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      09-13-2017, 04:30 AM   #45
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[quote=Nice! M-sport and white is a good combination!
How is the stance with the AC Schnitzer springs, is it the same stance front vs. rear?
I think it's hard to see on those pictures...

How many millimeters did the AC Schnitzer springs lower the car? Was the car equipped with M-sport suspension or is that not even an option with xDrive?[/QUOTE]

The AC Schnitzer springs lower the car by 25 milimeters front and back.
The car is equipped with the 2VF ADAPTIV M SUSPENSION.
I have just recently innstalled MPPK and the difference is in my opinion worth every penny, but that is an other story.....
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      04-28-2018, 05:16 PM   #46
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hello, just saw the post, can you upload photos again as the not available for some reason
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      05-19-2018, 04:16 PM   #47
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here are the wheel and tire specs:

20 x 9 +35 front
20 x 10.5 +45 rear

245/35/20 front
285/30/20 rear

I used H&R sport springs to lower the car.

With this setup the wheels sit flush with the fenders both front and rear...no gap!! No rubbing issues at all and no modification was done on the fenders.
Amazing how many people just don't understand you cant go willy nilly with tire and wheel size combo with the xdrive cars like you can with a rwd.

Say goodbye to your powertrain.
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      06-18-2018, 10:46 AM   #48
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Nice - just picked up my alpine 2017 GT. Good inspiration here.
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      06-18-2018, 11:34 AM   #49
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Amazing how many people just don't understand you cant go willy nilly with tire and wheel size combo with the xdrive cars like you can with a rwd.
Say goodbye to your powertrain.
They're the same diameter. Totally impractical, but they won't bother the power train a bit.
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