Originally Posted by Joe@ApexRaceParts
Since you have an LCI E92 the wheel hubs extend 8mm further than a PRE-LCI car. This makes it much harder to fit a lower offset concave wheel in the rear.
Transferring the 225/40/18 and 255/35/18 tires makes things easier since these are narrower tires than we usually suggest. It is possible to fit an 18x9" ET31 profile 2 concave wheel in the front but your 225/40/18 tire will have a significant stretch over the wider 9" wheel compared to the 8.5" we initially suggested. The 18x9.5" ET35 and ET43 use the same concavity profile 2 and will look the same. The 18x9.5" ET22 is a more concave profile 3 wheel but it is too low of an offset wheel on an LCI E92 and you would need to heavily roll your fenders, maybe even flare them.
are you positive the wheel hubs on the LCI e92 have changed. From what I have read only the LCI e90s have changed. Please confirm.