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      12-11-2012, 02:26 PM   #1
gunda
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Advice on New Wheels and Tires

UPDATE: Some people have suggested to go with another set of wheels since the VMR-v710's are very common. I was thinking about these other options: Avant Garde M310 or M359, Miro 111, and the VMR- VB3 or V18.

Let me know what you guys recommend!


I'm looking into buy a set of VMR-v710 and can't decide on the setup I should purchase. So my car is sparkling graphite metallic and it's almso FBO less a FMIC and performance exhaust, I also just got my BMS meth kit installed thanks to bimmersport .

Here are the questions I'm looking to get opinions/experiences/insight on :

1. What color rim best goes with my car color (sparkling graphite metallic) in order to give it that aggressive look?

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2. I will be buying 19" rims, but what width should the rims be? (ie 8.5 and 9.5)

This is what VMR suggested to me:

19x8.5 +35, 19x9.5 +33

UPDATE: I am thinking of getting 19x10 for the rears, let me know any information you have regarding this setup!

3. What size tires should I buy? I want something that provides very good traction, but also a nice aggressive stance!

This is what VMR suggested to me:

235/35/19, 265/30/19
Hankook Ventus V12 evo K110 Max Performance Summer

4. I am thinking of getting my fenders rolled in order to obtain that aggressive stance, as well as a set of H&R sport springs and wheel spacers.

-Can someone recommend me a good place to get my fenders rolled in the GTA?

- Also what was the part number for the e92 H&R sport springs? Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think it was (50490-2) or something....

-Finally what wheel spacer size do you guys recommend in order to get that aggressive stance? With and Without a fender roll.

Thanks for reading, and all insights are much appreciated

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