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E46 M3 (2001-2006) Engine: S54 - Max Hp: 333 hp at 7,900 rpm / 262 lb/ft at 4,900 rpm
Total Produced: 45,000+ - Years Produced: 2001 to 2006.


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Old Thu, Apr-27-2006, 02:03:30 PM   #1
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Hey guys, Im looking into spacers for my 05 zcp m3.

Now i know daytona violet( sick car) has pss9's 10mm all around.
and freb B's car (sick car)(god rest his soul) has h&r coils 12mm front and 10mm rear.

now I have pss9's and zcp wheels but not oem csl wheels. so they r only 8.0 in the fron instead of 8.5

now could i do a 15mm spacer in the front and 10mm in the back? to achieve the look? that fred b had accomplished. or should i go with 12mm and 10mm

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bump anyone? out there
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to achieve the look, 15 and 10 sounds ok, but I think being consistent in size for front and rear is best for performance...
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thanks Kendrink! anyone else?
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I'm running 15mm front and 10mm rear on my ZCPs.

My rears rub because I'm running 285s. The turn in is sharper with the 15mm fronts.
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i'm running pss9s with zcp (245/275 t1rs), 12mm RE spacers all round.

the rears look perfect, the fronts are good but could stand to come out just a bit more. may move to 15mm fronts eventually.
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with ZCP wheels (8.0" fronts) you'll be fine with 15mm fronts and 10mm rears if your lowered and you should have no problems.

but if your stock height like gonet, 12mm rears will work.. but if you lower it 12mm rears may rub. they did with my wheels and tires (275/30/19 toyo t1-s)
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i have also heard about rubbing issues with a drop and 12mm spacers in the rear, but after the pss9s i was still ok (my sig photo was before the drop). i have t1rs which have more of a rounded edge, maybe that helps.

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i have also heard about rubbing issues with a drop and 12mm spacers in the rear, but after the pss9s i was still ok (my sig photo was before the drop). i have t1rs which have more of a rounded edge, maybe that helps.

i've attached a couple of pics i just snapped this morning
damn your car looks good george!!!! i think i may have to look for some zcp wheels!
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