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► APEX | ARC-8 Light Weight Track Wheels



APEX ARC-8 Wheels

We are proud to continue offering our timeless ARC-8 wheel. This new wheel addresses the concerns of more and more racers and track day enthusiasts: long term durability, fitment, and performance. With the increase of faster and heavier cars being used in racing, HPDEs, and spirited driving, the ARC-8 was designed and engineered to handle extreme abuse on track and street, offer a wide range of direct fitments, while still producing a lightweight wheel.

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1. They Fit Everything
The ARC-8's wide range of widths, diameters, offsets and face profiles result in 26 unique BMW fitments ranging from 8.5" to 10.5" wide. Each wheel combines these features to meet the different brake caliper, strut, and fender clearance needs of each BMW model.

2. Factory Support
Like all our APEX wheels, The ARC-8 supports all OEM hardware like OEM Roundel center caps, wheel lugs, valve stems, and TPMS sensors. No centering rings are needed either, as all of our 5x120 BMW wheels use a 72.56mm center bore.

3. Brake Clearance
ARC-8 wheels properly clear all OEM brake calipers. Our wheels are targeted at the serious performance-minded owner. The spokes of the flatter faced ARC-8 were designed to clear big brake kits, making it a better choice for BBK equipped cars. The concave version of the wheel is the best option for cars with factory brake calipers.

4. Concavity
The ARC-8 wheel is available in two unique face profiles. The shallower face provides increased caliper clearance on narrow applications, while the deeper concave face reduces weight and creates a stunningly aggressive appearance on low offset and wide width applications. These two face profiles are available in all 17", 18" and 19" diameters.

Designed for the Performance Enthusiast

Light-weight
Flow-forming allows for a significant reduction in rotational mass by reducing barrel weight. This manufacturing technique allows our wheels to be almost as light as a traditional forged wheel, but without the significant increase in price.

Strength
Track duty requires a wheel that can handle the punishment of high lateral G’s, hitting berms, and every once in a while, a small off track excursion. Spoke and barrel design are a major factor in wheel strength. The flow-forming technique uses high pressure disks/rollers to roll the wheel’s barrel into its final shape. This gives the barrel the same strength properties as a forged wheel, since monoblock wheels go through a similar step to form their barrels. We design our spoke dimensions to help evenly distribute loads from the barrel to the center of the wheel. The lack of a front lip, and spokes directly connecting to the edge of the wheel, also add increased strength to the outer lip of the wheel.

Chassis-Specific Fitments
Stretched rubber, narrow tires, and fender rubbing are not elements to look for in a competitive wheel/tire setup. All of our wheels were designed with offsets that allow for proper fitment of extreme summer, and r-compound tires without the need for spacers or fender rolling. This means keeping the tire under the fender, and away from suspension components. Track oriented wheel widths are also important as they provide proper sidewall support under hard cornering. Too much rubber for a wheel results in excessive sidewall deflection, which translates into sloppy and delayed turning response.

Multiple Fitment Options
Most BMWs come with a staggered setup from the factory. Some choose to keep their car this way, while others like to switch out for an easy-to-rotate, square/neutral setup. This is generally based on driver’s preference and consideration of tire costs. Most BMW chassis benefit from being able to fit both square and staggered setups with relative ease. 9.5” or 10”-wide square setups are great for budget minded enthusiasts who want to extend their tires life by rotating between events, in addition to preferring the feel of a square setup. Square setups are popular on all models for track use due to the significant increase in front grip and turn-in response. Some owners comment that due to the extra power of their cars, a square setup will lean towards oversteer. For those who prefer more rubber in the rear, a staggered setup is the way to go. Wheels up to 10.5" wide are available for rear fitment. These can be combined with 9” or 9.5” fronts for a bolt-on spacer-free staggered setup.

Open-Hub Center
Race wheels can't just be light, they need to function in a high performance environment. Unlike the narrow lug recesses of most other wheels, the ARC-8 wheel boasts a completely wide-open design that easily fits over-sized race lugs and beefy impact sockets. This allows for quick and easy wheel changes at the track, and as a bonus prevents chips and scratches from tools for those just running these wheels on the street.


