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      05-09-2013, 01:08 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by rodgerdodger View Post
THanks Dave,
Also I will be tracking the car, so would going this aggressive be the best suited for the track? In the case that I decide to go with a BBK with the above set up you mentioned clear?
If you have camber plates and are able to dial in at least -2.5 degrees of camber, you can actually run the 255/35/18 tire with the 18x9.0" ET31 front wheel. This is our recommended track setup for the fronts, with a 275/35/18 rear with a 18x10" rear.

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That 335i above is mine, and the 18x9et31 will clear stoptech, brembo, and apparently Forge 380mm setups by quite a bit (more than my 19" vmr vb3s did). The trackability of the setup will depend on rideheight and springrates you're running. With adjustable coilovers its definitely trackable with some camber in the front or especially if you're willing to adjust height for track day. I don't think Apex suggests the 245/40/18 because of sidewall height in most applications, but a 255/35/18 would be less sidewall and a little bigger contact patch depending what your priorities are...
Awesome feedback, thanks for your input!
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