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Old Tue, Aug-08-2017, 12:52:41 AM   #41
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Default Re: Titan7 - Fully Forged T-R10/TS5 Track/Street-Ready Wheels - Clears BBK!

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This isn't the E90 subforum tho - maybe post pics of them on an E46? Are there other widths and offsets for the E46? Look like sweet wheels!
Agree these are e92 fitment only in my book. Love the look of the ts5 though. I'd buy them if they were something like 18.0" x 8.5", ET33 / 18.0" x 9.5", ET20
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Agree these are e92 fitment only in my book. Love the look of the ts5 though. I'd buy them if they were something like 18.0" x 8.5", ET33 / 18.0" x 9.5", ET20
Post 27 and 36 of this thread show E46 M3 fitment.
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Default Re: Titan7 - Fully Forged T-R10/TS5 Track/Street-Ready Wheels - Clears BBK!

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Post 27 and 36 of this thread show E46 M3 fitment.
Hey Tom, could you explain the fitment a bit more? From the posted offsets it looks like the fronts are almost equivalent to having a 20mm-25mm spacer with OEM, no? For anyone running more than 225s, I don't see how that would fit... Then, the rears are pretty much stock offset, and so to keep the track width front to rear around OEM, you'd have to run at least a 10 to 15mm spacer in the rear. Am I missing something here? It certainly doesn't seem like these are going to fit without some work...
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^yea post 27 and 36 showed me that these don't fit the E46 well. They stick out beyond the wheel well and would require tons of camber to not rub. They were clearly designed for the e92 and they fit it very well
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Hey Tom, could you explain the fitment a bit more? From the posted offsets it looks like the fronts are almost equivalent to having a 20mm-25mm spacer with OEM, no? For anyone running more than 225s, I don't see how that would fit... Then, the rears are pretty much stock offset, and so to keep the track width front to rear around OEM, you'd have to run at least a 10 to 15mm spacer in the rear. Am I missing something here? It certainly doesn't seem like these are going to fit without some work...
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^yea post 27 and 36 showed me that these don't fit the E46 well. They stick out beyond the wheel well and would require tons of camber to not rub. They were clearly designed for the e92 and they fit it very well
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- 18.0" x 9.5", ET22, 18.5lbs
- 18.0" x 10.5", ET25, 18.9lbs
Those are the sizes they are available in (as shown in first posts of this thread). These are very common sizes for E46 M3s. Yes, they're aggressive, but they can easily fit without rubbing with the right alignment specs. There are TONS of people running with these same specs. These wheels are designed for track use, and you won't have much fun tracking your car with less than 2.5* front camber which is about the minimum you'd need to fully clear these wheels in the front. I'm running both 9.5 +22 and 10 +25 setups, square, with no fitment issues. I run between 3.0-3.8* front camber and 2.0-2.5* rear camber.

I've been really considering these T-R10s, they look badass! Wish there was a silver option but the titanium is growing on me. 18x10.5 +25 square will be awesome for the track, perfect for 275/35 or 285/30 square setups.
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Hey Tom, could you explain the fitment a bit more? From the posted offsets it looks like the fronts are almost equivalent to having a 20mm-25mm spacer with OEM, no? For anyone running more than 225s, I don't see how that would fit... Then, the rears are pretty much stock offset, and so to keep the track width front to rear around OEM, you'd have to run at least a 10 to 15mm spacer in the rear. Am I missing something here? It certainly doesn't seem like these are going to fit without some work...
NO spacers are needed, recommended tire setups for a staggered setup are 245/275 depending on tire brand.

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Those are the sizes they are available in (as shown in first posts of this thread). These are very common sizes for E46 M3s. Yes, they're aggressive, but they can easily fit without rubbing with the right alignment specs. There are TONS of people running with these same specs. These wheels are designed for track use, and you won't have much fun tracking your car with less than 2.5* front camber which is about the minimum you'd need to fully clear these wheels in the front. I'm running both 9.5 +22 and 10 +25 setups, square, with no fitment issues. I run between 3.0-3.8* front camber and 2.0-2.5* rear camber.

I've been really considering these T-R10s, they look badass! Wish there was a silver option but the titanium is growing on me. 18x10.5 +25 square will be awesome for the track, perfect for 275/35 or 285/30 square setups.
The Titanium finish is awesome in person, you won't be disappointed.
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Default Re: Titan7 - Fully Forged T-R10/TS5 Track/Street-Ready Wheels - Clears BBK!

Quick shot of Titan7 T-S5 with optional wheel caps on in-house install.

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Default Re: Titan7 - Fully Forged T-R10/TS5 Track/Street-Ready Wheels - Clears BBK!

Another set of Forged Titan7s hit the streets, along with a new Brembo GT-R BBK!

E92 M3 w/ Titan7 T-S5

F: 18.0" x 9.5", Nitto NT05 265/35-18
R: 18.0" x 10.5", Nitto NT05 285/35-18

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Changing up the shop M3 a bit, loving these new forged wheels!

E90 M3 w/ Titan7 T-R10

- AP Racing 7100/7150 BBK
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F: 18.0" x 9.5", Nitto NT555 265/35-18
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Default Re: Titan7 - Fully Forged T-R10/TS5 Track/Street-Ready Wheels - Clears BBK!

Another set of T-S5s rolling out, looks right at home on this Z4M.

Z4M w/ Titan7 T-S5

F: 18.0" x 9.5", Hankook Ventus V12 - 245/35ZR18
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