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1. FEA Optimization
Various design features were implemented to ensure that the ARC-8 wheel design was as light and durable as possible. We began with a strong one-piece design featuring an open hub center and reliefs in the mounting pad to remove weight between lug holes. The design was then run through Finite Element Analysis (FEA) to further optimize the spoke and barrel design. The result is a light weight wheel with extra strength in all the right places, while keeping weight to a minimum.

2. Always Flow Formed
All APEX wheels feature Flow-Formed construction tha utilizes rotary forging to produce a strong and lightweight barrel. The ARC-8 is no exception.

3. True JWL & VIA Certification
Strength needs to be certified. Our wheels were not simply FEA tested in a computer simulation, or in-house tested to an unregulated standard. We conduct real-world crush-testing and all of our wheels conform to Japan’s JWL standard, as well as being 3rd-party tested by the VIA. All of our wheels carry a 690KG load rating.


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Note: Not all sizes are available in all finishes.

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Shown above: E46 M3 with 18x9.5 ET35 and 18x10.5 ET27 with 245/40/18 and 275/35/18 tires.


Shown above: E90 M3 with 17x10 ET25 with 275/40/17 tires all around.


Shown above: E92 M3 with 18x10.5 ET27 with 285/30/18 tires all around.

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Popular street and track tires are now available when you order APEX wheels. Add tires with your wheel order and get free tire mounting and balancing by our trusted enthusiast technicians. We use high-end, touchless equipment and inspect every wheel and tire combo thoroughly before they leave our warehouse. With our competitive tire pricing bundled with the savings of free mounting and balancing and convenience, it’s the ultimate wheel & tire package.

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Have these wheels been tested to fit over the m performance brakes? Specifically the 18x8.5" ET35?
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Have these wheels been tested to fit over the m performance brakes? Specifically the 18x8.5" ET35?
Yes, the ARC-8 18x8.5" ET38 wheel will in clear the M performance brakes

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We would just like to take a second to thank everyone who has ordered from us today; we will be shipping your orders out shortly.
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This F30 is one of opur favorites!

APEX Wheels: ARC-8 18x8.5 ET38 square
Tires: 235/40-18 Bridgestone RE-71R
Spacers: F: 12mm R: 18mm
* Note the spacer are not required, however this customer wanted an aggressive look and had some negative camber dialed in



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Do those two cars have the same setups? What's the ideal 18" square setup with the ARC-8 and a lowered car?
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Do those two cars have the same setups? What's the ideal 18" square setup with the ARC-8 and a lowered car?
Both of those cars are running our 18x8.5" ET38 with 235/40/18 tires. This is a direct fit and will work great on a lowered car!

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What would it take to run 18x9.5 all around? Different offsets? Also would like to run wide tires as well. I have a 335i M Sport with the M Sport brakes.
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What would it take to run 18x9.5 all around? Different offsets? Also would like to run wide tires as well. I have a 335i M Sport with the M Sport brakes.
The F30 chassis does not lend itself to aggressive wheel/tire fitments, so the 18x9.5" square fitment would be quite difficult. Do you have adjustable camber plates up front? Also, what are you tire goals (brand & size)?

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What would it take to run 18x9.5 all around? Different offsets? Also would like to run wide tires as well. I have a 335i M Sport with the M Sport brakes.
The F30 chassis does not lend itself to aggressive wheel/tire fitments, so the 18x9.5" square fitment would be quite difficult. Do you have adjustable camber plates up front? Also, what are you tire goals (brand & size)?

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I do not have camber plates. Right now I'm on stock suspension but do plan on getting coils for the car. I currently have 19x 8.5/9.5 wheels now F/R with 245/275 tires. I would like to run 275 all around if possible with the 9.5s but I'm assuming I'd have to run staggered setup. I am trying to downsize to 18s for lighter wheels as well as more rim protection.

