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      04-10-2008, 04:57 PM   #1
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19 in IForged Daytonas

So I just ordered my 335i sedan today, and I'm gonna order the iforged daytonas in Hyper black. Whats the best tire, and tire size to go with so that I dont rub?? Offset? I'll be getting coilovers soon also. Thanks in advance guys.
I was told 19x8, and 19x10. Sound good??
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you should go with a 235 front and 275 rear. I would personally go with 235 front and 275 rear mainly because I think a 245 in front on an 8in wide wheel will look too bubbly and a 265 on a 10in wheel will be too stretched. 235/275 is my final recommendation. where in ma are you.ta lemme.
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you should go with a 235 front and 275 rear. I would personally go with 235 front and 275 rear mainly because I think a 245 in front on an 8in wide wheel will look too bubbly and a 265 on a 10in wheel will be too stretched. 235/275 is my final recommendation. where in ma are you.ta lemme.
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I just dont want to rub, and I want tires that will be the same OD as the stock ones. I'm from Ipwich. North Shore.
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with it being an e90 I think you'll be fine with that setup. the OD should be roughly the same as well. gl with everything.
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for 19x8, and 19x10 i would recommend 235/35/19 & 265/30/19.
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for 19x8, and 19x10 i would recommend 235/35/19 & 265/30/19.
Done. Thanks bro. Whats a good tire thats not gonna smoke my pockets?? General Exclaim??
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I would get 8.5 and 9.5 or 8.5 and 10. 8 and 10 is too big of a difference, the front is going to have the tire hanging off the rim and the back is going to be stretched because its too thin for a 10". I have looked at this for a while and have had many wheels like HRE, DPE and IF, also have done the math.
I'm looking at getting 19x8 front with 235/35/19 and the 19x9.5 with 275/30/19
The tires will have the same look on the rims and same 82mm profile.
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I would get 8.5 and 9.5 or 8.5 and 10. 8 and 10 is too big of a difference, the front is going to have the tire hanging off the rim and the back is going to be stretched because its too thin for a 10". I have looked at this for a while and have had many wheels like HRE, DPE and IF, also have done the math.
I'm looking at getting 19x8 front with 235/35/19 and the 19x9.5 with 275/30/19
The tires will have the same look on the rims and same 82mm profile.
I agree 100%
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8 and 10 is the perfect setup for the iforged wheels. 99% of the guys here at run the iforged have that setup, because its a very aggressive look. Id def stick with that for sure I myself have it as well and love it.
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I would get 8.5 and 9.5 or 8.5 and 10. 8 and 10 is too big of a difference, the front is going to have the tire hanging off the rim and the back is going to be stretched because its too thin for a 10". I have looked at this for a while and have had many wheels like HRE, DPE and IF, also have done the math.
I'm looking at getting 19x8 front with 235/35/19 and the 19x9.5 with 275/30/19
The tires will have the same look on the rims and same 82mm profile.
Could I go 9.5 in the back with a 265?? If so, I need to change my order. I just ordered the rims.
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8 and 10 is the perfect setup for the iforged wheels. 99% of the guys here at run the iforged have that setup, because its a very aggressive look. Id def stick with that for sure I myself have it as well and love it.
What kind of tires are you running?? Size? Brand? TIA
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Could I go 9.5 in the back with a 265?? If so, I need to change my order. I just ordered the rims.
right now I have CSL wheels 19x8.5 and 19x9.5 235/265 Falkens. The 265/30 in the rear are good, I could have gone with 275
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Car number 38? What did you run??
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Car number 38? What did you run??
I only had the car a week and ran with my 19's and the only mod I had was a JB2 at the time. I ran a 12.84 at 108mph. Now I have intercooler, DP, R switch and intake. I hope to run 12.3 like you.
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Done. Thanks bro. Whats a good tire thats not gonna smoke my pockets?? General Exclaim??
I have had experience w/ Michelin, Toyos and Dunlop. But i hear for the money they are fine. Of the tires i used Dunlop Direzza DZ101 are very inexpensive and been holding up pretty good so far.
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What kind of tires are you running?? Size? Brand? TIA
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Falken 452's seem to be good bang for the buck!

As for size I agree with 235-35-19 and 275-30-19 that some others have recommended.

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8 and 10 is the perfect setup for the iforged wheels. 99% of the guys here at run the iforged have that setup, because its a very aggressive look. Id def stick with that for sure I myself have it as well and love it.
99% iforged run 8.5 in front

I would definitely do 245 and 285 rear.
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Thanks for all the help guys.
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