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      07-24-2010, 11:22 AM   #1
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BBS LM rep's, spacer and lower spring. [Updated] Pics inside.

Hi there,

I just come from a local dealer with a set of BBS LM rep's wheel in 19 ". Very nice rims!

Now I would give a little more aggressive and flush effect. I have the original BMW sport supspension, I'm looking low the front because it is too high, the rear does not need to be much lower them but a little more is always a plus if is not rubbing.

Second I'm looking to for spacer, particularly for the rear, I want the rims are more flush.

Then, anyonne can advice me on what springs I should run and what thickness of spacers I can go with no rubbing

configuration of my rims:

Front: 8.5"x19" et 35, Falken FK452 225/35/19
Rear: 9.5"x19" et 35, Falken FK452 265/30/19


Thanks in advance guys !!




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Just updated the thread with pics
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Rear needs a spacer. And I would have gone with linea corse for the LM reps.
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Go with h&r sport springs should sit it perfect , and maybe a 15mm spacer in the back would be good.
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I would go with the street H&R lowering springs for the drop. For the spacers just get some 10mm in the back, I think with the drop 15mm may rub.
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Hi guy's !

For the wheels, Linea corse exist only in united states, here is too expensive too importe these rims, then we do with what we have here...

I want to go with H&R springs, but don't know what kit I should take, there is too much possibilities, in add I should make the good choice between the springs and the spacers to have a good result with no rubbing...

So if anyone have the same configuration please advice, thannksss !
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