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      02-09-2013, 08:59 PM   #45
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I have plates upfront and arms for the rear. I have the Megan arms for the rear as well as I'm running those bumpstops as well. You should defiantly pick some FK bumpstops up and the adjustable rear arms are always a great idea. Why not go wider if you can upfront man. Just check your clearance and then figure out how wide you wanna go and determine offsets

Its still snowy here just got about 30cm today actually so nothing is being messed with yet on my car i wish i can mess with wheels height and fitment but that's not happening soon. My wheels are a done just need to get some good weather back my way. I know what tire size I will be going just waiting for the weather
If i want to go wider upfront I could maybe grab camber plates to tuck more, I'll see what i want to do later on...since that's more $$ haha.

Yeah i definitely need to grab those fk bump stops, i've been tapping my rear rims pretty often. I hear it is actually really easy to install?

I tried to check my rear strut to rim clearance today and there is no way i can get my hand back there lmao. Using a flash light it kinda looks like there is still a lot of room...almost seemed like 12s would be fine even at -3 camber. Do you even have that worry yourself?

If you have a garage you could just test fit here and there? When you're bored or something haha.

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      02-10-2013, 05:10 AM   #46
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are the wheels hyper silver? i'm interested in getting a set.
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very clean. badass photography work too.

the white car... is it rocking varrstoens? if so which what widths/offsets?
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are the wheels hyper silver? i'm interested in getting a set.
They are actually hyper black, only in certain shades will you see they are actually a darker color! I really like the color.

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very clean. badass photography work too.

the white car... is it rocking varrstoens? if so which what widths/offsets?
when you say the white car, do you mean the e92 or the wrx? lol. my e92 is on varrstoens, specs are in the first post!
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Car and pics look great.

I think some LCI tails would finish it off.
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hey just curious about your front light setup because i cant really tell in the pictures. did you have the eurospec coding done to it or did you get the white lights to replace the stock orange turning signal lights? Reason why i ask is because i want to get that clean white/black look in the front like you.

BTW thats sex on wheels. Great looking car.
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Car and pics look great.

I think some LCI tails would finish it off.
Haha it is gradually making its way up the list! Although I told myself to pause the modding =P
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hey just curious about your front light setup because i cant really tell in the pictures. did you have the eurospec coding done to it or did you get the white lights to replace the stock orange turning signal lights? Reason why i ask is because i want to get that clean white/black look in the front like you.

BTW thats sex on wheels. Great looking car.
Thanks for the compliments!

I actually just have the stock halogen lights! Have not invested into lighting yet lol. The way the pics are my friend purposely made it so you can't tell haha. photo hack.

Have you looked into lighting yet yourself?
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I wish I can rock some fitments like yours, how bad do you rub if any and what kinda fender works have you done if you don't mind me asking...???

Do you think running 19x10.5 et 25 with 255/30 tires would need fender rolling???
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If i want to go wider upfront I could maybe grab camber plates to tuck more, I'll see what i want to do later on...since that's more $$ haha.

Yeah i definitely need to grab those fk bump stops, i've been tapping my rear rims pretty often. I hear it is actually really easy to install?

I tried to check my rear strut to rim clearance today and there is no way i can get my hand back there lmao. Using a flash light it kinda looks like there is still a lot of room...almost seemed like 12s would be fine even at -3 camber. Do you even have that worry yourself?

If you have a garage you could just test fit here and there? When you're bored or something
The camber plates are a must IMO for nice set up in order to have the adjustablity needed to run aggressive set ups.

The FK bumpstops are awesome and will help with the tapping and they are very easy to install just slide them on

There should be quit a bit of room under there and with the proper camber should be able to stuff the 12s there, I'm not worried about it I know they will be on once the weather clears up

My garage is kinda filled up with all my back yard shit for the pool so can't really even work in there at the moment but soon enough it will be time and good enough weather for fitment test
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I wish I can rock some fitments like yours, how bad do you rub if any and what kinda fender works have you done if you don't mind me asking...???

Do you think running 19x10.5 et 25 with 255/30 tires would need fender rolling???
Right now i just rub a slight at turns in the front, those plastic fenders are sitting on my tires while turning lol. Rears are rolled, I don't rub much unless it's a weird incline/driveway/speedbump. But the rear rims do tap on my rear fenders sometimes on the freeway, over short ups and downs. Trying to pick up some FK bumpstops to resolve that problem.

i rolled my fenders when i had the VB3s 19x10 +25 with 265/30/19 just to be safe and rubbed like 1% of the time. Height (and of course the suspension) is a huge factor to this though, for the sake of example, at my height with those VB3s i rarely ever rubbed. So you might be fine, again depending on your height and suspension.
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damn , love your car ! looks super clean !
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Right now i just rub a slight at turns in the front, those plastic fenders are sitting on my tires while turning lol. Rears are rolled, I don't rub much unless it's a weird incline/driveway/speedbump. But the rear rims do tap on my rear fenders sometimes on the freeway, over short ups and downs. Trying to pick up some FK bumpstops to resolve that problem.

i rolled my fenders when i had the VB3s 19x10 +25 with 265/30/19 just to be safe and rubbed like 1% of the time. Height (and of course the suspension) is a huge factor to this though, for the sake of example, at my height with those VB3s i rarely ever rubbed. So you might be fine, again depending on your height and suspension.
Damn thanks for the info man, always feel much better getting information from people who do these stance works extensively....

I am lowered on H&R sports with Koni Yellows, and I was told 19x10.5 +25 will work fine with minor fender roll if on 265/35 tires (from another fellow E92 owner). My plan to leave my fenders alone and just go with 255/35 tires and see how that goes.
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Damn thanks for the info man, always feel much better getting information from people who do these stance works extensively....

I am lowered on H&R sports with Koni Yellows, and I was told 19x10.5 +25 will work fine with minor fender roll if on 265/35 tires (from another fellow E92 owner). My plan to leave my fenders alone and just go with 255/35 tires and see how that goes.
Hey I wouldn't suggest 35 series for anything past 245 size tires, you will have too much sidewall and it's gonna make the set up look high in the rear wheels.

Either go with 245/35/19 or 255/30/19 or 265/30/19.

And yeah minor fender work will ensure almost no rubbing.
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The camber plates are a must IMO for nice set up in order to have the adjustablity needed to run aggressive set ups.

The FK bumpstops are awesome and will help with the tapping and they are very easy to install just slide them on

There should be quit a bit of room under there and with the proper camber should be able to stuff the 12s there, I'm not worried about it I know they will be on once the weather clears up

My garage is kinda filled up with all my back yard shit for the pool so can't really even work in there at the moment but soon enough it will be time and good enough weather for fitment test
I just ordered those fk bumpstops! Planning to max out the rear drop if they do the justice of avoiding rim tapping. Not sure what I can do to the front as of now...really have no faith in those plastic front fenders lol.

Can't wait to see your new set up finished!
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