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      06-22-2010, 01:25 AM   #375
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19x10 +23, 265/30 Hankook Ventus V12, -2.4 camber

Yes, it rubs. Trying to figure out a solution to make these fit... Absolutely love the stance/look. Thinking of running -2.6 camber if the shop (Matt@Camber-Toe) can keep the toe adjustments in spec. I need to make these fit!
did you roll fenders yet? i love the stance as well and i would think that if you roll your fenders all the way, it should work though with such a neg camber u got going...

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Curious whether this will work on a E92 likely to be dropped on coilovers (KW V2)

Front: 19x8 et 38, Falken 452 235/35z/19
Rear: 19x10 et 26, Falken 452 265/30z/19


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      06-30-2010, 10:47 AM   #376
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Been reading mixed reviews, but anyone running the following setup on stock sport suspension without rolling the fenders?

Hankook V12s
245/35/19 ET35
275/30/19 ET33

or is it better to have it:

235/35/19 ET35
275/30/19 ET33

or even safer at:

235/35/19 ET35
265/30/19 ET33

haha damn, i want my stance to be as aggressive as possible without rolling, (wont be lowering either)
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      06-30-2010, 12:29 PM   #377
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Been reading mixed reviews, but anyone running the following setup on stock sport suspension without rolling the fenders?

Hankook V12s
245/35/19 ET35
275/30/19 ET33

or is it better to have it:

235/35/19 ET35
275/30/19 ET33

or even safer at:

235/35/19 ET35
265/30/19 ET33

haha damn, i want my stance to be as aggressive as possible without rolling, (wont be lowering either)
u get mixed review mainly because even at same offset, depending on wheel design, actual offset might be slightly vary and it also depending on the design of side wall of tires you put on. 235/265 would be the safest bet although i did have 245 on the front and had no issue of rubbing... are you lowered at all? you might be able to run 275 with neg camber...
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Nope, not lowered at all, i basically plan on replacing my stock rims/wheels setup and putting on the setup stated above without the need for any fender modifications or suspension adjustments.

My Q was referenced towards people who run Hankook Evo v12s on sports suspension.
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      06-30-2010, 03:50 PM   #379
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Nope, not lowered at all, i basically plan on replacing my stock rims/wheels setup and putting on the setup stated above without the need for any fender modifications or suspension adjustments.

My Q was referenced towards people who run Hankook Evo v12s on sports suspension.
i am running hankook evo 12 but i'm heavily modded as far as suspension and etc etc but i don't think the front will be a problem regardless of tire size between 235/245. if you want trouble free set up without messing with anything, then just go with 235f/265r...
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yea, i may go with that setup afterall.. last day for hankook rebates today!
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yea, i may go with that setup afterall.. last day for hankook rebates today!
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sorry if this is asked and answered but the above tyre-rim-offset recos apply to E90s as well and even allow for bit more room since E90 has larger rear wheel wells? In terms of fronts it's identical?
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sorry if this is asked and answered but the above tyre-rim-offset recos apply to E90s as well and even allow for bit more room since E90 has larger rear wheel wells? In terms of fronts it's identical?
yes. e90 has little more play room in the rear and fronts are identical...
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i just bought the tires from http://www.discountedwheelwarehouse.com

235/35/19
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$714.42 including shipping, no tax.
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Total $664.42

pretty sweet deal if anyone else interested.

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I have 19 X 8.5 BBS RGR @ +32 ET square setup. I plan on running 245/35/19 all around with 10mm spacer out back on an E92. I hope this setup will be ok.
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There is NO sports package suspension. The e92 comes with one standard suspension. Hence there is no difference in ride height from a car with or without sports package.

The e92's sports package upgrade involves the seats, wheels...etc, not suspension.
I have the sports package which came with the sport suspension. If there was no such thing why would the BMW Performance Suspension Kit say this?

"At the heart of performance is handling. And how well a BMW handles is directly influenced by its suspension. The BMW Performance Suspension lets you savor every curve and every corner like never before! This sport suspension set-up is reflected visually by the BMW Performance Yellow springs.This new aggressive package lowers the vehicle by 25 mm compared to the standard suspension and by 10mm when compared to the sport suspension. Spring rates are increased 48% compared to standard suspension and 34% compared to the sports suspension."

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I have the sports package which came with the sport suspension. If there was no such thing why would the BMW Performance Suspension Kit say this?

"At the heart of performance is handling. And how well a BMW handles is directly influenced by its suspension. The BMW Performance Suspension lets you savor every curve and every corner like never before! This sport suspension set-up is reflected visually by the BMW Performance Yellow springs.This new aggressive package lowers the vehicle by 25 mm compared to the standard suspension and by 10mm when compared to the sport suspension. Spring rates are increased 48% compared to standard suspension and 34% compared to the sports suspension."

http://accessories.bmwusa.com/ItemVi...=1&subItemId=7
According to BMW's sales literature, the sport suspension is 15mm lower than the standard suspension. And the performance suspension is 10mm lower than the sport suspension.

Definitely sounds as though there is a difference among all of the suspensions.
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hm... i also thought there's no difference on e92 between zsp and regular... maybe that description is for e90 or in general...
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OK guys this should be the last post on the ZSP vs standard suspension on the E92.


ALL E92's come with "sports suspension", there is no upgrade option for the E92 unless you go BMW performance or aftermarket. Please dont argue this, it will only make you look dumb.

E90s come with standard and with ZSP come with sports suspension.
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OK guys this should be the last post on the ZSP vs standard suspension on the E92.


ALL E92's come with "sports suspension", there is no upgrade option for the E92 unless you go BMW performance or aftermarket. Please dont argue this, it will only make you look dumb.

E90s come standard with and with ZSP come with sports suspension.
exactly how i thought. ok carry on...
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ok tire fitment experts ...

19x9.5 +35 with 275/30 Michelins

stock sport suspension ... rub, no rub ?
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right on the border line but if you haven't done any fender work or camber, it will most likely rub on the dips and bumps. should be good with 265s though
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right on the border line but if you haven't done any fender work or camber, it will most likely rub on the dips and bumps. should be good with 265s though
+32 better or worse ? Guessing worse
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+32 better or worse ? Guessing worse
yea. i've seen people running 275s without fender roll or neg cambers before but those are usually running very high offset that are close to +40 or more.
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how about some bmw perf 313s ... 19x9 in the rear +39 ... how would a big fat 275 look and fit with that wheel ?
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how about some bmw perf 313s ... 19x9 in the rear +39 ... how would a big fat 275 look and fit with that wheel ?
i've seen one in person with 265 without any mods but 19x9 is bit narrow for 275 imho. with such a high offset, it may just do the magic without rolling the fender but might have to adjust neg camber. result may vary from tires to tires since it'll sit tad bit taller due to the width of the rear wheels. personally, i wouldn't recommend to run 275s on 19x9 though...
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