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      02-04-2011, 01:29 PM   #67
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With a fender roll you'll be perfectly fine.

Here are a few other shots to show how different our Hyper Black can look depending on lighting.

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thank you! those look great and def help me with decision.
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thank you! those look great and def help me with decision.
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      02-04-2011, 04:26 PM   #70
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Just bought this setup:

VMR VBS HyperBlack
19X8.5 ET40 on V12's 235/35/19
19X10 ET38 on V12's 275/30/19

Going on 2008 Black E92

Will these sit flush or should I get some spacers?
Can I drop 1.5-2 inches without rubbing?
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      02-04-2011, 04:35 PM   #71
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You guys Photoshopped VMR caps onto my car.
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      02-04-2011, 05:32 PM   #72
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Just bought this setup:

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Going on 2008 Black E92

Will these sit flush or should I get some spacers?
Can I drop 1.5-2 inches without rubbing?
This will be sitting flush on all 4 corners. You can throw about a 5mm spacer up front if you would like.

Since you'll be running a 275 on a E92, some fender rolling may be required since you'll be lowering the vehicle.

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      02-04-2011, 08:42 PM   #74
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Here's my 07 E90 335

orig set up
front 8.5" 40 et 235/35/19 12mm spacer falken 452
rear 9.5" 33 et 265/30/19 5mm spacer falken 452

new set up
front 9.5" 33et 265/30/19
rear 10.5 38et 275/30/19 10 mm spacer

H&R sports

no rubbing in the front, but only in the rear so I rolled it just a little and it cleared.

Thanks to Charles VMR for his great customer service and 1clean335 for his advise on getting the 19x10.
Will this setup fit my '11 E90 with sport suspension (with a 5 mm spacer on the rears instead of a 10mm)
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Bro...what colour are your rims? Hyper Black or Gunmetal?

Looks hot!

EDIT: Never mind. I just read they are Hyper Black. Doh!

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This will be sitting flush on all 4 corners. You can throw about a 5mm spacer up front if you would like.

Since you'll be running a 275 on a E92, some fender rolling may be required since you'll be lowering the vehicle.

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275's on the back sit very close to the fender. No rubbing right now but I doubt I can lower at all from the look of it. I have about enough space to put my finger between tire and fender. Now the front is a different story.....
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Will this setup fit my '11 E90 with sport suspension (with a 5 mm spacer on the rears instead of a 10mm)
19x10 +38 with a 10mm spacer is extremely aggressive on a E90 LCI. Due to the widened track, a more conservative offset must be used.

10 +38 is already on the aggressive side and a 255 or a fender roll with a 265 is required. You'll be quite flush without the need of any spacers.

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275's on the back sit very close to the fender. No rubbing right now but I doubt I can lower at all from the look of it. I have about enough space to put my finger between tire and fender. Now the front is a different story.....
Yup, sounds about right. A gentle fender roll will allow you to lower the car.

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Woah 265's in the front thumbs up!

do u think i can run 255's in the front with et38 8.5" in an E90 without rubbing issues? thanks in Advance

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Here's my 07 E90 335

orig set up
front 8.5" 40 et 235/35/19 12mm spacer falken 452
rear 9.5" 33 et 265/30/19 5mm spacer falken 452

new set up
front 9.5" 33et 265/30/19
rear 10.5 38et 275/30/19 10 mm spacer

H&R sports

no rubbing in the front, but only in the rear so I rolled it just a little and it cleared.

Thanks to Charles VMR for his great customer service and 1clean335 for his advise on getting the 19x10.
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      02-13-2011, 05:50 PM   #79
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How are cleaning these wheels. Look like they might take a few minutes.
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      02-14-2011, 12:39 PM   #81
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I could have sworn I saw your car yesterday at Starbucks at the Tustin Market place!

Car looked insane, unless it's not you then the pictures look insane!

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do u think i can run 255's in the front with et38 8.5" in an E90 without rubbing issues? thanks in Advance

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255's up front are extremely aggressive and will not work unfortunately.

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It its all too bad... I would recommend using Wheel Wax occasionally and it will help a lot.

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Car looked insane, unless it's not you then the pictures look insane!

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Here's my 07 E90 335

orig set up
front 8.5" 40 et 235/35/19 12mm spacer falken 452
rear 9.5" 33 et 265/30/19 5mm spacer falken 452

new set up
front 9.5" 33et 265/30/19
rear 10.5 38et 275/30/19 10 mm spacer

H&R sports

no rubbing in the front, but only in the rear so I rolled it just a little and it cleared.