I'd like to run the 9.5 all around to have that deep concave look. But if staggered is the way to go then would 9/9.5 F/R work? I will most likely run continental DW tires as that's what I have now. They seem to be a good budget tire for daily use. I know the PSS would be ideal but for the money I thought the DW were enough for me. Thanks for any help!
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I do not have camber plates. Right now I'm on stock suspension but do plan on getting coils for the car. I currently have 19x 8.5/9.5 wheels now F/R with 245/275 tires. I would like to run 275 all around if possible with the 9.5s but I'm assuming I'd have to run staggered setup. I am trying to downsize to 18s for lighter wheels as well as more rim protection.

I'd like to run the 9.5 all around to have that deep concave look. But if staggered is the way to go then would 9/9.5 F/R work? I will most likely run continental DW tires as that's what I have now. They seem to be a good budget tire for daily use. I know the PSS would be ideal but for the money I thought the DW were enough for me. Thanks for any help!
Appreciate the background info. 275 square does not make a lot of sense on this chassis, nor is it easy to accomplish without a track/race oriented alignment. For a purpose built track / race car, you are already dialing in some serious negative camber (lets say -3.5 degrees or so), and this helps tremendously with wheel/tire clearance to the front fenders. Track / race cars are built with one thing in mind - performance. Aggresive camber settings like this would not be ideal for street use, nor would it be warranted.

Since this is a street car, and based on the tires you mention I would guess it will not see any serious track time, I would recommend running a staggered fitment that is a bit more street friendly. By decreasing the wheel diameter from your current 19" wheels, you will significantly reduce rotating mass, as well as increase comfort and wheel protection due to the larger tire sidewalls. 245's or 255's are certainly doable up front with the right wheel specifications and alignment settings, but that is about as much tire as one would need under the front fenders for a street car. Thechange from 19's to light weight 18's and better tires will have a dramatic affect on how the car handles, feels and performs overall.

Furthermore, you do not need to run a 9.5" wheel to achieve the deep concave look. Our ARC-8 18x9" ET30 application has a profile 3 concave face, just like the 9.5" wheel.

What are your current wheel offsets?

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Appreciate the background info. 275 square does not make a lot of sense on this chassis, nor is it easy to accomplish without a track/race oriented alignment. For a purpose built track / race car, you are already dialing in some serious negative camber (lets say -3.5 degrees or so), and this helps tremendously with wheel/tire clearance to the front fenders. Track / race cars are built with one thing in mind - performance. Aggresive camber settings like this would not be ideal for street use, nor would it be warranted.

Since this is a street car, and based on the tires you mention I would guess it will not see any serious track time, I would recommend running a staggered fitment that is a bit more street friendly. By decreasing the wheel diameter from your current 19" wheels, you will significantly reduce rotating mass, as well as increase comfort and wheel protection due to the larger tire sidewalls. 245's or 255's are certainly doable up front with the right wheel specifications and alignment settings, but that is about as much tire as one would need under the front fenders for a street car. Thechange from 19's to light weight 18's and better tires will have a dramatic affect on how the car handles, feels and performs overall.

Furthermore, you do not need to run a 9.5" wheel to achieve the deep concave look. Our ARC-8 18x9" ET30 application has a profile 3 concave face, just like the 9.5" wheel.

What are your current wheel offsets?

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My current wheel specs are listed:

Continental Extreme Contact DW Summer tires
19x8.5 et35 245/35-19
19x9.5 et43 275/30-19

After researching and thinking about it, you are right and it is probably not wise to run 275 all around on my car. It is my daily driver and I have another car that I use for the track anyways. I guess I just wanted a more aggressive look out of my daily and also be able to drive it hard if needed. I do like going on spirited drives around the mountains be me.

I am most likely looking at doing an 8.5/9.5 setup with 245/275 size tires again like I am running now. Maybe even go 255/275? Like you said, I am looking to downsize to get that extra rim protection but I would also like to keep the tire widths I have for handling purposes. Also, I don't want to stretch tires.

You're saying I can achieve the deep concave look from a 9" wheel as well so you think I can do 8.5/9 F/R? Or do you mean to say I should do 9" all around with maybe 255's all around? Ideally I would like to keep the 275's in the back because it just looks good from behind haha and if the only way to do that is with the 8.5/9.54 F/R then I am okay with that.

