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      03-17-2013, 01:10 AM   #1
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Forgestar F14 Super Deep Concave - Photos!

So after 4 months, the SDC Forgestar's finally turned up..

They bolt up to an E90 Pre-LCI without any guard work & no scrubbing.

Lowered on BC BR coilovers (needs to settle).

Front: 19x8.5" ET35 (235/35)
Rear: 19x10" ET28 (265/30)

I don't know how I feel about the front being so flat and the rear so concave.. I think I'd rather a little more concave on the front however at the time, they only did a deep concave in a 9.5" front, which is too big for my liking..
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looks great.
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      03-17-2013, 02:02 AM   #3
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what tires are you running with that?
gorgeous by the way. I am about to order these. Mind snapping a few more from all different angles?
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      03-17-2013, 03:48 AM   #4
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looks great in the rear! I need to see some betters pics of the 9.5 fronts to check concave
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      03-17-2013, 11:42 PM   #5
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Yep, Need more pics of the front to check the concave but look great. I'd say your living the dream bro. Congrates!
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Looks great, maybe a tad lower in the front, but nevertheless looking good. How much did the F14s set you back?
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You need to lower it more and looks like you need to spacers also
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they should be ashamed selling you flat fronts.

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rears are insane. front make it look weird IMO but still looks great!
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Wow the rear concave looks great!
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You didn't have to do a fender roll for the rears? I'm think of going with an 18x10 for my rears.
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Thanks all for the comments (good and bad! )

The front does make it look a bit odd being so flat, but it's done now! The finish is also a little flat for my liking too.. Needs to be more glossy for a silver wheel..

The front also looks higher in the photos (sits about 15mm above the tyre) so have it booked in for a height adjust and wheel alignment later in the week.. I'll take a few more happy snaps once done..

And nope - haven't touched the guards at all..
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My wheels are flat front and super concave rear, think it looks amazing, I have 9.5 M3 offset rears on a pre lci e90, I had to roll my fenders at LTBMW but its completely flush.
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