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      11-23-2013, 09:42 AM   #67
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      11-25-2013, 02:35 AM   #68
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Sure, your rear is running 33 offset with 10.5" and 265/30 without rubbing?

As I like the Rays G07FX but the rear is 9.5" 38 offset, I'm so afraid that it will rub, as all the people said I will rub.




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That depends on the tire. I'm not really rubbing with my aggressive offset using the Pirelli's, but moving to another tire might cause rubbing.
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      11-25-2013, 08:50 AM   #69
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Sure, your rear is running 33 offset with 10.5" and 265/30 without rubbing?
It's a 10", and yeah, it's not rubbing. It used to rub on really big dips prior to installing the Bilstein B8's. It no longer does that.
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      11-25-2013, 07:07 PM   #70
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Have you adjust the camber setting or have you lower your car?

It's amazing but it's great to hear that.

As the wheel spec is like this for the one that I want to buy, I want to go for 8.5" for front and 9" for the rear.



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It's a 10", and yeah, it's not rubbing. It used to rub on really big dips prior to installing the Bilstein B8's. It no longer does that.
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Have you adjust the camber setting or have you lower your car?

It's amazing but it's great to hear that.

As the wheel spec is like this for the one that I want to buy, I want to go for 8.5" for front and 9" for the rear.



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It's a 10", and yeah, it's not rubbing. It used to rub on really big dips prior to installing the Bilstein B8's. It no longer does that.
My car is lowered on H&R Sport springs and Bilstein B8 struts/shocks. The rear wheels camber in enough, but I still need an alignment. I'm going to get one soon and dial in a tad more front/rear camber.
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      11-26-2013, 06:41 AM   #72
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I think the front needs a spacer and could probably go down a little more in the front but I am looking at a front lip so still on the fence
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      11-26-2013, 07:56 AM   #73
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My car is lowered on H&R Sport springs and Bilstein B8 struts/shocks. The rear wheels camber in enough, but I still need an alignment. I'm going to get one soon and dial in a tad more front/rear camber.
there arr no front camber adjustment unless u have plates
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My car is lowered on H&R Sport springs and Bilstein B8 struts/shocks. The rear wheels camber in enough, but I still need an alignment. I'm going to get one soon and dial in a tad more front/rear camber.
there arr no front camber adjustment unless u have plates
Ah okay. There went that idea.
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Would bang those Velgen wheels if they were 19's. Just can't daily 20's in upstate NY unless you want to replace one every couple of weeks.
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      12-03-2013, 05:34 PM   #78
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Would bang those Velgen wheels if they were 19's. Just can't daily 20's in upstate NY unless you want to replace one every couple of weeks.
I believe they have the VMB5 in 19x9 and 19x10.5
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      12-07-2013, 02:21 PM   #79
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      12-10-2013, 08:56 AM   #82
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Wheel gap does not constitute stance nor being slammed!

Please post specs including:
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I like how it says "please post stats" detailed stats. For those out here that are trying to figure out what they want to do with their car.











I like how this says "please post stats" detailed stats. Am I missing something here?? Some of use is finding it hard to figure what to buy and do to drop their F30.
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Nothing too drastic on the drop as it is a daily driver and roads are not the best here in Minnesota.
Looks perfect, really wish I knew what springs or whatever suspension your running.
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      12-10-2013, 02:12 PM   #84
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Looks perfect, really wish I knew what springs or whatever suspension your running.
Thanks a lot! I am running H&R Street Performance Coilovers. Since I was going to go with 20s I was nervous about getting just springs at a fixed height. I wanted the ability to adjust it as far down as I could during the winter months and then raise it back up for the winter.

Running 9"/20"/245 ET35 on the front, 10.5"/20"/275 ET 45 on the rears. Running 3 degrees neg camber on the rear. My shop swore anything less than 5 degrees is acceptable and will not notice uneven tire wear. Took the tires off last week and sure enough after 7,000 miles they are wearing perfectly even from outside to in. So they were right. Then again a shop that has certified Ferrari, Lambo and McClaren techs on staff with a Porsche racing team, who was I to challenge them...LOL...

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Yay, a fitment thread, this was my home on my last forum. Lot's of sick looking cars here! I'm going a on the conservative side with the F30 compared to my last car. Here are a few shots.

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Thanks a lot! I am running H&R Street Performance Coilovers. Since I was going to go with 20s I was nervous about getting just springs at a fixed height. I wanted the ability to adjust it as far down as I could during the winter months and then raise it back up for the winter.

Running 9"/20"/245 ET35 on the front, 10.5"/20"/275 ET 45 on the rears. Running 3 degrees neg camber on the rear. My shop swore anything less than 5 degrees is acceptable and will not notice uneven tire wear. Took the tires off last week and sure enough after 7,000 miles they are wearing perfectly even from outside to in. So they were right. Then again a shop that has certified Ferrari, Lambo and McClaren techs on staff with a Porsche racing team, who was I to challenge them...LOL...

I don't blame you a bit, unless you stayed at a holiday inn express that night hahaha. My only problem is I am AWD 2014 diesel so I am worried for some crazy reason AWD 328i stuff won't fit right.
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      12-11-2013, 09:15 AM   #87
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I don't blame you a bit, unless you stayed at a holiday inn express that night hahaha. My only problem is I am AWD 2014 diesel so I am worried for some crazy reason AWD 328i stuff won't fit right.

For AWD the 328 springs still work. If you want coil overs BC racing has them already and they are actually a good price about $900. I am not sure about their ride but I would predict they are pretty stiff since they are linear instead of progressive springs, but there are some guys on here that like them from what I read. I 'heard' by the end of the first quarter of 2014, the others like H&R and KW will have coil overs for AWD as well.
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Not yet slammed but spacers are on.
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