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      06-10-2009, 08:34 PM   #1
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E90 LCI with VMR CSL 19x10 +38 Pics!!!

Finally got them mounted.... As figured, they fit! They fit great too. No more rubbing. I can finally put my coilovers on in the next few days now

Ill take better pics this weekend after it's washed and slammed

Previously, I had the 19x9.5 +22's and they rubbed quite often with the same tire, and stock ride height.


Sorry about all the funky angles.... I took these pics in less than a min. Had to jump in the car and go meet up with someone....







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Look good but could you post some more from difference distances/angles?
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      06-10-2009, 09:16 PM   #3
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Nice!
What rubber you put in the back, more pics!
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Look like Generals...probably 275s
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Looks great. Need more pics.
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looks great !!!
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MORE PICS please..your car looks so nice...so does your old one!
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Great to hear they fit perfect Chino! Im in for more shots this weekend.

How do you like the concavity?

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Great to hear they fit perfect Chino! Im in for more shots this weekend.

How do you like the concavity?

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I love it man! pics do not do justice for them! It looks much more concave in person. Wish my fronts were just as new and more concave now


*More pics added btw
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I knew it!!! They said it couldn't be done but it just didn't make sense. The LCI has a rear track difference of 8mm. There is a member running a 19X9.5 V710 +26 offset (shaved 4mm of of a +22) and said without modification and stock height it would fit fine. So if you do the math, this wheel would definately fit fine.

Anyways, Congrats...They look great! Do you think a 275/30 rear would rub or look better, or are you happy with the 265's? I read stock suspension but is that stock as in ZSP? What coilovers do you plan on going with?

I will be waiting for more pics of the whole car! Thanks again...

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I knew it!!! They said it couldn't be done but it just didn't make sense. The LCI has a rear track difference of 8mm. There is a member running a 19X9.5 V710 +26 offset (shaved 4mm of of a +22) and said without modification and stock height it would fit fine. So if you do the math, this wheel would definately fit fine.

Anyways, Congrats...They look great! Do you think a 275/30 rear would rub or look better, or are you happy with the 265's? I read stock suspension but is that stock as in ZSP? What coilovers do you plan on going with?

I will be waiting for more pics of the whole car! Thanks again...
I personally like the minor stretch look frmo the 265's. It kind of give me more room to go lower if anything also. If you've seen pics of my last 335i, you would know I like it LOW. Its stock sport suspension since I have an M-sport I have the FK Silverline X coilovers at home. They have been there for over a week begging to be put on.
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The car looks awesome!! Glad to know they fit. So no rubbing issues whatsoever? Dips, accelerations, turns and all?
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looks great, but I would have certainly gone w 275's
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The car looks awesome!! Glad to know they fit. So no rubbing issues whatsoever? Dips, accelerations, turns and all?
Nothing yet... I went over some bumps/inclines where I was rubbing before and its rub free so far. We'll see if it stays that way after I lower it.

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Nothing yet... I went over some bumps/inclines where I was rubbing before and its rub free so far. We'll see if it stays that way after I lower it.

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Will be taking pics for Chino this weekend

be ready. hahaha. ill be sure to take quite a few of the wheels at different angles
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I hate teases Car looks great!
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