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      12-22-2012, 09:27 PM   #1
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Forgestar F14 Super Deep Concave Help

After a lot of research I decided to go with the F14 Super Deep Concave Wheels (http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=769921), but I am in need of some assistance.

I have a 2008 BMW 335i coupe (e92) and will be lowering the car on H&R Sport Springs, and will be trimming or rolling my fenders (Most likely trimming). I am going for an aggressive stance with this setup with some stretch and poke in both the rear and front. My car is also FBO with a meth kit, so I would like to keep performance in mind with this setup as well.

Here is an example of the stance I am trying to achieve:

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The F14 Super Deep Concave come in the following options:

19x9.5 -25 to +25
19x10 -19 to +31
19x11 -6 to +44
19x12 +6 to +56

I am looking to fit a 19x11 in the rear, but I don't know what size to get for the front. I would like to finalize this setup so that I can start asking for quotes. Could you guys answer the following for me please:

1. To achieve the aggressive rear I seek, what offset should I get with a 19x11 wheel size. Taking into account that I will be using H&R sport springs, be trimming my rear fenders, and adding some negative camber.

2. What Size wheel and offset should I get to make the front look aggressive as well, but a little less aggressive than the rear.

3. What Tire Brand & Size should I get? (I was thinking Hankook Ventus v12 with a 265-275 in the rear, I don't know what will give me a nice amount of stretch and poke).

***I want a good amount of stretch and poke, nothing over the top, but enough to get that aggressive stance

Thank in advance, and I hope to finalize the specifications of my purchase soon with your help!
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      12-22-2012, 09:40 PM   #2
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Haha still haven't pulled the trigger on something yet. Did I not tell you after all the pm sizing to get.
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      12-22-2012, 09:44 PM   #3
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LOL bro I've been trying to ask you for the offsets for the forgestar F14 and front wheel size. You told me to send you a pm when I chose a wheel and you would take care of the rest. Also could you ask you friend if he could trim my fenders as well? How much does he charge?

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Haha still haven't pulled the trigger on something yet. Did I not tell you after all the pm sizing to get.

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      12-22-2012, 10:10 PM   #4
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Go with 19x9.5 et19-20 front and 19x11 et 24-25. I sent you a pm though
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      12-25-2012, 08:50 PM   #5
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That's the size and offset I'm running and that should do the job.
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      12-26-2012, 12:15 AM   #6
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Can you send me pictures of how the rims look like on your car please?

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That's the size and offset I'm running and that should do the job.
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Thinking about getting these wheels but I don't like the flat front.

OP, did you end up buying the wheels? Sorry for bumping up an old thread..
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Yup I ended up buying them

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Thinking about getting these wheels but I don't like the flat front.

OP, did you end up buying the wheels? Sorry for bumping up an old thread..
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      06-09-2013, 01:10 AM   #9
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Can you a post a pic?
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Lol I did post a picture.... :/
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Very nice
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What sizes? And did you out them on yet? I heard from forgestar and sonic tuning super deep concave won't work in the front unless you go down to 19x9.5 et 13
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post pics mounted
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Are these sdc front and back? Pics mounted?
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      06-09-2013, 12:25 PM   #15
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Lol sorry guys Im headed over the border to pick them up this Tuesday June 11th. I will post pictures of them mounted and my car dropped by the end of this week. The specs are very aggressive so I need to work on the fitment.

19x11 et20, 265/30/19
19x9.5 et 18, 225/35/19
And yes they are both super deep concave front and back
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Lol sorry guys Im headed over the border to pick them up this Tuesday June 11th. I will post pictures of them mounted and my car dropped by the end of this week. The specs are very aggressive so I need to work on the fitment.

19x11 et20, 265/30/19
19x9.5 et 18, 225/35/19
And yes they are both super deep concave front and back
nice specs cant wait to see it happen although I'm very skeptical about the front fitting without major stretch or camber
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Lol sorry guys Im headed over the border to pick them up this Tuesday June 11th. I will post pictures of them mounted and my car dropped by the end of this week. The specs are very aggressive so I need to work on the fitment.

19x11 et20, 265/30/19
19x9.5 et 18, 225/35/19
And yes they are both super deep concave front and back
Nice can't wait to see the pics
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Lol sorry guys Im headed over the border to pick them up this Tuesday June 11th. I will post pictures of them mounted and my car dropped by the end of this week. The specs are very aggressive so I need to work on the fitment.

19x11 et20, 265/30/19
19x9.5 et 18, 225/35/19
And yes they are both super deep concave front and back
Nice man...I can't wait to see this. It may cause me to randomly run off and buy another set of wheels though. Lol
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      06-16-2013, 03:58 PM   #19
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I'm going to assume you're having problems fitting the front rims lol
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I'm going to assume you're having problems fitting the front rims lol
He's not having trouble at all still waiting on parts before install. Why do seem to think its so aggressive. It's not that hard of a fit just like yours.

Just look at kkakonn fronts. His specs are almost exactly the same



You pm'd me a week ago but it got erased pm me if you still need my opinion dude


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Do you not get scrubbing issues with that setup above?
Looks amazing but faily low and close to the tyre.
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He's not having trouble at all still waiting on parts before install. Why do seem to think its so aggressive. It's not that hard of a fit just like yours.

Just look at kkakonn fronts. His specs are almost exactly the same



You pm'd me a week ago but it got erased pm me if you still need my opinion dude
I've talked to forgestar directly as well as sonic tuning and we both were 100% positive that Super Deep Concave would not fit in front without quite a bit of work. This is what I was told:

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Alright thanks, I don't mean to be a pain but just to clarify the the 19x9.5 et20 I run now is smaller than the F14 SDC 19x9.5 et 20? Because it does poke a very tiny bit as of now as you can see If you zoom in but is very manageable to drive with. And if the 19x9.5 et 20 clears both hub and caliper the only reason for it to not fit is the width of the rim. So I'm assuming despite the same specs as my current rim, the barrel of the SDC is larger than mine in width?



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That is correct. The barrel of the SDC is much larger than most, but they needed a large barrel to be able to get the super deep concave look. If you plan on pulling your fenders or doing a custom widebody kit then yea you can fit it the, but work like that is thousands of dollars.


Thus why you haven't seen a non M car pull off all SDC yet. The only ones I've seen that ran SDC all around was a M3 with 19x9.5 et 13. Not saying it'll be impossible to do just gotta do some work on the fitment

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