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      01-31-2015, 12:24 AM   #1
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AW 2010 E90 LCI 335i on Apex Arc-8 Hyper Silver

Ordered these from EAS and finally had a chance to get them installed today. I ended up going hyper silver because dark wheels seem to popping up a lot lately and I wanted a different look. I couldn't be happier with the result

18x8.5 ET38 with 235 40 PSS + 5mm spacer
18x9.5 ET35 with 265 35 PSS
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Ordered these from EAS and finally had a chance to get them installed today. I ended up going hyper silver because dark wheels seem to popping up a lot lately and I wanted a different look. I couldn't be happier with the result

18x8.5 ET38 with 235 40 PSS + 5mm spacer
18x9.5 ET35 with 265 35 PSS
Can you test fit the rear wheel on the front? Wonder how that 9.5 would fit.
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Nice ride. Looks mean and classy at the same time.
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The ARC-8's look great bro and I agree with you that silver suits your car a lot better than black. Only thing that I'd suggest is an M3 lip spoiler or a CSL trunk.

The pics look sick too, thanks for sharing and keep up the great work!
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Nice ride. Looks mean and classy at the same time.
Exactly!
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      01-31-2015, 01:33 PM   #7
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Nice drop. What kind of springs are you on?
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Nice ride. Looks mean and classy at the same time.
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The ARC-8's look great bro and I agree with you that silver suits your car a lot better than black. Only thing that I'd suggest is an M3 lip spoiler or a CSL trunk.

The pics look sick too, thanks for sharing and keep up the great work!
I've been debating a spoiler and/or csl trunk but about a year now but I'm not sure if I'll like the look. I like my car to look clean and aggressive yet not overly modded looking. I'll look into it more though

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Nice drop. What kind of springs are you on?
I appreciate the kind words guys!

I'm on Koni yellow and H&R sport springs
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Looking good! Love the stance.
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Super Clean. Love LCI MSport E90's! Looks absolutely fantastic bro.
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Rained on my way home last night so had to wash the wheels and of course the car
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Do you need spacer up front or only for looks?

I'm thinking of same setup but I don't want to run a spacer.
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Do you need spacer up front or only for looks?

I'm thinking of same setup but I don't want to run a spacer.
You don't need a spacer with 8.5"
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Woww. Your car looks stunningly clean. Sometimes the most basic essentials can completely transform the car and make it look soo clean! I've been contemplating hopping in on that group buy for these exact wheels.

What wheel stud combo are you running? I love the blue.
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Woww. Your car looks stunningly clean. Sometimes the most basic essentials can completely transform the car and make it look soo clean! I've been contemplating hopping in on that group buy for these exact wheels.

What wheel stud combo are you running? I love the blue.
Thanks man, I'm all about the clean look and these wheels for me was icing on the cake. I have the Macht Schnell 75mm studs and the 12x1.5 Blox lug nuts. I had this stud conversion on my stock 193M wheels but they do look much better on these Arc-8's. Thanks on the blue, I almost went with gold but I picked blue becasue obviously BMW.
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Very clean.
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Can you test fit the rear wheel on the front? Wonder how that 9.5 would fit.
I've tried... You'll need a spacer to clear the strut body and massive camber to clear the fenders. I have 2.5 neg camber up front, rolled fenders, and at the time Ohlins (fat strut body), with a spacer (can't rememer siz), 18x9.5 Arc-8 w/ 265/35 PSS and I rubbed the fenders.

I think with a different coilover setup, 3.5 degrees camber, 255 or smaller on the 9.5 and perhaps it'll clear.
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Can you test fit the rear wheel on the front? Wonder how that 9.5 would fit.
I've tried... You'll need a spacer to clear the strut body and massive camber to clear the fenders. I have 2.5 neg camber up front, rolled fenders, and at the time Ohlins (fat strut body), with a spacer (can't rememer siz), 18x9.5 Arc-8 w/ 265/35 PSS and I rubbed the fenders.

I think with a different coilover setup, 3.5 degrees camber, 255 or smaller on the 9.5 and perhaps it'll clear.
Would a 235 stretch and clear or was it the rim not clearing? I figured 265 would be too much tire up front.
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Can you test fit the rear wheel on the front? Wonder how that 9.5 would fit.
I've tried... You'll need a spacer to clear the strut body and massive camber to clear the fenders. I have 2.5 neg camber up front, rolled fenders, and at the time Ohlins (fat strut body), with a spacer (can't rememer siz), 18x9.5 Arc-8 w/ 265/35 PSS and I rubbed the fenders.

I think with a different coilover setup, 3.5 degrees camber, 255 or smaller on the 9.5 and perhaps it'll clear.
Would a 235 stretch and clear or was it the rim not clearing? I figured 265 would be too much tire up front.
A 235 would be to stretched, you'd need atleast a 245 on a 9.5" wheel
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how much did this run you if you dont mind me asking
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