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      01-17-2013, 08:01 PM   #1
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Very Agressive setup: need help-XI e92

Want to run agressive setup on 335xi coupe help please


19x11 rears 19x9.5 fronts
rears Et 25 fronts Et 30

Tires 245-35-19 fronts
275-30-19 rears

Let me know what would need to be done based on experience. These are iforged wheels. Keep in mind its xi.
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      01-18-2013, 10:54 PM   #3
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I think tires need to be 235/35 front and 275/30 rear


correct me if I'm wrong
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      01-19-2013, 11:44 PM   #4
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      01-20-2013, 12:20 AM   #5
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With all wheel drive they need to be same diameter tires. Or extremely close.
True. From other posts, the threshold seems to be 1%.
OP, your chosen setup is ever-so-slightly over 1%.
At or above 1%, an XI is apparently (form other posts - I haven't done it myself...this is 3rd party info but seems reliable) gonna freak all over you with clunking and all manner of nonsense every time you press the gas as it tries to compensate for what it will perceive as tire slippage.

Doesn't help your ginormous tire size dilemma - but before you figure out if they'll even fit in the well, you're going to need to get sizing which matches below 1%, or sell your car for a RWD.
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      01-20-2013, 01:23 AM   #6
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275 is too large in the rear I believe to fit with an 11" et 25 in the rear. With a roll, pull, and 265 in the rear it could be done probably
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i have 19x9.5 front et 25, 19x11 rear et 22.. 235/35 fronts.. and 265/30 rear
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What is the farthest you guys are seein being able to pull our fenders? I have an extra agressive setup I know wont fit but I am not above doing 25mm + pull to achieve.
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i have 19x9.5 front et 25, 19x11 rear et 22.. 235/35 fronts.. and 265/30 rear
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