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      02-19-2013, 05:55 PM   #1
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Drop on e90?

I ordered H&R coilovers, how low can I go with 19x8.5 with 235/35 front and 19x10 with 275/30 rear?
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Depends completely on the offset of the wheels.
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But back to the OP. What are you offsets and are your fenders rolled? This will help determine how low you can go. Also, adjusting camber will allow you to go lower as well.
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To honest with you I do not know, due to the fact that I bought the Modulare Forged from someone. And no my fenders are not rolled. And where can I get the adjusting cambers? But I do plan to stretch my tires to go a tad bit lower, and with a aggressive look.
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you'll be able to go pretty low but not completely slammed.
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Gotta get those BC's to be max low
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