Again thank you for your help!

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My current wheel specs are listed:

Continental Extreme Contact DW Summer tires
19x8.5 et35 245/35-19
19x9.5 et43 275/30-19

After researching and thinking about it, you are right and it is probably not wise to run 275 all around on my car. It is my daily driver and I have another car that I use for the track anyways. I guess I just wanted a more aggressive look out of my daily and also be able to drive it hard if needed. I do like going on spirited drives around the mountains be me.

I am most likely looking at doing an 8.5/9.5 setup with 245/275 size tires again like I am running now. Maybe even go 255/275? Like you said, I am looking to downsize to get that extra rim protection but I would also like to keep the tire widths I have for handling purposes. Also, I don't want to stretch tires.

You're saying I can achieve the deep concave look from a 9" wheel as well so you think I can do 8.5/9 F/R? Or do you mean to say I should do 9" all around with maybe 255's all around? Ideally I would like to keep the 275's in the back because it just looks good from behind haha and if the only way to do that is with the 8.5/9.54 F/R then I am okay with that.

Again thank you for your help!

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Copy that. 245/275 is plenty of tire on this chassis, and would supply you with ample grip for mountain / canyon runs assuming you purchase good tires . The ARC-8 design does not come in the ideal specifications/offset for the rear of this car like our EC-7 design does. The EC-7 comes in an 18x9.5" ET43 (just like your current rear wheels), whereas the ARC-8 only comes in an 18x9.5" ET35. The lower offset of the ARC-8 would cause significant rubbing in the rear of your F30 with 275's. I would suggest going with the EC-7's, and running one of the following fitments:

Option 1:
EC-7 18x9" ET42 profile 1 face - 245/40-18 or 255/35-18
EC-7 18x9.5" ET43 profile 2 face - 275/35-18

^ Up front 245's are a direct fit, however 255's would require negative camber to clear the fenders and possibly some small spacers to clear the struts

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Option 2:
EC-7 18x9" ET31 profile 2 face - 245/40-18
EC-7 18x9.5" ET43 profile 2 face - 275/35-18

^ This front wheel is more aggressive then the front wheel in option 1, and will require negative camber to fit without rubbing the front fenders.

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Question: what size would you recommend for a combination of the best lap times and fun to drive? I despise the current understeer. This will stay a street car with street tires that sees a few road course and auto cross events per year. Would +20 in the front and +10 in the rear do it (245 front and 265 rear) alone? Or would I need alignment adjustments as well to balance the car (reduce understeer) and if so would it be mild enough to not wear the tires out too fast on the street? I don't mind sacrificing a little wear life if I can minimize tire size but I wouldn't want any excessive wear.

18x9" ET30 and 18x9.5" ET22 for 245 front and 265 rear? looks like the stock front wheels are 22.5 lbs and the rears are 24.5 so the weight savings would be about -20 pounds or a 20% reduction. Not bad! Is this the size you would recommend?

How does it compare to the EC-7s in weight?

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Question: what size would you recommend for a combination of the best lap times and fun to drive? I despise the current understeer. This will stay a street car with street tires that sees a few road course and auto cross events per year. Would +20 in the front and +10 in the rear do it (245 front and 265 rear) alone? Or would I need alignment adjustments as well to balance the car (reduce understeer) and if so would it be mild enough to not wear the tires out too fast on the street? I don't mind sacrificing a little wear life if I can minimize tire size but I wouldn't want any excessive wear.

18x9" ET30 and 18x9.5" ET22 for 245 front and 265 rear? looks like the stock front wheels are 22.5 lbs and the rears are 24.5 so the weight savings would be about -20 pounds or a 20% reduction. Not bad! Is this the size you would recommend?

How does it compare to the EC-7s in weight?
Happy to assist with your questions, however before I dive into things I have a couple questions for you to ensure I supply you with the most accurate response/recommendation.

Are you currently running stock suspension?

Do you have adjustable camber plates?

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Concave ARC-8s and APEX wheel studs are a perfect combination.

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Low clearance? No problem.

These 18" Satin Black ARC-8s slide right over massive StopTech brakes.

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