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      06-24-2013, 12:59 AM   #89
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I also have another question. I'm also thinking about putting SDCs on all four corners but I am an F30. I've been talking to both EAS/Modbargins/Forgestar and actually MRF.

My issue is - I want 19x9.5 ET +23 but it seems like based on what is written here - it might not clear the M-Performance BBKs?
The actual problem is not the BBK, but the stock calipers. They are apparently too close to the mounting are of the rims.....I will be test fitting them on Tuesday so I can confirm all this for everyone
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      06-24-2013, 01:03 AM   #90
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I'm sorry i gave no idea about the f30 specs and brakes. I would check there section to see if any other f30 owners can help

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However, in this thread its mentioned that bbks help with the fitment of these wheels correct or?
I did read that but haven't confirmed it myself

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      06-24-2013, 01:05 AM   #91
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I also have another question. I'm also thinking about putting SDCs on all four corners but I am an F30. I've been talking to both EAS/Modbargins/Forgestar and actually MRF.

My issue is - I want 19x9.5 ET +23 but it seems like based on what is written here - it might not clear the M-Performance BBKs?
The actual problem is not the BBK, but the stock calipers. They are apparently too close to the mounting are of the rims.....I will be test fitting them on Tuesday so I can confirm all this for everyone
He is actually wondering if the BBK helps the fitment cause of the people saying the stock brakes are the issues.

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      06-24-2013, 01:21 PM   #92
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Lol. I bet I can make them work. I gurantee and already know you can run a 9.5" et13 as I run a 10" just as aggressive.

So please elaborate dude.

You don't trim your front fenders but I would fold them which you can do yourself its very easily

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      06-26-2013, 09:46 AM   #93
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I heard there was supposed to be a test fit yesterday - any update since then?
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      06-26-2013, 11:54 AM   #94
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Yeah, looking forward to updates!

I own a e90 LCI 328ix and just purchased 220s: 19x8.5 et29 with 235/35/19 and 19x9.5 et23 with 275/30/19. Hoping to get away with rolling fenders...
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      06-26-2013, 02:13 PM   #95
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Wouldn't it have been easier just to have gone with a pair of deep concaves up front and then use the super deep concaves out back? I know that forgestar recommends a semi concave up front, but I am pretty sure a deep concave in a 19x9.5 +2x offset would fit up front.
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Wouldn't it have been easier just to have gone with a pair of deep concaves up front and then use the super deep concaves out back? I know that forgestar recommends a semi concave up front, but I am pretty sure a deep concave in a 19x9.5 +2x offset would fit up front.
I completely agree that going deep up from and super deep at the back would look better than using semi deep up front. I just don't know why they say it wont fit...
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      06-26-2013, 02:44 PM   #97
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I completely agree that going deep up from and super deep at the back would look better than using semi deep up front. I just don't know why they say it wont fit...
That's what I was wondering as well.
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That's what I was wondering as well.
"Deep Concave" comes in 9.5" as the least wide which is the lowest width you can get with "Super Deep Concave" so why not just run all SDC?

I'm hoping to run 9.5F and 10R all SDC. Just waiting to see how this turns out before I pull the trigger. I'm only really worried about the fronts.
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      06-26-2013, 03:52 PM   #99
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Wouldn't it have been easier just to have gone with a pair of deep concaves up front and then use the super deep concaves out back? I know that forgestar recommends a semi concave up front, but I am pretty sure a deep concave in a 19x9.5 +2x offset would fit up front.
Seems much more logical huh? I posted about that on another thread everyone thinks that SDC doesnt work well because of the super flat front and the super deep rear. If you went deep concave in front (19x9.5 et you can go lower than 20) and SDC 19x11 or 19x12 in the rear itd still look great just cant do semi in front and SDC in rear
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      06-26-2013, 03:58 PM   #100
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      06-26-2013, 11:04 PM   #101
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Seems much more logical huh? I posted about that on another thread everyone thinks that SDC doesnt work well because of the super flat front and the super deep rear. If you went deep concave in front (19x9.5 et you can go lower than 20) and SDC 19x11 or 19x12 in the rear itd still look great just cant do semi in front and SDC in rear
How bad is the clearance? Couldn't a small spacer fix the problem?

I realize now that earlier posters were talking about running DC instead of SDC because of the brake clearance...
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      06-27-2013, 11:01 AM   #103
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How bad is the clearance? Couldn't a small spacer fix the problem?

I realize now that earlier posters were talking about running DC instead of SDC because of the brake clearance...
if you want SDC to fit I believe that you have to go down to around 19x9.5 et 13. For most people that offset is way to low and don't want to do all the work to make it fit, yet once people realize that they go straight to semi deep concave
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Of they fit with no rub I will be damn happy lol
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Of they fit with no rub I will be damn happy lol
With a set up like this you will rub even with camber and fender work. It will look great after seeing them on the car already. Stay tuned people will be pleasantly supposed
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      06-27-2013, 07:49 PM   #108
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Of they fit with no rub I will be damn happy lol
You should come by and see what 9.5 et 25 look like and you'll see what et 13 will take to fit dave.
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Of they fit with no rub I will be damn happy lol
You should come by and see what 9.5 et 25 look like and you'll see what et 13 will take to fit dave.
Man 9.5 et 25 is a pretty simple fit on a e90 compared to a e92. I run on the front a 10" et around 13 on my e90. The e90 front metal fenders are alot more forgiving.
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