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      09-22-2010, 04:28 PM   #177
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Whoah....price on those Weds Sport TC105Ns please.
The TC105N is not available for BMW, but we do have customers that have bought 5-114.3 bolt pattern with adapters from us to make them fit. would be amazing though.

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Looking forward to weights of Advan RZ-DF for E9x fitment (25 & 35 offsets), 18" & 19".
I am thinking the 18" will undercut the Volk TE-37 superlap.
Will do as soon as we get them in. it has been all M3 fitment so far, for us.

the weight of the SuperLap would be hard to beat but I wouldn't be surprised.

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To avoid any favoritism towards a vendor.
we have no qualms whatsoever with that. )

just happy to update everyone and provide information in the best possible way that we can.

One thing though, is that we feel that this has had some adverse effect of people thinking that lighter is ALWAYS better. Which is not quite true.
Light and Strong is good. wheels can always be made lighter but they aren't always strong or built to sustain the load.

Good example is BBS. They can make wheels lighter but they will never do it by sacrificing strength and ability to safely hold the weight of the car not just static but dynamic load. This is why their wheels are a little heavier than others.

Of course they have made the wheels that are featherlight and strong like the BBS FI, but they do cost quite a bit because these aren't just generic forgings that they CNC out. These are proprietary forgings that they worked on that really culminates all their strengths as the premier wheel builder.
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      09-28-2010, 09:24 PM   #178
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price on the Alloy Technic B9 19s staggered in charcoal please.
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      10-15-2010, 04:44 PM   #179
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19 inch BMW Competition


19x9 +31


19x10 +25


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      10-22-2010, 02:16 PM   #180
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I love this thread Johan

Any 18x9, 18x10 RZDF Matte Black?
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      10-23-2010, 09:00 AM   #181
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look at how heavy the stock competition rims are - wow....
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      10-23-2010, 11:47 AM   #182
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Good thread. Can U weight VMR VB3 19"?
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John@WSTO- I/we are greatly in debted to you and your team for putting this together. It is much appreciated. Thank you very much for the effort!!!!!
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      10-25-2010, 07:10 PM   #185
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Just off of our scale from a few hours ago, but definitely sending a set to Johan and Julius so that they can check them out and weigh them on WSTO scale!

Great job as always guys! Btw, you guys have email

19x8.5"



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I love this thread Johan

Any 18x9, 18x10 RZDF Matte Black?
The 18" RZ DF has not been imported to the US for BMW yet. No one has pulleed the trigger. but as soon as we have them, you know we will put somethign up.

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look at how heavy the stock competition rims are - wow....
They are a little bit heavier than most but those are pretty standard weights for oem wheels. you gotta remember that the OEM wheels are pretty much "over engineered" and have load ratings and safety buffers that are much higher than most aftermarket wheels.

We put them on the M3 and i know that this is a great lookign wheel. I just want a 3 series guy to put it on!

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Great Post ... thanks for all your effort
you are very welcome. we enjoy doing it.

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Good thread. Can U weight VMR VB3 19"?
i think that we did. might have to go back to find them.

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John@WSTO- I/we are greatly in debted to you and your team for putting this together. It is much appreciated. Thank you very much for the effort!!!!!
thank you for your compliments.

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Just off of our scale from a few hours ago, but definitely sending a set to Johan and Julius so that they can check them out and weigh them on WSTO scale!

Great job as always guys! Btw, you guys have email

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thanks for the update, Carlos.

we got the email. Let's talk after SEMA.
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      10-27-2010, 01:59 PM   #187
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thanks for the update, Carlos.

We got the email. Let's talk after SEMA.
PM'ed.
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19 inch Advan RZ


19x8.0 +45


19x9.0 +50


19 inch VR G2 Type I Face


19x9.5 +22


19x10.5 +22


20 inch BBS LM-R Diamond Black


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18 inch SSR MS1 SBC finish


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      11-17-2010, 09:50 PM   #189
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Will my stock BMW center caps (285/17") fit on those wheels?
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Will my stock BMW center caps (285/17") fit on those wheels?
on only VMRs. For the rest of them, no..
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Bump to keep this thread easy to find...
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on only VMRs. For the rest of them, no..
I was told the forged TSW Nurburgring wheels will take the stock BMW center caps too, got weight on the TSW 18"?
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What do the 19 inch Alloy Technic B9 wheels run?
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http://www.e90post.com/forums/showpo...7&postcount=83

How about NEEZ QD7 8,5x19 ET35 and 9,5x19 ET25 or ET35?

And OZ ULTRALEGGERA in 18" and 19"?

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How about NEEZ QD7 8,5x19 ET35 and 9,5x19 ET25 or ET35?

And OZ ULTRALEGGERA in 18" and 19"?

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It would be helpful if someone would consolidate all this data into an excel file.
Nice to have a table with all info in one place.
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