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      11-16-2009, 12:30 PM   #133
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      11-16-2009, 02:38 PM   #134
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dont worry Zoolander, we'll show this scene what low, poke, and stretch it
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dont worry Zoolander, we'll show this scene what low, poke, and stretch it
Gahhh, it's so frustrating trying to get through to these people
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      11-17-2009, 08:50 PM   #138
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that e92 is in need of some smaller tires.

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      11-17-2009, 08:53 PM   #139
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Hes just one of those guys that proud to say hes running like 295s on the FRONTS so his rears must be like 335s...like omgut! wide tires are overrated!!@!@#@
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my wheels are 19x8 and 19x10 i think im going with a 215/35 and 235/30 set up
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my wheels are 19x8 and 19x10 i think im going with a 215/35 and 235/30 set up
That's what I would do. I'm holding out on wheels until I find something I really like, and get more used to E90 LCI specs with offsets.
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      12-09-2009, 04:09 PM   #142
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THIS CAR. First time I've seen it, but this thing made my jaw drop. The rack, the flushness, the fact that it's an M. Sickest car on here. I'm in love.
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      12-09-2009, 04:23 PM   #143
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THIS CAR. First time I've seen it, but this thing made my jaw drop. The rack, the flushness, the fact that it's an M. Sickest car on here. I'm in love.
IIRC, it's not a M3. Just a front end conversion. Still looks great.
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      12-09-2009, 04:44 PM   #144
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My setup: 19x10 et33 rear. Im running a 275/30 so its definitely not a stretch. Im not gonna bother posting a pic of the front because its nowhere near flush, but since the e92 rocks plastic fenders up front, i don’t know how you could run a flush setup without tearing/damaging your fender on turns.
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My setup: 19x10 et33 rear. Im running a 275/30 so its definitely not a stretch. Im not gonna bother posting a pic of the front because its nowhere near flush, but since the e92 rocks plastic fenders up front, i don’t know how you could run a flush setup without tearing/damaging your fender on turns.
The front fender lip can be trimmed, and with stretch, you could go very low.
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      12-09-2009, 09:07 PM   #147
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omfg sex.. i think this answered my prayers for pulled fenders..
Here's another angle for some perspective

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      12-09-2009, 09:13 PM   #148
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Still waiting for a hella flush e92... needs more camber and stretched tire than anyone has so far.
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Aggressive camber isn't necessary. It's moreso the offset/width spec and dialing in the coilovers.
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      12-09-2009, 09:19 PM   #150
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Aggressive camber isn't necessary. It's moreso the offset/width spec and dialing in the coilovers.
Yeah it is... with 'hellaflush' wheels, you need to get it to poke by 1/2" without camber, and dial in the necessary camber to make the tire barely tuck underneath the perfectly flat/rolled/cut fenders as the shock compresses. Camber and tire stretching are both necessary to compensate for the insane widths and offsets that are required to rock this look. If you really want to be cool, you can make the sidewall of the tire rub on the fender and shave off all your tire sizing info. This look is not possible without at least -2 or -3 degrees of camber. Most people running truly aggressive wheels are well past -4 degrees. None of these e9x cars have very much camber, and that's why none are 'hella flush'. They are all 'sorta flush' or 'nearly flush.' On most of them, just downsize the tires by 2 sizes, add lots of camber, lower the car by 2 inches, and try some 10-15mm spacers, then we're talking.

'hella flush' also implies that you can clearly see the lips of the front/rear wheels from a head-on view of the front/rear of the car.

The M3 you posted isn't close to flush, it's just wide. Nothing wrong with that, but there's no point posting it if it doesn't apply to this thread.

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I have 19x9.5 rear, ET-19. Bridgestone Potenza RE050A Pole positions. No rubbing. Everything that could be modified, was modified.

Car is dropped.

Fitment in rear looks like RA2Fanatics car, if not a MM or two more.

Front's are 19x8.5, 28 offset. Going to add 5MM spacer.
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so where is the pictures???
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I actually saw the car at last weeks' euro meet at cErritos. it is hella flush! good stance overall! show em the pics bro!
MrBangis, were the fenders cut/grind'd off?
and where are the pics?
pics.
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cell phone pics atleast...

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the last car posted kills this thread. nicest e92 ive seen so far. definantly hellaflush approved
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