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      02-01-2011, 10:39 PM   #1
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Linea Corse Lemans or Linea Corse LC818 for my 335i E93??

hello everyone, for the pass couple of days ive been debating on getting a set of hyper silver or hyper black linea corse lemans or a set of linea corse lc818's.


i have a Jetblack 335i E93 and i was wondering what will suit my car the best?
(I purchased a set of h and r sport springs which will be installed soon and i purchased a set of m3 side skirts which will be painted soon)


heres pics from zoeb@wheeldudes

first pic is hyper silver lemans



2nd pic if satin black lc818



Heres a pic of my E93.



so what do you think i should get?
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      02-01-2011, 10:50 PM   #2
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If your not trying to murder out your car I would go with silver wheels because I like wheels that contrast with the paint of the car. I like the design of the lc818 more though so if they come in hyper silver those would look great on your car.
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I liked the LC818's on my car, nice aggressive look...made the car look like it meant business

although, Lemans looked great as well, clean, classy look

If I had to choose, LC818's, but both went well
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Satin Black LC818 on Jet Black E93 will look sick!
That's the route.
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Can't go wrong with either IMHO.

Lemans for classic and classy.

818 for aggressive.
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I have the 818s on my car right now and they look pretty aggressive. And b/c of the design they look like 20s instead of 19s. You can't go wrong with either one though. My first set of wheels were the LC Lemans
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Im in the same position. Can't decide between the classic lemans or the simpler designs. Right now, I'm leaning towards the lemans tho.
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i was in the same boat. These were the two wheel choices that stuck out the most. I think either will do. I went with Leman style. I would just ask.....CLASSY or AGGRESSIVE???? I'm guessing maybe more toward the aggressive side considering the M3 skirts??
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lemans look good
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I'll be dropped on h and r sport springs and I want the wheels as flush as possible

Would 19x8.5+30 front and 19x10+22 rear fit my e93 with no rubbing issues if I run 235/35/19 front and 245/30/19 rear tires???
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Tough choice as they both look nice. I could live with either as long as they weren't black.
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I'll be dropped on h and r sport springs and I want the wheels as flush as possible

Would 19x8.5+30 front and 19x10+22 rear fit my e93 with no rubbing issues if I run 235/35/19 front and 245/30/19 rear tires???
I think with that offset and drop in the rear you would want to roll. Especially if you ride 4 people.
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I think my rear fenders are rolled by the previous owner so I guess I'll be good with +22 rear.
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Lemans little classy sutle, 818 are aggressive lookin..
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I'll be dropped on h and r sport springs and I want the wheels as flush as possible

Would 19x8.5+30 front and 19x10+22 rear fit my e93 with no rubbing issues if I run 235/35/19 front and 245/30/19 rear tires???
Front is no issue, rear would require a roll but yes, doable.
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black vinyl window trim + blk 818 = done
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818.

don't like lm reps
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Yea if I do the 818's I'll definetly have to black out my window trim but if I get the lemans I'd leave the trim chrome ..

I love both wheels and I don't know which ones to get still!!!!!
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Yea if I do the 818's I'll definetly have to black out my window trim but if I get the lemans I'd leave the trim chrome ..

I love both wheels and I don't know which ones to get still!!!!!
there are SO many lm reps.

i think the 818s are a rep of some japanese forged wheels, but their styling is by far less common.
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