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      09-10-2012, 03:32 PM   #23
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How much does those breaks cost?
More so any idea if we can use 19 inch eom m3 220 style rims?
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      09-11-2012, 04:27 AM   #25
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wow man looks just great! the way it SHOULDA come from the factory.

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      09-11-2012, 09:19 AM   #26
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How much does those breaks cost?
More so any idea if we can use 19 inch eom m3 220 style rims?
The brake kit is $2300 + the rear rotors ($400)

the style 220's offsets are to agressive to fit the F30
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      09-12-2012, 11:00 AM   #27
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Damn that looks good Scott! That fitment is perfect!
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      05-21-2013, 03:01 AM   #28
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Up for old thread!! I wonder of how's weight for these new set of wheels and tires are? I've searched for many times but get zero information/data of weight to compare with my current 328i/18'' set.

I'm going to follow this 373M wheels/tires set when they look to great but still worry about significantly unsprung weight difference effect, maybe 15-20 lbs/each wheel+tire, totally about 60-80 lbs/all and that is too much, right?

any ideas??

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      05-21-2013, 05:26 AM   #29
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Those wheels look awesome on the F30
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      05-28-2013, 02:03 AM   #30
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Scott, 245/35 R20 gave u no problem at all? I got M adaptive, no extra drop, will it rub if I put that size tire on? did you really have no issues at all? Pinky swear?
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No clearance issues at all, as for the weight difference they are maybe a couple pounds heavier but nothing too extreme...I doubt you would notice any difference
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No clearance issues at all, as for the weight difference they are maybe a couple pounds heavier but nothing too extreme...I doubt you would notice any difference
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No clearance issues at all, as for the weight difference they are maybe a couple pounds heavier but nothing too extreme...I doubt you would notice any difference
whenever you change your wheels, let me know!
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I nice set just sold on ebay today... I lost by $100...

OEM with Dunlop runflats, only 1,500 miles on them.
They went for like $1800, fucking steal.
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      07-09-2013, 10:56 PM   #35
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So I had a set of these laying around and decided to test fit them to help me decide specs for my future wheel configuration. I'm lowered on HR sport so I was curious to see the outcome.

We already knew that F10/F12 wheels bolt right up to the F30 thanks to Fotios335i (http://www.f30post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=709645) however the TMPS sensors in the F30 are unique, so if your looking to go this direction they need to be changed (either remove your existing sensors or purchase four 36-10-6-798-872 & 36-14-6-792-829)...or live with the TPMS warning

Front set up pretty much dead flush while the rear still has some room. no rubbing.

Wheels/Tire specs:
Style 373M (found on the 650i Msport)
Front: 245/35 R20x8.5 ET33
Rear: 275/30 R20x9 ET44

how much wider do you think you can go with that rear setup? 285/30?
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Scott, What your opinion with the H&R Sport Springs? I want to add them to my daughter's F30 but I don't want her to hassle with all those dips and angles to get over driveways.

She currently has 18" OEM 398 wheels. Does it make the car really low?
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Scott, What your opinion with the H&R Sport Springs? I want to add them to my daughter's F30 but I don't want her to hassle with all those dips and angles to get over driveways.

She currently has 18" OEM 398 wheels. Does it make the car really low?
Nope, yet to scrape my car on anything.
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Any shots from the back? I didn't think 275's would fit.
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Any shots from the back? I didn't think 275's would fit.
Fit perfect.

Before lowering:

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I only had these for maybe a month, currently I'm running some style 316 off a F07
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Scott, What your opinion with the H&R Sport Springs? I want to add them to my daughter's F30 but I don't want her to hassle with all those dips and angles to get over driveways.

She currently has 18" OEM 398 wheels. Does it make the car really low?
I have to be a bit more careful of clearance since I have the Mperformance front lip but overall its not to bad
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I only had these for maybe a month, currently I'm running some style 316 off a F07
Wow, OEM style 316 rear wheel is 10'' wide with ET41 still be okay on F30?

Anyone here know what weights of the 373M wheel are?
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Fit perfect.

Before lowering:

Looks great! I have an xDrive though. I have heard square is the way to go. Any idea if I stagger mine if it will create issues? The service guys at BMW said it should be good but they were trying to sell my the summer 20" package. I'd rather not use run flats. Thanks.
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