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      09-01-2012, 11:14 PM   #529
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but its practically impossible to stretch on ur stock wheels. good luck finding something that can stretch on a 19x8
He can have hella low offset yo -12 offset badabing blaow swag 2 do da stretch thang doe.
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      09-03-2012, 11:41 PM   #530
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      09-04-2012, 07:31 AM   #532
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LOl way to low and no poke....nope sorry
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Get your own car and post pics if you wanna play then
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LOl way to low and no poke....nope sorry

Get your own car and post pics if you wanna play then
... poke isn't the only way to stance and it's not too low (not tucking wheel). The term "Hella Flush" doesn't mean poke, and that rear is more HF than your car. Get off your high horse.
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... poke isn't the only way to stance and it's not too low (not tucking wheel). The term "Hella Flush" doesn't mean poke, and that rear is more HF than your car. Get off your high horse.
I know you don't need poke to be hellafush but those look caved in(not even flush) I am tucking the rear just enough and poking but I guess you know better so he's more hella flush then me. I could care who is more or less as long as it's done right, but thanks for clarifying it all

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LOl way to low and no poke....nope sorry
There's no such thing as too low in my book. Hence the reason I spend a lot more of my time on StanceWorks than here. You can get super wide wheels and be 10 feet off the ground, that doesn't mean you're hella flush.

Yes, I know there's no poke, which is why I am able to go so low with no issues. I don't believe in spacers. If I keep the car, WIDE wheels will be coming soon. I'm talking wider than yours, and I run an E92, not an E90. Although I'm probably not keeping it.

For now, it sits nicely for a cheap set of wheels with no spacers, and I get nothing but compliments on the set up.

Oh and also...hellaflush:
When a car is fitted with insane offset and camber so the wheel is "flush" with the fender flare.
Also includes slamming the car so low that it is almost flush with the ground too.

What you consider hellaflush is actually called POKE. Don't worry, I like poke too.



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There's no such thing as too low in my book. Hence the reason I spend a lot more of my time on StanceWorks than here. You can get super wide wheels and be 10 feet off the ground, that doesn't mean you're hella flush.

Yes, I know there's no poke, which is why I am able to go so low with no issues. I don't believe in spacers. If I keep the car, WIDE wheels will be coming soon. I'm talking wider than yours, and I run an E92, not an E90. Although I'm probably not keeping it.

For now, it sits nicely for a cheap set of wheels with no spacers, and I get nothing but compliments on the set up.

Oh and also...hellaflush:
When a car is fitted with insane offset and camber so the wheel is "flush" with the fender flare.
Also includes slamming the car so low that it is almost flush with the ground too.

What you consider hellaflush is actually called POKE. Don't worry, I like poke too.



Lol anyone could slamm there car down if they have small wheels and weak offsets to easy, looks good but not very aggressive. Just like anyone could throw on huge wide wheels and run 4x4, very true. But to have it slammed and still poke takes some work, I look forward seeing how wide you will take it and still make it sit properly. And I don't like spacers myself but sometimes with the wheels especially OEM you need them
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I think to achieve the perfect look you have to have a combo of wide wheels, with an aggressive offset and a perfectly setup ride height to pull it off.

I don't like car's that look broken or just ridiculous. A nice drop without getting stupid with a bit of poke and nice WIDE wheels that look aggressive from the back is the look I would be going for.

But again the "perfect look" is going to be different for everyone. I remember when I wanted my car to touch the ground and be as loud as possible haha, times have changed.

EDIT: I think project335i actually pulls off this look VERY well.
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I think to achieve the perfect look you have to have a combo of wide wheels, with an aggressive offset and a perfectly setup ride height to pull it off.

I don't like car's that look broken or just ridiculous. A nice drop without getting stupid with a bit of poke and nice WIDE wheels that look aggressive from the back is the look I would be going for.

But again the "perfect look" is going to be different for everyone. I remember when I wanted my car to touch the ground and be as loud as possible haha, times have changed.

EDIT: I think project335i actually pulls off this look VERY well.
Well said Dr G totally agree with you there.

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There's no such thing as too low in my book. Hence the reason I spend a lot more of my time on StanceWorks than here. You can get super wide wheels and be 10 feet off the ground, that doesn't mean you're hella flush.
With 2000 posts you barely spend time here? dayum
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Are these 19 or 18 cause I'm super low and I'm not sure what wheels to run for next summer
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LOl way to low and no poke....nope sorry
There's no such thing as too low in my book. Hence the reason I spend a lot more of my time on StanceWorks than here. You can get super wide wheels and be 10 feet off the ground, that doesn't mean you're hella flush.

Yes, I know there's no poke, which is why I am able to go so low with no issues. I don't believe in spacers. If I keep the car, WIDE wheels will be coming soon. I'm talking wider than yours, and I run an E92, not an E90. Although I'm probably not keeping it.

For now, it sits nicely for a cheap set of wheels with no spacers, and I get nothing but compliments on the set up.

Oh and also...hellaflush:
When a car is fitted with insane offset and camber so the wheel is "flush" with the fender flare.
Also includes slamming the car so low that it is almost flush with the ground too.

What you consider hellaflush is actually called POKE. Don't worry, I like poke too.



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On the contrary...
wow, one feel like one just join HONDA-TECH.
HELLA FLUSH approved $60,000 dollar cars. I'm just going to remove my BBS' and install some 15 x 20 konig rewinds and drop my car until you can even tell the difference between my camber and my caster. And yes i said 15 x 20; it is important that the wheel be wide.

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wow, one feel like one just join HONDA-TECH.
HELLA FLUSH approved $60,000 dollar cars. I'm just going to remove my BBS' and install some 15 x 20 konig rewinds and drop my car until you can even tell the difference between my camber and my caster. And yes i said 15 x 20; it is important that the wheel be wide.
Notice all the wheels in this thread are NOT cheap VMR, CSL reps, LM reps, Konigs as you say, etc. You need good offsets, and good offsets don't come COTS.
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hmm so i'm new to the forum, and this thread seems to be right up my alley.

Just recently bought a Space Grey e92M, and i've started looking up wheel sizes/offsets n what not.

here's my old bucket

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hmm so i'm new to the forum, and this thread seems to be right up my alley.

Just recently bought a Space Grey e92M, and i've started looking up wheel sizes/offsets n what not.

here's my old bucket

damn, looks awesome, is this the e46m that had the LHRs on it? can't wait to see what you do with the e92m.
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hmm so i'm new to the forum, and this thread seems to be right up my alley.

Just recently bought a Space Grey e92M, and i've started looking up wheel sizes/offsets n what not.

here's my old bucket

That e46 was sitting just right, what are the plan for the stance on the e92
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damn, looks awesome, is this the e46m that had the LHRs on it? can't wait to see what you do with the e92m.
Yup Yup, had some guy drive into me about 4 weeks ago, so i figured it was time to upgrade. I'm still debating on rebuilding the one damaged LHR and just running the set up on the e92, but idk how different the cars are size wise (18's might be too small for it)
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That e46 was sitting just right, what are the plan for the stance on the e92
unsure if 18's or 19's yet, gotta see how low those cars actually get and what kind of sizing I can run, but should be interesting
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