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      09-09-2019, 06:43 PM   #727
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Thanks, appreciate it, please see below.



Thanks Kevin, I think those photos are before I installed the front spacers, although the fronts are so subtle it may be difficult to notice.



Wow nicely done Rattle_headd !!

Hey kevin @ eas , Iím running the 255/35 285/30 tire setup on the 19 ZCP wheels
Iím looking to lower the car on KW HAS, and I want the exact same aggressive FLUSH look like rattle_head... can I run 12/10 spacers? Will the 10mm spacer rub in the back on the lowest setting/can I just get my fenders rolled?

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      12-17-2019, 02:45 PM   #728
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tom @ eas Can you pm me the pricing on the spacers (15/12.5mm) and which springs I should run on zcp suspension/stock tires? TY
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      12-17-2019, 04:45 PM   #729
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tom @ eas Can you pm me the pricing on the spacers (15/12.5mm) and which springs I should run on zcp suspension/stock tires? TY
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      01-08-2020, 04:07 PM   #730
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Just got my set of 12/10. Had a hard time finding any pictures of a ZCP e92 set up with 12/10 anywhere on this thread. Will be sure to post pictures once installed this weekend.
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      01-13-2020, 10:02 AM   #731
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Installed the set of 12/10 spacers this weekend. Install went smoothly. Unfortunately I am getting steering vibration at 80-85mph. I took my time cleaning wheel hub, wheel itself and spacers to make sure there was no dirt, rust, or grime between the surfaces. I hand tightened the lugs while the wheels were elevated then torqued to spec while they were touching the ground w/ some weight on them. Going to take off and re-install this week, any suggestions would be helpful. I did use some anti-seize on the hub, not sure if that could be what's causing the vibration.

Here are some before/after photos of 12mm front and 10mm rear Macht Schnell spaces on a stock suspension ZCP e92. Sorry for the mediocre photo quality...lighting in my garage is not exactly ideal.

Front Before:

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Front 3/4 Before:

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Rear Before:

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From Festival of Speed St Pete this weekend:



Got some great feedback at the event and I'm very happy with the fitment. The rear wheels are absolutely perfect, front wheels are right where I want them too. Wouldn't change the spec.
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      02-13-2020, 12:03 AM   #732
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Year/model BMW:
2008 E92 M3

Wheels/offset:
Front: 19x8.5 OEM M3, ET29
Rear: 19x9.5 OEM M3, ET23

Tire size:
Front:Michelin Pilot Super Sport 255/35-19
Rear: Michelin Pilot Super Sport 275/35-19

Suspension:
RD Sport Springs

Spacer size:
Front: 15mm
Rear: 12mm

Sorry to bump an old post, but I was thinking of going 255/275 on 220m with the possibility of springs in the future. I was afraid of rubbing with 15/12 and was thinking 12/10 instead due to the +1 upsize, however it seems to work with the example above? Got any thoughts? tom @ eas or kevin @ eas
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      02-13-2020, 12:27 PM   #733
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Sorry to bump an old post, but I was thinking of going 255/275 on 220m with the possibility of springs in the future. I was afraid of rubbing with 15/12 and was thinking 12/10 instead due to the +1 upsize, however it seems to work with the example above? Got any thoughts? tom @ eas or kevin @ eas
Going plus size I normally recommend using a 12/10 combo. Really depends on the tire but a tire like the Michelin p4s run wide. Smaller tires such as Hankook ventus run narrow so you might be able to get away 15/12.
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      03-03-2020, 07:58 PM   #734
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Can I Fit 18/15 on my 08 E90? Stock height, 219 wheels with 245/265 PSS. If I can get a price quote as well that would be great!
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Ok guys, 2011 competition package with stock suspension and stock tires, zcp wheels. Looking for a perfect flush look with the fender, I really don't want sticking out at all either rim or tire. Like looking for the best flush option without rubbing. Was thinking of 18/15. I might go a bit bigger size tires when times comes but it wont be a most for me if I can have 18/15.
Do any of you have seen issues with rock chips in the body work since the stick out more than factory?

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      03-25-2020, 12:48 PM   #736
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Can I Fit 18/15 on my 08 E90? Stock height, 219 wheels with 245/265 PSS. If I can get a price quote as well that would be great!
Yes that will wok on stock suspension.

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Ok guys, 2011 competition package with stock suspension and stock tires, zcp wheels. Looking for a perfect flush look with the fender, I really don't want sticking out at all either rim or tire. Like looking for the best flush option without rubbing. Was thinking of 18/15. I might go a bit bigger size tires when times comes but it wont be a most for me if I can have 18/15.
Do any of you have seen issues with rock chips in the body work since the stick out more than factory?
15 front and 12mm rear is the perfect size for stock tires and comp package. If going wider on the tires then 12/10 would be a better setup to go with.
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15 front and 12mm rear is the perfect size for stock tires and comp package. If going wider on the tires then 12/10 would be a better setup to go with.
If ido stay with stock size, will the wheel/tire poke past the fender? I want to go as flush as possible, dont want any poke. Trying to make sure before placing an order.

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If ido stay with stock size, will the wheel/tire poke past the fender? I want to go as flush as possible, dont want any poke. Trying to make sure before placing an order.

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No poke with that setup. Here is an example

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      03-28-2020, 12:27 PM   #739
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Just purchased 12mm MS spacers for my e90 and rubs a little on mine in the rear fender trim. Anybody have a pair of 10mm MS spacers and bolts they want to trade for?
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anyone with 15mm front, 12 mm rear with ZCP wheels on stock ride height have pictures of how they look if you were standing right in front or rear of the car? Just want to see how far apart the tires are pushed out. I know it sits flush with the fenders but im afraid the tires being pushed so far away from each other would make it weird looking if you look from the rear or rear.
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