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      03-18-2011, 06:48 AM   #1
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Exclamation Need Help With FLUSH or POKE Fitment!!

OK i need help achieving a aggressive fitment on a E92 coupe.
Im lookin for a POKE look not too crazy dnt really want to do a fender roll and ill be lowered on KWv2... Ok here are the options im thinkin about:

1. miro 111
19x9.5 +33 225/35
19x9.5 +20 235/35 or 245/35?

2. miro 111
19x8.5 +15 225/35 or 235/35?
19x9.5 +20 235/35 or 245/35?

3. Linea corse LC818
19x8.5 +30 (8mm spacer = +22) 225/35 or 235/35?
19x10 +22 235/35 or 245/35?

4. Linea corse LC818
19x10 +37 225/35 or 235/35?
19x10 +22 235/35 245/35?

... ok so which one pokes out more miro 111 19x9.5 +33 or 19x8.5 +15????
... And is there a difference between the miro and LC's ??
... The miro 111 has two different colors machine sliver and hyper silver, big difference?

PLEASE HELP need ADVICE

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      03-18-2011, 07:06 AM   #2
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The 19x8.5 ET15 will poke 5 to 6mm more than the 19x9.5 ET33.

But I think rolled fenders and poke goes hand in hand.
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Aggressive Fitment/Poke = Fender Rolling/Fender Work. There is no way around it.

The Miro 111 is available in only 2 finishes, but only Hyper Silver/Machine Face & Full Matte Black. The Full Hyper Silver is no longer available. Let me know if I can be of any further help on the Miro's.
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ok ill get my fenders rolled, so which set up will give me aggressive with alil poke?
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Don't half ass it. Roll your fenders. You'll be thankful in the end.
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If you want to get a good aggressive fitment, you need to roll your rear fenders, and camber it as well. And stretching the tires is a must to achieve the "poke." There are probably 3 people on here with e92 that I've seen who have some nice aggressive fitment. front you can do a 19x9.5 with 225 35 19 tires, et 24 to 14 (more aggressive, gotta camber, camber plates will help for front. Rears, you can do 19x 10-11 with 245 35 19 to 255 35 19, et 20 to 13(more aggressive, got to camber.

I'm currently running 19x9 225 35 19 tire et24 with maxed out stock camber (but nothing too crazy for front). Looking to do et 14, but waiting on camber kit. Rears are 19x10.5 et13 245 35 19. maxed rear camber. My rear fenders are rolled and a bit pulled.

I believe there are 2 e92s on here running 19x10 front and 19x11 rears. (do a search for them)

Wheels you have chosen are not anything too aggressive, unless you use spacers. I'd say save up for some proper fitment wheels to what you are trying to achieve. Search around to see what others are doing and how aggressive you want to go. Wheels make a big difference on how your car will set apart from others!

Hope this helps, good luck!
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Texas got some crazy fitment cars btw...!

http://www.stancenation.com/
Check it out to get your inspiration!!


http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=503324
here's a guy who got poke on his e92!
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thanks man. so another ? 19x10 +37 235/35 will it fit up front with fender rolled? which one will be more flush that or 19x8.5 +15 225/35?
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thanks man. so another ? 19x10 +37 235/35 will it fit up front with fender rolled? which one will be more flush that or 19x8.5 +15 225/35?

19x10 et37 will not fit. it will hit the inner strut depending how low you go. be safe with 19x9.5 et20 to 24 with 225 35 19. (maxed camber stock)

you can go 19x10 front et25 225/235 35 19, but then I'd suggest you get camber plates. /

If you go 3 piece wheels, and can almost go any size ET to fit your preference. Cambering is key in flushing/poking your car. Rears you can get by with max stock camber, however fronts you got to do it right, or you will break your fenders due to turning(also how much you lower it).

Good luck, and can't wait to see what you do!
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fyi, front fenders are plastic. so you can't roll it. but there is not too much lip on it anyways.
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19x10 et37 will not fit. it will hit the inner strut depending how low you go. be safe with 19x9.5 et20 to 24 with 225 35 19. (maxed camber stock)

you can go 19x10 front et25 225/235 35 19, but then I'd suggest you get camber plates. /
ok i guess i dnt really understand this whole offset thing, but how will 19x10 +25 fit but 19x10 +37 wont, i thought the higher the number the less it sticks out?
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ok i guess i dnt really understand this whole offset thing, but how will 19x10 +25 fit but 19x10 +37 wont, i thought the higher the number the less it sticks out?
Your right, it would stick out less, but because you are trying to run 19x10 in the front, you have to becareful you do not hit the inside strut/shocks. I've tried to fit one of my rear wheels which is 19x10 et 37(LC Wheel), and it does not work. You would have to go lower to avoid hitting it. To add on top of that, to run 19x10 properly, you would have to run a camber plate, and 225 tire. It is do-able, just have to do it right!

I am currently running 19x9 et19 225 35 19(one side). But I am going to get camber plates for the front because if I hit a dip on turns, it surely will hit my fender. I would probably be more safe if I ran a 215 35 19 tire if I dont get camber plates. I have had no problems running 19x9 et24 w/225 35 19 tires, but not as poke, just more flush.
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check out the websites I linked, notice how their wheels are cambered due to aggressive fitments. It is the only way to make "wrong size" wheels fit so it will clear the fender, and also when front wheels are turning. Rears are the most you can make aggressive with right camber, fender work, and tires. Fronts you have to be more careful due to steering.
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Check out my current fitment: front: 19x9 et24 225 35 19 toyo t1r, rear: 19x10.5 et13 245 35 19. Maxed out stock camber.

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=359806

My car is tad bit lower now, and still working on the front to be more flush.
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      03-22-2011, 11:02 AM   #15
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hey man thanks for the help. sick ride!
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No problem... hope to see your set-up soon!
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Here's another reference for you. My setup is similar to the Miro 111s you listed.

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=454904
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