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      05-31-2020, 04:58 PM   #1
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E92 313 Tyre size

Anyone with 313's on here fitted normal tyres? if so which size would you recommend?
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By normal tyres, do you mean not run flats?

In any case, everyone removes run flats and replaces with normal tyres. Its very common

For the 313M 19 Inch M Sport wheels

The stock sizes are

Front 225-35-19
Rear 255-30-19

You can go up a size for fatter tyres without causing any issues.

Front 235-35-19
Rear 265-30-19


Ive personally had the 235/265 setup with Michelin Pilot Super Sports and it works fine.

I went back to the stock size of 225/255 when I replaced my tyres with Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tyres a few months ag.

Adding spacers or lowering could make things scrub and you will need to do more research.
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I am currently running 245/35/19 frt 275/30/19 rear no rubbing on stock set-up
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Does anyone have tips for living in areas with rough roads? I'm making the switch away from runflats soon but I'm wondering if I should just switch to 18's for the sake of my suspension.
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Does anyone have tips for living in areas with rough roads? I'm making the switch away from runflats soon but I'm wondering if I should just switch to 18's for the sake of my suspension.
If it's in the budget, switch to 18's for the sake of your suspension, your back, and your sanity. 19's like to bend, so you kinda need to be on top of it constantly
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If it's in the budget, switch to 18's for the sake of your suspension, your back, and your sanity. 19's like to bend, so you kinda need to be on top of it constantly
Amen. Iím running OZ Ultraleggera with Mich A/S 3+ Currently. But the factory suspension on the IS is stiff enough to raise concerns when choosing my routes.
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I ran M3 sizes, 245/35 and 265/35 (RE71-R) for most of a year. The front rubbed slightly on a bolt for the IS-specific aux radiator in the driver's (left) wheel well while turning (only noticeable at low speeds), but other than that it was fine. I like the 35 profile in the rear for added sidewall height which has various benefits mentioned above.

I'd have gone 275/30 but the tires I wanted didn't come in that size.
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