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      08-24-2008, 10:32 PM   #1
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Custom BLACK Linea Corse (WHEELDUDE) on ALL BLACK E92: Lots of PICS

Well, I finally finished creating the most aggressive car I have ever owned... I managed to basically black out the entire car. The last step was to obtain this set of Linea Corse wheels, with a great custom paint job by WheelDude.com. Zoeb did an AWESOME job of helping me out with the order and making sure that EVERYTHING came out perfect, exactly the way I wanted it.

The wheels are Linea Corse Z2S, 19"x9.5" et35 rear with 5 mm HR spacers, 275 Falkens in the rear, 19"x8.5" front with 225 Falkens. The car is lowered with PSS9's coilovers; HG style lip, blacked out aluminum trim, (light) tints all around including front, black grills, and dark side markers. Vishnu exhaust.

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The wheels are Linea Corse Z2S, 19"x9.5" et35 rear with 5 mm HR spacers, 275 Falkens in the rear
Nice look. How much fender rolling did you have to do with that tire/offset combo? Any rubbing?

Also, what caps did you use?
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Nice look. How much fender rolling did you have to do with that tire/offset combo? Any rubbing?

Also, what caps did you use?
I just used the lip roller that attaches to the wheel hub... not too much rolling but I WAS rubbing with the 275's initially (I think it was because I was lowered so much). Now I get NO rubbing but there is only about a 3 mm gap bw the tire and the fender. You have to be careful bc the alignment can bring the wheel closer to the fender in some places if its not done right...

The caps are the BMW caps off the M6 reps wheels with the black vinyls from **********s.
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I just used the lip roller that attaches to the wheel hub... not too much rolling but I WAS rubbing with the 275's initially (I think it was because I was lowered so much). Now I get NO rubbing but there is only about a 3 mm gap bw the tire and the fender. You have to be careful bc the alignment can bring the wheel closer to the fender in some places if its not done right...

The caps are the BMW caps off the M6 reps wheels with the black vinyls from **********s.
Very nice!

I'm thinking about running a 2-3mm spacer with the same combo with Dinan suspension. Hoping the fender-rolling will be minimal and easy to do.
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      08-24-2008, 11:41 PM   #5
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Very nice.... looks good mang!!!
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All you need to now is black out the bottom mesh. You can DIY yourself and paint it.
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Very nice!

I'm thinking about running a 2-3mm spacer with the same combo with Dinan suspension. Hoping the fender-rolling will be minimal and easy to do.
PM me if you have questions... it was about $50-75 to rent the tool and it took me about an hour. try it first without the fender rolling...you might not need to do it.
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      08-25-2008, 07:26 AM   #8
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That look pretty badass.
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I love the finished product, it turned out great!

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What is the offset of your front wheels?
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What is the offset of your front wheels?
+30mm offset in the front

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Do you have to roll the front fender ?? Or just the rear
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Do you have to roll the front fender ?? Or just the rear
Front will not need rolling

For the rear, without spacers, fender rolling is not needed.

If you run spacers and 275s you'll need rolled fenders

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So how big of a tire can you use with this wheel in the front of E90 without having to roll fender Will 245/35/19 work if not lowered.
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So how big of a tire can you use with this wheel in the front of E90 without having to roll fender Will 245/35/19 work if not lowered.
That will work fine if the car isn't lowered

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looks good, cant go wrong blacked out.
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GOOOOORGEOUS man nice car although i prefer matte rims yours looks sick
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damn thats one aggresive looking e92! I bet this thing looks sooo stealth at night, IMHO you did the best job at "blacking out" the car on the forum yet~
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black out the side markers, rear turn signals, black 335i badge, paint the front grills black and you alost have my car lol...i have black bbs ch's but those are pretty mean too....love to see another blacked out E92...good work
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Well, I finally finished creating the most aggressive car I have ever owned... I managed to basically black out the entire car. The last step was to obtain this set of Linea Corse wheels, with a great custom paint job by WheelDude.com. Zoeb did an AWESOME job of helping me out with the order and making sure that EVERYTHING came out perfect, exactly the way I wanted it.

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What do you guys think?
You put tire dressing on your tires? Shame on you.
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So how big of a tire can you use with this wheel in the front of E90 without having to roll fender Will 245/35/19 work if not lowered.
I would actually go with 235's just to be on the safe side. I bought the M6 reps with 245's in the front and it actually rubbed the plastic/rubber lining of the wheel well when I would turn the steering wheel all the way to the left or to the right, not at the top where I used to rub with the rear wheels...The rubbing occurred IN FRONT of the tire which makes me think that it did not have anything to do with the car being slightly lowered in the front... So I went with the 225s
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