Thanks to Charles VMR for his great customer service and 1clean335 for his advise on getting the 19x10.
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front 9.5" 33et 265/30/19"

Was this on stock suspension? Also How much clearence did you have from the strut and fenders?

I have a set of 4 19x9.5 et32 and Id like to run the same tire all around.
Im mainly concerned with the clearence on the front.
Any advice would be great.
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I have an e90 m sport with m sport suspension and im going to buy the v710's .what the largets wheel i can go to without rolling any fenders or any modifications? i may want to just have jus a little stretch in the tyres also so what would you guys recommend?

from what im reading can my e90 handle 19. 9.5 on front but it wont handle 19, 10 on rear with a roll? (meaning 9.5 all round) the car is only lowered with m sport suspension from factory if at all..

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What about if the car is not lowered? I want to go 19x9s all around on my E90 with no mods. Should I be ok?
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I have an e90 m sport with m sport suspension and im going to buy the v710's .what the largets wheel i can go to without rolling any fenders or any modifications? i may want to just have jus a little stretch in the tyres also so what would you guys recommend?

from what im reading can my e90 handle 19. 9.5 on front but it wont handle 19, 10 on rear with a roll? (meaning 9.5 all round) the car is only lowered with m sport suspension from factory if at all..
Is your E90 Pre-lci or Lci?

This will work with pre-lci. 19x9.5 et33 with 235/35/19 to front and 19x10 et25 with 265/30/19 to rear. Front will fit without any problems. About 3-4mm clearance to shocks. Rear have slight possibility that it would sometimes rub, especially if lowered.

This pre-lci E90 had m-sport suspension and 19x10 et24 with 265/30/19 tyre at rear without fender roll and no rubbing.

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=593421

19x10 et28 with 265/30/19 no rubbing.
http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=816527

If your car is LCI, then 19x10 et38 with 265/30/19 will fit nicely. (The et38 at Lci is the same as et30 at pre-lci.)

Front 19x9.5 et33 will look like this
http://www.e90post.com/forums/showpo...89&postcount=3

I really recommend to get the 19x10 et 25 to pre-lci E90 and if it slightly rubs then get the fenders rolled. It's not that big deal.
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So the front for a pre lci or lci is the same size (19x9.5 et33) also a supplier here in AUS told me i can get et 40 and it would fit fine?, would this create more concavity for the V710's? but the offset of the rear changes from et25 to et38 between pre lci and lci e90's?

i would like to get a set of rims that are interchangable between both =P i was buying these vmrs for the pre lci but we do have an lci at home incase i wanted to swap it out ? what do you recommend for this dual purpose =P hehe
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So the front for a pre lci or lci is the same size (19x9.5 et33) also a supplier here in AUS told me i can get et 40 and it would fit fine?, would this create more concavity for the V710's? but the offset of the rear changes from et25 to et38 between pre lci and lci e90's?

i would like to get a set of rims that are interchangable between both =P i was buying these vmrs for the pre lci but we do have an lci at home incase i wanted to swap it out ? what do you recommend for this dual purpose =P hehe
Your supplier doesn't know what he is talking. VMR doesn't even have et40 as possibility and 9.5 et40 wouldn't fit to front, because it will hit the shocks inside. Et35 is the minimum and it leaves about 2mm gap to stock shocks.

The concavity doesn't change with offset, so et22 and et33 etc have same concavity, it changes only if you get more wider wheel.

The front is the same between pre-lci and lci, so 19x9.5 et33 with 235/35/19 will fit to both cars.

As for the rear i would go with 19x10 et38 and use 10mm spacer at rear with pre-lci. This would mean that your cars would have identical look at rear and most likely wont need fender roll. Lci has 8mm/side wider rear track.

LCI with 19x10 et38= would extend to the same point as Pre-lci with 19x10 et30.
So if you add spacer to your PRE-LCI with 19x10 et38+10mm spacer= et28. It would only be 2mm difference.
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Hi mate thanks for you help.

Sorry to sound dumb but i dont really understand the rear wheel. if i buy 19x10 et38 and add a 10mm spacer for the pre lci wont that make it 48et. i thought it would add not minus? =\ from what i have read et is the amount of offset is "The distance between the rim's center line and its mounting surface."so if i add 10mm spacer i am increasing the distance of the wheel from the mounting surface, so it wouldnt be 28mm?

im new to all this and maybe my understanding is just flawed..=\

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