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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 Mon, Jan-22-2007, 02:50:49 AM   #31
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lets see some track pics ktx
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that looks great! oem "time attacks!"
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those are HOT wheels man
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Two thumbs up wheels look good. Lets see pics on the car. What kind of splitters are you running?
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Two thumbs up wheels look good. Lets see pics on the car. What kind of splitters are you running?
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that looks awesome....i might consider this when i get my 19's and use my 18's for winter wheels
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I dont mean to repeat myself from e46fan but will this setup work for Auto-X? Seems like it would be great to be able to get same size all around and be able to rotate?

Will these OEM18 Rears rub without suspension (ie stock?). What size tire could I run?
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Doesnt the 9J +27 protrude alot outta the front fender?
I actually think this set up increases too much stressed on the wheel bearing coz essentially they are mounted too further from the axle.

Having said that, u hv done a great job. The rims look hot.
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Nice job. Looks good. Something different.
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I dont mean to repeat myself from e46fan but will this setup work for Auto-X? Seems like it would be great to be able to get same size all around and be able to rotate?

Will these OEM18 Rears rub without suspension (ie stock?). What size tire could I run?
This would work quite well for autox setup. You will not rub with 265 for sure and I know 285 works with a little bit of negative camber (mad italian runs 285s on all 4 corners)... I'm 98% sure 275s will work on all 4 corners but I do need to try it still.

I'm actually going to pick up another set at some point (and powdercoat them in some other different way) and run 285 square for autox

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Doesnt the 9J +27 protrude alot outta the front fender?
I actually think this set up increases too much stressed on the wheel bearing coz essentially they are mounted too further from the axle.

Having said that, u hv done a great job. The rims look hot.
They stick out about as much as my OEM 18 front with 12mm spacer (which I need for the brembos) on my snow setup

It certainly will create more stress on the wheel bearing, but no more so than any other wheel that you can run a square setup on.
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