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      07-29-2020, 04:47 AM   #1
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19x11 another fitment thread help.

So Iím about to order some forgestar cf5v in super deep concave for my e92.
Iím trying to get an aggressive poke to help make our cars look more aggressively wider. My plans were to get 19x9.5 19x11. I see the most common aggressive fitment with the f14 is 19x9.5 +22 19x11 +25. My plans were to go 19x9.5 +20 235/35/19 and 19x11 +20 275/30/19 Iím use to running and modifying aggressive fitment on my car. I already have shaved fenders and could pull some more if needed also Iím lowered on coilovers. Wanted to get your guys opinion does this sound to crazy? Or does anyone have any pics with similar specs to give me a good idea? Thanks.
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You may need to play around with the camber in order to fit those tire sizes, luckily theses cars have a decent level of adjustability with stock components. I used to run a similar setup, 19x9.5 +20 front, 19x11 +25 rear. At first I ran a 225/35 in the front and had just the right amount of clearance, I bumped up to a 235/35 and it ended up rubbing a good amount. In the rears I ran a 265/30 and was pretty close to the fender, not sure if a 275/30 would've cleared, I'm also in an e90 which I believe have more rear clearance than the e92s.
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Bro that's not bad to fit at all and will be a nice clean look Honestly. No need to second guess the specs you thought of going with, yes they are slightly lower than the average "aggressive setup" but you will be more then fine with them by sounds if it. You know and have fender work done which far ahead over most on here and also the "average AGGRESSIVE #s" aren't aggressive at all ������

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You may need to play around with the camber in order to fit those tire sizes, luckily theses cars have a decent level of adjustability with stock components. I used to run a similar setup, 19x9.5 +20 front, 19x11 +25 rear. At first I ran a 225/35 in the front and had just the right amount of clearance, I bumped up to a 235/35 and it ended up rubbing a good amount. In the rears I ran a 265/30 and was pretty close to the fender, not sure if a 275/30 would've cleared, I'm also in an e90 which I believe have more rear clearance than the e92s.


E90 and e92 are totally different not just clearance in rear track length being the biggest difference for wheels and Fitment between the two
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      09-08-2020, 09:58 AM   #5
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Those offsets are for an M3, your poke will turn into an inch or more past the fenders. There is a wealth of information in the Tire and Wheel subforum.
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Got any pics of your fenders? I'd love to run an 11"
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