fear 18's would look too small on a stock E93....unless you can advise a more proper fitment?

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Will 18" clear 380mm brembos?
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These look incredible. You mentioned they'd clear StopTech and Rotora BBK. How about Brembo 380mm front and rear?
Still need to verify B380s when we get the chance. Will update the thread later.

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Love the design! I just wish they came in 19's, I fear 18's would look too small on a sock E93....unless you can advise a more proper fitment?
19s will be available eventually, but you really can't go wrong with an E92 M3 with a aggressive, meaty tire. 18s allows more choices and overall lower cost in tire replacement.

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My last check before purchasing questions... one great thing about APEX wheels is that they're designed to let me use my stock length lugs with the aftermarket wheels.

Can I use my stock lugs and wheel locks, from my ZCP wheels with these Titan7 wheels? Or do I need to buy new lugs? If so, I'll check in on sizing when I purchase.
Wheels are compatible with stock hardware as well as stud conversions/aftermarket Tuner lugs.

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Hi Tom,

Amazing wheels, look great! Is the black M3 in those pictures lowered in anyway?

Thanks!
Black M3 is lowered on KW Clubsports.
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      05-05-2017, 11:51 AM   #27
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Will 18" clear 380mm brembos?
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These look incredible. You mentioned they'd clear StopTech and Rotora BBK. How about Brembo 380mm front and rear?
Still need to verify B380s when we get the chance. Will update the thread later.

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Love the design! I just wish they came in 19's, I fear 18's would look too small on a sock E93....unless you can advise a more proper fitment?
19s will be available eventually, but you really can't go wrong with an E92 M3 with a aggressive, meaty tire. 18s allows more choices and overall lower cost in tire replacement.

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My last check before purchasing questions... one great thing about APEX wheels is that they're designed to let me use my stock length lugs with the aftermarket wheels.

Can I use my stock lugs and wheel locks, from my ZCP wheels with these Titan7 wheels? Or do I need to buy new lugs? If so, I'll check in on sizing when I purchase.
Wheels are compatible with stock hardware as well as stud conversions/aftermarket Tuner lugs.

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Hi Tom,

Amazing wheels, look great! Is the black M3 in those pictures lowered in anyway?

Thanks!
Black M3 is lowered on KW Clubsports.
Thanks Tom! If there are any pictures of the wheels mounted on stock ZCP suspension that would be amazing.
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      05-05-2017, 01:01 PM   #29
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Ok, Tom I'm sold. Will be reaching out when these are available and when I'm ready to blow my wallet again. This month is crazy. First a BBK, now a set of wheels! Looking forward to the launch.
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Little throwback with some E46 M3 action:

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      05-10-2017, 04:06 PM   #32
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The advertising on the wheel is unnecessary. Any chance of getting them without? Or do they have to so they don't get compared to BBS FI and Volk Ce28 designs? Putting "FORGED" on the wheel is just trying too hard.

If they can remove that much material, why not all the way around for weight reduction?

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A large number of companies have their logo on the wheels in some form or fashion. The Titan7 logo is very subtle, not invasive at all.

Wheels are already in production, we should start seeing them in stock by the end of the month. More pictures on the way soon.
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T-S5s would be new new wheels if they were available in 19"x10!!
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Any updates on the pre-ordered 18x9.5 & 18x10.5 sets of T-S5? Looking forward to paying the rest of my invoice and seeing how close the fit is on my Rotora 380mm/6-piston & 355mm/4-piston
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Should be any day now. Will let you know the minute they are ready to ship
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Beautiful wheels and the T-S5 in Satin Titanium would look awesome on my IB E92. I see your feature E92s are fitted up with 265/35 and 285/35 front-rear. Would there be an issue running Michelin PSS in 275/35 and 295/35 (lowered on Eibach prokit) if I want to maintain OEM diameters? Or would you recommend the less aggressive tire size selection?
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Beautiful wheels and the T-S5 in Satin Titanium would look awesome on my IB E92. I see your feature E92s are fitted up with 265/35 and 285/35 front-rear. Would there be an issue running Michelin PSS in 275/35 and 295/35 (lowered on Eibach prokit) if I want to maintain OEM diameters? Or would you recommend the less aggressive tire size selection?
275 up front is pretty aggressive for the street. 295 would work in the rear, dependent on tire brand as they all vary slightly.
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Hey tom @ eas any updates on the arrival dates of the wheels? Looking forward to the day they arrive
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Hey tom @ eas any updates on the arrival dates of the wheels? Looking forward to the day they arrive
Yes, we have our stocking order arriving Mid July, preorders are being allocated as we speak.

Let me know if you have any questions and I'll be happy to answer!
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