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      11-22-2013, 08:52 PM   #89
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      11-23-2013, 01:53 AM   #90
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Hi mate thanks for you help.

Sorry to sound dumb but i dont really understand the rear wheel. if i buy 19x10 et38 and add a 10mm spacer for the pre lci wont that make it 48et. i thought it would add not minus? =\ from what i have read et is the amount of offset is "The distance between the rim's center line and its mounting surface."so if i add 10mm spacer i am increasing the distance of the wheel from the mounting surface, so it wouldnt be 28mm?

im new to all this and maybe my understanding is just flawed..=\
No worries we all have start somewhere, but offset really works other way around. When you add spacer it will decrease the offset and push the wheel more out. So et38+10mm spacer really is et28. Basically low offset push the wheel out and high offset will retract the wheel in.

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      11-24-2013, 10:15 PM   #91
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Thanks so much its heaps clearer now =D will post up pics once i decide which route to go down =]
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      11-26-2013, 06:31 PM   #92
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We took the time this week to take some quick shots of my daily driver, an '07 E92 335i running a super aggressive fitment. The car originally had 19x8.5 ET40 and 19x9.5 ET33, but I decided to go crazy on the concavity







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Front Wheels: VMR Wheels VB3 19x9.5 ET33
Front Tires: 235/35/19 General Exclaim UHP

Rear Wheels: VMR Wheels VB3 19x10 ET38 + 5mm Spacer (19x10 ET33)
Rear Tires: 265/30/19 General Exclaim UHP

After 200-300 miles of driving, I can report no rubbing.... fenders are not rolled either! Same tires before/after, and as expected, no change in performance or handling characteristics.

Have a great long weekend

I got this exact set up after reading this post minus spacers but I rub slightly when turning wheel all the way to make sharp turns-__-
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      12-03-2013, 02:16 AM   #93
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I was about to get this setup... so you rub on your inner fender on full lock?
Same tires and size?

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I got this exact set up after reading this post minus spacers but I rub slightly when turning wheel all the way to make sharp turns-__-
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      03-02-2014, 09:30 PM   #94
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I was about to get this setup... so you rub on your inner fender on full lock?
Same tires and size?
Sorry for late reply but yes when pulling out of my drive way and sharp turns but only on the right side. The fenfer linder has a vent that it rubs on
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      04-06-2014, 06:02 AM   #95
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Did anyone else have trouble clearing the strut with this set up? Apparently i did
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      04-06-2014, 06:15 AM   #96
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Did anyone else have trouble clearing the strut with this set up? Apparently i did
Do you have coilovers? Some of those have less clearance than stock shocks. Also if the tyre is wider than the wheel edge, then it's the tyre that hits. Any way add 3-5mm spacer and problem solved.
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Do you have coilovers? Some of those have less clearance than stock shocks. Also if the tyre is wider than the wheel edge, then it's the tyre that hits. Any way add 3-5mm spacer and problem solved.
Yes i do have coilovers. I had to use my 15mm or 12mm for the front. My friend said it fit just perfectly, but kind of sticks out too much. Hopefully adding a 5mm would be a better fit. I am running 235/35 on the 9.5. BTW this is a E92. I am currently deployed.
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Here's my 07 E90 335

orig set up
front 8.5" 40 et 235/35/19 12mm spacer falken 452
rear 9.5" 33 et 265/30/19 5mm spacer falken 452

new set up
front 9.5" 33et 265/30/19
rear 10.5 38et 275/30/19 10 mm spacer

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no rubbing in the front, but only in the rear so I rolled it just a little and it cleared.

Thanks to Charles VMR for his great customer service and 1clean335 for his advise on getting the 19x10.
I have the sport springs too and I was wondering if I'd be able to do this same setup... now I'm sold
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I have the sport springs too and I was wondering if I'd be able to do this same setup... now I'm sold
Sure you can, but if you want to fit 265/30/19 to front you will need negative camber, which means camber plates. http://www.e90post.com/forums/showpo...6&postcount=38 Also possibly 3-5mm spacer, so the wider tyre clears inside.

If you go with 19x9.5 et33 with 235/35/19 front and 19x10 et25 with 265/30/19 rear. Only thing you need is fender roll to rear. http://www.e90post.com/forums/showpo...89&postcount=3
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Think I can do this same fitment using the VMR v710 wheels on an LCI M-Sport e92?
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      06-12-2014, 02:19 PM   #101
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so what makes your wheels (VMR) more concave? I love the 718s and the vb3s and want to get as concave as possible... is it the wheel width or offset? I know vb3 is more concave than the 718 by default but what makes it so you can "go crazy with the concavity?"
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      06-12-2014, 05:25 PM   #102
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so what makes your wheels (VMR) more concave? I love the 718s and the vb3s and want to get as concave as possible... is it the wheel width or offset? I know vb3 is more concave than the 718 by default but what makes it so you can "go crazy with the concavity?"
Width. Wider is more concave. Lower offset is just thicker backside.
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