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      05-07-2011, 08:35 PM   #111
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Looks great! Congrats on the new look!
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      08-05-2011, 02:50 AM   #112
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These look great! I am tempted to run a square set of the fronts (19x9) with 245's all around.
I'm thinking to run set of the fronts (19x9) with 235/35/19 Goodyear Eagle F1 Assymetric in an E93 330d
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      08-05-2011, 04:04 PM   #113
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I'm thinking to run set of the fronts (19x9) with 235/35/19 Goodyear Eagle F1 Assymetric in an E93 330d
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It will fit easily.
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      08-06-2011, 11:34 AM   #114
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It will fit easily.
So I will have no problems, no rubbing.... ????
My car has M OEM suspension

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      08-20-2011, 10:20 PM   #115
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So I will have no problems, no rubbing.... ????
My car has M OEM suspension

I am going to order the wheels on Monday
It will be fine. Post some photos once you get them.
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      08-21-2011, 02:56 AM   #116
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wheels ordered, waiting for the BMW DEALER............

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As this other guy asked, if someone is running OEM M-Sport suspension, 2011 335i E90, can they use 359M wheels without rubbing?

Lets assume they bought the wheels and tires from an M3 ZCP.

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As this other guy asked, if someone is running OEM M-Sport suspension, 2011 335i E90, can they use 359M wheels without rubbing?

Lets assume they bought the wheels and tires from an M3 ZCP.

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If you roll and pull the rear fenders you should be able to fit them. It won't be easy on an LCI e90. If you do keep the 265/35 rear you will rub the fender liner when you have 5 people in car on about medium size bumps. I have the 359s on my pre-LCI e90 with M3 size tires. I had to roll and slightly pull rear fenders.
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rears def. need a roll with this setup - even with a 265 tire in the back. Fronts should be ok unless you are slammed.
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rears def. need a roll with this setup - even with a 265 tire in the back. Fronts should be ok unless you are slammed.
I needed a very aggressive roll (slight pull). Everything is good now.
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heres a couple of pics of my setup, running 235/35/19 & 265/30/19 out back, 95% rub free unless theres a crazy pothole or dip in the road....rear fenders rolled not pulled
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thanks, the info/pics you posted were excellent reference
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heres a couple of pics of my setup, running 235/35/19 & 265/30/19 out back, 95% rub free unless theres a crazy pothole or dip in the road....
can you give some details on your fog deletes? are those the m3 ducts?
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can you give some details on your fog deletes? are those the m3 ducts?
yes, ordered from tischer, P/Ns
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They require some modification to fit
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what else do you have done on the car? i see m3 skirts

you need to do a quick photoshot!
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what else do you have done on the car? i see m3 skirts

you need to do a quick photoshot!
couple of things here and there, nothing outside the norm

mtech sides.. thinking of going to OEM m3 sides (need modification to fit)

amuse trunk waiting paint.... maybe Ill do a semi pro shoot then
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couple of things here and there, nothing outside the norm

mtech sides.. thinking of going to OEM m3 sides (need modification to fit)

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nice, what did you do for the suspension?
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nice, what did you do for the suspension?
KWV2's - happy so far but they need some corner balancing and firmness adjustment to dial them in perfectly. Running a pretty conservative drop after putting the zcp's on...
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looks great! what type of fender modifications did you do to achieve 95% rubbing?
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looks great! what type of fender modifications did you do to achieve 95% rubbing?
you mean 95% not rubbing - rears rolled, not pulled though
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I have a question.... why put larger with rims on the front of the car (9") and still run a 235 - 1 size larger than stock? (same goes for the rear).

Other than looks... it certainly looks nice... the front especially nice fitment on the 359.

Is there a performance benefit? I guess it increases the front track a bit.

I want more RUBBER on the front of the car - that demands a 9" rim - but I want a 255 or 265 on the front like Dinan has managed to do.

QUESTION: Has anybody tried to put a 255 on the 9" 359 and put that on the front of the car and see if it would fit? I believe you would need the M3 wishbones and camber plates for the added camber to do this.
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