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      04-10-2019, 12:08 PM   #1
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It rubs in the back on big bumps. So have to go -1 on camber angle. ( any other suggestions ?)

Headlights seems like it's on high beam now. ( is it manual adjustment or does someone have to do it electronically?)

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Is your car lowered or still has OEM suspension? Spacers?
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if you ran a 265/35/19 instead, it would not rub because it is shorter, 26.3" (compared to 26.6") for 0.15" more gap and 10mm narrower putting the shoulder 5mm further tucked. it would not require additional negative camber.

i suspect you're not interested in changing the rear tire size, though.
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Is your car lowered or still has OEM suspension? Spacers?
H&R sport springs
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      04-10-2019, 03:34 PM   #5
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You can adjust the headlights manually there is a plastic torx screw (T30 I believe) on top of each of the headlights. There's a hole in the metal to insert a screwdriver at an angle to turn the screw.
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if you ran a 265/35/19 instead, it would not rub because it is shorter, 26.3" (compared to 26.6") for 0.15" more gap and 10mm narrower putting the shoulder 5mm further tucked. it would not require additional negative camber.

i suspect you're not interested in changing the rear tire size, though.
+ 1 on the 265/35/19 tyres on the back. I current have HR springs and 437m wheels and it does not rub with 265/35/19.

I can't really tell you what HR springs i have as i just recently purchased the car that way.Lol I have around 1 finger space from the wheel to arches. (Newbie to all this)
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Like others stated you need 265/35/19 for the rear. They look pretty clunky with OEM M4/M3 tire sizes - really too big and poke/rub with our platform. OEM M2 sizes are the safest bet (265/35 & 245/35) which I am running with my 437M's. I am also lowered on H&R Sports - wheels look very aggressive with no rubbing. You should be able to sell the current tires to recoup a piece of the new tire cost. Listen to alohasurftoad, he's the guru on this subject.
It's worth the investment if you plan on keeping them on for years to come and want them to look/perform as good as possible.
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if you ran a 265/35/19 instead, it would not rub because it is shorter, 26.3" (compared to 26.6") for 0.15" more gap and 10mm narrower putting the shoulder 5mm further tucked. it would not require additional negative camber.

i suspect you're not interested in changing the rear tire size, though.
Too late for tire size.
But next ones for sure I'll go with 265.

But that thiccccc look though 😍😍😍
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Alignment results

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Passenger -1.7
Driver -1.5

After alignment
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Does your car still rub I love that look so much
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if you ran a 265/35/19 instead, it would not rub because it is shorter, 26.3" (compared to 26.6") for 0.15" more gap and 10mm narrower putting the shoulder 5mm further tucked. it would not require additional negative camber.

i suspect you're not interested in changing the rear tire size, though.
Once the car is lowered from M-sport suspension by only 10mm... will the front poke that happens on stock M-sport be present?

Basically-> How much lowering is required in the fronts to get rid of the poke.

thanks!
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Nice wide stance!
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Does your car still rub I love that look so much
Yes. It still does. But bare minimum. It barely touch the tire wall. Yes it does bug me. But at Kesar the tire is not being damaged
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